Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, issued a warning at the G7 meeting. The G7 is a meeting between the world’s major economies.
Perhaps Sanders and Trump are right; maybe it’s time to take a fresh look at the power elite…and how they are running the country.
I’ve explained in recent weeks how the monetary elites are looking to engineer higher gold prices to generate inflation since nothing else has worked.
Gold is money, but it’s a different kind of money. It’s not central bank money. Gold is the exception to the currency wars.
When the interest rate hike rumours grow, which will inevitably change the sentiment, gold will reverse its trend.
An economy that loses 9,300 full time jobs, but gains 20,200 part time jobs, probably isn’t an economy that’s experiencing real growth and prosperity.
Don’t think of the banking sector as old and broken. Instead, think of the opportunity that lies within the solution.
While we think we think for ourselves, there is a very powerful propaganda machine out there that is designed to influence public opinion.
If total market profits fall further than dividend payouts, the ratio will increase. That’s part of what happened in 2008 and 2009.
GDX tracks the overall performance of gold miners, where 55.4% of the companies are listed Canadian stocks. In other words, the gold euphoria has gone global.