Monday, January 17, 2022

Neil Howe: The really big crisis has yet to arrive!


by Erik Townsend, Macro Voices:

Erik Townsend welcomes Neil Howe to MacroVoices. Erik and Neil discuss:

  • What is the Fourth Turning?

  • Why the Fourth Turning started with GFC

  • Is there another big global event on the horizon?

  • Future changes in political landscape

  • What to expect for the next decade?

  • Impact of baby boomers retiring

  • Understanding the Homelander generation

  • Silent vs. Homelander generation

  • Reflections on the Fourth Turning book and new consideration

The podcast targeting pro finance and sophisticated investors, hosted by Hedge Fund Manager Erik Townsend

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Is the Yellen Fed Planning to Sabotage Trump’s Presidency?

by Stefan Gleason, Money Metals:

The Federal Reserve can make or break a president.

Monetary policy influences all financial markets as well as the cycles in the economy. No president wants to have to run for re-election when the stock market and economy are turning down.

Recall that President George H.W. Bush was sitting on sky-high job approval numbers in 1991 and was expected to coast to victory in his 1992 re-election bid. But then the economy swooned toward recession, giving Bill Clinton the opening he needed.

Bush later blamed Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan for his defeat. Greenspan had held interest rates too high for too long, Bush complained.

On the campaign trail in 2016, Donald Trump complained that Fed chair Janet Yellen was trying to help Hillary Clinton by keeping rates near zero and pumping up the stock market with liquidity.

“They’re keeping the rates artificially low so that Obama can go out and play golf in January and say that he did a good job.

It’s a very false economy,” Trump told reporters in September 2016.

Later that month in the second presidential debate, he declared, “We are in a big, fat, ugly bubble. . . The only thing that looks good is the stock market. But if you raise interest rates even a little bit, that’s going to come crashing down.”

Reappointing Janet Yellen Could Be Politically Dangerous to Trump

Now that he’s president, Trump may have become the stock market bubble’s most high-profile cheerleader. He certainly doesn’t want it to burst on his watch.

The president has warmed up to Yellen’s Dow-friendly easy money policies. He even suggested he might reappoint her to the Federal Reserve in early 2018.

That would be a politically dangerous move. The Fed could help determine which party has the advantage in the 2018 mid-terms and the 2020 presidential election beyond that.

Of course, Fed officials insist they are “data driven” and don’t make policy decisions based on politics. Whether they intend to be or not, Fed policymakers are inevitably involved in politics. The members of the Federal Reserve Board are political appointees.

Yellen is a liberal Democrat, appointed by President Obama. She understands what’s at stake in the upcoming elections. She understands that Democrats are in a state of political desperation right now. They hold only 15 governorships, are a minority in Congress, and stand to be steadily replaced in the courts. But they STILL control the Federal Reserve Board.

President Trump now has the opportunity to re-shape the Fed. Three of the seven positions on the Federal Reserve Board remain vacant. Trump can fill them. More importantly, he can replace Yellen as Fed chair next year.

Fed Moves Could Crash the Stock Market, Hurting Republicans in 2018

It’s understandable that Trump is playing nice with Yellen while she’s helping keep things seemingly peachy keen in the markets. But the consequences of the Fed’s balance sheet “normalization” program may start to be fully felt next year. He shouldn’t underestimate the risks of the bubble he identified in 2016 bursting in time for the elections in 2018.

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Planning for an Uncertain Future – Jeff Nielson

by Jeff Nielson, Sprott Money:

Astute readers understand that we are living in a time of crisis. This is not a crisis about Terrorist Boogeymen, nor is it (primarily) even a crisis about the very real threat of global warming.

The crisis which faces us is a crisis of government: the corrupt, puppet regimes across the Western world, and the psychopathic Puppet Masters who pull their strings. These Puppet Masters are known to regular readers. They are the Western oligarchs who control the financial crime syndicate known as the One Bank.

These Puppet Masters have already led us to economic ruin. Western nations, almost without exception, are not merely insolvent – they are bankrupt. The poster child for this endemic bankruptcy is the United States.

Officially, the U.S.’s national debt is a ‘mere’ $20 trillion, far more than any other nation. But that is just the tip of the iceberg for this Titanic. The United States also faces more than $200 trillion in “unfunded liabilities”. This is a combination of dumping its bills onto the shoulders of future generations, and simpleaccounting fraud.

In the world of corporations, the United States would be legally required to account for the whole $200+ trillion of debts and obligations, not sweep it under the carpet, and pretend it doesn’t exist. Official government budgets are so fraudulent that the GAO (Government Accountability Office) regularly refusesto sign off on them.

To repeat: the United States government’s own accountant regularly refuses to endorse the accounting of the federal government – Republicans and Democrats alike. National accounting fraud is a bipartisan initiative in the U.S.’s Two-Party Dictatorship. Neither half is willing to tell the American people anything remotely close to the truth concerning the degree of U.S. insolvency.

Other Western nations are in little better shape. In the case of many of these nations, they have been dragged down to the level of U.S. economic decay through economic terrorism plotted by the One Bank, and executed by its stooges on Wall Street. Here the poster child is Greece.

In 2009; Greece and the United States exhibited very similar economic fundamentals, except on a different scale. Both nations were clearly insolvent. Both nations spent (spend) much too much on their military.

The difference?

Starting in 2010; the economic terrorists of Wall Street manipulated the interest rate on Greece’s national debt as high as 30{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}. At the same time, these terrorists kept the interest rate on the U.S.’s gargantuan debt frozen at near-zero.

Understand the significance here. At an interest rate of 30{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}; it would cost the U.S. government $6 trillionper year just to pay the interest on $20 trillion in debt – which is only a portion of the actual U.S. debt.

Total U.S. government revenues are currently around $3.5 trillion. The world’s only superpower could not possibly make interest payments on its debt. At the same rate of interest that was forced upon Greece by the Wall Street terrorists, the U.S. would be almost instantly bankrupted – as Greece was.

Other Western nations are in little better shape than these two Deadbeat Debtors. The West is bankrupt.

The West is also unemployed. Permanent unemployment across the Western world is now some number in excess of 100 million people. Homeless people litter our streets. Propaganda-numbed populations ignorethis outrage – as our corrupt governments do nothing but make this crime against humanity worse.

The West is no longer free. To be free implies rights – lots of them. We have none.

A right is immutable. It is something which cannot be taken away from us, except under extreme circumstances, and even then only according to the principles of due process.

Due process is no longer a right across the Corrupt West. It is a (mere) privilege. It can taken away from any one of us, at any time, with absolutely no warning.

All that is required is for one of the corrupt puppets in our government to point their finger at any one of us and hurl the Magic Word: “terrorist”. Instantly we lose our citizenship. We lose our human rights. We become a non-person.

No (public) proof or (public) evidence of any kind is required to transform us from citizens to non-people.

The puppet governments of the Corrupt West have stolen our rights – totally unlawfully. They have stolen our rights in order to create police states. They have created police states as a preemptive measure to cling to power as these puppet governments preside over our imminent bankruptcy and economic collapse.

The Dark Ages. Remember them? Nobody does.

It was an era of chaos, ignorance, and misery which lasted nearly a thousand years. It was the result of the total collapse of the greatest empire the world had known – the Roman Empire.

Arguably, the United States Empire is history’s second greatest empire, not in terms of duration but in might. Here it is important to note that events move much more quickly in our technologically advanced age.

There could be no Hundred Year War in our modern era. One or both sides would annihilate the other long before then. The Roman Empire was measured in centuries. The U.S. Empire will be measured in decades.

It is a rancid empire, exhibiting all of the classic signs of an empire in its final death throes. Politically and culturally unenlightened (Donald Trump, Family Guy). Militarily belligerent. Economically exhausted.

The United States, world’s only superpower, is a crude, broke, aggressive Bully. It no longer has any friends, just those nations who will acquiesce to its will and those who won’t.

This out-of-control Bully has been goaded into manufacturing one war after another by the psychopathic oligarchs. It has forced the Rest of the World to replace it as the world’s dominant power.

However, has-been empires rarely relinquish power willingly. Psychopaths never do. As these Western psychopaths attempt to cling to their global tyranny, they could (will?) easily plunge the world into a second Dark Age.

Then what?

“Financial planning”, in its conventional sense, loses all meaning in nations which no longer have computerized economies – and may no longer have fully industrialized economies. Stocks, bonds? Not much good to us when there is no stock market and there is no bond market.

Bitcoin? Lol!

Many formerly committed precious metals investors have become disillusioned with this asset class – at least to some extent. These people forget why they were diligently accumulating gold and silver in the first place.

Precious metals are the world’s premier Safe Haven asset class. They have always been so. And they may always remain so.

Why? Gold and silver are hard assets. Gold and silver are real money.

Readers who think of the paper in their wallets as “money” require an education. The bankers’ paper is mere currency. It is a medium of exchange, and nothing more.

Real money (gold and silver) is a medium of exchange and a store of wealth. Money conserves and protects the wealth of the holder. Currency does not.

Would we still use and need money in some future Dark Age? Is it easier to carry your furnishings on your back, or is it easier to carry enough money to buy new furnishings?

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Amazon Online Grocery Boom? Not So Fast…


by Wolf Richter. Wolf Street:

All big gorillas have been trying, but consumers just don’t want to.

Maybe Amazon has figured out that you’re not the only one who isn’t buying groceries online. Maybe it has figured out, despite all the money it has thrown at it, that selling groceries online is a very tough nut to crack. And no one has cracked it yet.

Numerous companies have been trying. Safeway started an online store and delivery service during the dotcom bubble and has made practically no headway. A plethora of startups, brick-and-mortar retailers, and online retailers have tried it, including the biggest gorillas of all — Walmart, Amazon, and Google. Google is trying it in conjunction with Costco and others. It just isn’t catching on.

And this has baffled many smart minds. Online sales in other products are skyrocketing and wiping out the businesses of brick-and-mortar retailers along the way. But groceries?

That’s one of the reasons Amazon is eager to shell out $14.7 billion to buy Whole Foods, its biggest acquisition ever, dwarfing its prior biggest acquisition, Zappos, an online shoe seller, for $850 million. Amazon cannot figure out either how to sell groceries online though it has tried for years. Now it’s looking for a new model — namely the old model in revised form?

This is why everyone who’s online wants to get a piece of the grocery pie: The pie is big. Monthly sales at grocery stores in June seasonally adjusted were $53 billion. For the year 2016, sales amounted to $625 billion:

But it’s going to be very tough for online retailers to muscle into this brick-and-mortar space, according to Gallup, based on its annual Consumption Habits survey, conducted in July. Consumers just aren’t doing it:

  • Only 9{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} of US households say they order groceries online at least once a month, either for pickup or delivery.
  • Only 4{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} do so at least once a week.
  • By contrast, someone in nearly all households (98{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}) goes to brick-and-mortar grocery stores at least once a month, and 83{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528} go at least once a week.

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Physical Precious Metal Portfolio Swaps-Everyone Has Their Own Reasons

by Andy Hoffman, Miles Franklin:

Two weeks ago, I made the rare, bold step of proclaiming this the “most Precious Metal bullish I have ever been.”  The reason being, that never before had so many “PiMBEEB,” or Precious Metal bullish, everything-else-bearish, factors been present and/or imminent – politically, economically, and monetarily.  Including, I might add, the increasingly large odds that “ ” Trump will ignite a major war, be it in Syria, Iran, or North Korea; in each case, involving our “biggest geopolitical foe” Russia – whose Prime Minister, in response to the onerous, and entirely unprovoked economic sanctions the U.S. imposed on it last week, had this to say about the current state of Russo-American relations.

First, any hope of improving our relations with the new US administration is over. Second, the US just declared a full-scale trade war on Russia. Third, the Trump administration demonstrated it is utterly powerless, and in the most humiliating manner transferred executive powers to Congress.”

This, at a time when the global economy is as weak as at any time in the post-Financial Crisis era, with a potentially nation-destroying “debt ceiling” battle mere weeks away.  Not to mention, as gold, silver, and platinum mine supply is anticipated to dramatically decline for the foreseeable future, whilst governments’ above-ground, available-for-sale “suppression inventory” is running on fumes – as global demand, led by the Eastern Hemisphere, remains stubbornly near all-time highs; as the money printing explosion that has enabled history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme – to the point of generating “dotcom valuations in a Great Depression Era” – is on the verge of going parabolic.  Not to mention, as the Cartel’s “worst nightmare” – Bitcoin’s SegWit Activation – occurred barely 24 hours ago; whilst government market-propping has become so desperate, and blatant, it may very well be “called out” in the very near-term.

With each passing day, it is becoming more and more obvious that the world’s “leadership” is taking us down the same “99{5f621241b214ad2ec6cd4f506191303eb2f57539ef282de243c880c2b328a528}”-destroying path that all such “leaders” have traversed throughout history, amidst the terminal, malignant stage of dying fiat regimes.  And none more so than the “reserve currency”-issuing United States – which, faced with the ultimate “lesser of evils” choice last November, elected a man who, after rapidly realizing “the swamp” could not be drained, is reverting from a brief flirtation with responsible leadership to “the Donald” we all know and hate.  I.e., a narcissistic egomaniac, who may be one of the most confrontational people on the planet.  Who obviously – and ominously – believes war is not just an acceptable option to resolve the conflicts he created, but the desired choice.  Not to mention, a real estate developer who proclaims himself a “low interest rate person” – and better yet, the “King of Debt.”  Which is why, just two days ago, I penned “the most Precious Metal bullish quote ever,” when he said the following.

“I like a dollar that’s not too strong.  I mean, I’ve seen strong dollars.  And frankly, other than the fact that it sounds good, lots of bad things happen with a strong dollar.  And I do like low interest rates. I mean, you know, I’m not making that a big secret. I think low interest rates are good.”

Which incredibly, was followed up with yesterday’s “did I say yesterday was the most Precious Metal bullish quote ever?  Well, it took Trump just 24 hours to top it” article, based on this historically dangerous “tweet.”

North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States.  They will be met with fire and fury and, frankly, power the likes of which the world has never seen before.”

Heck, if it weren’t for the extremely important topic I decided upon – i.e., pragmatic actionable investment advice – I could easily have written a second “topping” article this morning, when our lunatic “Commander in Chief” not only revealed his warped potentially catastrophic “core values”; but at one fell swoop, both boasted of, and threatened to use, America’s “weapons of mass destruction.”

My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal.  It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before.”

Comically, the government’s captively-owned “media arm” attributed yesterday’s last minute “Hail Mary” rally in the “Dow Jones Propaganda Average” to “news” that Trump’s “fire and fury” tweet was not an official White House policy, but an “off the cuff” remark.  But make no mistake, there’s no Spin City or West Wing hierarchy in the White House – as perhaps more so than any Executive Branch in U.S. history, the Trump Administration is a one-man show – run by a ruthless, unyielding “CEO” who appears hell-bent on launching a major war, with one of the most geopolitically dangerous nations on the planet.

That said, I want to refocus today’s discussion on the aforementioned actions one could, and should, take to optimize their portfolios, as the “eye of the storm” created by the historic market manipulation – of all markets – has provided a potentially life-changing investment opportunity.  Which is, per last month’s “ultimate Precious Metal portfolio high-grading opportunity”; “perfect storage options to capitalize on historically undervalued gold, silver, and platinum”; and “valuation anomalies suggest historic Precious Metal lows” articles; the opportunity to optimize one’s physical Precious Metal portfolio, to capitalize on the expectations, fears, and/or constraints of your personal circumstances.  Which, as Miles Franklin’s principals can tell you from decades of experience, differ dramatically across its diverse client base.

For instance, some may want to take advantage of the historically undervalued silver/gold and platinum/gold ratios, at a time when physical premiums are historically low.  Which, care of the aforementioned “perfect storage options” – i.e. our Brink’s segregated storage programs in Montreal and Vancouver – can be cheaply “financed” with the only storage programs we are aware of (certainly, in the Western Hemisphere), that charge not as a percentage of bullion value, but at a fixed cost per ounce.

Conversely, some – like myself – may be attracted to the lowest numismatic premiums in at least the 28 years Miles Franklin has been in business; i.e., lower than during the Precious Metal bear market bottom in the mid-1990s.  To that end, care of such “optimization,” my gold portfolio is now entirely comprised of premium, high-end products – like century-plus old numismatics; and “modern day numismatics” like the limited edition, .99999 fine Royal Canadian Mint “call of the wild” series.  Which, care of Miles Franklin’s unique “Private Safe Deposit Box” program at Brink’s Toronto and Vancouver, I can store in a FATCA/FBAR compliant (according to the best of our knowledge) facility, in which only I have the keys.

That said, the reasons people make swaps are often unrelated to “profit potential” itself – but other factors, like logistics.  For instance, some people – particularly, those holding significant amounts of metal at home, may feel more comfortable “downsizing the weight” of their portfolio by swapping silver into gold or platinum; whilst others may do the same thing – not because of “weight fears,” but simplification of their estate planning process.  Heck, some may want to sell some of their Precious Metals to take a position in the “twin destroyer of the fiat regime,” Bitcoin – to take advantage of the upcoming “ultimate monetary death cross” of cryptocurrency over fiat.  Whilst conversely, some may want to take some of their windfall cryptocurrency profits off the table, to diversify into fellow “scarcity assets” like Precious Metals; that not only have a 5,000-year track record of unparalleled wealth preservation, but have been suppressed by a maniacal Cartel, which in my view will be either destroyed or voluntarily disbanded in the not-too-distant future, to their lowest-ever inflation adjusted valuations at a time when, as exemplified by Janet Yellen’s “ding dong, the Fed is dead” speech last month, Central bankers are on the cusp of history’s most hyperinflationary money-printing explosion.

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Same As It Ever Was

by Turd Ferguson, TF Metals:

While we’ve all noticed some of the extreme and historic changes to the Commitment of Traders report over the past two months, the once/month Bank Participation Report belies the fact that nothing has yet changed. Whenever price rallies, The Banks are still quick to take the short side of the trade.

First, we should probably begin this post with the usual background and disclaimer:

We’ve written about these CFTC-generated reports so many times, it would be impossible to link every post. However, nearly every post began with these bullet points. Here they are again, just so that we’re on the same page:

  • The CFTC’s Bank Participation Report is issued monthly from a survey taken at the Comex close on the first Tuesday of every month. The report summarizes the combined positions of the four largest U.S. banks (primarily JPM, MorganStanley, Citi, Goldman but occasionally others) and the twenty largest non-U.S. banks (Scotia, HSBC, DeutscheBank, UBS, Barclays and others).
  • Always keep in mind that these reports might be utter nonsense and complete falsifications, designed to mislead you and get you leaning the wrong way. In 2014, JPMorgan was fined by the CFTC for “repeatedly submitting inaccurate reports relating to the required reporting of positions”. See here:

Again, we know that what The Banks report as their “positions” provides an incomplete picture at best. Not only do The Banks maintain considerable long and short bets in the OTC market, they also operate numerous, offshore hedge funds and utilize these funds to take positions not included in the CFTC data as “commercial”. So, what good are these reports? Similar to the weekly Commitment of Traders reports, the Bank Participation Report is only useful/interesting when considered historically…and that’s what we’ll do again today.

OK, with that said, let’s take a look at the latest report that was surveyed on Tuesday, August 1 and released late last Friday, August 4.

If you’ve followed along for any length of time, then you know how The Banks make a market on the Comex. Once upon a time, The Banks operated as agents for the miners. The mining companies would hedge and/or sell forward their future production and would do so by having the agent Banks issue contracts on the Comex. The miner, through The Bank, would be on the short side of the trade and a speculator would bet on the long side. This is largely how the commodity markets functioned since they were first created.

However, over the past two decades, the amount of mining company hedging has declined to nearly zero. The most recent estimate we’ve seen showed only a total of about 270 mts of production in 2016 ( Even if ALL of this hedging occurred on the Comex, this would only represent a need for about 87,000 contracts of open interest. However, we all know that total Comex gold open interest routinely averages in the 450,000-500,000 contract range. Thus the difference between 87,000 and current open interest is simple Bank speculation.

Again, we can’t attribute EVERYTHING to the Comex and surely some of the stated Bank Comex positions are offset with other positions in London and on the opaque OTC “markets”. However, when we consider the history of the Bank Participation Report data, a clear trend emerges and its one that, unfortunately, is quite clearly still present today.

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VIPS Exposure of the Fraud Behind Russiagate Breaks Out in The Nation

from LaRouche PAC:

The Nation, the oldest journal in the United States and one of the most widely read publications among liberals and progressives, has published a powerful and comprehensive report on the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) exposure of the Russiagate hoax, after its author interviewed four of the principal VIPS members on their work. The author, Patrick Lawrence, warns of the war danger generated by the anti-Russian hysteria, based on lies, concluding: “The investigators deserve a response, the betrayed professionals who formed VIPS as the WMD scandal unfolded in 2003 deserve it, and so do the rest of us. The cost of duplicity has rarely been so high.”

The LaRouche movement took it upon itself to get the VIPS report out to the world, to break through the refusal of the Congress to investigate it, and the refusal of the media to cover it. While circulating it worldwide since its release in July, LaRouchePAC volunteers have delivered the report to every member of the House and Senate intelligence and judicial committees. Today another team is getting the report into the Old Executive Office Building and the Department of Justice.

President Trump and Secretary Tillerson have made it abundantly clear that the world’s two nuclear superpowers must be friends, not enemies. The President also directly named the Congress as the responsible party for the dangerous state of affairs between these two nations, following the despicable, near-unanimous Congressional votes to impose sanctions on Russia, and even on the businesses of our allies who do business with Russia. The Congress must be forced to end the McCarthyite witchhunt, and to launch, instead, a full investigation into the lies of the war party, using the evidence in the VIPS report.

The war party is equally engaged in the current, escalating hysteria about North Korea. While the western press is full of wailing headlines, based on a fake “leak” in the Washington Post from an unnamed intelligence source, that North Korea is capable and prepared to nuke Guam, or even San Francisco or Washington (a lie easily refuted by any competent scientist or intelligence professional), the South Korean President’s office spokesperson told the press a very different story: “I do not agree with the claim that the Korean Peninsula faces an imminent crisis,” he said on background. He acknowledged that the crisis was serious, but added: “We are working to fundamentally resolve the North Korean nuclear and missile issues at the earliest date possible, and are working with a belief that the possibility is very high.” Tillerson told the press: “I do not believe there is any imminent threat, in my own view.”

The war party is intent on driving President Trump into a war with Russia and China, and to so terrify the American population that they will support it, or at least go along with it, as they did in Iraq, Libya, and Syria. The problem lies in the psychological conditioning of the population over the generations since the death of Franklin Roosevelt, and especially since the assassination of Jack Kennedy. It is the British problem — the acceptance of empire, of geopolitics, that we can only get ahead at the expense of others, that mankind is no different from the dog-eat-dog world of wild animals. That British ideology rejects the very existence of a common aim for mankind as a whole, of what Xi Jinping calls “win-win” as the basis of the New Silk Road. It rejects the potential for creativity in every human being, which is the basis for human progress — which was once the common element of the American spirit.

This cultural decay was launched after JFK’s assassination, with the calculated inundation of the population with drugs, with increasingly degenerate noise passed off as music, with anti-science green propaganda, and with the substitution of unrestrained liberty for freedom. Now, the American population is experiencing the results: the worst drug crisis in history, affecting every family, while our industry has collapsed and the cities are crumbling, as in Manhattan.

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Andrew Hoffman – Trump Does it Again and Again

by Kerry Lutz, Financial Survival Network:

What’s Really Happening Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

  • Wednesday’s article, “Most Precious Metal Bullish Quote Ever”.
  • Trump, Re: Weak dollar
  • Today’s soon-to-be-released article, “Did I Say Yesterday, the Most Precious Metal Bullish Quote Ever? Well, Trump Took Just 24 Hours to Top It!”
  • Trump, Re: North Korea’s “Fire and fury”
  • Yesterday’s HUGE crypto event
  • Bitcoin SegWit Activation – The Gold Cartel’s worst nightmare
  • All contributing to the premise of July 27th’s “The Most Precious Metal Bullish I’ve Ever Been”
  • Etc., etc.

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