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Collapse is inevitable. Look at the 10 year graph

Go to goldprice.org, and click on the 10 year graph of gold. See the collapse in 2008? and then the rise to 2011 to $1,900? Now look at the 2012, 2013. See the next bubble? Now compare the two bumps in the graph. Notice how the 2012/13 is 5 times the size of 2007?

This is going to be worse. FAR worse.

http://www.goldprice.org




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1,200 sure looks like solid support for the next leg up

Inflation doesn't seem to be likely to go away.
Some are predicting a period of deflation first.
I don't get that, primarily because the global economy will continue to grow with shifts going to Asia.

While the global banking system is filled with fraud there are booming populations that will produce and consume regardless of what the banksters do.

My biggest concern is that the countries with monster population numbers will finally start to suck good and services away from America and to themselves.

This will give America the feel of a third world country where certain goods and services are in short supply.

Fortunately though the sun still shines and the rain still falls so there's always food production and that will keep other industries going.

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Its not gold that's collapsing

Its the dollar that is collapsing.

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Something wicked this way comes....

Don't be near any large electrical plants.

We know its coming and that

We know its coming and that it will be bad. The question is when and should I spend all my money now, or will I be able to quickly spend it right after the first signs?

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.

Buy now.

right now.

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