WealthCycles Video Report - March 2015

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testiomials The two things that will affect your life more than anything are economics and the financial system and the vast majority of people, more than 90%, do not want to know about it.”

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WealthCycles Video Report - February 2015

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testiomials When the powers that be set up a game and you refuse to play it because you're such a moral person, you end up losing to all of the people who are immoral. This is why we all need to start pointing out moralities and immoralities and try to live better as a people.”

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Bumps, Dips, Bubbles, and Storms - Part 2

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testiomials "There is a reckoning that occurs every so often in world history. It is a time when debts are paid, when wars are fought, when disease ravages and passes through a land, when the corn does not grow like it used to, or when the forces of nature itself delivers a brief catastrophic blow. On Black Tuesday, the reckoning of several years of boom, which was based in large part on credit, came due. "”

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Don't Get Caught With Your Shorts Down - Panic of 1901

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testiomials Across the board the entire stock market started to fall. The rest of the traders (the vast majority who were not short Northern Pacific) also panicked and started to sell, and as one stock went to the moon, the rest of the stock market crashed. It's called the Panic of 1901. ”

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Brown Bottom Intrigue

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A market in which the primary price trend is downward.

Alan Greenspan is an economist and former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. He was appointed Chairman by Ronald Reagan in 1987 and remained in his position until his retirement in 2006. 

A fiat currency is created by a government decree. The Latin word fiat means “let it be done.” And with the stroke of a pen, or the crank of a printing press, “money” is created. Fiat currency has no inherent value—the paper that a $100 dollar bill is printed on is surely not worth $100. It might have been worth a few cents before the government ruined its utility as scrap paper by printing green words and numbers all over it! Compare this with gold, which is a precious, rare metal that is, in many cases, the only substance on earth that can be used for certain human purposes, including science, medicine, and of course—adornment.

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testiomials Some say Brown was offended by gold’s “laziness”—that it simply sat there, producing no interest or dividends. If that was really Brown’s reason for dumping Britain’s gold, he, like the U.S.’s Warren Buffet, missed the point: gold is money—and it’s done a heckuva lot better than the dollars and euros Brown traded it in for.”

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Miners Continue to Hold Back Silver and Gold Supply

Rob McEwen is the original founder of Goldcorp, where he grew the tiny $50 million mining company to over $10 billion in total value. Given such an amazing achievement, and his 29 years of experience in the natural resources space, we turn to the entrepreneur for a calm voice. McEwen says:

Futures are really nothing more than IOUs. Futures contracts are just standardized agreements to deliver a specific commodity, in an agreed quantity, at an agreed price, on an agreed date, someday in the future. They are traded like stocks on numerous commodities exchanges around the world. They differ from buying stocks in that you agree to a transaction at some point in the future.

Derivatives are contracts or securities that derive their value from other assets. In other words, derivatives don’t have value in and of themselves; they get their value from something else—an index, a commodity, or anything else of value. This gives derivatives an interesting characteristic: an infinite number of them can be created.

The tangible things that we eat, use and/or buy. Commodities that are traded include Cattle, Cocoa, Coffee, Copper, Corn, Cotton, and Crude Oil, just to cover the Cs. Gold, silver and platinum also are traded on the commodities exchanges as futures contracts.

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are securities that trade like stocks but are supposed to track the price of an index like the Dow or S&P 500 instead of an individual company, or they may be designed to track the price of a commodity like oil, gold, or silver.

A market in which the primary price trend is upwards 

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Silver Supply Inadequate To Meet Growing Demand

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The tangible things that we eat, use and/or buy. Commodities that are traded include Cattle, Cocoa, Coffee, Copper, Corn, Cotton, and Crude Oil, just to cover the Cs. Gold, silver and platinum also are traded on the commodities exchanges as futures contracts.

A market in which the primary price trend is upwards 

Inflation is simply an increase in the supply of currency and credit. The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising, and subsequently, purchasing power is falling is defined by the term "price inflation." Central Banks attempt to stop deflation, a natural phenomenon which occurs in order to correct the prior inflation.

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testiomials Tight supplies contribute to the rising price of silver, but it will be the growing global desire to preserve wealth that will send it to the moon.”

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Central Banks Trapped Between (Gold) Rock and Hard Place

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A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to separate investors, not from any actual profit earned by the organization, but from their own money or money paid by subsequent investors. The Ponzi scheme usually entices new investors by offering returns other investments cannot guarantee, in the form of short-term returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent. The perpetuation of the returns that a Ponzi scheme advertises and pays requires an ever-increasing flow of money from investors to keep the scheme going.

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) are securities that trade like stocks but are supposed to track the price of an index like the Dow or S&P 500 instead of an individual company, or they may be designed to track the price of a commodity like oil, gold, or silver.

A market in which the primary price trend is upwards 

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testiomials Without moving a single ounce of physical gold, central banks can sell their pile over and over again—creating an infinitely tangled web of lenders, creditors, swappers, and traders.”

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Scrap Gold Buyers Signal Bull Market Phase

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A market in which the primary price trend is upwards 

A market in which the primary price trend is upwards 

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testiomials One trick our old friend “Snakes” used was to buy costume jewelry by the pound. For every 20 pounds, there were inevitably gold and silver pieces that made it worth his while.”

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Spooked Investors Retire from Stocks

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The word “cycle” comes from the Greek word kyklos, meaning cycle or circle. One common definition of cycle is “a periodically repeated sequence of events.”

The idea of a cycle is symbolized by a circle, which, because there is no beginning or end, represents recurrence. The symbolic circle is often divided into segments—often two, such as the Chinese yin and yang or day/night, but more often four segments, like the seasons.

A recognition and understanding of cycles is one way human beings are able to recognize patterns in data. As early humans learned that events in nature recur over and over again with regularity, they developed the ability to plan for the future, which ultimately led to advanced civilizations.

Investment banks are financial institutions that underwrite new stock and bond offerings, advise clients on mergers and acquisitions, and make markets—or act as a middleman in stocks and bonds.

Simply put, bonds are debt. Bonds basically say: "I owe you (IOU) X-amount of currency, plus X-amount of interest." —Michael

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testiomials The stock market’s wild ride has many investors bailing out. Twice-burned retirees likely won’t be back at all, but even younger investors are thinking twice about securities.”

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