My head is going to explode trying to explain why the gold bubble is about to burst, can I try this crowd out and maybe you can critique my
What is artificially inflating the price of gold?
1) Actual inflation is occurring because of paper gold flooding the market, which has been the driving factor behind lowering the price of gold from
what it should be. Now most investors are, or have, sold their paper gold, and kept their real gold. Why is this? Once the markets start to realize
that the paper gold is worthless, they are hesitant to buy it. The real powerbrokers get out long before the jig is up. Once they are caught, it is
too late, and those who didn't get out are left holding the bag. A bag full of paper.
2) The price of gold is a indicator of the real value of the USD. Almost every major commodity is pegged to the dollar. Oil, would be one of the
largest. Now that the fake gold is released into the market, there should be a dip in the price of real gold briefly, until people realize it was fiat
all along, but because of inflation and the market speculation, the price will continue to rise until the bubble bursts.
What bursts that bubble? The Fed, is my prediction. Once the interest rates are raised to start reigning in that fiat currency, and real dollars start
to dissapear. An interesting thing happens.
As the Fed stops loaning, the dollar will not gain strength, because when the banks stop borrowing the exorbitant amounts of money, the markets will
crash. Uncertainty will follow like a rabid dog, and the dollar will fall like a brick. So the Fed is only left with this scenario or to kick the can
down the road. Both lead to the Dollar declining either through hyperinflation or deflation.
With the real truth of the Fed's loaning practices, as stated in my other threads, of giving out quadrillions between 2007 and 2010 in secret hits the
markets, the dollar will lose almost all purchasing power, and no matter who you try to sell gold to, no one will buy. You won't be able to buy bread
with it. You won't be able to pay your basic needs with it.
Now that the major players have dumped their paper gold to make the market volatile, they have taken that money and invested it into Agriculture,
Natural Resources, Land, Mining Rights, and the likes.
Those commodities will skyrocket, because it will be the only thing that is sellable, buyable, tradeable.
And then guess what they buy up for pennies on the dollar? Gold, Land, Everything. The sheep will be sheared and they will be begging for 1/100th of
what they paid per ounce of gold.
It is what has always happened
It is only valuable if you can manipulate it. It is basically the lining to the shackles of the debt slave, who is so oblivious to reality, that as
long as his checking account has a positive number, he believes he is not a debtor, an indentured servant. Even with a mortgage over his head, he
believes he is not in debt. Even with a US debt of over $50k per person doesn't seem to matter to average debt slave.
Gold is the money of Kings, Silver of Gentleman, Barter of the Poor, and DEBT is the money of SLAVES.
Please understand that this quote does not mean that poor people can not afford gold, ever.
It means that gold is meaningless to a person who can not manipulate it's value. The same with silver, and the poor at least create something of
For the proletariat, there is only debt.
You think you're pretty slick if you understand it, I did once, but we're not. Even if we lived in a matrix, as some people believe. You still die in
the matrix when you are shot. In this world, where value is assigned to tangible items that are valueless to God, you can not buy food without them.
You can not survive without the chains around your neck. Get a clue, you're a slave.
edit on 2011/8/22 by sbctinfantry because: (no reason