Asset Inflation

Asset Inflation and Precious Metals

Asset Inflation - We are already seeing evidence. Goods are costing more without a rise in salaries or production, So for lots of people in the lower and middle class economic life seems more and more difficult. Commentators are talking about the hollowing out of the middle class. I watched an interview in which they were discussing a dramatic shrinking of the middle class.

I think you can see the level of dissatisfaction and anger in this year's political campaign here in the US. Trump is tapping into that anger and dissatisfaction as well as Bernie Sanders.

Precious metals should be a part of your investing strategy to diversify. Physical Precious Metals, for instance bullion coins like the American Silver Eagle and the Canadian Maple Leaf, also allow you to diversify away from paper assets and counter party risk.

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David Morgan Predicts Silver Rise

David Morgan Predicts Silver Rise

David Morgan Predicts Silver Rise. 2016 has been a good year for gold and David believes that the gold bull market has reignited. The good returns will continue. The market has temporarily topped out but the rise in prices will continue.

Davis is asked about the FED's policy on interest rates and what the market's reaction to it really reveals. Have we reached the point of no return? David believes no matter how much QE or Operation Twist or any other monetary games the FED may come up with it does not fix the basic underlying structural rot. Will Japan be the first country to reach the "quantitative limits" of Quantitative Easing?

Although David Morgan Predicts Silver Rise he feels silver would need to be at $16.00 for at least 3 days and heavy volume before David Morgan feels it would indicate silver is about to take off. David believes there are extreme times in the economy and this is one of them. David believes there will be panic buying in the precious metals - precious metals stocks. Although precisely when is still an unknown.

But he feels the time will be soon. David Morgan has often said that 90% of the move occurs in the last 10% of the time. When the stock market is failing and the bond market is failing you will see a flood of money looking to invest in the precious metals.

Silver-Investor.com David's former website has been rebranded as TheMorganReport.com to reflect both the his wider focus on resources and to have it in alignment with his newsletter, The Morgan Report.

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Venezuela Currency Collapse – Lessons for the US, Inflation, Starvation

Zero Hedge had an interesting article about 8 lesson the US can learn from Venezuela. You can read it here:Lessons From Venezuela

Venezuela Currency Collapse - Lessons for the US Inflation, Starvation

The Venezuela Currency Collapse, in fact the collapse of an entire nation is happening right before our eyes. Almost every day we read stories about how things are worse than the were the day before. And we thought the day before was horrific enough. You may have read a story in the New York Times a few days ago about hospitals not having enough water to wash blood off the operating tables, no sterilization available and rather than disinfecting with alcohol doctors were disinfecting their hands with seltzer. You should read the article to get a flavor of the horror unfolding.

There are severe shortages in basic necessities and people are waiting on hours long lines and sometimes still coming away empty handed. Even worse imagine waiting on lines for hours and finally getting some food to feed your starving children. Then being robbed of the food you just waited for. Desperate times cause people take desperate measures the wouldn't normally have taken.

The Zero Hedge article is worth reading and you can get it here. Lessons From Venezuela

This collapse is not happening because Venezuela was hit by a war, major natural disaster, terrorist attack, or some other cataclysmic natural occurrence. To quote the zerohedge article "When debt spirals out of control, currency manipulation goes too far and government interference reaches ridiculous extremes, this is what can happen to an economy."

I don't want to repeat the article but amplify some points. Shortages can happen very quickly in basic food necessities. Changes in what your can eat may be limited by what is available. When people become hungry they become desperate and take desperate measures. Crime may spike up as people scramble for the available food.

Medical care may become limited both in the number of patients that can be helped and also the quality of care because basic hospital necessities aren't available.

During a currency meltdown owning precious metals such as gold and silver becomes much more important. Venezuela has had to ship 2.3 billion dollars of gold to Switzerland because the bankers would not take their paper currency any longer. So much for bankers faith in a fiat paper currency "Backed by the full Faith in the Government that printed it.

But how did Venezuela get into this predicament? It's sitting on one of the world's largest oil reserves. How can this be? But Venezuela's path is similar in several ways to the path the US has taken. Venezuela's tale, if we heed it, can serve as a cautionary tale for the US and guide us away from the same shoals and rocks as Venezuela is breaking up on.

In our next video we will talk more about how Venezuela has gotten to this point. What are the similarities with the US and what we can do to avoid the same fate. We will talk about role precious metals should have in diversifying your portfolio and protecting your future.

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David Morgan, Silver Price, Hyperinflation, Interest Rates & Bond Prices

David Morgan, Silver Price, Hyperinflation, Interest Rates & Bond Prices

The manipulations and financial games in today's markets like Quantitative Easing, TARP, TWIST, etc can not hide forever the reality that the system is crumbling. No matter what they call the newest program designed to prop things up, hide reality, put up a smoke screen you can't beat back reality forever. David Morgan feels that the bull market in the commodities and the rise in metals

David Morgan feels silver would need to see about $16 and maintain that $16 for three days with high volume before he feels it would confirm its is in a bull market.

The bear market has lasted four or 5 years and been very severe. David believes that we are in extreme conditions today and there will be, at some time in the future, panic buying that will drive the prices up to historic levels.

David Morgan has repeatedly said that history shows typically 90% of the move in prices comes in the last 10% of the time.

Sometimes viewers here at www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com will comment on a video or podcast either I or a precious metals expert like David Morgan predicting the rise of precious metals. The write a few days after the post and say see you guys were wrong.

The precious metals are a volatile market that can be affected by things outside of the free market such as the market manipulation Deutsche Bank Admits Market Manipulation.

The best answer I've hear to the question of when is the right time for precious metals is this. The best time for Precious Metals is the LONG TIME. History has proven time and time again that over the long term the precious metals survive the collapse of fiat currencies, offer a real enduring source of value, and provide against the loss of value that money printing and currency debasement ALWAYS brings with it.

David also talks about the rebranding of his web site from www.silver-investor.com to www.themorganreport.com. David renamed the web site to be in keeping with the title of the report he has been producing. It also reflects the broadening of his focus to uranium and other sectors.

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Gold & Silver Price Update – Deutsche Bank Admits – Silver Manipulation

Gold & Silver Price - Deutsche Bank Admits - Silver Manipulation

A few weeks ago Paul Mladjenovic and Ted Sudol discussed the Deutsche Bank admission of guilt in manipulating the precious metals prices. In our Titanic struggle Video here on www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com we talked about the titanic struggle going on in the market and how it appeared that the power of the shorts to drive the price down and then pick up bargains was not as effective in the past. In April an enormous dumping on the market within a ten minute period that would have generated a downward slide in the prices that would continue going lower in the past - this time didn't. The price didn't keep going down. It wobbled a bit, firmed, and then started rising. This denied the shorts the bargains they expected.

So it was good to hear another precious metals expert echo the ideas we expressed.

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Deutsche Bank Admits Price Fixing
On the price fixing manipulation settlement: ANYONE LIVING IN CANADA SHOULD FOLLOW THIS LINK to participate in the settlement:

Silver Price Manipulation

You may be entitled to a portion of the settlement in the lawsuit referenced above. I encourage everyone to work for the maximum amount they are entitled to. Similar class action suits will be coming in the United States and elsewhere.

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Gold or Silver or Bullion or Numismatics??

Gold or Silver? Bullion or Numismatics??

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Gold or Silver or Bullion or Numismatics??

Here on www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com you know I generally shy away from numismatics and focus more on bullion purchases. My bullion purchases focus on government issued gold and silver bullion coins. They are generally sold at a small premium over the spot values of the precious metals content to cover minting and marketing costs. I also purchase so called "junk silver" which are older US coins that were in circulation and contain varying percentages of silver. They are generally sold for a small premium over melt value. Because of the problems today of counterfeiting I only purchase from recognized dealers with a good reputation. Today there are counterfeiters not only making gold and silver bullion coins but also numismatic coins. Just search YouTube and you will find videos of factories in China producing numismatic coins and bullion coins. These are also basically the same recommendations you will find in the Precious Metals buying guide you can get at this site by subscribing to our newsletter.

The advantages of this approach to buying physical precious metals are:

1. Low premium over spot

2. No need to spend extra money for evaluation or certification of coin grade, etc. to establish value. There have been reported instances of so called "proof sets" or "certified grade" coins sealed in their plastic protective display cases turning out to be counterfeit. If I was buying a coin at a price that was high above spot I certainly would want to make sure it was genuine and could bring close to the value I was paying if I needed to resell.

3. Easily recognized value of a bullion coin makes it easy to sell for what I paid for it.

4. Generally no wide disagreement on the value of a bullion coin as contrasted with a numismatic coin whose value often varies by what the buyer views as the value.

5. Since generally condition of the bullion coin is not an issue there is not the expense of coin grading or a disagreement between recognized numismatic graders on the exact coin grade of the same coin. Since condition plays a large part in determining the value of a numismatic coin price can vary widely.

However this video is another view. In it he says that he became bored by just buying bullion and sold off 90% of his collection when prices dropped. Then he says he noticed an interesting thing. His numismatic coins maintained their value better than his bullion coins. Now this is completely possible. If you have a rare numismatic coin it's value is based on the perceived rarity rather than the value of the metal. But the question for me is the value more than the price I paid for it? Are there any costs associated in selling it and possibly having to validate the value to the buyer? As they say in real estate the value of a piece of property is what a willing buyer is willing to buy it at and a seller is willing to sell it at. A buyer and seller's idea of the perceived value may not be the same. But you could hit it lucky, have a rare coin you bought at good price, and be able to sell for more than you paid for it.

However for me numismatics just have too many variables if I am looking at physical precious metals as a store of value that might be needed for exchange some time in the future.

There is the allure of coin collecting. When I was growing up I had a coin collection and it was interesting to collect the different coins, see the different forms coins were produced in, etc. So numismatics do have value as an interesting hobby. However I don't think you should confuse the hobby aspect with a dependable, exchangeable store of value.

That's my feelings on this issue. I'd like to hear from our viewers and subscribers here at

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Richard Russell – Dow Theory Letters & His Amazing Calls for Today

Richard Russell - Dow Theory Letters & His Amazing Calls for Today

Richard Russell has often been called the grandfather of financial newsletters. He was the editor of the Dow Theory Letters which he started in 1958. He continuously edited the Dow Theory Letters until his death November 21, 2015. He correctly called the major market trends in the stock market since the 1950's.

In this video on www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com Ted Sudol and Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing For Dummies discuss the last two major market calls he made before his death. They are proving to be amazingly accurate.

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In addition to Paul's book Stock Investing For Dummies
Stock Investing For Dummies

You might also be interested in his newest book High Level Investing For Dummies
High Level Investing For Dummies

In this book he includes a chapter on many of the legendary investors like Richard Russell.

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Precious Metals Titanic Struggle

Precious Metals Titanic Struggle

In this Video at www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com we discuss the precious metals titanic struggle going on now. In the past when large entities like JP Morgan and others dumped large volumes of paper precious metals futures on the market the price would go down and it would trigger selling by others which would drive the price down further. Then the large shorts, which had started this whole downward trend in the paper price of precious metals would jump back in and buy back what they sold at bargain prices.

That has been the story repeated again and again in the precious metals markets. There are some experts in the precious metals markets, like Ted Butler, Bill Murphy and GATA who have been investigating and claiming manipulation in the precious metals markets. Now with the admission of Deutche Bank for their guilt in these manipulation schemes (and their agreement to reveal the names of others) we have evidence of what was suspected is indeed true.

The Precious Metals Titanic Struggle we are discussing is between large financial entities who would like to continue manipulating the precious metals markets for their own profit and a much fairer and free true market discovery that would more fairly value the precious metals.

So now we have precious metals experts looking at the same set or data and coming to two different conclusions. One group says this wholesale shorting of the paper precious metals will lead to lower prices and others saying that it indicates the beginning of a melt up.

As reported by zerohedge.com In April we saw $ 2 Billion Dollars in precious metals shorts being dumped on the market within 10 minutes. Normally that would start the downward movement in the prices that would continue as it triggered selling by others. As things got to an oversold position and bargain basement price the architects of this short scheme would buy back at the discounted price and net a hefty profit.

But this time things didn't quite go as planned. In the past the prices of the precious metals would have continued sliding downward. But this time they quickly firmed up and even started rising. I'm sure that surprised the shorts.

But as Andrew McGuire pointed out the center of gravity in the precious metals has been shifting from West to the East. While the west is selling their precious metals the east has been buying in massive quantities. The precious metal drain at the COMEX to near critical levels has been balanced by the massive increase in Chinese buying and Chinese reserves.

The Shanghai Exchange for precious Metals was established in April. Not only do they present an alternative to London as a center for the precious metals markets but will be pricing the metals in the yuan.

There is a titanic struggle going on in the precious metals markets. I believe were are in the end game for the market manipulators.

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Puerto Rico Bonds – Is this Only the First Bomb to Drop?

Puerto Rico Bonds - Is this Only the First Bomb to Drop?

Puerto Rico Bonds - Is it the first bomb to drop in the Bond Bubble Collapse Michael Pento predicted in an earlier interview here on >www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com. Michael Predicted this in his book "The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market."
In this interview Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing for Dummies about the big story in the news - the Puerto Rico Bond Default. We have been hearing rumblings about the possible debt default in Puerto Rico but we have also been hearing about other posible defaults. Atlantic City, New Jersey is almost out of cash and near default. When the casinos first came into Atlantic City and cash was flowing in to government coffers it was spent lavishly. When the economics turned down the government expenditures continued to outstrip the money coming in. The formula for a default is all to common and easily recognized. Spending that outstrips revenue coming in. Since politicians like spending money and telling all of their constituents they can have everything the die is cast. Politicians keep kicking the can down the road for someone else to solve the problem and meanwhile the debt keeps growing.

Puerto Rico Bond Default - Is it the first bomb to drop in the Bond Bubble Collapse Michael Pento predicted in an earlier interview here on http://www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com. Michael Predicted this in his book "The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the U.S. Debt Market."
In this interview Ted Sudol talks with Paul Mladjenovic, author of Stock Investing for Dummies about the big story in the news - the Puerto Rico Debt Default. We have been hearing rumblings about the possible debt default in Puerto Rico but we have also been hearing about other posible defaults. Atlantic City, New Jersey is almost out of cash and near default. When the casinos first came into Atlantic City and cash was flowing in to government coffers it was spent lavishly. When the economics turned down the government expenditures continued to outstrip the money coming in. The formula for a default is all to common and easily recognized. Spending that outstrips revenue coming in. Since politicians like spending money and telling all of their constituents they can have everything the die is cast. Politicians keep kicking the can down the road for someone else to solve the problem and meanwhile the debt keeps growing. We learn of lots of other potential defaults in the news. Atlantic City, New Jersey is running out of cash and facing default. What happened here? When tha casinos first came in the money was flowing in to government coffers. Did they save any for a cushion. No like most politicians they spent like drunken sailors and when the bill due they kicked the can down the road for others to clean up their mess. Does this sound like a familiar story? Unfortunately yes! When the debt burden becomes too much to bear the inevitable almost always occurs - default.
We hear that Greece may be facing a default this summer, Detroit may face bankruptcy and the list goes on. I read a story by a noted independent think tank. They did an analysis and came with a list of 20 countries whose debt was unsustainable and they would never be able to pay back.

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Deutsche Bank Admits Manipulation In the Precious Metals Markets


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Deutsche Bank Admits Manipulation In the Precious Metals Markets

The big news on www.preciousmetalsinvesting.com is Deutsche Bank Admits Manipulation in the Precious Metals Markets. It has admitted guilt in a silver price fixing lawsuit. Even more important is that they have agreed to expose other manipulators.

Ted Butler has been investigating price fixing for 20 years in the precious metals markets.

Bill Murphy and Chris Powell in 1998 formed GATA the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee "to expose, oppose, and litigate against collusion to control the price and supply of gold and related financial instruments."

So this has been a long hard fight to bring these manipulation schemes to light. Congratulations to all of those in the precious metals markets who fought to expose these manipulations in the face of denials and stonewalling by the regulatory organizations that were supposed to be the watchdogs.

The precious metals advocates who are heros in this story are almost too numerous to mention. People like Gerald Celente and websites like www.zerohedge.com Precious Metals Experts like David Morgan of The Morgan Report and Mike Maloney of Rich Dad fame. If I have forgotten any that I should have mentioned please send an email to ted@preciousmetalsinvesting.com and I will make the needed edits and additions to this post.

On this Precious Metals Investing Podcast I talk with Paul Mladjenovic, author of Precious Metals Investing for Dummies and High Level Investing for Dummies about the manipulation in the Precious Metals markets and what he feels will be the effects for investors.

If we look to the past for some guidance we can see that a threat of a lawsuit against the big banks and suspected manipulators lead to a steep rise in precious metals prices. A settlement lead to a drop. But here we are in new territory. A major bank, Deutsche bank,admitted guilt in the silver price fixing lawsuit and further more agreed to exposing other banks that participated in the manipulation schemes.

Does this spell the end of the manipulation schemes in the precious metals markets? I certainly hope so. I think a a freer market will mean a truer price discovery for the precious metals.

For a long time the silver story has been very compelling. Increasing industrial use in electronics, solar energy, medical uses, low recovery rates and lower levels of production leading to smaller above ground stocks of silver.

The story of silver was very compelling and many silver advocates asked why in the face of all of these factors wasn't silver higher. Now we know - Bank Manipulation to keep the prices down.

To repeat the words of Richard Maybury of the US and World Early Warning Report:

"I see nothing but good things ahead for the precious Metals."

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