Silver as an investment

Category Archives: Monetary System

Was Coinbase’s Bitcoin Cash Rollout A Designed Hit?

zerohedge.com / by Tom Luongo / Dec 25, 2017 1:55 PM There’s an excellent article over on Breitbart that looks at the details of Coinbase’s surprise roll-out of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as a trading vehicle on their in-house exchange GDAX. It details the whole sordid mess and I would recommend anyone interested in the topic to read it for […]

Is Bitcoin The Answer?

Authored by Paul Tustain via BullionVault.com, Governments have abused and distorted our money. How about a 'Bitcoin standard'…? THIS is a subsection of a book that's coming later. It seemed worth publishing now,  writes Paul Tustain, founder and chairman of BullionVault and co-founder of WhiskyInvestDirect. What is money? Strangely, for something with which we are all so familiar, […]

Endgame On?

news.goldseek.com / By Andy Sutton / Graham Mehl / Sunday, 14 May 2017 My Two Cents By Andy Sutton / Graham Mehl For many years now, thousands of bloggers, writers, and such have chronicled the debacle that is the US Economy. It is a joke. That fact has been well-established. We can liken it to a cancer. […]

Fast Money: The Egyptian Economy, Monetary System, and Horrendous Taxes

lewrockwell.com / By Natalia Klimczak  via Ancient Origins / December 17, 2016 The ancient Egyptians created a sophisticated economic system thousands of years ago. Although they may seem far removed from modern life, their inventions in the monetary realm provided the basis for many economic practices still in use today. If you think your taxes are bad, take […]

Silver Price Forecast: The Alignment Of The Dow, Interest Rates, Debt and Silver Cycles Will Deliver A Fatal Blow

hubertmoolman.wordpress.com / June 15, 2016 Silver Price Forecast: The Alignment Of The Dow, Interest Rates, Debt and Silver Cycles Will Deliver A Fatal Blow Since the inception of the debt-based monetary system (with its fractional-reserve banking), the banks have been playing a nasty game of Russian roulette. The only reason that the system has not […]

The Global Monetary System Has Devalued 47% Over The Last 10 Years

zerohedge.com / by Paul Brodsky / 05/25/2016 02:00 We have argued the inevitability of Fed-administered hyperinflation, prompted by a global slowdown and its negative impact on the ability to service and repay systemic debt. One of the most politically expedient avenues policy makers could take would be to inflate the debt away in real terms through coordinated […]

Silver Price Forecast 2016: The Rise Of The Silver Price Will Be Quick And Sudden

hubertmoolman.wordpress.com / MARCH 8, 2016 Silver Price Forecast 2016: The Rise Of The Silver Price Will Be Quick And Sudden The rise of silver and the collapse of the monetary system is inescapably linked, since the monetary system is built upon the suppression of silver. Collapse by definition suggests: to break or fall suddenly. This is […]

Revaluation of Gold Coming – Gold Price To $22,000 Per Ounce?

goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / January 26, 2016 Hugo Salinas Price,  Mexican business magnate, investor, and philanthropist and the president of the Mexican Civic Association for Silver, writes today that gold will soon return to its traditional role in the international monetary system. The current melt-down of the world’s debt bubble is likely to continue in the […]

BREAKING: SILVER BECOMING SCARCE WORLDWIDE FOR PURCHASE

dollarvigilante.com / JEFF BERWICK / SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 At some point in the next few years it will become hard or impossible to buy silver or gold in exchange for fiat currencies. We aren’t at the “impossible” stage yet but there are signs around the world that silver is becoming difficult to buy and if you can […]

Putin Targets US Monetary System: “Aims to Eliminate the US Dollar and the Euro From Trade”

shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / September 1st, 2015 Last year Russia began unloading massive amounts of their US dollar reserves. In the month of December 2014 alone Putin sold some 20% of the country’s U.S. Treasurys, a move that further increased tensions surrounding what can only be described as economic warfare between East and West. Then, as if part of […]