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Countering the massive credit expansion, the value of precious metals rise as the natural inverse to the ongoing magnetization of everything by a powerful status quo and despite enormous efforts made to hide the move.
The Great Precious Metals Bull Cycle and the Money Supply Inflationary cycles tend to result in notable bullish moves in the prices of precious metals like silver, and such times have always created powerful political factions. Furthermore, massive credit expansion and an extreme use of money printing presses provide incredible wealth-‐accumulating opportunities for sectors of the economy. These sectors also give rise to powerful financial elites who are willing to use whatever tools are available to them by virtue of their extraordinary wealth and power to maintain the status quo. Financial Cycles Financial history tends to be cyclical, and the U.S. economy is now late in the cycle of the latest credit unraveling — with each fresh round of additional new money having less and less impact on those desperately seeking yield of any kind. Meanwhile, the mainstream remains firmly distracted by the latest media circus. The Fiscal Cliff debate today, the Debt Ceiling debate tomorrow, with each representing yet another exercise in futility meant to appear valid for the people, but in reality only a performance for the new market makers. Wealth redistribution also intensifies as the risk of out of control monetary expansion becomes less and less controllable during the cycle’s forward march. Read the rest of the article.
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