If you look close enough, you can see the shadow of the matrix. You can smell the stench of boiling frogs.
If you were prepared for the Great Financial Crisis of 2008 and wonder when it will even follow through - now is the time re-check the financial earthquake kit.
Behind the scenes (or rather, behind the curtain of propaganda) the most influential of the banking class is sending out smoke signals.
It seems that silver has not started to be regarded wildly as money yet. High price of gold indicates, that rich people started running away from fiat's
The next collapse will come wrapped in some other fear-laden, false flag-riddled tragic disaster meant to distract and protect the elite.
Silver is what it is. The paper price goes up or down, but your stack doesn't transform.
This is a time when people will look back on us and see this moment as the tipping point where the average man began to understand modern finance and monetary system.
The Fed will continue to be the buyer of last resort until the population and culture wake up to "bank holidays, runs and/or "bail ins".
Modern finance based on a rootless, backless, untethered and pervasive institution.
"You don't want a world where silver is $350 or gold is $10000". Maybe not. But...
Commenting on these markets over the last decade, I often wonder how long they can keep it all together. The entire house of cards has stood up much longer than anyone has expected.
I’m guessing this is about the only audience that could understand what happened recently. During a conversation with a coworker, a statement was made
I think the last 2 comments are a bit over the top. If the dollar goes completely worthless and we have to barter using old coins we got bigger problems
The current Au to Ag ratio tells the story very clearly ... one would think that a blind man could see it. But the truth of the matter is this ... Main
The Federal Reserve does a survey “Survey of Consumer Finances” (SCF) every three years, 2007, 2010, 2013 etc. In that survey they have as section for