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Monday, October 25, 2010

Currency wars to short circuit role of Gold?

Can the Capitalist stage manage the present economy upheaval...
Currency wars point way to managing imbalances:

Despite the truce that G20 countries made this weekend agreeing not to devalue currencies to tackle financial imbalances, some fear the US has been long involved in a currency war.

The US has waged well-known wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Yet some say it is also waging a lesser-known battle that is just as costly and much larger in scale.

"The US is leading a financial world war to obtain foreign resources and essentially make other countries pay tribute to it,” Michael Hudson, contributor to the Financial Times, told RT.

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Gold surge - US & Russia..

RT | October, 2010, 10:21

The gold price has surged over the course of this year to beyond $1320 an ounce, with investor interest growing as concerns about currencies mount.

Gold futures, warrants, gold exchange traded funds, gold-mining shares – there are many ways invest in gold. But none offer the sheer sense of possession that having a bar in your hands does. Otkryitie analyst, Vladimir Savov says this can allow investors to strip out thinking about company management and hedge books, and simply focus on price.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

Gold and Silver Are Sounding The Alarm!

Precious Metal Profits Will Be Epic!- October 15, 2010

Friday, October 8, 2010

Fiat Currency will have no where to go but Gold!

Jim Rogers - Currency Wars:

October 07, 2010 - Global Currencies World Wide are being debased.

Nation states are debasing their currencies by printing money.
By printing money, the supply of money in the system increases.

More money in the system causes prices of important things you and I depend on in our every day life to INCREASE.

Our dollars buy less today than ever before. If you made 5 dollars in the 70s, you were paid MORE than you are today at 12 dollars.

Currency wars:

Keiser Report №79: Currency Wars Break Out

RussiaToday | September 21, 2010 - This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals of Greenspan's 'gold warning;' currency wars breaking out; the Veterans Administration's verbal dealers with insurance brokers raking it in on dead soldiers and Carla Bruni's hopes for raking it in after her husband's (hopefully) one term. In the second half of the show, Max goes to New York to talk to Yves Smith of NakedCapitalism.com about her book, Econned, and about stability and instability in financial markets, structural imbalances,'bad equilibrium,' trillions in derivatives and Che Guevara with machine gun interfering with Potemkin companies.