This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Gregory Mannarino, Kinesis Money, Commodity Culture, Arcadia Economics, and SD Bullion.
Gregory Mannarino reports on crude oil being in “contango” and tries for a rebound as the Dollar falls again and the Fed plays dangerous games. Andrew Maguire joins Kinesis Money to discuss why the Federal Reserve will revalue gold in 2024. Rafi Farber of the End Game Investor joins Commodity Culture to talk about hyperinflation of the Dollar restoring gold as sound money. Rafi Farber on Arcadia Economics discusses rate hikes being over and how silver responds. SD Bullion reports on another bank failure, CPI lies, and bullion demand exploding.
Nov 17, 2023
Important Updates! CRUDE OIL IS IN “CONTANGO.” What This Means For Crude Moving Forward. Mannarino
LIVE! Dollar Falls AGAIN! Crude Tries For A Rebound. The Fed. Is Playing DANGEROUS GAMES. Mannarino
Nov 17, 2023
In this week’s episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire reveals the Federal Reserve’s Achilles Heel: the exchange of deflating dollars to undervalued bullion, ask asks why anyone would buy treasuries when they could buy gold.
Andrew explains how global central banks are accruing physical gold ahead of this game-changing event. The precious metals expert and whistleblower reveals there may be only 35 trading days until a possible gold revaluation.
Nov 17, 2023
Rafi Farber of the End Game Investor is patiently waiting for the monetary system to collapse and the dollar to die so that humanity can move on from the cycle of endless wars and government corruption and return to sound money in the form of gold. Rafi discusses the devolution of politics in the West, the connection between erupting conflicts, central bank gold accumulation, and much more.
Premiered Nov 17, 2023
It took a year and a half, but the rate-hiking cycle that began in March 2022 is finally over. Rate cuts are now being priced in to Fed futures, and one bank is even predicting 275 basis points of cuts next year.
But even that “extreme” prediction probably isn’t extreme enough, because the second we hit the next financial crisis, rates will probably drop right back to zero. And we will most likely hit that crisis when remaining liquidity dries up in just a few months.
As the reality of no more tightening sunk in, gold and silver stocks exploded higher this week. If they reacted so strongly on the realization of no more rate hikes, imagine how strongly they’ll react when the Federal Reserve cuts right back down to zero.
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Premiered Nov 17, 2023
Stock market bulls celebrated the delusional lower inflation lie rally, yet many damning fundamentals continue unabated.
More historically high gov’t deficit spending and seemingly out-of-control debt levels are building.
With a large amount of this debt maturing in the next year, all with elevated interest rates at the moment.
Inflation over the last almost 3 years has already fused into the system crushing the US consumer-driven economy.
Meanwhile, over the last nearly 3-year time span, we have seen the underlying once ballooned piles of both fractional gold and silver bullion piles backstopping the COMEX drawdown one-half and one-third respectively.
Data illustrates that much of this bullion has been getting sucked out of unsecured ETF piles to keep the leverage just in time physical delivery system propped up.
The good news is that the conscious US retail bullion buying sector has been getting after it this whole time, buying high levels of bullion relative to how tiny and overall population they are of the US investing public.
Both silver and gold showed strength, respectively, trading higher this week.
The spot silver price closed just under $24 oz bid price while the spot gold price closed just shy of $2000 oz bid price.
The spot gold-silver ratio dipped sharply on silver’s outsized strength falling nearly five ounces to 83.
Before we get into the recent fifth US bank failure for the year. I would like to alert viewers out there that we kicked off Black Friday week ahead of time today with this low premium deal on silver bullion kilo bars. Visit http://www.SDBullion.com/deals to get your share while supplies last.
Now onwards to yet another bankrupt bank, this one announced 11 days ago tied to leveraged collapsing economic bets coming undone.
It was recently reported that US Banks took out more loans in this spring of 2023 than they did during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.
Meanwhile, the supposed US Bank backstopping FDIC has less fractionally reserved cash than the hyper-leverage COMEX system has in supposed bullion for potential delivery.
The FDIC reportedly only has $117 billion to backstop all 4,622 US Banks and their currently estimated total of over $10.5 trillion in insured deposits.
There is an estimated nearly $7 trillion in uninsured deposits sitting in US Banks beyond the $250,000 per account insured threshold at the moment.
Reportedly over $1.4 trillion of that is sitting with recidivist criminal commercial bank JP Morgan. Good luck.
Lastly, having already lost over -92% of its stock price nominal value since the start of the year 2007, it was announced this week that mass layoffs at Citibank are starting next week, with up to one-tenth or nearly 24,000 employees getting eliminated.
Meanwhile, relative weakness in the fiat US dollar and coming future bank failures strongly suggest that more investors should begin allocating to bullion before it becomes more unaffordable and potentially unobtainable to do so in size at reasonable price points.
For in building bullion bull mania phase ahead, my strong suggestion is that the near $2000 oz gold consolidation we have been in will be looked back upon as a would have, could have, should have era.
That will be all for this week’s SD Bullion Market Update.
As always, to you out there.
Take great care of yourselves and those you love.
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