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Silver Shares or Silver Bullion? Learn the dangers

Today we have our good old friend the Federal Reserve coming out and they’re trying to beat down this dollar bleed out that’s been taking place, and they just want to put a nice little reminder out for everybody that they are going to be raising interest rates again so don’t get too excited and so we seem to put a temporary stop on to the hemorrhaging US dollar. They’re blaming it on “everyone’s focused on Trump’s plans now”.

One thing I wanted to discuss gold ETFs and silver ETFs. They have been rising in popularity due to the convenience they’re also easy to trade there’s no need to store anything. No one is going to break in and steal shares. One of the hidden dangers that we find in the structure and the operation of ETFs, and a few investors are unaware of this. The reason that people buy gold and buy silver is to hedge. They buy it as a safe haven, to be able to protect their assets.

Considering the public’s waning trust in the banking system many investors they’re forgetting one thing that really needs to be understood.

for example SPDR gold trust GLD the largest most popular gold ETF is an investment fund that holds physical gold to back shares. At least that’s what they say. Now you can only claim your physical gold or take physical delivery if you own a minimum of 100,000 shares most investors don’t. At a $1,000 a share a hundred thousand shares is a million dollars, and so they provide cash.

The big issue that a lot of people don’t really consider is the fact that these major banks are the custodians of your SLV or GLD shares. For example they use HSBC to source and store the gold and so trusting in your custodian of your gold or silver, while we’ve been seeing a massive bleed out in the financial sector
One big thing to focus on and why it is a major risk is if you’re buying gold or silver for an economic collapse!

What initiated the 2008 financial crisis?

If you think back there was an announcement made in the papers that Lehman Brothers was bankrupt prior to that it was business as usual. Everyone had their money in, everything was normal, everything was running just smooth like an engine. they announced that they were bankrupt at which point there was a massive shock and the stock market went red everything went under. Mass amounts of wealth was lost in a moment of time now Lehman Brothers was one of the biggest financial institutions in the world at that time. So we also have to pay attention to put people like Deutsche Bank and people keep saying that’s old news, but it only takes a single headline to bring down this entire financial sector, they’re all interconnected bring them all down HSBC will not be untouched untainted from this and these massive banks when one goes, they all go just like a set of dominoes.

now these banks “holding” your gold or silver if the reason that you’re buying gold or silver is to be able to protect yourself in case of another financial collapse that’s what we see the world all over is buying silver and gold right now because they see that there is a great danger going on in the stock market. They See it doesn’t make sense anymore according to typical investing
this collapses here and it’s imminent. Not having physical gold and physical silver in your possession leaves you in a position that’s not very advantageous especially whenever the normal litigation process is not going to be operating as usual. in fact they’re going to take their gold take their silver go to their nice bunkers that they’ve laid out for themselves while the rest of us all duke it out fighting over food and you’ll see empty shelves and violence! that’s not going to be very beneficial for you to have a bunch of paper shares.

there are some benefits because some people want to take advantage of the short-term price of gold and silver and they want to get into ETF trading and they wanted to make a short profit and they can move in and move out so there are some benefits in the short term.

but if you’re buying gold or buying silver for this collapse that you can see coming. If you can see through their net, you can see through all of their smoke and mirrors. you see that as soon as the US dollar begins to bleed out the Federal Reserve is out there desperate to try to slow the move on gold they see that this is unconventional what is taking place what
They know they’re losing control of gold they’re losing control of silver, they’re losing control of the dollar they’re losing control of the economy, they can no longer keep up the facade.

so they’re coming out desperate just please make us headline news again. Everyone remember there’s going to be more interest rate hikes. what we’re seeing is the end of their system the end of their manipulation you don’t want to be left when the musical chairs comes to a stop. You can benefit from getting into it now in shares. But when the music stops on this game of musical chairs you don’t want to be left without your seat.

What is The Federal Reserve How Did a Private Bank Seize American Economy


The Federal Reserve System or simply the Fed is the central banking system of the United States. It was created on December 23, 1913, with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act in response to a series of financial panics (particularly the panic of 1907) that showed the need for central control of the monetary system if crises are to be avoided. Over the years, events such as the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Great Recession during the 2000s led to the expansion of the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System.

Based on the opening statement I want to draw your attention to two very important factors. Crisis was created to bring about it’s creation And Crisis is the vehicle that has granted it more power. previous attempts were made the bring the united states under private centralized control but heroic wise moves were made to end this takeover. The Banks that run the federal reserve are anything but federal. Dating back to the same institutions conquering of Europe. When the United States was formed much of the constitution was written to prevent the same type of infiltration. Like Congress has the power to issue money. the need for silver and gold as money.

But their time-tested strategy is panic and economic crisis. Which few realize that possessing such vast sums of material wealth in 1913 the Rothschilds owned much of European wealth through central bank control. It always afforded them enough capital to infiltrate the U.S. Stockmarket and institute a panic. The old modo never let a good crisis go to waste. So they presented themselves as the perfect solution. The back door meeting on Jekyll island was filled only with conspirators who knew the reason for the takeover. The Panic was to make the public accept their devious plan. The term Federal was adopted so future generations would be fooled and unaware that a private bank had used subversive tactics to take control of the issue of the peoples money in the United States.

For this very reason Crisis is guaranteed. They Gain more control through panic and have the finance and power to initiate panic at any time. There is no coincidence they have instituted the same plan in nations all over the world. it was never created for prosperity but private banks bought control of our nations money and have become the most powerful organization ever known. If they are discovered Panic will make the people forget. independent ownership of silver and gold by the citizens is the only course to rectify this situation. there will never be elected another president that will end their reign of power since the last attempt by John F Kennedy.

The inevitability of a Dollar Collapse

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From it’s beginning The powers that control the world banking cartel knew the extreme profit and control that can be generated from a freely floating fiat monetary system. The Federal reserve was never meant to bring prosperity or to stabilize the United States. It’s purpose is subjugation and extraction of goods from citizens under such a system. With an increase or decrease of the money supply and the ability for governments to operate in debt They are no longer bound to normal rules of economics.

The system has a flaw It was known by those who sought to institute it. After the Second World War, a system similar to a gold standard and sometimes described as a “gold exchange standard” was established by the Bretton Woods Agreements. Under this system, many countries fixed their exchange rates relative to the U.S. dollar and central banks could exchange dollar holdings into gold at the official exchange rate of $35 per ounce; this option was not available to firms or individuals. All currencies pegged to the dollar thereby had a fixed value in terms of gold.

Starting in the 1959–1969 administration of President Charles de Gaulle and continuing until 1970, France reduced its dollar reserves, exchanging them for gold at the official exchange rate, reducing US economic influence. This, along with the fiscal strain of federal expenditures for the Vietnam War and persistent balance of payments deficits, led U.S. President Richard Nixon to end international convertibility of the U.S. dollar to gold on August 15, 1971 (the “Nixon Shock”).

That says it right there. Seeing the benefit of the German government’s ability to create currency without backing and it’s ability to sustain the war was astounding and gave those in control of the printing press great power. Also holding the Gold most of Europe was afraid to lose during the War The united states found quickly they were unable to sustain the economy if the European nations extracted their gold. A devious plot was hatched to disconnect the dollar from Gold and Offer to the European nations More paper dollars which all of these countries we’re now using for gold exchange. For a very brief time this had benefits but it is an unsustainable system. By the end of the war German citizens we’re using their currency to keep their houses warm. It was worthless.

This was meant to be a temporary measure, with the gold price of the dollar and the official rate of exchanges remaining constant. Revaluing currencies was the main purpose of this plan. No official revaluation or redemption occurred. The dollar subsequently floated. In December 1971, the “Smithsonian Agreement” was reached. In this agreement, the dollar was devalued from $35 per troy ounce of gold to $38. Other countries’ currencies appreciated. However, gold convertibility did not resume. In October 1973, the price was raised to $42.22. Once again, the devaluation was insufficient. Within two weeks of the second devaluation the dollar was left to float. The $42.22 par value was made official in September 1973, long after it had been abandoned in practice. In October 1976, the government officially changed the definition of the dollar; references to gold were removed from statutes. From this point, the international monetary system was made of pure fiat money.

Now as of this post Gold is valued at $1,246.20 it is a slow bleeding of the purchasing power of the U.S. Dollar And the certain consequences of this system is always a currency collapse, in this case the pain will be felt around the World. Silver and Gold as then is the only way to preserve purchasing power and it’s rise will continue until the dollar no longer is valid

Canadian Banks On Verge of Collapse It’s the Citizens who feel it. Subscriber Submission


First off,I would like to say great shows, thank you for reporting on real issues.

Recently in Canada, a story is starting to unravel, whistle blowers recently approached our media to cover a story on how they are pressured to keep unrealistic sales quotas and many have admitted to having to break regulations in order to obtain their sales targets to avoid losing their jobs such as increasing credit card limits and overdraft limits without customer consent or knowledge which in return higher interest rates collected once a customer spends above the initial limit they once thought they had. Another tactic is to convince customers they need a certain product that they do not even qualify for, example credit card or loan insurance are sold to seasonal/contract workers that do not qualify to receive such in the event that employment is loss and unable to find new employment in time to maintain payments. More tactics, harassing customers at home calling then several times a day to sell products. Customers are lured into taking more credit then they can handle, such as adding debt to their mortgage to buy toys, live above their means or to buy stocks and other similar products. Luring customers into investing in certain products that they advertise as doing well but aren’t. Many of those dealing in the sales of these types of products require certifications and many of those selling them to not posses the proper qualifications required to do so. This is just scratching the surface.

I know currently they are just whistle blower accounts but I believe them. I know many who are now in debt trouble because of the same tactics and as a customer, I experienced my fair share of some of the acts mentioned above and more from 2 different banks, i am now on the 3rd bank in 11 years to get away from their shady practices. Freezing bank accounts for up to 10 days ( in order to verify the legitimacy of a payroll deposit, in reality it should be instant or up to 3 days max) then bouncing checks (rent, utilities and such) and charging the customer 40$ for each bounced payment when all along sufficient funds are in the account. Cancelling credit card payments in order to gain extra charges and once again increase interest rates from 7 % to 24% because of it( as per the contract clause for missed payment) . In my opinion they payment isn’t missed if they are the ones that cancelled it. These are some of my experiences, who knows what else other Canadians have experience that hasn’t been brought forward ( we are a pretty docile crowd i know lol ).

These big 5 banks are Scotiabank, RBC, CIBC, TD, BMO. They have been recording record profit and record growth, for some as much as 40% growth compare to last year. Many of the bank call center jobs have been outsourced to India in order to reduce operating costs ( RBC is famous for that) Our economic reality here in Canada is very similar to yours, media and government are advertising all this growth, added jobs and how well Canada is doing but it is nothing but smoke and mirrors. Reality is we are a resource based economy and since oil tanked we have been taking a real shit kicking.

Here is a bit of information on our economic circumstances to better help you understand what is happening here. I am from New-Brunswick and had to leave my home province because the economic circumstances were so horrible 10 yrs ago (and they still are) I knew my best chance would be to work in a low paid job, with or without post secondary education so I left as soon as I was old enough to do so. Quebec is a welfare state much like Greece, they suck the federal government dry with little desire to contribute to the economy and always have been. Some of our first nation communities (aboriginal or indian, whatever you call it in the US) live way below poverty and go without many of the necessities of life, many don’t even have running water going to homes and communities, have terribly underfunded social programs , for example schools, medical care , some even no roads or bridges to connect them to cities which are all supposed to be government funded. It impacts their ability to get proper education, jobs and provide for their families,communities and contribute to Canada’s economy in a healthy way. Lets skip all they way out to Alberta and the prairies, the cash cow of Canada, things were well while oil was at a healthy price. our oil and energy sector employed many including workers from the failed economy provinces and also provide much support to social programs to other provinces so everyone can have a basic standard of living in a program we call equalization payments. In the meantime, eastern Canada refuses infrastructure to transport our oil to them in a safer, more cost efficient manner but continues to import foreign oil at higher cost to them and from nations linked with terrorism instead of using a domestic product. In much of our country, wages have stagnated for quite some time now but cost of living is increasing real fast, across the country, many are living under the poverty line, since the oil plunge, many of us in Alberta remain jobless, we took wage cuts to remain competitive,some up to 30% ( which is about 20 years worth of wage increases) meanwhile many companies (in all sectors ,engineering, oil,retail, service, fast food) have all these advertising for job positions that do not exist or they will not hire us Canadians and claim that they could not find qualified Canadians to fill positions in order to obtain permission from our government to get access to the TFW program , the acronym stands for temporary foreign workers and they are allowed to pay them less. I had a total of 3 months of work under my qualifications, yet I was training such workers for 2 out of the 3 months. They are supposed to be a skilled labor force but they are not, they don’t even speak English and have no ability to communicate and no translator. An other factor, much like your retail sector, ours is bleeding money all over the place because folks just don’t have the funds to shop anymore, in turn eliminating more jobs,Many manufacturing jobs were sent overseas and in mexico, lay-offs in the oil and energy sector by the 100’s of thousands, TFW’s being hired everywhere. Massive amounts of corporate welfare and bailouts yet increasing taxes on the middle class in various forms( income tax, sales, tax, carbon tax etc). Credit card delinquencies, auto and mortgage loan defaults are on the rise ,yet real estate sector is higher then it’s ever been. Banks and oil companies are screaming record profits from the rooftops As you can see there is something not quite right all over.

Now back to the banks, it is impossible for banks to be profiting at the rate they claim and be operating in a legitimate fashion and adhering to our federal regulations meanwhile average Canadians are struggling to survive and pay their bills or are jobless, Robberies/scams are on the rise, the continued outsourcing of jobs and labor force and many industries, restaurants, large retailers and small businesses failing at the rate that they are. Many of us are turning to alternative ways like gold and silver to retain whatever wealth we can against an entire system rigged for our failure and ramping inflation. Many others have just simply given up. Our finance minister has agreed to do an investigation in the banks practices so I am sure they will be interesting details that will surface as these stories gain momentum in our media as more customers and workers come forward in the next few months.

good day and happy stacking 😉

Inflation Guarantees A Rising Silver Price


When You look back since the departure from the U.S. Gold standard The purchasing power of the U.S. Dollar has decreased by 96% The issue we face coming to this debt ceiling is not that we have a decision to make.  It is that we have a flawed money system.  Reagan knew this.  He began issuing silver and Gold Coin through the U.S. mint in the 80’s.  The

Reagan knew this.  He began issuing silver and Gold Coin through the U.S. mint in the 80’s.  The monetary system being switched over to a freely floating fiat system has been destined for debt.  It is destined for a fall.

Gold and silver an their true value most of our society are oblivious to.  That is largely because through the great recession most of the millennials don’t have a dollar to spare.  let alone put any thought to investing or preservation of wealth.  Almost everyone who has money has precious metals.  Most of our society is mainly trying to get high or survive week to week.  crushed under student loan debt.  why would they know?  But those who have extra money to spare should be aware of the certainty of our currency will continue to devalue and the result will be loss of wealth held in the U.S. Dollar Gold and Silver is the only viable alternative.