A2A with Bill Holter

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What a perfect time for another visit with Bill Holter. There was a lot to discuss and the questions posed by the listeners made for a great conversation. With the current situation seeming rather tenuous, I strongly urge you to take the time to listen.

Among the topics covered over teh course of this call:

  • the situation at DeutscheBank and how this effects other banks and all global markets
  • the vote yesterday to override Obama's veto of the "9/11 Families" bill
  • Bill's personal opinion on the proper allocation of gold and silver
  • whether or not it's a good idea to continue to hold IRA accounts
  • why someone should hold their mining shares in certificate form
  • and a whole lot more

Again, this was anothetr A2A that deserves your time and attention. Please carve out some time over the next few days to give it a thorough listen

TF

  131 Comments

DOOGIE
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:32pm

Yeah Baby !!!

In LIke Flynn !!!!

Antony von Clearwell
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:33pm

First

Well....

Edit: meant second :p. Now to listen.

SteveW
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:34pm

Thurd

OK Marchas, go ahead now.

heathbr
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:38pm

Cinco

de drinko!

Marchas45
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:43pm

Just Got Home

and Turd is early. O! Well now too listen. Keep Stacking

ChaCha Mars
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:46pm
Marcrward
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:50pm

Fourth

Marchas hunting

Keep stacking!

Turd and turdites, to clarify my question, when DB brings down the financial system fiat will still buy you stuff for a while... when the fed starts to really create digital dollars (and buy stocks) hyperinflation kicks in begins. Our mining shares will be unbelievable (as seen from our perspective right now).

Within a day or two, bullion will go dry, local coin stores and online. Does anyone disagree with this assessment? Especially Silver when governments start acquire future production from the major mines.

Our fiat currency will still buy stuff (yes it will take more) but in order for us little guys to KEEP STACKING we will have to go dig up the metal WHERE IT IS.

Whether that be tailings piles or smaller historical mines that were shut down for exogenous reasons, or known Placer (alluvial fan) deposits... gold and silver are out there now (and will be very profitable soon in fiat terms reducing the perceived risk).

Let's think through these various scenarios to understand how to position ourselves to benefit the most.

I am young and want to increase my stack, I think this MicroMining concept I coined will enable private investors an opportunity to exchange their fiat digits now for a % of the mines' net physical metal.

Thanks, discussing it here and hearing your feedback will enable my partners and I to tell our story better when the opportune time arrives (and it feels soon).

Cheers

ancientone
Sep 29, 2016 - 4:51pm

Ocho

As they say south of the border

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