Silver as an investment

Monthly Archives: March 2012

ZeroHedge: The Muppets Are Confused How Goldman Is Both Bullish And Bearish On Stocks At The Same Time

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Ten days ago, Goldman’s Peter Oppenheimer published the “Long Good Buy, The Case For Equities“, a big research piece, full of pretty charts and witty bullets, which actively urged the rotation out of bonds and into stocks, yet not only […]

ZeroHedge: The Spanish Riotcam Has Arrived

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Spain’s honeymoon with its new government is over. Following months of hope that Spain will somehow tiptoe around the sensitive topic of austerity, despite promises of such and slow leaking of bond yields wider, yesterday the government promised to generate […]

endlessmountain: Fibonacci & Mayan Calendar Math Rant!

YES RANT! Letting a few frustrations out here without yelling

ZeroHedge: Housing Crisis: Do You Know the Difference Between a Lien State and a Title State?

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. “On February 9, 2012, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced an historic $18 billion settlement with banks to bring relief to hundreds of thousands of home owners… “ Below is a link to an excerpt from the AEI event last […]

ZeroHedge: Until This is Fixed… There Will Be No Recovery

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food.   A few weeks ago I penned a series of articles relating to the “cancerous” policies of the Federal Reserve and how said policies are killing the basic principles of Democratic Capitalism.   Of those basic principles, one stands out […]

ZeroHedge: Chris Martenson Interviews Charles Biderman: The Problem With Rigged Markets

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Chris Martenson Charles Biderman: The Problem With Rigged Markets “Even Wile E. Coyote had to come back down to earth sooner or later”, says Charles Biderman, founder of TrimTabs Investment Research. In his opinion, the prices of stocks and […]

ZeroHedge: Bernanke – ‘The Fed never makes mistakes’

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Everyone makes mistakes. The best thing one can do is face up to the facts and acknowledge the error; fix the problem to the extent possible and do what is necessary to avoid repeating the mistake. Ben Bernanke's inability to […]

Jim Rogers: Slowdowns And Recessions Are Cyclical

In America, we’ve had an economic slowdown, or recession, every 4 to 6 years since the beginning of the Republic. So you can do the addition, by 2013 or 2014 we’re going to have another . . . we’re overdue for another recession. – in ETF Daily Ne…

ZeroHedge: Massive $17 Trillion Hole Found In Obamacare

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Two years ago, when introducing then promptly enacting Obamacare, the president stated that healthcare law reform would not cost a penny over $1 trillion ($900 billion to be precise), and that it would not add ‘one dime’ to the debt. […]

Charles Biderman: The Problem with Rigged Markets

"Even Wile E. Coyote had to come back down to earth sooner or later", says Charles Biderman, founder of TrimTabs Investment Research. In his opinion, the prices of stocks and bonds – enabled by excessive financialization of our economy and central bank money printing – have been defying gravity for a dangerously long time.

If we continue to do all we can to preserve the status quo — to maintain "phoney" asset price levels as Charles calls them — at best we will restrict overall growth and handicap the economy.

The problem isn’t so much the unfairness and malinvestment evident in a rigged market. As Charles shrewdly asks: what happens when the market becomes un-rigged?

We’ve never experienced the unwinding of an entirely manipulated financial system, so we can’t predict for sure. But at this point, a painful collapse of our markets and loss of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency seem entirely plausible.