John & Monica Miller – Get Ready For The Coming Bail-Ins

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Wayne Allyn Root – Wayne’s Take On The Bundy Stand-Off

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George Mathies – What’s Next For Cliven Bundy?

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Dr. Larry Kawa – Sebillius is Out, and What’s Going to Happen to the Medicare Cuts?

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Triple Lutz Report #348 – Live Every Day As If It Were Your Last… For One Day You’re Sure To Be Right

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John Rubino – Japan Approaches Its Minsky Moment

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Jason Hartman – Real Estate Markets Are Getting Tight

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John & Monica Miller – Get Ready For The Coming Bail-Ins

from Financial Survival Network

John and Monica Miller were on the show recently. They’re writing a series of books about the coming banking implosion that’s going to sweep the United States and the Globe. Bail-ins are the shape of things to come. You’ve seen it in Cyprus, Venezuela and Argentina. It’s coming to the US, the EU and elsewhere. How do you prepare? What can you do about it? John and Monica left the US years ago and have answers to these questions and more.

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Triple Lutz Report #348 – Live Every Day As If It Were Your Last… For One Day You’re Sure To Be Right

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Time for another Triple Lutz Report! Here in episode 348, you’ll hear:

  • Good news on the medical front for yours truly.
  • More news on government intrusion.
  • How about those Bundy’s? Can they keep pulling it off like this?
  • Don’t refill your softdrink in a government building without paying or you’re in for a huge fine.

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Dr. Larry Kawa – Sebillius is Out, and What’s Going to Happen to the Medicare Cuts?

from Financial Survival Network

Dr. Larry Kawa says that you that can tell that election season is near. Listen and you can hear the sounds of backpedaling and political double-talking at every corner. Everyone knows that the Democrats approved huge cuts to Medicare and its various programs in the name of its sacred cow, Obamacare.
Yet at every turn Democrats have been trying to either distance themselves or undo the damage that they’ve done to seniors through their cuts on Medicare. One of the major cut that they are now trying to undo, prior to the election, are the cuts to Medicare Advantage, a privatized Medicare program, that is very popular amongst seniors.

Democrats have a major liability on this issue as evidenced by Alex Sink’s crucial loss in the Florida House special election. The US Chamber of Commerce ran attack ads criticizing Alex Sink for her support of cuts to Medicare Advantage and her rubber stamping of Nancy Pelosi’s agenda. Let’s see what happens next.

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Wayne Allyn Root – Wayne’s Take On The Bundy Stand-Off

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Wayne Allyn Root lives in Las Vegas. He lives and breaths Nevada politics. Something is very wrong. Something smells rotten in the Nevada desert. And Senator Harry Reid’s fingerprints are all over it.

He’s referring to the Bundy Ranch siege. This was a dispute between a Nevada ranching family with rights to the land in question for 140 years and the BLM (Bureau of Land Management).

The government claims they haven’t paid grazing fees for 20 years. The result was a government assault on the ranch- including snipers with assault rifles, SUV’s, helicopters, airplanes and over 200 heavily armed troops. No matter whether you come down on the side of the government or the ranch family, all of us can agree this was excessive force.

Wayne has some other insights that he brings to the table on this important chapter in American History.

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George Mathies – What’s Next For Cliven Bundy?

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George Matheis, former law enforcement officer and trainer was on discussing what the government has in store for BLM resister Cliven Bundy. George thinks they will issue a warrant for his arrest. There’s a good possibility that BLM will refer the matter over to the DOJ who will move to hold Bundy in contempt of court. How many armed officers the government is willing to devote to this exercise is really the question. And are they willing to risk bloodshed in an election year? Attorney General Eric Holder has been involved in Waco and the Elian Gonzalez matter, so he’s up for anything.

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T-Bonds Are Universally Hated, Not a Single Economist Expects an Economic Downturn

by Pater Tenebrarum
Acting Man

A 100% Consensus

This doesn’t happen very often. Marketwatch reports that Jim Bianco points out in a recent market comment that the 67 economists taking part in a regular Bloomberg survey have a unanimous forecast regarding treasury bond yields: they will be higher 6 months from now. This is a truly striking result, and given the well-known propensity of mainstream economists to guess wrong (their forecasts largely consist of extrapolating the most recent short term trend), it may provide us with a few insights.

In fact, considering that there have been only a handful of instances since 2009 when a majority of the economists surveyed predicted a decline in yields, we can already state that their forecasts regarding treasuries are quite often (though obviously not always) wide of the mark. In fact, so far this year they are already wrong again – and so are fund managers, as they hold their lowest exposure to treasuries in seven years.

Continue Reading at Acting-Man.com…

The Two Most Dangerous Ideas

by Martin Armstrong
Armstrong Economics

There are two ideas that have been responsible for killing more people than anything in history and they both came from the French elite. The first was the idea that land was wealth. This was propagated by the Physiocrats who argued agriculture was the wealth of a nation. Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations was a direct response to that idea showing that the true wealth of a nation was its people and its total productivity.

This old world concept remains the greatest problem that plagues Russia to this day with the concept that landmass means power. Those that cheer Russia is getting bigger do not bother to look at the economic facts. Under this theory that landmass is power, then why did Japan reach the second largest economy with only 145,925 square miles with a GDP of about $4.866 trillion and Algeria with 919,595 square miles reached only $325 billion GDP? Russia does not need more land. It has 6,592,800 square miles. However, its economy is half that of Japan even on a bad day – just $2.383 trillion with all its oil, gas, gold and platinum reserves of which Japan had none.

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The CAT In The Mine Shaft: With Sales PLunging, Stock At 2-Year High

by David Stockman
David Stockman’s Contra Corner

Bad sales mean moar “stimulus” to the robo traders. After all, CAT’s LTM sales peaked at $67 billion in the year ending in the third quarter of 2012. Since then its been all downhill. By Q2 2013 LTM sales were at $60.4 billion and in the most recent 12-month period the number was $55.7 billion. And, as shown, below, sales of CAT retail dealers, which are a leading indicator of sales booked at corporate, have continued to slide.

There is no mystery as to why. The monumental mining boom of recent years, which was stimulated by a decade of massive money printing by all of the world’s central banks, is now over. Indeed, the big miners who form CAT’s global customer base are in deep retrenchment, canceling mega projects right and left, thereby wiping out orders for big yellow machines almost entirely. Accordingly, CAT hit its “peak bubble” earnings many quarters ago.

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New Home Sales Plunge 14.5%; It’s Not the Weather; Steen Jakobsen on Consensus vs. Reality

by Mike “Mish” Shedlock
MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis

The Census Bureau report New Residential Sales Report shows sales of new single-family houses in March 2014 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 384,000.

  • Sales are 14.5 percent below the revised February rate of 449,000
  • Sales are 13.3 percent below the March 2013 estimate of 443,000
  • Median sales price was $290,000 vs. $260,900 in February, $257,500 in March of 2013
  • Average sales price was $334,200 vs. $318,900 in February, $300,200 in March of 2013
  • Median sales price was up 11.5% from last month, 12.6% from year ago
  • Average sales price was up 4.8% from last month, 11.3% from year ago
  • New houses for sale was 193,000
  • Supply is 6.0 months at the current sales rate

Sales by Region (Month-Over-Month, Year-Over-Year)

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China Challenges Obama’s Asia Pivot With Rapid Military Buildup

by David J. Lynch
Bloomberg.com

President Barack Obama’s trip to Asia this week will be dominated by a country he’s not even visiting: China.

Each of the four nations on the president’s itinerary is involved in territorial disputes with an increasingly assertive China. And years of military spending gains have boosted the capabilities of the People’s Liberation Army faster than many defense analysts expected, casting a shadow over relations between China and its neighbors and sparking doubts about long-term prospects for the U.S. presence in the Pacific.

“There are growing concerns about what China is up to in the maritime space,” said Bonnie Glaser, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. “There’s a widely held view in the region that the U.S.-China relationship is tipping toward being much more confrontational.”

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Wall Street Greed: Not Too Big for a California Jury

by Ellen Brown
EllenBrown.com

United States Attorney General Eric Holder has declared that the too-big-to-fail Wall Street banks are too big to prosecute. But an outraged California jury might have different ideas. As noted in the California legal newspaper The Daily Journal:

California juries are not bashful – they have been known to render massive punitive damages awards that dwarf the award of compensatory (actual) damages.For example, in one securities fraud case jurors awarded $5.7 million in compensatory damages and $165 million in punitive damages. . . . And in a tobacco case with $5.5 million in compensatory damages, the jury awarded $3 billion in punitive damages . . . .

The question, then, is how to get Wall Street banks before a California jury. How about charging them with common law fraud and breach of contract? That’s what the FDIC just did in its massive 24-count civil suit for damages for LIBOR manipulation, filed in March 2014 against sixteen of the world’s largest banks, including the three largest US banks – JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup.

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One ETF to Play Asymmetric Warfare

by Addison Wiggin
Daily Reckoning

It was the night the lights went out in Silicon Valley — almost.

The events read like something from an action novel — definitely.

And the story matters to you if you enjoy the convenience of household electricity… or if you’re looking for a lucrative and cutting-edge investing opportunity.

In the early hours of April 16, 2013, saboteurs cut telephone cables about a half-mile from an electrical substation in San Jose, Calif. A half-hour later, they opened fire on the substation — likely with AK-47s — and during a 20-minute span, they knocked out 17 giant transformers.

And then they slipped away.

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The End is Nigh!

by Pater Tenebrarum
Acting Man

The Prophets of Doom

The end is nigh! It is quite fascinating that prophecies of imminent worldwide doom enjoy such enduring popularity. Predictions of global apocalypse have been highly fashionable throughout history. As an added bonus, the caste of professional doomsayers was often able to make quite a good living from predicting that humanity’s downfall was just around the corner.

The oldest known prediction of the end of the world is recorded on Assyrian tablets dating from the 28th century BC (more likely they are actually Akkadian or Sumerian, given the date and have been wrongly attributed). Followers of Zoroastrianism (a religion founded in 700 BC) published the following not entirely unreasonable forecast, aside perhaps from the part about the ‘sinners and the pious’: They claimed that the end of the world will happen when a comet, called Gochihr, strikes the earth. It will cause all the world’s metals to melt and will burn up the world.

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Gerald Celente’s Trends In The News – “Renewal, Growth & Rebirth”

from trendsjournal

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How America’s Big Banks Are Begging for the Next Financial Crisis

by Shah Gilani
Money Morning

Our Too-Big-To-Fail banks are at it again…

The Volcker Rule is supposed to ban the banks from making hazardous and speculative trades.

But the big banks are begging for the chance to make the same kind of moves that got us into the 2008 global credit crisis, one of the worst in the modern world.

It’s like they never learned their lesson…

They’re even enlisting congressional cronies to do their bidding.

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James Clapper Embarks on Propaganda College Speaking Tour After Droves of Students Name Snowden “Personal Hero”

by Michael Krieger
Liberty Blitzkrieg

Kevin Gosztola over at Firedoglake does some excellent work, and his latest story about the recent activities of perjuring Director of National Intelligence for the U.S., James Clapper, is no exception. To provide a little context, the Washington Post recently reported that:

Freitag skimmed the extracurriculars, read the first essay, rated it good. GW also asks students to list a role model and two words to describe themselves. As for herself, Freitag said, she would list “Martha Stewart/Tina Fey” and “sassy/classy.”This year, she’s seeing a lot of Edward Snowden citations.

Freitag is an admissions officer at George Washington University, and apparently this trend of college students accurately identifying Edward Snowden as a hero haS given James Clapper a panic attack. So much so, that he is taking time away from protecting us from “terrorists” (a term that now apparently includes folks at the Bundy Ranch according to Harry Reid) to embark upon a propaganda speaking tour of U.S. college campuses to demonstrate to those silly young kids that Snowden is no hero, but actually a traitorous villain.

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The Secret Silver Stockpile, Part I

by Jeff Nielson
Bullion Bulls Canada

As indicated in my most-recent commentary; we are very likely already in a Post-Default World in the gold market. Specifically, at some time (likely several years ago) the bankers’ paper “gold market” experienced technical default, where current and immediate claims on existing gold inventories significantly exceeded those inventories.

Actual (versus “official”) inventories of gold in the bankers’ metals warehouses today are now a large, negative number – in the many millions of ounces. Official (and visible) default in the gold market has only been averted by a cornucopia of fraud, primarily “fractional-reserve banking” in the gold market, i.e. through “selling” each ounce of actual gold possessed by the banking cabal to numerous chump-owners.

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Pre-Crime Systems Now Actively Monitoring the Internet: “The Computer Algorithm Learns the Pattern and Produces a Prediction”

by Mac Slavo
SHTF Plan

With revelations that the National Security Agency has collected some 20 trillion phone calls and emails via an expansive nationwide surveillance network, most Americans have already come to the realization that everything they do is being monitored.

But many shrug off Big Brother’s prying eyes by suggesting that, since they aren’t doing anything wrong, they have nothing to worry about.

That may have been true several years ago, but the digital surveillance systems of today are far more advanced than most people understand. No longer are these machines simply recording the data and storing them in some historical archive to be pulled at a later date should the government ever have reason to take a closer look at your personal life.

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Hitler’s Rise To Power (Sons of Liberty Academy 7.13)

from TruthNeverTold

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Why the Poor’s Investment of Choice is so Alarming

Rich people prefer productive companies while the poor prefer shiny lumps of metal. That’s bad news.

by John Aziz
The Week

Gallup’s poll on Americans’ favorite investments always makes fascinating reading.

Every year, Gallup asks Americans to choose the best investment from the following choices: Real estate, stocks and mutual funds, gold, savings accounts and certificates of deposit, or bonds. In the years since the 2008 financial crisis and housing bust — after which Americans as a group briefly ranked gold as their favorite investment — real estate has once again swung back into favor:

[...] But as Barry Ritholtz notes over at Bloomberg View, the most interesting thing is that there are some serious differences between the investment styles of the poor and the rich. First, the rich love real estate and stocks:

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Pssst … The Military-Industrial Complex Is Alive and Well

by Bill Bonner
Acting Man

Maintaining the Empire

[...] We made an observation last week: The US empire and its credit bubble will probably come to an end at the same time. Each depends on the other. If the US were not so big and powerful, it could not impose its money as the world’s reserve currency. Without its position as the issuer of the world’s reserve currency (dollars instead of gold), the US wouldn’t be able to flood the world with its cash.

Without the rest of the world’s need for dollars, the credit bubble couldn’t continue growing. And without the credit growth there would be no way to pay the expense of maintaining a worldwide empire. This does not explain the miracle of “growth without savings” we discussed last week, but it gives us a hint as to what will happen when the trick no longer works.

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Check Out What Google Autocomplete Tells Us About America

by Simon Black
Sovereign Man

“Why does Obama suck?”

If you’re not sure, ask Google. It seems that millions of Americans already have asked this question, along with:

“Why does the government want to kill us?”, and

“Can the government take your gold?”

These are among the jewels of Google autocomplete– instantly displaying results from the most popular searches.

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Lord Victor Rothschild & Our Future

from wepollock

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This Is Crazy! Current Leveraged Recap Binge Is Clone Of 2007 Mania

by David Stockman
David Stockman’s Contra Corner

This eruption of late cycle bubble finance hardly needs comment. Below are highlights from a Bloomberg Story detailing the recent surge of leveraged recaps by the big LBO operators. These maneuvers amount to piling more debt on already heavily leveraged companies, but not to fund Capex or new products, technology or process improvements that might give these debt mules an outside chance of survival over time.

No, the freshly borrowed cash from a leveraged recap often does not even leave the closing conference room—it just gets recycled out as a dividend to the LBO sponsors who otherwise hold a tiny sliver of equity at the bottom of the capital structure. This is financial strip-mining pure and simple—-and is a by-product of the Fed’s insane repression of interest rates.

The ultra-junk paper which funds these leveraged recaps is bought for one reason alone:

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Russia Covertly Behind the Pro-Russian Seizure of Cities in the Eastern Ukraine

by Martin Armstrong
Armstrong Economics

Everything that took place in Crimea is unfolding in the Eastern region of Ukraine. Men in the same green uniforms without markings have appeared in the region with military grade weapons. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Russia has the right under international law to invade if Russians are threatened there, drawing a parallel with the 2008 Georgian war. Lavrov has repeated Russia’s demand that Ukraine withdraw all its military units from the country’s east.

Ukraine’s government faces an armed revolt there by pro-Russia separatists. They have stopped “Russian Tourists” from entering the border if they are men between 18 and 60. Apparently, you can visit Ukraine with military weapons as a tourist if you are looking for a different vacation from the norm.

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How Gold Will Respond to Declining Discovery

by Henry Bonner
Daily Reckoning

As metals prices boomed during the last decade, small explorers and big miners spent billions of shareholder dollars seeking new deposits. Investors wanted the high rewards of a discovery as metals soared in price. At $1,900 per ounce of gold, even mediocre finds could make money.

Richard Schodde, of MinEx Consulting, has studied past exploration cycles in detail. He says we are seeing a tightening of the sector, as the availability of capital has plummeted. Costs of exploration are coming down as companies cut back on high-salaried employees and reduce operating costs.

The following chart from MinEx shows exploration expenditures rising quickly during the boom years:

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Einhorn Shorts “Cool Kid” Bubble Tech Stocks

by Mike “Mish” Shedlock
MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis

Greenlight Capital hedge fund manager Einhorn Shorting Tech as ‘Cool Kid’ Stocks Show Bubble.

Greenlight Capital Inc., the $10.3 billion hedge-fund firm run by David Einhorn, said it was betting against a group of technology stocks as evidence grows of a bubble.

“There is a clear consensus that we are witnessing our second tech bubble in 15 years,” the New York-based firm said in a quarterly letter to clients today.

Greenlight said that companies it’s betting against may fall by at least 90 percent “if and when the market reapplies traditional valuations,” according to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by Bloomberg News.

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Housing Bubble Pop 2.0: Remodeling Collapses To 1 Year Low

from Zero Hedge

On the way up, every sell-side strategist points to remodeling as a leading indicator for the housing recovery as confidence in the value of their home prompts real people to “invest” in upgrades and remodel their homes. That has been the story… until now. As NARI reports, the Remodeling Business Pulse (RBP) data of current and future remodeling business conditions show current condition ratings fell significantly in March – in fact they fell from multi-year highs to one-year lows as “homeowners remain slow to make the decision to move ahead with higher-priced projects.” Of course, weather is blamed, and they are ‘optimistic’ about the future, but one look at the chart below and it is clear something changed…

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Is Wall Street a Scam?

from StansberryMedia

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Chorus to Lower Gold Curbs Grow Louder in India

As India’s commerce ministry calls for relaxation in gold import restrictions, gems and jewellery exports slump 9% to $39.5 billion in 2013-14

by Shivom Seth
Mine Web

Mumbai (Mineweb) – India’s Commerce Ministry came out in favour of axing restrictions on gold imports.

“The present gold import policy is workable only for a short distance. When this policy was conceptualised, it was for a limited objective…the Department of Commerce has taken a very clear decision that this policy is not sustainable in the long run,” Commerce Secretary Rajeev Kher told media persons.

He further said that the policy needed to be appropriately amended. In order to check India’s rising current account deficit (CAD), the government had raised import duties on bullion, while the Reserve Bank of India had imposed additional curbs on the import of the metal to jewellery exporters.

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Fed’s Plan To Use Stocks To Boost U.S. Economy Has Failed

from King World News

Today one of the legends in the business explains why the Fed’s plan to use the stock market to boost the U.S.economy has failed. 50-year veteran Art Cashin, who is Director of Floor Operations at UBS ($650 billion under management), also included a guest commentary discussing the Fed’s failure.

By Art Cashin Director of Floor Operations at UBS

April 23 (King World News) – “On this day in 1985, one of the savviest marketing teams at one of the savviest marketing companies in history stunned the world with a product announcement. They proclaimed that they were phasing out their main product and replacing it with a new improved version. Pretty tame stuff for most products.

But this was no ordinary product. It had been around for nearly 99 years. And during that period it had grown to be one of the most widely recognized items on the face of the earth.

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Strippers v. the Supreme Court: Live Nude Theater

from ReasonTV

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A Little Bit of Math Never Hurt Anyone

by Bill Holter
Miles Franklin

When I first saw this survey of Chinese consumers I had to take a step back and wonder exactly “who” did it. Much to my surprise, the WGC (World Gold Council) who is more “anti-gold” than any group or agency that I know of was the culprit. If they say that 25% of Chinese consumers plan to buy 24kt gold or jewelry in the next 12 months…you can bet that the real number is much higher because as long as I’ve been following gold, the WGC has done nothing but steer people away from it. In my opinion they have consistently underestimated global demand and overestimated global supply since I have followed them.

That said, let’s have some fun and do a little bit of math on the back of a “WGC” napkin. OK, so, there are 1.3 billion Chinese citizens and yes I know not all of them can buy even 1/10th of an ounce of gold but let’s go from there. 1.3 billion times 25% equals 325 million (about the size of the U.S.). If each Chinese citizen according the survey (25%) were to buy just 1/4 of 1 ounce of gold then approximately 80 million ounces of gold would be taken off of the market (320 million x 1/4 ounce= 80 million). Umm, does the figure “80 million” ring a bell for you? It should, “80 million” is more or less the figure of ALL gold ounces mined in 1 year on the entire planet.

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Is Confronting Federal Power an Act of Domestic Terrorism?

from BenSwannRealityCheck

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