A2A with Dr. Dave Janda of Operation Freedom

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Our old friend, Dr. Janda, stopped by today for an extraordinarily informative webinar. You should be certain to carve out some time to give this a thorough listen.

Usually, we lay out bullet points listing the various subjects discussed by the guest in these webinars. In this case, I really wouldn't even know where to begin. Just do your self a favor. Take some time and listen to the whole thing.

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  Refresh
Dec 7, 2017 - 4:47pm
bently
Dec 7, 2017 - 4:20pm

My apologies, Marchas!

You are 4th by your own choosing, but 1st in the hearts of Turdville.

Here is a quote by Ted Butler from a recent Steve St. Angelo article on price suppression that speaks to your wisdom and patience.

"Whether to participate in a manipulated market is something everyone must decide. To me, the choice is easy. Virtually all price manipulations in history have been of the upside variety which caused prices to be higher than they should have been. Buying an aset priced artificially high is a surefire prescription for eventual financial loss. But because the manipulation in silver is of the rare downside variety, the price of silver is artificially low, thereby guaranteeing eventual profits for those taking advantage of the opportunity."

Steve St. Angelo goes on to say that, while he agrees with Ted Butler that the banks are controlling the silver price, the majority of manipulation is taking place by propping up the stocks, bonds & real estate values, estimated in 2015 by Savills World Research at 372 trillion -- and the Central Banks manipulation is focused on keeping these values from falling.

The coming surge in the silver price will be due to the disintegration of the global oil industry and the negative impact on the value of stocks, bonds and real estate, rather than the number of bullion banks silver short positions.

So -- Keep Stacking!

landplanner
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:51pm

Infrastructure

Get it built before the paper burns. China did it. We can too. Use as many devaluing dollars as we can to convert to tangible assets that we can launch productive growth from again. Default. Do-over. He's good at BK. Creditors not so much.

Marchas45
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:50pm

Guess I'll Take

4th Man this one was a toughie thanks to bently Keep Stacking

bently
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:34pm

Salute to Dr. Dave

Brilliant physician, brave fighter for free people, constitutional principles and honest money.

bently
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:29pm

Apologies for the computer

Apologies for the computer jump...

But it does seem like we may transition pretty rapidly to a let er rip economy with the Fed under enormous pressure not to raise rates too fast. Trump wants it all, tax cuts, spending, and an easy Fed. Copper has barely budged during recent days when the PMs have been getting pounded. If and when everything soon start to kick in, with velocity increasing, and the Fed continues, under pressure from Trump, to go slow, the PMs are gonna have a lot of catching up to do, strong dollar or not. Obviously, jmho.

joeblack
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:28pm
bently
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:16pm

Can you follow -- no itthis total absurdity

At some point, with tax cuts straight ahead and Trump going full bore on his stimulus/infrastructure plan, whatever it is, we are going to make the transition from a cratering economy to one that is hitting on all cylu

bently
Dec 7, 2017 - 3:16pm

Can you follow -- no itthis total absurdity

At some point, with tax cuts straight ahead and Trump going full bore on his stimulus/infrastructure plan, whatever it is, we are going to make the transition from a cratering economy to one that is hitting on all cylu

Dec 7, 2017 - 3:10pm

Can you follow the logic of this because I can't

Trump is finally going to unveil is TRILLION dollar "stimulus plan".

This massive debt increase spikes bond yields (which makes sense) but, in turn, strengthens the dollar vs the yen (huh?).

With the USDJPY surging through 113, stocks rally and gold is shitcanned...al because the US will print another trillion and slide that much deeper into debt.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-07/yield-curve-spikes-trump-unvei...

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