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When the average investor thinks about gold, they may view it as an inflation hedge. Or maybe as crisis insurance. Or perhaps solely as a portfolio diversifier. These are all good reasons to own gold—but those are always good reasons to buy precious metals. Mike Maloney’s reasons to own gold and silver at this point in history are very different than what passes as standard arguments.
Here’s How Quickly Your Wealth Can Be Wiped OutIt’s the two greatest drivers of any investment: greed and fear. Greed can drive an investment to bubbly highs. But the ensuing crash—and there’s always a crash after a bubble—can wipe out your gains in a flash, leaving little or no time to react.And that’s the fifth reason why Mike Maloney buys gold and silver: most assets classes are due for a crash—and in response, market psychology will drive gold to dizzying heights.
By continually using stimulus to deal with crises & not letting creative destruction take over, you make a subsequent crisis more likely by passing the problem along to some other part of the global financial system, & usually in bigger size.
The IMF recently announced they had underestimated the global debt problem by an estimated $13-$14 TRILLION dollars of global debt. A simple rounding error?
And as a “supra-national” reserve asset, gold plays an important role in it.
"We suspect that the central bank will reiterate its dovish stance and likely weaken the dollar in the process,"
It’s probably the oldest investment adage: buy low, sell high.So what is “low” today? And just as important, what is “high” that we should avoid buying?As Mike Maloney points out in his new video of the Top 10 Reasons he buys gold and silver, everything is a scary investment—except precious metals.That’s not just talk. Here’s a snapshot of just how overvalued the three biggest asset classes are…StocksYou undoubtedly know that the US stock market is at an all-time high. But it’s more than high—it’s in runaway mode…
There are no guarantees when it comes to investing. But due to how our current monetary system is structured, and how central bankers will undoubtedly respond to the next crisis, gold and silver are guaranteed to benefit.And that is Mike Maloney’s Reason #7 why he buys gold and silver: they come with a central bank guarantee:It all centers around the constant erosion in the value of our currency. The Consumer Price Index (CPI), the government’s primary gage of inflation, has marched higher for the past 40 years.
It’s a bold statement, but Mike Maloney predicts that based on history, the US will be forced into a new monetary system by the end of this decade.As he explains in his new video, Reason #8 Why I Own Gold and Silver, the world has formed a new monetary system every 30-40 years. The US is overdue.Many citizens aren’t aware of it, but America has had four monetary systems in just the past 100 years:That’s why Mike believes the US dollar is overdue for its demise…History Says the US Dollar Has an Expiration Date
“By many metrics, this market has never been more expensive. . . . What goes up has to come down. . . .
The scale of this lending greatly increases the risk of a future funding crisis if inflation ever forces the US Federal Reserve to tighten hard
Don't think that could happen?, It’s been done in the U.S. twice before in the past 80 years.
The "Libertad" silver ounce, the value will be adjusted upward, benefit the saver, who will retain his purchasing power no matter what may happen with inflation.
Fed Stanley Fischer, August 2015: Key factors in holding down inflation – have already started to diminish.
Once a government moves beyond the protection of liberty, it becomes a government by, for, & dominated by the greatest liars.
The Derivatives Bomb That Could Wipe Out Your WealthAs high and obscene as the US national debt is, it’s lint on your shirt compared to the size of derivatives.Derivatives have become so large, so complex, and with a truly unknown level of risk, that the first failure could ignite a chain reaction that wipes out the wealth of most investors.
You may not know how old your national currency is, or even know what the word “fiat” means, but the following pictorial will tell you what’s happened to all of them.No fiat currency has lasted forever. Eventually, they all fail.That’s the message from Mike Maloney in the first installment of his band new video series, The Top 10 Reasons I Buy Gold and Silver. We’re counting down his Reasons, and #10 is that “all the world’s currencies are fiat, and fiat currencies always fail.”
The Fed has tried to reduce its balance sheet six times in the past, with five ending in recession