A Visit with Marin Katusa


Earlier today, I had the opportunity to visit with fund manager, analyst and best-selling author Marin Katusa.

Over the course of this call, Marin and I discuss:

It was a real treat to finally have the opportunity to visit with Marin. I'm confident that you'll enjoy listening to this interview.



Mar 10, 2016 - 10:09am

This action in Gold is a serious threat

This action in Gold is a serious threat to all central banksters around the globe.

Confidence in their game is starting to erode. This is big. Things could accelerate now.

Safety Dan
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:55am

Why gold could climb nearly

Why gold could climb nearly 20% in the next 12 months

From Brett Eversole, Analyst, True Wealth Systems:

Gold is up… And it could go up a lot more…

A gain of 16% to 19% over the next year is entirely possible, based on history.

Let me explain…

Yesterday, I told you about the buying opportunity that just appeared in the Japanese yen. The story for gold today is nearly identical – but the potential gains are much bigger.

The yen has three things in its favor:

  1. It has fallen dramatically since 2011,
  2. It has jumped recently in a short period, and
  3. It’s “up” over the last 12 months, for the first time in years.

These last two things had led to great returns over the NEXT 12 months, based on history.

Gold is in almost the same situation as the yen – but as I said, the upside is much greater…

From its peak in 2011 to its trough in December 2015, gold fell 37%. But since then, it has clearly “broken out.”

This breakout comes thanks to that big 8% gain in January… and another 11% gain in February. But monthly gains of that size are rare.

This has only happened 7% of the time, going back to 1975. Importantly, this extreme monthly move is a good thing for gold prices going forward… The table below shows the full details…

More than 40 years of history show that when gold climbs 8% or more in just one month, it tends to outperform going forward. And that outperformance is consistent, regardless of the time frame.

Importantly, based on the extraordinary performance in January, gold could deliver a gain of up to 19% over the next year.

Like the Japanese yen yesterday, it’s not just the one-month move that’s important…

Gold is actually “up” over the last 12 months. This is big news.

A positive 12-month stretch in gold returns has been tough to come by… Since the end of 2012, only two months showed positive 12-month trailing returns (out of 36 possible months) – until 2016.

Again, like the yen, gold does extremely well after a positive 12-month performance. Take a look:

Specifically, this is the performance of gold in the month AFTER a positive 12-month gain, annualized.

In short, you want to own gold, now.

Yes, gold has done well… but based on history – these solid recent gains tell us that we could have more to come.

Good investing,

Brett Eversole

Crux note: In this month’s issue of True Wealth Systems, Steve and Brett alerted readers that their gold “Super Signal” is finally back. This gold system has delivered outstanding 46% annualized gains when in “buy” mode over the past 40-plus years.

This signal is rare… But their computers are now giving the all-clear to buy gold. You can learn exactly how you should be taking advantage of this opportunity with a subscription to True Wealth Systems. Click here to learn more.


J Siefert
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:53am

Not sure...

right now if we have lift off or the effing Titanic is sinking.

Turrrrrd, help!!!

Exter's revenge
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:51am

Black is finally black

For years whenever one of the central banks did something to devalue their currencies they would slam gold. What do you know Dragi pisses allover the Euro and gold gets slammed, for about 10 minutes. Gold's rally today is a huge deal!

The pyramid is collapsing get your gold before its gone!

Mar 10, 2016 - 9:44am


I totally agree with you. I've been listening to him PUMP for over 3 years now.

You can also include UEC to the list of promotions along with BRIZF.

The CEO of BRIZF is the exact opposite of what he described we should be looking for in a CEO.

Safety Dan
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:30am

Representative Jason Chaffetz

Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says he wants to take away the guns of the Bureau of Land Management and their “Rambo” ways.

Representative Jason Chaffetz, the Republican from Utah, says he wants to take the guns away from the Bureau of Land Management and the Park Service, although he is pro gun rights. Introducing a bill that would do just that, he is serious in this matter.

He likens the agents to “Rambo”, and he said the Oregon standoff at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge influences his decision.

Also, he feels the Sheriff should have the highest priority as a law enforcement authority in a County. They are elected by the people of that County, and the BLM should respect that.

So, this gives me hope, and it seems the murder of LaVoy Finicum is reaching the highest offices in our government.

Chaffetz said he also wants to issue subpoenas to the “out of control” federal agencies to learn why they want to purchase submachine guns. He said he has had repeated meetings and sent letters to the BLM’s national director, Neil Kornze, with no satisfactory response to his questions.

“I want to know what kind of arsenal they have. I’m met with blank stares,” he said. “They’re wholly unresponsive. They don’t feel compelled to answer our letters.”

He said the BLM abruptly canceled its contracts with local county sheriff’s offices in Utah and relationships have diminished in a significant way. He met with local sheriffs Tuesday to discuss his proposal, with a couple of the men predicting that the congressman’s legislation will receive support.


See videos here: https://investmentwatchblog.com/representative-jason-chaffetz-r-utah-say...

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10/20 8:30 ET Housing Starts
10/20 1:00 pm ET Goon Evans
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10/21 2:00 pm ET Fed Beige Book
10/22 8:30 ET Initial Jobless Claims
10/23 9:45 ET Markit Oct flash PMIs

Safety Dan
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:28am

Caught With Your Hand In The Cookie Jar USG?

Former Mexican president said authorities have yet to extradite El Chapo because they fear he could “spill the beans” about corrupt politicians

Submitted by IWB, on March 10th, 2016

San Francisco del Rincón (Mexico) (AFP) – Former Mexican president Vicente Fox said Tuesday that authorities have yet to extradite drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman because they fear that he could “spill the beans” about corrupt politicians.

“If I were president, I would extradite him immediately,” Fox, who led the country from 2000 to 2006, told AFP in an interview at his Centro Fox office located at a ranch in central Guanajuato state.

“Why hasn’t he been extradited? Perhaps because there is fear that he will squeal, that he will spill the beans.”

President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration refused to extradite Guzman after he was arrested in February 2014 and the Sinaloa drug cartel leader humiliated the authorities by escaping through a tunnel 17 months later.

After Guzman was recaptured in January, Pena Nieto changed his mind and called on the attorney general’s office to speed up the extradition process.



Safety Dangoldcom
Mar 10, 2016 - 9:24am

@ goldcom

I think there is many tons of gold here and in Switzerland. There was 1200 tons in the Zurich airport left by Marcos years ago that has disappeared. The many tons discussed and contracted suggest the gold was here in the Philippines. Just a Bush knew the Philippines was the richest country in the World.

Where is the gold? I don't know if its in Manila as indicated on the video. However, I've seen a current and past Governor 'disappear' his problem wife, while increasing the size of his personal zoo. Then allow pictures to be taken of his personal yellow submarine. Where did he get all those millions of dollars to do that? I and another have visited over 30 past excavated gold bar sites, from the Japanese. One learns certain things exist to validate a real gold-site. I've found a cave where a Japanese ship could pull into and chairs of stone with Japanese names. I've taken pictures of real gold bars weighing in excess of 160lbs. Craig has seen the pictures of the gold bar being validated as real.

With all the experiences and info, plus more, I would guess there are many thousands of tones of gold here. Not just the 27 tons the Central Bank of The Philippines acknowledges. Who is in control of the gold is another story. Its been enlightening to chase the sites down, meet old WWII vets and some of the family of Roxas here in Baguio. Marcos stole Roxas's gold. Recently World court found Marcos family liable and passed judgment in favor of Roxas estate for $22 Billion. That occurred in either November of 2013-4. That would have to be about 1,000 tons by itself in one site. The gold is here somewhere..

Mar 10, 2016 - 9:23am

Thanks Central Bankers

At this rate we will all become billionaires.

Ever hear of that book, " The Penniless Billionaire"?

The German Hyperinflation, 1922-1923

In the autumn of 1923, Lott Hendlich, a German widow in her fifties, returned to her native Frankfurt after an absence of more than four years in Switzerland. In 1919 she had gone to spend a few pleasant weeks in a Swiss village where her relatives lived. But almost immediately, Frau Hendlich broke her hip in a fall. During her long convalescence her chronic cough became worse, and the doctor attending her advised her that she was suffering from advanced tuberculosis. The months and years of her illness dragged on interminably even though her relatives were genuinely solicitous (they insisted on defraying all her expenses, including the fees of her doctor). At last, in September 1923, she was "cured" and considered well enough to return home. Her much longed-for homecoming soon became a nightmare.

In the stack of accumulated mail she found three letters from her bank; they delineated her ruin. The first–written in mid-1920 by a minor bank officer who had befriended her–advised her "to invest most of the funds in your rather substantial bank account" (amounting to over 600,000 marks, or the equivalent of more than $70,000 at the exchange rate prevailing in 1919). "It is my judgment," the writer continued, "that the purchasing power of the mark will decline, and I suggest you try to guard against this through some suitable investment which we can discuss when you come into the bank."

The next letter, dated in September 1922, and signed by another officer said, "It is no longer profitable for us to service such a small account as yours. Will you kindly withdraw your funds at the earliest opportunity?"

The third letter, dated several weeks before her return from Switzerland, announced, "Not having heard from you since our last communication, we have closed out your account. Since we no longer have on hand any small-denomination bank notes, we herein enclose a note for one million marks."

With gathering panic Frau Hendlich looked at the envelope that had contained the letter and the million-mark note. She noticed that affixed to it there was a canceled postage stamp of one million marks. Her bank account–which four years before seemed large enough to provide her with a serene existence to the end of her days–had been utterly consumed by inflation and could no longer pay for an ordinary postage stamp."

Mar 10, 2016 - 9:19am

Impressive Gold surge

+ 30$ from its low in just one hour. Someone is buying.

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