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Mike Maloney goes through this 90 minute presentation and makes a case for $20,000 gold.

$20,000 for gold? Could that be a reality? Watch Mike’s presentation and decide for yourself, but we think he makes some pretty strong arguments.

Have you followed the strategy I laid out in How To Buy Gold the guide?

Even if silver goes to $100/ounce and gold to $4,000/ounce in the next 3-5 years (which I believe it will
at least do at a minimum), you will happy you bought some today.

Two possible ways to buy gold:



Don’t wait. The window of opportunity is closing.

Ron Paul talking about currency destruction and the challenges that come with destroying a currency: namely the US Dollar.

Ben Bernanke’s reason for why the Fed and banks hold gold in reserve (rather than diamonds or something else) is “because it’s tradition”.

Check it out.

(If you only have a minute, the gold discussion starts about 4:20/4:25).

And in case you missed it, gold hit a new all-time high today.

Today, gold hit a new all-time high.

Oh wait though.

Just wait.

Gold is going higher… much higher.

But before we talk about that, here’s why gold went to it’s all-time high today.

Moody’s is threatening to downgrade the United States’ Credit Rating for the first time in history.

And “Ben Bernanke” is suggesting QE3. In essence, what this means is that that the Fed is likely to fund the US Government into even further levels of debt.

At the same time investors were flocking to gold, they were running out of the dollar.

But they weren’t running to the Euro today.


Italy is going to need more help than Greece already has… and Greece already needs more help too… even though they may not know it yet.

The money they’ve borrowed won’t even pay the interest on the money they need to pay off.

You can take this as bad news, or you can take it as further evidence that you should figure out a way to get some money into gold and silver now.

Uncertainty has become the norm for investors, rather than the exception.

They are growing tired of the uncertainty, and gold is the natural place to run (and always has been throughout the last 3,000 years of human history).

Gold will become to expensive (in many ways already has) for the average individual, and so silver will be the next place for people to run.

Silver also has LOTS of practical applications, but is very limited in supply around the world.

You can do your research and decide silver or gold, but getting some money into one or both is (from our perspective) an piece of advice you should act on.

And when should you buy silver/gold?

July and August are historically the best times to buy, in order to realize gains by year’s end.

But it’s July, and gold has just hit a new all-time high.

Look for some kind of pullback in August, but buy soon. That’s what we can say. Wait for a pullback, but if it doesn’t come, don’t wait after the middle or late August.

That’s all based on the advice we get from people we recommend here on HowToBuyGoldX. Make your own determination, but our advice (as advice from a friend and nothing more) is to do something soon about getting some money into gold/silver.

The fed believes that jobs and employment equal a healthy economy. Many people in the government agree.

(When people are employed, they earn money, so they spend money to buy things. Those things are made by businesses, which employ people.)

The unemployment rate is exceptionally high in the United States right now. People say it’s between 9% (official number) and 21% (and higher if you include welfare recipients).

The Fed believes that in order to stimulate job growth, more dollars to be in circulation.

More dollars in circulation means that there are more dollars moving into everything where extra money can go, creating prices that are artificially high for everything, including stocks, gold, and silver

More money in circulation means the dollar becomes worth less.

When the dollar becomes worth less, other currencies become worth more.

When the dollar becomes worth less, gold and silver become worth more.

More dollar creation is very likely. It is the only foreseeable way for the US to pay for wars, social security, healthcare, and interest on the money already borrowed.

That’s a basic start for why you might want to buy gold and silver.

Here are the basics of Gold ETFs:

When you buy an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund), you are essentially buying a share in a fund which holds a physical quantity of something traded on an exchange.

If you buy a gold ETF, you are buying into a fund which is supposed to be buying and holding the amount of gold that has been purchased by it’s investors.

Here’s the problem right now:
At the most basic levels of understanding, one can look at the amount of gold (and especially silver) in the world right now, and see that when combined with global consumption and what the banks are reporting they are holding, more shares have been sold in ETFs than actual metals exist above ground.

When you buy a gold ETF, you’re supposed to be able to take physical delivery of your investment, which is the gold. However, our assumption (based on these basics) is that if everyone actually requested their gold today, most gold (and again, especially silver) ETFs would come up hopelessly short, because they aren’t holding what they say they are holding.

Be careful about holding silver and gold ETFs. As the market skyrockets toward volatility and enters the upcoming bubble phase in precious metals, chances are very good that at least some of the larger ETFs will come up short.

Our recommendations instead are to buy physical gold through a company like Apmex, or set up a gold account through a company like GoldMoney.

On this site, we talk about TheMoneychanger being a good place to buy gold and silver.

He did a quick write-up today on how to play silver against gold and vice-versa, and why you might want to do so.

For your benefit, we have re-posted it here verbatim.

Also, if you’re interested in looking at the gold/silver ratio, take a look here.

Y’all pay attention now: this won’t be elegant, but it will be fast.

Bunch of y’all email me Friday questioning me why swap silver for gold now? Go to & read article linked to homepage, “Why Silver Will Outperform Gold 400%.” Here’s further explanation. Pay close attention, test on Tuesday:

With gold/silver at 70:1, you buy 70 oz. of silver. Wise choice.

When ratio hits 35:1, you swap 70 oz. of silver for TWO, not one, ounces of gold. Twice as many as if you’d bought gold in first place.

No market, internet blowhards notwithstanding, shoots straight to the moon. The ratio will see 47 or 50 before it sees 16, although it will EVENTUALLY drop below 16.

Ratio will, internet blowhards notwithstanding, correct. Will correct AT LEAST to where it fell out of long triangle at 47.5, maybe 50% of total fall from 84.3 to 35, so back to 59.65.

When ratio reaches 47.5, you swap your two oz. of gold for 95 oz. of silver. You now have 25 more oz (35.7%) than if you had just lain around in silver the whole time.

Then you do it again when the ratio falls again.

This was an interesting interview about gold as an indicator of overall economic health, posted at Chris Martenson.

When a country’s public debt exceeds 90% of GDP, that is the magic number. You get to 90%, there is no way back, and that is the number that the U.S. is going through pretty much as we speak. It is also the number which the UK has gone through; all of the PIGS are going through it, as well. They are all going past the 90% debt to GDP ratio. Obviously, Japan is miles past it already. It’s up to 200%+. There does not appear, in the historical analysis, to be any great likelihood of getting back from that level of debt safely. There is this strong evidence that above 90% debt to GDP, you will experience either a cataclysmic default or some form of very serious inflation…

Listen to the interview here:

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