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Obama Orders Boots on the Ground! – We’re at war. We’re putting boots on the ground. We’re not waiting around for the host nation’s government to get its affairs in order, or for a regional coalition to commit first.
The president has apparently overcome his reluctance to use the military, his worries about a commitment to intervene without an exit strategy, and his usual reluctance to acknowledge (even implicitly) that his administration was wrong when it assured us that there was nothing much for us to worry about.
So back to my headline question… how can you tell stocks are in bubble territory? When the headlines read… Stocks rally on Fed thoughts.. This may be some indication that we might be in bubble territory! I mean really! Stocks went up on Tuesday and CNBC cited that it was because of FED thoughts?! That’s ridiculous!
It seems that no matter what news flashes across the screen, stocks go up, but remember… the higher they rise, the further they fall.
OECD cuts US growth forecast, warns on risk assets – A stuttering recovery in the U.S. and the continued fragility of the euro zone means that risk assets are “mispriced,” the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned on Monday.
In its Interim Economic Assessment, the Paris-based research organization became the latest to suggest markets are at risk of a sudden correction, stressing that the current bullishness appeared “at odds” with the “intensification of several significant risks.”
Did You Know… The U.S. National Debt Has Grown By More Than A Trillion Dollars In The Last 12 Months – The idea that the Obama administration has the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie. According to the U.S. Treasury, the federal government has officially run a deficit of 589 billion dollars for the first 11 months of fiscal year 2014.
But this number is just for public consumption and it relies on accounting tricks which massively understate how much debt is actually being accumulated.
If you want to know what the real budget deficit is, all you have to do is go to a U.S. Treasury website which calculates the U.S. national debt to the penny. On September 30th, 2013 the U.S. national debt was sitting at $16,738,183,526,697.32.
As I write this, the U.S. national debt is sitting at $17,742,108,970,073.37. That means that the U.S. national debt has actually grown by more than a trillion dollars in less than 12 months. We continue to wildly run up debt as if there is no tomorrow, and by doing so we are destroying the future of this nation.
The chart that I have posted below shows the exponential growth of the U.S. national debt over the past several decades. Anyone that would characterize this as “under control” is lying to you…
Now onto the breaking news that matters….
The Silver Sentiment Cycle – Does this month look more like another bottom in silver and another top in the S&P, or does it look like a new paradigm with responsible leadership in the political and financial worlds, lasting employment, prosperity for all, declining debt, and a balanced government budget?
What is Different This Time?
Probably not much! The patterns are similar, but the potential rally from present prices in 2014 looks like it could be even larger than the 1977 – 1980 rally. Why? See below. In the early 1970s silver went from “ho-hum” to “enthusiasm” to “wow, who would believe it could go to $6.40?” After the 2008 crash silver went from “going back to 5 bucks” to “enthusiasm” to “wow, who would believe it could go above $45?”
Are you buying silver instead of bonds? Are you buying silver instead of S&P indexed funds? Are you buying gold instead of earning 0.10% interest in your saving account? Are you preparing for a financial future based on real assets instead of paper promises secured by the integrity of politicians and bankers?
US Dollar Topping? Carter Worth says be ready for a pop in gold’ – Gold bulls have not had an easy time of it lately. The precious metal has lost ground in seven of the past nine weeks. The move comes on the back of a surge in the value of the dollar. The US Dollar Index, which compares the greenback to a basket of major currencies, rallied to a 52-week high over the past month.
But according to Carter Worth, chief market technician at Sterne Agee, the dollar is about the turn around—potentially leading the gold price to stage a serious rebound.
When it comes to the recent slide in gold prices, “we think the opportunity here is to take the other side of it,” Worth said on CNBC’s “Options Action” on Friday, when gold also hit an eight-month low. “We think the massive rally in the dollar is overdone, and you actually can catch a pop in gold.”
To make his point, Worth starts with a chart of the U.S. Dollar Index.
Do NOT Let the “Strong” Dollar Illusion Lead Your Wealth Preservation Strategies Astray – Recently, I’ve read many stories about the “strong” dollar from mainstream media financial “journalists” that are paid by pro-USD banking cartels to promote such rubbish propaganda.
The strong dollar illusion is sold to the masses because the dollar is never compared against the real money of gold but only to its weak siblings of the Euro and British Pound. Stand a 95 pound weakling next to an even greater 80 pound weakling and one can produce the illusion of strength, but stand him next to a 200 pound athlete with 6% body fat and the illusion quickly disappears. Who is that 200-pound athlete? – Physical, not paper, gold.
Long-term I am still extremely bullish towards physical gold and silver prices and very bullish towards gold/silver mining share prices as well. Why is this, you may ask? After all, did I not just discuss the massive PM and currency manipulations in which Central Bankers are engaging, and can’t they engage in this manipulation forever to control gold/silver and currency price movements? Quite succinctly, the answer is no.
There are plenty of signals underneath the surface of the mainstream media that point to the unsustainable nature of these manipulations and of developing massive pushback from many countries around the world that are tired of their economies crashing due to their links to the Euro and the USD.