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Cyber War Declared on U.S.

Huge lists of Social Security numbers – 1.1 million of them – were scattered to the winds putting credit cards, bank accounts and brokerage accounts at risk.

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Gold Chart Gold Prices 2015 Forecast

Gold Price Forecast Of Plausible $12,600 By Year 2020

MUST READ: Worldwide economic conditions are testament to Gold’s Bullish Fundamentals that support ever-rising gold values going forward into 2015

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Austin Report – 2015 Metals Outlook

How black Friday and cyber Monday turned out to be total busts, and where we might expect to see Gold and Silver headed over the course of the next year.

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Gold Price Explosion

Gold Price Could Explode at Any Moment

People running the Fed today have no clue of the danger that they are creating

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Time to Move Out of Bonds Into Gold

Growing risks in the Bond market. Stocks are looking more than frothy for 2015. A correction of significant proportions is coming. Are you prepared?

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Gold Prices Rise with Debt

How High Will Gold Prices Go?

See this fascinating chart of debt vs Gold prices

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Russia’s Putin Buying Gold for Keeps

Central Banks around the world with huge trading stockpiles of U.S. Dollars are buying Gold with the strong Dollar. Individual investors are following that trend.

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Gold & Silver Go Nuts on Breakout

Gold up a remarkable $42.90 (3.67%) from previous Friday— and up a head-turning $70 from its overnight lows

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So Far, I’ve Been Wrong

After an almost psychic ability to project each year’s Gold price and Silver price from 2001 to 2010, we stopped the price forecasting completely. Was that a mistake?

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Is 30% Gold – 70% Stocks About Right?

Checkout this stock vs gold chart to find the sweet spot from 1972 to 2013. What’s right for your portfolio?

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Cultural & Political Consequences of Fiat Money

Central features of a fiat money system tends to produce near-permanent price inflation. This contrasts with the workings of an economy based on natural monies such as gold and silver.

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Gabe Elton of Austin Rare Coins Interviews Michael Snyder

Topics covered in this hard-hitting interview range from what investors should expect from the end of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programs to the de-dollarization trend by countries around the world.

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