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The Circus Is In Town


 -- Published: Friday, 27 February 2015 | Print  | Disqus 

A three ring circus is performing – to entertain and impoverish the western world.

Ring # 1:     The Euro tragedy is “extending and pretending” into a Greek drama.

Ring # 2:     Iraq 3.0 is in beta test mode based on weapons of mass propaganda.

Ring # 3:     The conflict in Ukraine is performing flips followed by flops.

Aiding and abetting the circus acts are the global fiat currencies – the dollars, euros, yen, rubles, and what-have-you currencies that central banks print in excess to create the illusion of wealth and solvency.  We have our devaluing fiat currencies or we can invest in a safety net – gold.  It should be an easy choice!

Devaluing fiat currencies:

   zimbabwe1

Choose real money:  

2006_AE_Gold_Bullion_Hi-Res_Obv

To help choose between devaluing currencies and real money, examine these log scale graphs and find their common elements.

P-USgovt

P-SNAP

O-gold 40yr

All three graphs show: 

  1. Long-term well established trends
  2. Exponential increases over 30+ years
  3. The likely future.

The official US gold hoard is supposedly 260,000,000 ounces which represents about $300 billion dollars in current value.  The SNAP program spends that much in about four years.  The US government spends that much in less than 30 days.  I fully expect US government expenses will increase and I fully expect China, Russia and India will accumulate as much gold bullion as possible at these inexpensive prices.

  • How can gold prices remain low when US government expenses and debt increase exponentially, thereby causing the dollar to devalue?
  • Will the next recession and war decrease expenses and debt?
  • Will Asia dump their gold in return for fiat dollars, euros, or yen?

CONCLUSIONS:

  • The US government has consistently increased its expenses from 1980 as shown and since 1913, not shown.
  • SNAP (food stamp) program costs increased erratically and inevitably. This program alone consumes the entire official US gold hoard every four years.  Really?
  • Gold prices have increased erratically and exponentially since 1971. Given the exponentially increasing government debt and ongoing military adventures, gold prices will inevitably reflect the declining value of fiat currencies and rally much higher.

Gary Christenson

The Deviant Investor


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 -- Published: Friday, 27 February 2015 | E-Mail  | Print  | Source: GoldSeek.com

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