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Gold/Silver price objectives. Gold to $11,077 and silver to $575 between now (2018) and 2024. See: Gold Price Manipulation, the Vatican Bank and $11k Gold. Published 4/7/2018. Duration 17:53.

Gold/Debt historic ratio. A 26% backing of gold to debt ratio in 1934 and 1980 would yield an equivalent $21,000 per ounce of gold today. See: A Reset Like in 1934 and 1980 Would Mean $21'000 Gold. Published 4/19/2018. Duration 11:12. For silver it would mean $1,090 per ounce of silver, if the ratio of gold/silver is 19.26.

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  • How States/Empires Collapse in Four Easy Steps. Published 3/13/2019. Expansion, maturation, stagnation and collapse. As tax revenues fall, the ruling elites turn in desperation to debauching the state currency...
  • "These horrible people do everything" - Jordan Peterson on Price's Law. Published 9/15/2017. Peterson uses and discusses how Price's Law helps explain wealth distribution (i.e. the few rich versus the many poor), the few productive workers in a company, etc. From the video: "The median person has not done anything creative in their life, in any dimension. Whereas the few do everything. ... The square root of the domain in a group do 50% of the work. For example, if you have 100 employees, 10 of them do half the work. If you have 10,000 employees, 100 of them do half the work. As your company grows, incompetence grows exponentially and competence grows linearly."
  • Trade Isn't China's Only Worry. Published 3/6/2019. While white-collar wages are $13,000 annually, apartments in first and even second tier cities are similar in cost to desirable U.S. cities. Rent for a small flat is $800 USD in Shanghai, more than half the average salary, and typically cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy. As I've noted before, roughly 3/4 of all household wealth in China is tied up in real estate, where it is effectively dead-money, earning no yield and largely illiquid outside of Beijing and Shanghai.
  • Hayman Capital's Kyle Bass predicts US interest rates will head back to zero in 2020. Published 3/5/2019. Europe and SE Asia will probably go into recession in 2019 and the U.S. in 2020. The FED will probably lower rates to zero in 2020. Kyle Bass expects a "minor" pullback in the stock market in 2020.
  • Now that Housing Bubble #2 Is Bursting...How Low Will It Go? Published 2/25/2019. The author suggests the bubble burst will likely run from 2019-2025, give or take a few quarters. Worst case scenario is that it can drop to 2000-2002 year levels or lower, or roughly 50% or more drop in housing prices.
  • The 'Trinity' Lie exposed - Must see! God is 'ONE' not Three.-The best explanation i have heard!!! Great video. 2 Samuel 7:12-16--dual fulfillment. First to Solomon but ultimately to Christ.
  • [Updated] Best Time of the Year to Buy Gold & Silver in 2019 Is... Published 2/14/2019. Gold: This means that on a historical basis, the best times to buy are the beginning of January, early April, or early July. For silver: Early January and late June.
  • The Calendar and the Atonement - San Jose. Published on 5/26/2018. Duration 1:18:38. Christ kept the Passover on Thursday (Nisan 14), yet he was crucified on the Passover on Friday (Nisan 15). There were two ways of computing it back then. Very technical discussion. Worth watching.
  • Which Uranium Stocks Should I Buy -- And Which Should I Avoid?. He gives the 3 junior uranium stocks to buy and 18 to avoid. BUT, you have to buy his newsletter which costs $2,500 per year. No refunds!
  • Depopulation and Monetization...Like Peas & Carrots. Published 1/28/2019. Modern depopulation is a bottom up process that has been underway for decades. Monetization (central banks creating money with which they "retire" assets) is the inverse action to continue boosting asset prices in the face of depopulation and decelerating demand. Expect these two trends to inversely accelerate over the coming years...until something breaks.
  • Wealth Is Directly Linked To Current Relative Value. Published 1/6/2019. An issue that should not slip by unnoticed is that both debt and a number of paper assets has grown massively over recent decades and especially in recent years. The material world of tangible items by its nature has been far more restrained in its growth, in short, the amount of tangible goods has not matched the growth of paper assets. This is key to understanding the true risk of inflation going forward!

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