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Silver Eagle Sales Limits Ends, Silver Prices Tumble in May

May 31, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Bullion 2014 American Silver Eagle sales held at very strong levels in May even as the silver market turned down for the third month in a row.The bullion coin numbers were aided, albeit, from a mid-month sales adjustment that saw April’s total drop and May’s figure lifted. But first, in precious metals futures, silver prices […]

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2014 Silver Eagles, Silver Proof Sets Advance Most in Sales

May 29, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Silver Eagles and silver proof sets fared best during a mostly slower buying week, according to the most recent United States Mint sales stats. Of the three top selling silver collector products though, only one managed to advance at a faster pace than it did in the previous report. Weekly sales for the 2014-W Uncirculated […]

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New Bubble-Highs In U.S. Markets Prove No Tapering

May 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

By Jeff Nielson, Bullion Bulls Canada

Previous commentaries have remained consistent to a central theme. The U.S. Federal Reserve would never/could never reduce its hyperinflationary money-printing, unless its intent was to detonate the myriad (fraudulent) U.S. asset-bubbles, which it was largely responsible for inflating.

First readers were provided with detailed reasons (and evidence) as to why the Fed could never “taper” its money-printing (let alone deliver the “exit strategy” which B.S. Bernanke promised would take place in 2009). The Fed’s money-printing – which has now degenerated to simple counterfeiting – was (is) the only thing propping-up the U.S. Treasuries market.

In turn; this Treasuries market fraud was/is the only thing delaying the debt-default of the bankrupt U.S. economy. And it is only this illusion of solvency which makes it possible to prop-up the U.S. dollar – the world’s “new Tulip”. But the dollar, itself, is the primary instrument of all the U.S.’s (i.e. the One Bank’s) economic crimes and market-manipulation. Thus the bankers’ entire paper empire of fraud/crime is wholly-and-completely dependent on not simply maintaining, but endlessly increasing U.S. money-printing.

This reasoning was buttressed with a chart which regular readers have seen on many occasions. It depicts an extreme exponential function, an out-of-control spiral in Federal Reserve money-printing. As a basic principle of mathematics; all such out-of-control exponential functions can only end in explosion (or implosion, if one simply ‘pulls the plug’).

In this case; “explosion” would be represented by hyperinflation: the U.S. dollar (literally) going to zero. Implosion (as previously noted) would mean ceasing or even “tapering” the money-printing, in order to deliberately detonate all of the U.S. economy’s bubbles. The U.S. economy and its equities markets have not imploded, ipso facto Fed money-printing has continued, full-tilt – if not escalated from previously announced levels.

It was also explained to readers how the Federal Reserve is perpetrating its money-printing fraud: via literal counterfeiting. The Federal Reserve has two levers with which it “regulates” (relentlessly increases) its money-printing: a visible lever (“quantitative easing”), and an invisible lever (its so-called “0% loans”).

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