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Why Sneaky George Soros and Wealthy Friends Don’t Want Tax Cuts

  After hearing about and reading the letter from a bunch of wealthy people to Congress concerning the not-so-novel idea of not having their taxes cut (it’s a Warren Buffett hobby to make the same assertion), I thought through what I know from the past when I worked as a financial advisor, with my specialty setting up estate planning for individuals with significant assets. So when Soros and gang made their assertions, I know immediately something didn’t smell right, and when examining it in regard to Soros, […]

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U.S. Debt Will Double to $40 Trillion in 7 Years – Gold Will Soar

Speaking at the New Orleans Investment Conference recently, Brien Lundin, the editor of Gold Newsletter, President and CEO of Jefferson Financial, said the price of gold will likely to do the same at the end of 2017 as it did at the end of 2015 and 2016. That means the Federal Reserve will hike rates in December, and will be a catalyst to push the price of gold up in 2018. An increase in the gold price is “inevitable,” according to Lundin. The obvious reason for that […]

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Peter Schiff on Defending Assets against Stock Market Bubble

Peter Schiff recently talked about his favorite way to survive what he sees as an unprecedented stock market bubble. He noted that the Federal Reserve has inflated three stock market bubbles already in the 21st century, and sees this one as the largest and most dangerous. Schiff says the way the government bailed out investors in 2001 and 2008 was by inflating an even larger bubble to take the place of the one that had just popped. He says he thinks this one is too big to […]

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Gold Against Cryptocurrencies: Why You Don’t Have to Choose

Gold has been taking a back seat for some investors who have gravitated toward acquiring cryptocurrencies. Goldman Sachs doesn’t believe investors should abandon gold as a store of value, as it’s proven for thousands of years it’s the best at protecting assets. Proponents of cryptocurrencies on the other hand, note that the coins have acted in similar ways as gold in regard to scarcity, and Bitcoin and others have responded to geopolitical events in a similar way as gold has. Having said that, it’s not really accurate […]

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Dangers of Fed Launching Quantitative Tightening – How to Survive and Thrive

For the first time in its history, the Federal Reserve announced it is going to enter into a prolonged period of quantitative tightening. That’s the opposite of quantitative easing, which adds money to the economy; QT takes it out of the economy. Below is a video explaining what the potential implications are, and how it may have an impact on us. Some of the transcript from the video on the Federal Reserve and its announced quantitative tightening plan, with my insights on how to defend, prepare yourselves, […]

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