Richard Maybury of EWR – War, Saudi Arabia, Precious Metals


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Richard Maybury of EWR- War, Money and Precious Metals

On www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com I talk with Richard Maybury one of the world's top free market thinkers. His geopolitical analysis and world view has been guiding investors and subscribers to profitable investments for years. Richard Maybury of EWR, his well regarded US and World Early Warning Report, is read by both political and world leaders. Richard Maybury's Uncle Eric series of books explains economic and political concepts clearly and simply in the form of a favorite uncle writing to his nephew.

In this episode we talk about government and the differences between government and the country. Confusing these two leads many to give the government more credibility than it deserves.

Blind loyalty to government leads to many problems. The US government has overthrown democratically elected leaders, supported dictators and butchers that have killed their own people.

Unfortunately the two things we can depend upon from government are war and currency debasement. That is not good for the people - it causes a lot of suffering and pain. But it is profitable for precious metals investors.

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Listen to your favorite precious metals experts like David Morgan the Silver Guru and author of The Morgan Report. Richard Maybury, author of the US and World Early Warning Report and the Uncle Eric Series of books. Michael Pento author of The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market and the Pentoport podcast. A frequent guest at our site is Paul Mladjenovic author of Precious Metals Investing For Dummies, Stock Investing For Dummies and High Level For Dummies. Randy Smallwood, CEO of Silver Wheaton, the largest silver streaming company in the world. Charlie Nedoss of Lasalle Futures Group talks to us about futures.

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Auto Loans & Record Debt – audio version


>Auto Loans & Record Debt

Cracks are starting to show in the supposedly good news of rising new auto sales. Sales are stimulated artificially by zero interest loans auto loans. Financing is given to individuals who may not normally have qualified or barely qualified. This is a recipe for potential trouble. Typically auto sales are up when the economy is in good shape. but these are not normal times. Sales are being pumped up artificially with low interest rates auto loans, easy credit, and lax qualifications.

Does this sound like the same recipe that caused the housing bubble and flood of bankruptcies, foreclosures and financial ruin? Does this sound like the same recipe that caused so much pain to homeowners that found themselves underwater when either they lost their jobs, the teaser low rate of interest expired and the adjustable mortgage interest rate skyrocketed, or the balloon payment came due.

People were offered new cars at low or zero interest rates. The normal thirty-six month auto loan of the past was now extended in some cases to 78 months. All of these mechanisms were used to enable people to by more car than they could normally afford. When the car buyer encountered economic stress they could often no longer afford the payments. They then have a car that is worth less than the amount of the loan they owe.

The default rate on new car loans has gone up dramatically. This means there are a lot more recently purchased cars that were defaulted on available for sale. We now see the index for used car prices is now also falling.

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Bond Market Bubble – Audio Version

Bond Market

Bubble - Audio Version

Some of the visitors here at prefer to get their precious metal investing tips in audio form so they can listen while doing other activities. You asked and we listened. Here is the audio version of the video Bond Market Bubble we just published. Let me know which version you prefer. Send an email to ted@preciousmetalsinvesting.com

In today's volatile stock market some people look to bonds as a safer alternative investment. But is it? Ted Sudol and Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing For Dummies discuss bond advantages and bond dangers. Because of the low interest rates some people are considering lesser quality bonds often referred to as "junk bonds." Often time that is an appropriate nickname. For any of you who saw the movie The Big Short you got a taste of what happens when underlying assets can's support the paper that supposedly represents them.

Bonds carry counter party risk. You are only holding a piece of paper. A paper claim on the underlying asset. What happens when that company, city government, state government, or even country government can't support the bonds they have issued. What happens when one of these organizations declares bankruptcy?

We think it is a good investment strategy to diversify your investments and part of that diversification should be investments in precious metals. If you are investing in the physical precious metals like bullion, silver eagles, gold eagles, silver maple leaf bullion coins you are also diversifying yourself away from counter party risk.

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Bond Market Bubble – Video Interview

Bond Market Bubble

In this video on Ted Sudol and Paul Mladjenovic, author of High Level Investing For Dummies and Precious Metals Investing For Dummiestalk about the bond market bubble.

A lot of people are worried about the turbulence of the stock market are moving their money to bonds. Why is that? Well in the event that the worst happens and there is a bankruptcy the bond holders get paid before the stock holders. So in a sense people move to bonds for safety. Historically bonds have done well in recessions. But there has also been a movement into bonds because interest rates have been so low. People have been so hungry for higher yields they have been moving money into lesser quality bonds the so called "junk bonds."

We are starting to see world-wide debt tearing at the seams and some of the lesser quality bonds are starting to have problems as some of these organizations start defaulting.

You should take a look at the bond ratings but we believe you are going to see more defaults. People invest in precious metals for safety and to avoid counter party risk. People have been investing in the precious metals for thousands of years as a store of wealth and for safety.

Michael Pento, in his book The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market examines the coming bond market collapse in greater depth.

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Mail Changes and a Little House Keeping

Mail Changes and a Little House Keeping

Several weeks ago the email email company I have been using to deliver this newsletter to you, Mandrill, announced they were merging with Mail Chimp. So there are some mail changes and a little house keeping required by preciousmetalsinvesting.com to insure that the emails would continue to be delivered in a reliable fashion.

Yesterday I sent out the first newsletter via Mail Chimp and noticed a difference in the way it was delivered in Gmail. In the past the newsletters were always routed to the Gmail primary folder. Now they are being routed to the Gmail promotions folder. So if you don't see your Precious Metals Investing Newsletter where you expected it check your promotions folder.

It's easy to change the Gmail routing to make sure it goes into your primary folder. If you don't see it in your primary folder, go to the promotions folder. Click on the email and drag it up to the primary folder tab at the top of the page and drop it there. You will get a gmail message asking if you want to add just this email to your primary folder or all future messages from preciousmetalsinvesting.com to your primary folder. Just click all and you will be getting all of the Latest Profitable tips from the Precious Metals Experts delivered to your primary Gmail folder.

The Precious Metals Buying Guide has been extensively revised and all subscribers will be receiving their free copy. The merger of mail companies is supposed to take place April 27, 2016. I just wanted to wait until the merger is completed and I'm assured of smooth delivery before sending the Free copy of the buying guide out to all subscribers. So expect it at the end of April. Thanks for your patience and your help.

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Yellen Speech – Video with Ted Sudol & Paul Mladjenovic

Yellen Speech

Video with Ted Sudol and Paul Mladjenovic

Janet Yellen recently appeared before Congress in her semi-annual presentation. The Yellen Speech did not inspire investor confidence. In this video on www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic. Paul is the author of Precious Metals Investing For Dummies, Stock Investing For Dummiesand High Level Investing For Dummies talk about that Janet Yellen's recent presentation before Congress. It seemed like even the simplest question was difficult for Janet, the head of the Federals Reserve, to answer. For those looking for solid answers to guide them in their investments they were disappointed. The only thing we got is uncertainty and the feeling that even those guiding this financial ship were unsure how to avoid the shoals.

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Retail Sector Dangers & Precious Metals


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Retail Sector Dangers & Precious Metals

There is a tightening of consumer spending. Consumer spending can often be divided between necessities like food and water and discretionary items. When people have less money they buy fewer discretionary items. When consumers spend less money retailer suffer.

Most retailers have razor thin profit margins to begin with so if you have a tighter market and fewer sales you have store closings.

Sports Authority has declared bankruptcy.

There is a report McDonald is going to be closing 600 stores this year because of falling sales. When have you ever heard about McDonald closing stores? The story was always about them opening stores. I know they closed the store in my town.

Walmart is closing stores. When has a story about Walmart ever been about anything other than how it is an unstoppable colossus?

It's time for caution in the retail sector.

Put on trailing stops and stop loss orders because there is too much debt.

Play it safe take some defensive strategies. Make sure you consult with your financial advisor.

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Is Stock Market Bubble About To Explode – Watch this Video!

Is Stock Market Bubble about to Explode?

Mike Maloney of Rich Dad fame is the author of Guide To Investing in Gold & Silver: Protect Your Financial Future

In this video presentation Mike Maloney presents some convincing graphs that illustrate the extreme stock market bubble that he believes is setting us up for an extreme crash.
These historical graphs show the cyclical bubbles and subsequent crashes over the past 50 years.

He also presents some graphs from Dr. Schiller who illustrates the same point.

We have never seen these extremely low interest rates and wide swings in the financial health like this until central banks and the FED started manipulating the financial markets with various programs such as quantitative easing.

Dr. Schiller shows the trailing stock P/E is over 26 which in extreme bubble territory

The demographics in the United States, the Middle age to old age ratio shows a significant correlation with the P/E ratio. In the study 40-49 was defined as middle age and 60-69 was defined as old age. They just took those two numbers and made a ratio. In their paper written in 2011 there was an extremely high correlation between this ration and P/E ratio.

He uses the FED's own data to show the financialization of the US government. The Federal government's income is indicated by the tax receipts. The government's income crashes when the stock market crashes. Since the government is desperate for money they pass a lot of new laws whose goal is designed to bring more money in, not benefit the US citizen.

Mike has long been an analyst of the precious metals markets. He was the precious metals adviser to Robert T. Kiyosaki of Rich Dad's Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

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Precious Metals – Cutting Through Confusion

Precious Metals

- Cutting Through the Confusion

With all of the economic headlines and prognosticators screaming the headline of the minute it's enough to make your head swim. Too much information, rather than helping us sometimes is just throwing up so much smoke it's confusing. Rather than bringing clarity it just's just additional distraction away from what is important.

Today at www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic about precious metals and the big picture. Paul is the author of Precious Metals Investing For Dummies, Stock Investing for Dummies, and High Level Investing For Dummies.

Precious metals have been in a tough market for a while. We assumed the bear market would not last as long as it did. But we firmly believe that the precious metals are headed on their way up. So far in 2016 gold and silver are up in 2016 while the stock market performance in the first quarter of this year has been dreadful.

Precious metals and precious metals investments should be a part of the diversification of your portfolio.

Remember that gold etf's, gold stocks, etc are still just paper carrying counter party risk. It's important that part of your diversification should be in hard assets - the physical precious metals.

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