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Gold and other commodities are headed for the stratosphere as many other assets crash and burn!
Gold has embarked on an historic bull market that I still believe will ultimately see the metal reach $20,000
Will the planet have the commodities required to create globally sustainable, renewable energy sources?
The road to $5,000-$20,000+ gold prices...
The World Edges Closer To A New Monetary System
We’ve been watching and waiting for the transition to a new reserve currency linked to gold, a transition that will be manna for gold investors.
Here is an astonishing walk through the once great United States and the remarkable investment opportunity that lies ahead.
Over the last year, broad-based measures of commodity prices have been one of the greatest and most intense moves in this century...
We have to recognize we are not facing a crisis that will affect some nations but one that will affect the entire world...
IN THE FIRST 40 YEARS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, OWNING GOLD (BURYING IT IN YOUR BACKYARD OR BUYING AN ETF) OUTPERFORMED THE S&P 500 - WITH DIVIDENDS REINVESTED IT OUTPERFORMED THE S&P 500 FIVEFOLD. CASE CLOSED!
It’s critical for the world to grasp the true nature and magnitude of the challenges we face. I’m doing my best to sound the alarm in these interviews and in my latest book China’s Rise and the New Age of Gold.
While the U.S. Dollar staggers to remain the world's reserve currency... China waits in the weeds to launch their 'golden' eYuan digital currency.
The world is embarking upon a green revolution, positioning commodity scarcities such as gold and copper at the centerfold.
A new reserve currency is inevitable... the dollar-gold relationship is more critical now than ever.
Investors should prepare for both outcomes. Above all, that means owning gold. If the world chooses the wiser path, it will require massive amounts of commodities.
Are We Headed For Deflation Or Perhaps The Better Side of Inflation?
The stage is setting for what economists are calling a ‘monetary reset’
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