Why 2022 Will Be A Golden Year

Author Ronnie Stoeferle | Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Jan 24, 2022
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Ronald Stoeferle shares his 2022 outlook for gold. He specifically addresses legitimate concerns regarding gold’s relatively tame/disappointing price action in 2021 despite an otherwise gold-favorable setting of declining real rates and rising inflation. Ultimately, he sees the recent sideways movem...

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Why is Gold Not Rising?

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Sep 26, 2021
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Gold is currently under attack for not “doing enough,” despite two years of double-digit rises. Gold investors, however, are not greedy, they are patient, and they hold this physical rather than paper asset for the long game. And as for that long game, the inflation ahead, as well destruction of the...

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Bitcoin vs. Gold: A Tired Debate

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | May 17, 2021
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For the last decade or so, BTC has made many rich, and for the next decade or so, could make others even richer. That’s a speculative bet. Fine. But for the last 5000 years, and for many more to come, gold will do what it always does: Preserve your wealth when other assets and “currencies” can’t.

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Keep It Simple: Gold vs. a Mad World

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | May 10, 2021
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Those looking to swing at a fat pitch and invest for the long term in an asset that will rise in price while simultaneously hedging against now obvious inflation and equally obvious currency debasement, the gold solution is axiomatic rather than theoretical or speculative.

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Gold is Laughing at Powell

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | May 2, 2021
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For those of us who can see through Fed-speak and track facts rather than fictions, there are two factors favorable to gold (rather than just golden tongues) which we can smile upon for the next “foreseeable” 5 years, namely: More growth in the broad money supply and more negative real interest rate...

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Patient Zero of the Bubble Pandemic: Alan Greenspan

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Apr 26, 2021
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In the decades which have passed since Greenspan became the Fed template and “stimulus” supplier of Wall Street’s post-87 debt (keg) party of free money, repressed rates and hence massive stock and bond bubble-to-burst cycles, where can informed investors find value, safety and a comfortable night’s...

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US Money Supply: More Lies from On High

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Apr 19, 2021
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The trillions of U.S. dollars created out of thin air in 2020, as well as the trillions which preceded this printing-frenzy between 2009-2014 (QE1-QE4), have dire consequences on the purchasing power of America’s once sacred but now totally inflated, and hence debased, currency.

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Banking Risk—The Real Killer Virus

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Apr 12, 2021
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Banks, and hence banking risk, come in a wide variety of flavors, largely because bank mismanagement and short-sighted absurdity comes with equal frequency. As such, a fuller discussion on banking risk would necessitate hundreds of pages and hundreds of examples.

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Gold Rises as Financial Faith Weakens

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Apr 5, 2021
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Despite all the reasons discussed in preceding reports (i.e., money supply, commodity super cycles, deficit spending, and governmental credit guarantees to commercial banks) as to what we see as the current as well as future inevitability of rising inflation, there are many credible individuals, inc...

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Inflation, Crypto, Command Economies and Gold

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 29, 2021
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Gold is a wise investment in an increasingly broken, desperate and hence repressive environment. But how one purchases, owns and secures it is a critical matter. Individuals going forward will have more freedoms than regulated institutions to hold portions of their wealth outside of such openly and...

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Making Sense of Comex Insanity

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 22, 2021
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The COMEX futures market is not a simple place for the buying and selling of paper contracts, but rather a highly corrupted place for the manipulation, leverage and manipulation of those paper contracts and hence the pricing of the assets they represent.

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Getting Ready for Gold’s Golden Era

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 15, 2021
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Worried about gold sentiment? Don’t be. The mainstream view of gold right now is an open yawn, and sentiment indicators for this precious metal are now at 3-year lows despite the gold highs of last August. Is this cause for genuine concern? Not at all.

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Rigged to Fail - From Musk to Powell

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 12, 2021
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As Inflation rates outpace repressed yields, negative real rates increase in speed as will the price rise in gold currently feeling the pinch of temporarily higher real yields. Informed investors should therefore see the current calm in gold pricing as the time to buy gold rather than wait for price...

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The Fed’s Most Convenient Lie: A CPI Charade

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 8, 2021
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“Reset” or no “reset,” currencies will continue their slow death spiral, and gold, always patient, always REAL rather than virtual, will continue its rise above the semantic dust and financial rubble of a broken banking system and failed monetary experiment driven by delusion, myth and alas, blatant...

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The Death of Logic

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Feb 21, 2021
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Our antidote to the dying paper wealth of all global paper currencies, of course is physical gold. This is no secret, and to some, perhaps even an illogical, and even outdated bias.

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“Controlled” Yields Are Curving Toward Gold

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Feb 13, 2021
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The artificial control (repression) of yields and rates means cheaper debt, and hence more binge borrowing (and hence price inflation) on everything from over-priced homes to over-pumped stocks driven by easy and cheap debt rather than old fashioned things like, you know…profits and earnings.

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Ending Toxic Relationships, Returning To Gold

Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Feb 8, 2021
Views 11880

What better partner than gold and silver, as precious metals are absolutely precious to broken-hearted currencies diluted by years of dishonest, artificial, low-rate supported bond markets and a national and global debt bubble (ripping north from $258T to +$280T in less than a year).

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