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Danielle Park – You Advisor, and I Say Adviser… What Difference Does it Make?

from Financial Survival Network

Danielle Park is back… The problem with regulation is that in Canada you need to be licensed to call yourself a Financial Adviser, but to call yourself a Financial Advisor there is no such requirement. Things are a little different in the US, but the real issue isn’t your licensing status, but rather the concept of fiduciary duty and putting the client’s interest above your own.

Tariffs are about to take hold and there will be blood. Canada’s economy is going to take a hit and to a lesser extent, so will the USA’s. The system is unsustainable. It’s not just here in the Western Hemisphere, it’s all over the world. Whatever happened to the concept of creating competition instead of we’re creating corruption. Beware of a rising tide because eventually it will subside.

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Peter Hug – Getting Through Summer Metals Doldrums

from Financial Survival Network

Kitco’s director of global trading, Peter Hug returned to the show. Commenting on the recent metals decline, he believes it was triggered by the ECB’s continued quantitative easing program which makes the dollar particularly attractive to European participants. Of course it’s somewhat predicated on the Fed’s continued effort to normalizeinterest rates. Between interest rate hikes and trade concerns, the Fed has made a conscious decision to be more tolerant of higher consumer prices. All of these factors bode well for gold and silver. Up coming seasonal trends should see them go higher after the summer doldrums have passed.

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Daniel Ameduri – The Placebo Economy is Working

from Financial Survival Network

Dan Ameduri joined us today. We’re both amazed at the resilience of the Trump economy, especially in the face of significant problems that will eventually raise their ugly heads. We’re talking about the debt explosion, social security insolvency, states facing bankruptcy, the pension crisis, etc. The stock market has been holding steady and precious metals prices have suffered yet another decline. Are things really getting better? How good are those employment stats. And let’s not forget that inflation is almost certainly picking, especially in the face of higher interest rates and burgeoning commodity prices. Let’s see what happens next.

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The Weekly Perspective with David Morgan June 18th, 2018

from The Morgan Report

David Morgan‘s weekly perspective for June 18th, 2018…

Today’s monetary system is based upon a lie. The lie is that you can get something for nothing, or perhaps more simply stated, wealth can be printed. History has shown throughout 5000 years that whenever a country has tried to maintain this illusion (lie), failure has been the result. You Can Continue To Grow Your Wealth Regardless Of The Changing Winds Of Politics, The Economy And The Financial Markets. Let me show you how…

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Steven Mosher – Bully of Asia and Trump’s Korea Play

from Financial Survival Network

Steven W. Mosher is author of, Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream is the New Threat to World Order. He has been studying China from a birdseye vantage point since 1979. He believes that Trump’s recent triumph in negotiations with North Korea is nothing short of amazing, especially in light of China’s repeated attempts to sabotage his efforts. How much further is this rapprochement going to continue? Can Trump pull it off?

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John Rubino – Your Questions About Gold Silver ETF’s, Etc.

from Financial Survival Network

John Rubino is back at the microphone… We receive so many questions from you daily. I answer them all as quickly as possible. John and I covered a number of questions about gold, silver, metals etf’s and economic stats. There’s no limit to the sensory overload that we all face daily. We try to cull out the most important questions and answer them on air. So don’t hesitate to keep on sending them. They all get our personal attention.

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Keith Weiner – Update on Gold and Silver and Debt

from Financial Survival Network

Keith Weiner offers a fresh look at some of those “oft-repeated yet difficult to get your mind around” macro problems with the dollar and our monetary system. Of particular interest is Keith’s concept of Yield Purchasing Power the Marginal Productivity of Debt. They help shed light on where the economy really is. The value of each dollar of additional debt undertaken is helping economic activity less and less, until the system collapses.

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David Erfle – What’s Ahead for Mining Stocks?

from Financial Survival Network

David Erfle says that precious metals and mining stocks have been trading in a very tight range. That means that the slightest catalyst can set them moving higher. David has noticed that metals and stocks have zoomed higher with each rate increase and yesterday’s was no exception. Gold broke $1300 and silver broke $17, both on the same day. David looks first at share structure, the less shares the better. Then he looks at Canadian insider buying, when it picks up there’s a very good chance that an opportunity is knocking.

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Bruce Thornton – Trump to G7, Get with the Program

from Financial Survival Network

Bruce Thornton returns to the show…

President Trump fired a shot across the G7/EU’s bow. Whether it’s trade or military obligations, it’s time for our allies to get with the program. The US will no longer act as Europe’s piggy bank. The US will act in the best interests of the country first and foremost.

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Matt Nye – Trump and the Upcoming Midterms

from Financial Survival Network

Matt Nye, Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus, returns… The winning keeps on coming. Are we tired of it yet? The midterms are coming up and there’s reason for optimism among President Trump and the Republican Party. Things are starting to look up, the economy is improving, employment is getting better and there’s much to be happy about. November is no longer looking like a romp.

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Media Border Hysteria Bullcrap! Ben Shapiro and Anthony Cumia | Louder with Crowder (#350)




from StevenCrowder

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Booming Stocks, Booming Home Prices, Booming Risk of Collapse

by Nathan McDonald
Sprott Money

The American Dream of home ownership is once again on its death bed.

Home prices have dramatically increased in price, rising from their 2012 lows by a stunning 75%, with the average median home price now resting at $245,000!

This is up 4.5% over the last year alone, which means prices are increasing and increasing fast.

This has made home ownership essentially unaffordable for many millennial’s who are looking to purchase their first home. This is causing more and more to either return home and live with their parents, or asking them for assistance in purchasing their home.

Profits for many businesses are rising and consumer confidence is way up, recently hitting a thirteen year high,but this has not directly translated into an increases in wages, which continues to stagnate .

Continue Reading at SprottMoney.com…

I Really Don’t Care, Do U? | Ep. 566




from Ben Shapiro

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Despite ‘Recovery’, Millennials Face Future of Less Wealth, More Work, Worse Health

from Zero Hedge

While many baby boomers and those of older generations have experienced rising “wealth and prosperity” as a result of this most recent “recovery” that has taken place over the last decade, there has been an age group that has not reaped such benefits, but will yet be stuck with the residual damage that comes with a Keynesian recovery in the years to come: millenials. Bloomberg recently reported as such:

Just two years ago, the median American born in the 1980s—the cradle of millennials—had family wealth that was 34 percent below what earlier generations held at the same age, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reported last month. And all the data show it’s probably going to get worse.

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Trump Border Battle, DOJ FBI Indictments Coming, Big Bank Bankruptcy

Greg Hunter’s Weekly News Wrap-Up for June 22nd, 2018

by Greg Hunter
USA Watchdog

The Democrats and their mainstream media (MSM) lackeys are grasping at straws with the border battle with Trump. The vast majority of Americans want immigration enforcement, not more illegal immigration, which comes with a high price tag in the form of welfare. The MSM ignores the separation and children lost in the system under the Obama Administration and is only looking for a vote getting issue come November. They are not going to get it and are left with, as the President says, “terrible policies.”

All the attention the MSM put on the phony issue of children separated from their parents at the border was just a diversion for the story they did not want to cover, and that was the bombshell Inspector General (IG) report that came out this week. Top people in the FBI and DOJ are in serious legal trouble in the biggest fraud abuse of power and treason scandal in American history. It also involves top players in the White House, and the State Department under both Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. Many are going to be indicted in the months to come. The first four will probably include fired FBI and Assistant FBI Directors Comey and McCabe, Lisa Page and top counterterrorism agent Peter Strzok.

Continue Reading at USAWatchdog.com…

The Latest Casualty in the Global Pension Catastrophe Is…

by Simon Black
Sovereign Man

In the year 6 AD, the Roman emperor Augustus set up a special trust fund known as the aerarium militare, or military treasury, to fund retirement pensions for Rome’s legionnaires.

Now, these military pensions had already existed for several centuries in Rome. But the money to pay them had always been mixed together in the government’s general treasury.

So for hundreds of years, mischievous senators could easily grab money that was earmarked for military pensions and redirect it elsewhere.

Augustus wanted to end this practice by setting up a special fund specifically for military pensions.

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Her Family Fled Three Communist Countries; Now She’s an Ancap




from TomWoodsTV

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A Trade War Won’t Be Good for the Dollar

by Peter Schiff
Euro Pacific Capital

On Wall Street, it’s best not to think too hard or to look too closely into the mouths of gift horses. Since making predictions based on actual economic understanding is rare, analysts typically look to provide explanations after the fact. Within the financial services industry, currency traders are perhaps the greatest practitioners of this craft. While they often get the fundamentals completely wrong, it never seems to stop them from offering bizarre theories to explain currency movements.

After the Recession of 2001-2002, the dollar began an historic, nearly 40%, decline that bottomed out in early 2008. During that time, the falling dollar became a dominant topic in the financial world. While it was occurring, I argued that the sell-off was the result of the overly accommodating monetary policies of the Alan Greenspan-led Federal Reserve and the rapid increase of Federal debt under George W. Bush. Few currency traders agreed. Instead, most continually predicted that the slide would end long before it actually did. Their confidence may have been based on the fact that the Federal Reserve raised rates from 2003 to 2007.

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Mahendra Forecasts Gold Prices and the World Cup Winner




from Kitco NEWS

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Are You Prepared to Invest in Troubled Times?

by Charles Hugh Smith
Of Two Minds

Market “fixes” fuel wealth/income inequality which feeds political and social instability.

There are two Grand Narratives about the U.S. economy and asset markets: the mainstream narrative is that nothing is fundamentally wrong with the economy, and so no structural changes (and the sacrifices such changes entail) are needed.

In this narrative, the only problem that needs solving is markets stop bubbling higher. The mainstream always expects markets to keep bubbling higher essentially forever, but reality intrudes and the asset bubbles pop.

The solution in this narrative is to “fix” markets with massive stimulus: fiscal stimulus from the Savior State and monetary stimulus from the central bank — Federal Reserve (reinflating bubbles that enrich the already-wealthy is our primary job).

Continue Reading at OfTwoMinds.com…

US Quits UN Human Rights Council – Should We Cheer?




from RonPaulLibertyReport

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Market Report: Sell-Off Ahead of the Q2 End

by Alasdair MacLeod
Gold Money

Gold and silver fell heavily on good Comex volumes last Friday and continued to drift lower over the course of this week. From last Friday’s close, gold is down a further $10 at $1270 in morning trade in New York, and silver is off ten cents at $16.42 on the same time scale. Gold’s oversold condition had corrected moderately with some hedge funds tempted to put a toe in the water, and they were easily shaken out.

[…] I warned in the market report for 18 May that a sell-off down to $1250 was a possibility, because both the $1300-level and the moving averages had been breached. That sell-off is now happening, and gold is trying to find a level. So how bad is it?

The next chart shows that gold has come back to test a rising trend line, shown by the pecked line.

Continue Reading at GoldMoney.com…

Last Chance! Crypto Pop!




from TruthNeverTold

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