DECODING THE FUTURE For Stocks, Real Estate, Gold & Silver

What if you knew what the markets were going to do before they did it? What if you knew the ultimate destiny of stocks, real estate, and gold and silver?” That’s how Mike Maloney began his presentation at the Gold & Silver Summit in San Francisco last week. His 56-minute talk is now available by video (below) with just-released bonus features. Mike tells the audience upfront that not only do we know what’s coming, but we can profit from it. “We were left with a roadmap that we can turn into a treasure map.” It’s an exciting proclamation, though not everything coming will be pleasant. So what is this roadmap? And how do we turn it into a treasure map? To get those answers, we have to go back to 2002, to a speech made on a frosty night in Washington D.C…
“I Told You What We Were Going To Do—and We Did It”
You’ll recall that Ben Bernanke was the head of the US Federal Reserve in 2002. He made a speech at the National Economist Club, titled “Deflation: Making Sure It Doesn’t Happen Here.” The presentation was posted on the Fed’s website. It is this speech that became Mike’s roadmap—and that’s because virtually everything then-chairman Bernanke said the Fed would do, they did. It’s actually quite remarkable when you compare his statements with the subsequent actions the Fed carried out. Their Roadmap is Our Treasure Map
Because global central bankers continue to print money, drive interest rates lower, run up debt levels, and spend more money than they bring in, we are headed for an even greater crisis than what we experienced in 2008. And because we know the roadmap central bankers are using, we know how to invest. As Mike says, “Gold and silver are the only financial assets that come with a central bank guarantee.”
The guarantee isn’t something printed on a coin or bar; the guarantee is that central banks will never stop creating currency.
The next crisis will force central bankers to repeat all of the steps above. They’ll pull out the roadmap Ben wrote in 2002 and implement the same strategies.And those strategies from central banks will drive gold and silver to gain more in purchasing power than any other asset. This is a brief moment in history where we know exactly how to position our portfolios.

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Big Thrust into Precious Metals in Trump’s First Term

Will the Trump Administration have an economic calamity in the bond market because of the heavy global debt load? Precious metals expert David Morgan says, “Yes, something will take place before the four years is over. I can almost guarantee that. The math is just too simple to see, and you are already seeing it in the bond market. I am very confident because how the bond market is reacting and the amount of paper that has been pushed upon the system that cannot tolerate any more. Things will unravel in some way, shape or form. . . . I think before that four year time frame (Trump’s first term) is over, we are going to see that big thrust into the precious metals.”

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Ukraine to Become Next Country to Go Cashless; Plans National Digital Currency

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Blockchain, the trend in 2016

Major corporations like IBM, and even nations, embracing the Blockchain technology is what’s happening right now, and it takes courage to be on the cutting edge. China recently announced that they would put their entire social security system on a Blockchain. Yet, creating a new national digital currency on its own Blockchain is a house of cards from Futurama. The goal here is abundantly clear, as this comes out of the nation’s Cashless Economy project, tying in with their current national payment service known as the “Ukrainian Payment Space.”

“The NBU, like other world central banks, is considering an opportunity of introducing a digital form of national currency using Blockchain technologies,” reads the report from the National Bank of Ukraine.

Don’t let the qualifier fool you. A central bank doesn’t make an announcement of this nature if the national digital currency isn’t well on its way to seeding their “Cashless Economy.” Late last year, the African country of Tunisia put their national currency on a Blockchain, the first of its kind. Bitcoin and its innovative Blockchain technology are changing the world as we speak, and that may not be a good thing in all circumstances.

When a nation moves to a cashless society, it sounds great, until you realize that no cash means no privacy and no accountability to the nation’s banks or governments. The ability to obtain and transact in cash is important for citizens because it gives them the ability to divest themselves from the banking institution if their policies, rates, service or fees are no longer competitive. The ability to move to a bank of their choice could be gone forever.

How will you hold a national currency accountable when all of your funds are in their matrix. Will you have to leave the country to avoid direct taxation or mass economic surveillance? A “run on the banks,” when depositors remove their funds all together from a bank in trouble, is the ultimate balance of economic power. Banks and governments remove this power from the people with a closed-loop, fully digital system they control. Plus, this nationwide system can easily be used to monitor and record every financial transaction for ultimate control of the populace. So cash bans are bad news because cash is one of the last bastions of privacy, liberty and personal financial control left.

If you are one who trusts all governments and central banks implicitly to do what is best for all of its citizens economically, then this should be of no concern to you. However, people who use Bitcoin and other decentralized digital currencies rarely fall into that category. How many Bitcoin owners will say “Guess I don’t need Bitcoins anymore, now that my country has gone digital,” my guess is not many.

How many in the mainstream will say that? Too many. Maybe is that the point?