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Buy Into An Asset Bubble Before It Becomes A Bubble

Let’s face it, the trillions of fiat currency printed by Central Banks globally, which has been compounded by an even greater amount of debt issuance derived from the printed currency, has fomented multiple assets bubbles of historic proportions. Bitcoin is a bubble. The FANG stocks plus Tesla, among dozens of other daytrader and hedge fund momentum darlings, are bubbles. Novo Resources, for now, is a bubble.

Rather than buying into today’s bubble valuations, real money can be made anticipating the next asset bubble sector. Please note that I consider cryptocurrencies to be de facto fiat currency because they share many similar attributes with electronically produced Central Bank currency. When the fiat currency experiment fails, which it will (please see Voltaire, et al), the next bubble will form from the race out of fiat money into real money – gold and silver. The bubble will not be gold and silver. The bubble will be the derivatives of gold and silver:  mining stocks.

William Powers, of MiningStockEducation.com, invited me onto to his program to discuss the precious metals market and investing in junior mining stocks. Junior mining stocks are extraordinarily undervalued and will likely be the next great asset bubble – Bill and I discuss why and several other topics:


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More Evidence The Fed Is Losing Control Of Gold And Silver

“Chinese miners are competing to secure gold assets, because there’s a consensus that domestic demand will far outstrip local supply due to fast-growing investment demand,” Wang Rong, an analyst at Guotai Junan Futures Co. said – in response to the news that the Silk Road Fund is spending $2 billion to buy a gold mine from Glencore

I am highly confident of two facts that will be difficult to prove with certainty until after the event: 1) the eastern hemisphere is accumulating more physical gold and silver than can be possibly tracked by western propaganda sources; 2) the western Central Banks are losing their ability to control the price of gold and silver with paper derivatives (Comex futures, LBMA forwards, OTC derivatives, lease agreements, hypothecation agreements).

#2 is occurring because the supply/demand deficit of physical gold and silver that can be delivered to the buyer demanding delivery is exerting powerful upward force the on oversupply of fraudulent paper metal. GATA predicted this event would begin to occur eventually back around the turn of the century. It took longer than any of us thought it could but here we are:


The Fed/bullion banks have been throwing a record amount of paper at the Comex, especially in relation to the declining amount of physical metal reported to be available for delivery into that paper. And yet, they can’t push the price of gold and silver despite incessantly repeated and aggressive attempts since late February.

There is a massive move higher coming in the entire precious metals sectors between now and the end of the year. My Mining Stock Journal will help you take advantage of the move. I focus on lesser-followed junior mining stocks with huge upside potential. You can subscribe plus receive all the back-issues by clicking here: MINING STOCK JOURNAL

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Gold, Silver And Mining Stocks: The Bull Market Has Resumed

Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the latest move up in the price of gold is that it has occurred with India’s imports shut down since March 1.   Gold imports had fallen off during February as the industry was anticipating that the Government would cut the 10% import duty on refined gold bars.  Instead, the Government announced an excises duty on non-silver jewelry.  The jewelers industry went on strike, which effectively shut down the gold market in India since March 1.

This past weekend the finance minister of India assured the jewelers that the Government would not harass the jewelry industry for collection of the tax.  As a result, the jewelers ended the strike.  The jewelry industry contributes close to 4% of India’s GDP.

The end of the strike also means that the India’s gold imports will resume and will likely include a big “snap-back” spike in demand, which should be a catalyst to more than offset the current intervention attempts by the Fed and the western bullion banks.

The mining stocks are up 78% since January 19, when the HUI index briefly traded below 100.   This may seem like an unsustainable move.  However, in 2008 the HUI doubled between late October and December 31, on its way from 150 to 636 by mid-September 2011.

Jason Burak of Wall Street for Mainstreet hosted me to discuss the deterioration of the U.S. and global economy and the financial markets.  We discuss why the junior mining stocks currently represent an opportunity to make lifestyle-changing money by investing in them now:

If you are looking for good mining stock ideas, try out my new Mining Stock Journal. It’s a bi-monthly newsletter which will provides exclusive market commentary and analysis plus in-depth NewSSJ Graphicresearch on a junior mining stock idea. The current issue presents a Canadian gold exploration junior that is largely undiscovered yet has a “de-risked,” advanced-stage gold mine development. This stock has huge upside potential. You subscribe from this link – MINING STOCK JOURNAL –  or by clicking on the image to the right.

The idea presented in the first issue is an emerging larger-cap gold/silver producer that is up nearly 20% since March 4.