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GOLD Surge Signals COLLAPSE at Hand?

CORRECTION: Silver up 83 cents not 83 Dollars. Stocks down over 270 points and Merkel comes up with gold confiscation plan for the weaker Euro states. This and more covered in this new video. Thanks for watching and subscribe for daily updates.

Silver Chart Update 06.01.2012

Silver Update

Dr. Gloom mellows but Dr. Doom does not / By Howard Gold / June 1, 2012 NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — They are this era’s Dr. Doom and Dr. Gloom, two Cassandras who warned long ago about the housing bust, financial crash and debt explosion that almost wrecked global markets. Marc Faber, the Zurich-born investor and editor of The Gloom Boom & Doom […]

Dr. Gloom mellows but Dr. Doom does not / By Howard Gold / June 1, 2012 NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — They are this era’s Dr. Doom and Dr. Gloom, two Cassandras who warned long ago about the housing bust, financial crash and debt explosion that almost wrecked global markets. Marc Faber, the Zurich-born investor and editor of The Gloom Boom & Doom […]

Rob Arnott – Lost Confidence & Stocks to Plunge 20% to 30% / May 31, 2012 With continued volatility in global markets, today King World News interviewed five time Graham & Dodd Award Winner, Rob Arnott, who oversees more than $100 billion as the Founder & Chairman of Research Affiliates. When asked if the global economy and financial system is at risk of a collapse, Arnott […]


The global financial system is becoming unhinged. One must stay optimistic but be realistically optimistic as the greatest transfer of wealth takes place in history. Several countries our buying gold by the ton now as Western countries are printing fia…

Value Guys 5-29-12 – How Safe is a Safe Investment Today?

Two 30-year veteran Wall Street analysts have taken on secret identities in order to freely provide a handful of candid stock recommendations each week. As veterans of well known Wall Street firms, you have seen them quoted in the press and their faces on TV, but their employers would never allow their unvarnished views on these stocks on the air, so we’ve electronically altered their voices so they’ll never know! The Value Guys! will examine, well more like casually glance at, stocks in the news and offer an "after-hours" view of a few favorites.

Always remember that all Value Guy recommendations have an alcoholic edge to them, so be advised.

End Of The Road Film – Full Version Link

The new film "End Of The Road" has just been released for public viewing, featuring CEO Mike Maloney alongside Peter Schiff, Jim Rickards, Jim Puplava, James Turk, Eric Sprott and more. The link for viewing this excellent movie is right here:

This film was not made by, we are helping to spread the word of its release for the Australian producer Tim Delmastro.

In 2008 the world experienced one of the greatest financial turmoils in modern history. Markets around the world started crashing, stock prices plummeted, and major financial institutions, once thought to be invincible, started showing signs of collapse. Governments responded quickly, issuing massive bailouts and stimulus packages in an effort to keep the world economy afloat.
While we’re told that these drastic measures prevented a total collapse of our system, a growing sense of unease has spread throughout the population. In the world of finance, indeed in all facets of modern life, cracks have started to appear. What lies ahead as a result of these bold ‘money printing’ measures? Was the financial crisis solved, or were the problems merely ‘kicked down the road?’

Action on the Fukushima Logic Problem

Blindly delegating responsibility to uncaring, and irresponsibly negligent, government authority has become a pervasive social meme of US, European, and Asian culture. Our interests would be better served by taking personal responsibility. This holds especially so for citizens of Japan who need to ask themselves several questions based on logic;

Has Fukushima become manageable or has the news been managed? Will the meltdown adversely effect myself and my family?
If you are in Japan you can take personal action or you can ceed your personal responsibility to a government decision maker it is your choice. My suggestion is to take responsibility for yourself and your family.
These are not scientific questions for there are no certainties in the unknown, unseen, the over complex, and within the intentionally anemic snippets of opinion that come our way via a corporate media.

NYT TOKYO — In an unusually stark warning, Japan’s (former-resigned) prime minister (Naoto Kan) last year’s (propaganda via past tense, finished, over) nuclear crisis told a parliamentary inquiry on Monday (today) that the country should discard nuclear power as too dangerous, saying the Fukushima accident had pushed Japan to the brink of "national collapse."

Mr. Kan replied that the accident had brought Japan to the brink of evacuating metropolitan Tokyo and its 30 million residents, and that the loss of the capital would have paralyzed the national government, leading to "a collapse of the nation’s ability to function."

Integrity now is a Fringe Movement – Trends of Abbie Hoffman – Labor Value

Advocating for Integrity falls so far outside the mainstream it must at this time be called a "fringe movement." This means that the majority believes in pervasive malfeasance including theft and fraud. In the United States we are at the end of a long trend of marginally effective protest. The original Occupy Wall Street occurred at the hands and actions of Abbie Hoffman who threw money down from the NYSE observation gallery to the trading floor thereby causing clownish chaos. He went on to be pursed by the government even when he became culturally irrelevant. Today, the only protest takes a clownish aspect including the Corbett Report and the current "in your face, police provoking, video reports of an professional protestor claiming to be journalist." Back to the point I see the same speaking points of Abbie Hoffman in current protests against Wall Street and Globalization (NATO, Bilderberg, G8, G20, NWO etc.). This tells me that current protests may be part of a longer trend against some universally detrimental forces. Yet, direct protest has limited effect as the parties being the largest offenders don’t really care! We need to protest against our own activities as part of a larger culture that now views integrity as a fringe movement. With personal action on are part we can be so powerful that we can terrify the people working against our best interests. Instead of not liking things we can change ourselves.