"Crazy - A Story of Debt" by Grant Williams

Our friend, Grant Williams, produced this new video last month for publication on his excellent service "RealVision TV". It's now publicly available and it's a MUST WATCH, particularly with today's FOMC minutes and Friday's pending BLSBS sparking again all of the ridiculous "rate hike" nonsense.

This production is simply tremendous and we are all indebted to Grant for the time and effort it took for him to produce it. Please watch it and then forward the link at least once. Toward the end, be sure to note that this was originally published three weeks ago and then check to see what has happened to global interest rates in the time since.

As we discuss here almost daily, the global Central Bankers have doomed us all to a fate of economic collapse. We call this The End of The Great Keynesian Experiment. This tremendous new video lays it all bare for everyone to see.



2c piece's picture


Thank you for posting.  Now to read. Wow 3 threads in one day, and we haven't had the evening podcast yet.

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AlienEyes's picture

ty ?

Who is "ty" ? 

Captain Scott's picture


Ive been out of it all day and of course come here before i even bother to seek out the news - They aren't really going on about hikes again are they?!?! really?!

luvabean's picture

so, out off curiousity...where's everyone's cutoff price at?

i am thinkin' i will find it hard to stack at 50 bucks an oz. for silver, and who knows how dang high gold will be by then... still chippin' away what i can rite now. at $50 i will shift more into full swing preps and food...
while tryin' to save for a very badly wanted  ar 15. my budget is very delicately balanced these days...
btw, alieneyes...."ty" is short for thank you<3

RickshawETF's picture


What a day in the PM markets!  SLW touched a new high, and the call options were on fire!

I bought SLW Jan 20 17 $33 Calls on 6/28, and in 5 trading days, they're up 151.8% !  cool

RickshawETF's picture


The plan is to stack now, and just sit on the sidelines when silver hits $50.

At $50, I plan to cash in enough ounces (assuming I've liquidated all my paper assets) to pay off my mortgage . . .

RickshawETF's picture

Trader Goes "All-in"

In an eyebrow-raising trade on Tuesday, one trader bet that the gold ETF, ticker symbol GLD (NYSE Arca: GLD), could keep soaring through the summer. Specifically, that trader purchased 66,000 of the September 135/140 call spreads for 96 cents each. Since each options contract accounts for 100 shares of stock, this is a $6.3 million bet that the ETF could rise as high as $140 — or another 7 percent from the current price of around $130.

AlienEyes's picture

Thanks, bean.

I had no clue since I still use English.

silver10sguy's picture

CNBC guests Trashing Gold Big Time

Wow!  These guests talk confidently with the most lame reasoning for gold to be headed lower.  What garbage!  I can't wait to see the looks on their faces when gold and silver head much higher.  

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EDIT: Ouch. 11ish.  System keeps locking up.  Damn Daniel.

EDIT@: Audrey II growth update: Feed Me Seymour:

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Turd Ferguson's picture

That WellsFargo guy is a complete idiot


Here's the same buffoon from back in September:

silver10sguy's picture

Cut Off price for buying silver

Luvabean,     I have been wondering the same thing myself about when to stop buying silver.  I will probably buy up to around $30.  There is no inflation LOL but my bills like property taxes, car insurance, condo insurance, concealed carry insurance, etc are going higher.  I may have to increase my out of the banking system cash stash too. 

luvabean's picture

dang rickshaw! you gotta' GIANT stack!!!!

haha! awesome brother!!!! yeah, i will probably continue to purchase, albeit smaller quantities, until it's impossible to obtain. i want to sit on it for awhile...possibly years out. i started buying in '12, but luckily accumulated the most when it was down in the 14-15 range. i have no debt, alas, also no assets. i am hoping to get alittle home on some land if all plays out well. for now,
just like poppa says...
"keep stackin'!" <3<3<3

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@ swineflogger & silver10sguy

great squash haul!!!!! what variety is that? it looks like an overgrown albino zucchini! yum yum!!!<3
yeah, silverguy...i have my budget divvied up for long term food and canning, bullets, bills, silver, petty cash and medicine/emergency gear....then a piggy bank for more "protection". pretty much in that order, depending on circumstances at the minute.
i also like to stack nickles as they're worth more than their face value, and pre '82 pennies. yeah, i'm the crazy girl that carries a roll around and swaps out all the spare change dishes when i gas up or run in for coffee. ;} i get some weird looks but whatever...don't care...i just smile back and thank them for letting me raid the "candy" dish<3

rnrjimmy's picture

Lucky 7

I've just been happy with my little ole over 100% on ASM. Now at $2.85.

Hi Ho Silver!

RickshawETF's picture


My original goal was to accumulate 1,000 ounces, then it was to amass my weight in silver, then it was my height in monster boxes, then to acquire 5,000 ounces, then 10,000 . . .

Now, it's about converting remaining paper assets into physical; paying off all debts; and buying me a new Glock 17 . . . wink

luvabean's picture

@rickshaw.... i love raising goals!

i am much smaller in scale...but have been following the same procedure! awesome buddy! i am very happy for you...these last couple days must be very exciting for ya!!!!!

rckymtn's picture

I think its good to have a

I think its good to have a set sell point but I'll likely say at X price I'll sell 25%...then X+Y I'll sell another 25%.  However If we are in a hyperinflationary event then I'm not sure I would sell any and keep buying whatever I can get my hands on.

2c piece's picture


I am one of those hip youngsters (we are the same age).  Ty stands for thank you.

Lintltj5's picture


Funny you say that. The only thing I've ever swapped my silver for was my Glock 23. It was the spring of 2011 so I timed it perfectly I guess.

Dirt_Reynolds's picture

So the lady and I watched Crazy

There was some laugh out loud shit in there.


Almost as funny as


Funniest book I ever read. Break it out every now and then for a laugh.

47 Protons's picture


What an amazing video!! Something to share with the Ostrich  friends, for sure!

89%s/9%g/1%pgm/1%fiat... not counting Glocks and tools  ;-)

go JNUG go!!! 


2c piece's picture

Ty luvabean

I just saw that you answered the question.

AlienEyes's picture

2c piece

I am a geezer and I don't text. From my perspective, texting is the worst thing to ever threaten the English language. I won't miss it again 'cause I'll know next time.

rxman's picture


Love geezers that are fast learners myself included lol rxman

Royal Flush's picture

What is a...


bean - I have already stopped at 20 wanting the last major beat down. On the other hand i have plenty now and I am usually wrong ; so I might have to deal with the amount I already have. It would be nice to have a couple 1000 hectare ranch but whatever.

Keep prepping girl - u will get there! :)

2c piece's picture


winkI am still quite young, but I am a couple of months older than you if you go by years. I remember your posting your age at your last birthday.

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2c piece

GEEZER !  laugh

Lugnut's picture

I keep raising my goals too.

Thought that I had enough precious metals a few years back. But while still working, and able to save a little, I look at that $ in the bank, remember that it's fiat, and say to myself that I better trade that for something safe. And so it goes. So, it's time to order some more metal now. Just waiting for that little pullback that Turd says might happen.

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