Nice bright shiny yellow metal. It's a tried and tested way to protect yourself from eventual calamity that the worldwide financial system will deliver at some point in the future. I've written about gold before here and here but the basic premise has been for some time that all is not well with what the elitist cabbalist 0.01%ers have left for the rest of us. Jim … [Read more...] about Why All The Fuss About You Owning Gold Is Simply Smart Investing
It's not just the writers at Zero Hedge who have been covering the lunacy and falsehood that is US GDP this but their article last week claimed that it took $4 in new debt to create just $1 in GDP for 2016. Zero Hedge also relate another shocking aspect of the US economy: it is now at a level of 350% total credit/GDP, a level which has been relatively flat since it peaked at … [Read more...] about Zero Hedge Lays Bare The Lunacy and Falsehood of US GDP (Whilst I Blame Greedy Pig Financial Banksters)
Monthly from the Shares and Stock Markets Portfolio beat the FTSE 100 but not the S&P 500 or the Dow Jones Industrial Average: SASM Portfolio: 1.46% FTSE 100: 1.26% S&P 500: 6.63% Dow Jones: 7.07% Considering the losses suffered by the S&P and The Dow in the previous months and the (unfounded) bullishness emanating from mainstream media a rebound was … [Read more...] about 1.46% Monthly Gain: March Portfolio Value Report 2016
Here is a direct copy and paste from my About Me page and goes to the heart of why I write this blog and invest for the future of my children: The 2008 economic meltdown saw the collapse of my fledgling accounting business because my clients were themselves going out of business because their clients were going out of business. Since then I’ve been on a personal mission to … [Read more...] about Why I’m An Anti-Globalist Stock Market Value Investor
The only thing that's an absolute certainty is that the vast majority of people will remain utterly clueless as to "what money is" until the very second AFTER they learn that their "fiat debt notes" are worthless...or that the bankers took all of their digital zeroes and ones they "believed" were "money in their account." In the meantime, most will remain blissfully … [Read more...] about Is It Too Late To Buy Gold?
In an article I wrote at the beginning of February - How To Avoid The Crush As Central Banksters Slam The Value of Money - I warned that the globalist criminals who head up the world's central banking Ponzi scheme are and have been destroying the value of currencies not just in their own jurisdictions but the world over. Now it seems their hell-bent crusade to make everyone … [Read more...] about 3 Examples Why The Switch To Electronic Currency Is Gathering Pace
Welcome to the first Monthly Portfolio Value Report. This is where I detail the investments I've made during the previous month (if any) and how the growth of The Shares and Stock Markets Portfolio on a total market value basis is going. I'll also post the lessons I've learned and the problems I've encountered and how I intend to deal with them in the future. Total … [Read more...] about Monthly Portfolio Value Report January 2016
Technically we are already in a bear market. Most of the world's major stock markets around the world are down 15% for the year and have had their worst start to a year in the history of the stock market. The term 'stock market crash' refers to a drop of 50% or more in the value of stocks the momentum of which is driven by panic-selling usually induced by bleak economic … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons Why The Stock Market Should Crash
UK growth slows as fourth quarter GDP growing by just 0.5%, from Reuters: For 2015 as a whole, Britain's economy grew 2.2 percent, down from 2.9 percent in 2014, when it was the fastest-growing major advanced economy. The global slowdown means Britain is still likely to have remained near the top of the pack in 2015 Although this spin makes things sound cheery I'm not so … [Read more...] about How To Avoid The Crush As Central Banksters Slam The Value Of Money
Sardines does not even come close. I'm not sure about the manufacturing process of fishing for and tinning sardines but one thing's for sure: sardines have more room to maneuver in a standard tin than passengers on the Northern Line from Embankment. But my face being unceremoniously shoved into a strangers arm pit was the least of my worries on my commute home to the … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Gold Will Make A Come Back – Notes From Gold, Bears And Traders Show
I think the gold markets have bottomed. I think they bottomed last summer So says Rick Rule, the best-known natural resource investor in the world last month. There is some room on the individual balance sheets after four years of deleveraging, which means that we are seeing a bit of pick up in consumer spending. But what we aren't seeing is a pick up in individual income, … [Read more...] about I Think The Gold Markets Have Bottomed. I Think They Bottomed Last Summer.