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Why Most Investors Will Miss Out On The Upside Silver Breakout... And Impulse Leg Moonshots: Part II
Lest you persist in believing that gold is destined to remain in stupor, consider that underplaying the tectonic drivers pressuring its sooner-rather-than later upside breakout; or much worse, wait until it actually happens (!) you will need to Act.
Precious metals markets enter summer trading with investors looking for signs of a directional move.
Gold-Backed Scholarship Returns For Seventh Year; Blue-Ribbon Judges Panel Announced
Charlotte, North Carolina (June 7, 2022) – For the seventh straight year, a national precious-metals dealer has teamed up with a sound money policy group to help students pay for the ever-increasing costs of college.
Bullion Investing Gains Momentum, But It’s Not Mainstream
The wave of investors buying physical gold and silver over the past two years has certainly impacted the markets.
Tennessee Governor Signs Full Repeal Of Sales Taxes On Gold And Silver
With Governor Bill Lee’s signature on Friday, Tennessee has officially become the 42nd state in the U.S. to remove sales taxes from constitutional sound money (i.e., gold and silver)
Global Financial Elite In Davos Lust For New Powers
As global elites met in Davos this week to discuss their latest plans for a Great Reset, ordinary investors are hoping for a great rebound in their portfolios.
Globalists Convene To Plan Central Bank Digital Currencies
Central bankers and bureaucrats are seizing on recent turmoil in cryptocurrency markets to push aggressively for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).
The War On Gold Ensures The Dollar’s Downfall
Last month was the 89th anniversary of one of America’s biggest blunders on her descent from honest, sound money into weaponized political money: Executive Order 6102.
Markets Move Wildly On Rate Hike, Recession Fears
The strange phenomenon of a rising Dollar Index continued to exert downside pressure on precious metals markets this week.
Why Most Investors Will Miss Out On The Coming Upside Silver Breakout - Part 1
As silver makes an upside breakout on good volume above $30 initially confirmed by several closes above that price (an occurrence I believe will take place this year) the number of investors (as opposed to speculators) will begin to shrink
Troubling Inflation Reports Send Political Shockwaves
Another set of troubling inflation reports are generating political shockwaves and roiling financial markets.
Alabama Passes Sound Money Law, Expands Sales Tax Exemption Involving Gold And Silver
(Montgomery, Alabama - April 14, 2022) – With Governor Kay Ivey’s signature on sound money legislation today, Alabama has become the second state this year to expand its sales tax exemption involving gold and silver.
A Paradigm Shift In Global Finance, Gold, Silver, Uranium, And Grains Is Now Underway
The biggest financial paradigm shift in our lives is underway, and there's no turning back. No one knows exactly what it's going to look like going forward nor how we'll be able to get there.
Why Silver Is An "Oak-Solid" Investment
Imagine what an oak tree's underground root ball looks like, with supportive tendrils spreading out in all directions, not unlike what the limbs of this magnificent specimen are doing above-ground.
Idaho House Vote For Potential Gold And Silver Allocation To Hedge State Funds
Boise, Idaho (February 17, 2022) -- The Idaho State House today overwhelmingly approved a bill which enables the State Treasurer to protect state reserve funds from inflation and financial risk by holding physical gold and silver.
America’s First Experiment With Paper (Fiat) Money
In 1690, Massachusetts Bay Colony embarked upon a short-lived experiment in unbacked paper money. It did not go well.
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