Every person in the US and Mexico is about to feel at least some pain and suffering. It looks like the hyperinflation has begun. Here are the details… Mexico matters. Big time. Our neighbor to the South has already arguably descended into complete and total chaos. Last month was the deadliest July ever in Mexico, with a record 3,017 murders, and those were just the murders that were officially reported and recorded. Of course, it’s all blamed on the cartel drug wars, and supe
Renowned gold and financial expert Jim Sinclair and financial writer Bill Holter get ready for the reset in the price of everything including gold and silver.
Sinclair also says, “It’s going to be a Friday to Monday event. There is going to be an explosion, and the explosion is a change. It may blow your mind, but the explosion would not be three or four months or a year in upticks in these items (gold and silver prices).
Oh, they are going to uptick. That’s for sure. The
Highly-compensated 'bridge loans' for illiquid Nigerian princes are so 21st century. The new-new thing in scams is exploding debit cards... As the letter below shows, the scammer are targeting Barclays customers, claiming that and "URGENT safety recall" has been issued for customers' debit cards because they could explode. "This is a matter of uppermost emergency as your card could create a pocket fire at any given moment, burning your legs and stomach terribly." The fake let
Lance Roberts sees trouble ahead. As chief investment strategist of Clarity Financial and chief editor of Real Investment Advice, Lance issues commentary weekly on the financial markets. He sees a major market correction/crash dead ahead, likely in early 2019 as the US economy offically slides back into recession -- though he's open to it happening sooner than that. Based on the huge debt / deficit excess that have built up in the economy, paired with the tremendous overvalua
Precious metals analyst Ted Butler returns to the podcast this week to discuss the long-suffering silver price. Will the beatings continue? Or is there finally reason to believe that, after seven painful years of languishing, silver may finally see a brighter future? Butler predicts a turning point is nigh. And ironically, he thinks silver's savior will be the same culprit responsible for keeping the price suppressed for all these years: Every time we’ve had a rally in the la