This year started out with a bang as stock markets hit historic highs and became the most expensive stock market in history. More expensive than 1929 and more expensive than 1999. Most people believed the central banks had the markets backs. I suppose they didn’t believe the bankers when they said it was time to remove a tiny bit of “accommodation.” There were signs (pattern shifts) that things were shifting; extreme levels of insider selling, flattening of the yield curve, … Read More »
Q&A With Lynette Zang and Eric Griffin Eric sources questions from Lynette’s viewers and Lynette responds with organic and unrehearsed answers. If you have a question for Lynette and Eric, please either submit your question though YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or here on the ITM Trading website in the comments section. If you enjoyed the 10/3/2017 live viewer Q&A with Lynette Zang, please like, subscribe, and share in order to help Lynette fight the fiat money disease! Viewer Submitted Questions: Question … Read More »
Eric sources questions from Lynette’s viewers and Lynette responds with organic and unrehearsed answers. If you have a question for Lynette and Eric, please either submit your question though YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or here on the ITM Trading website in the comments section. If you enjoyed the 10/3/2017 live viewer Q&A with Lynette Zang, please like, subscribe, and share in order to help Lynette fight the fiat money disease! Viewer Submitted Questions: Question 1. BlueMariner777-How can they falsely push down … Read More »
The lack of insider sector buying is now in its eight week. What do they know that you don’t? Perhaps Tesla and Elon Musk can shed some light to the market fairy tales that, when coupled with Central Bank money injection, propel these fiat markets higher. As a holiday gift, Brussels is settling with UBS, Royal Bank of Scotland, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Barclays, HSBC and two other banks to close and settle a probe in forex (foreign currency) manipulation. … Read More »
9-20-17 IT CFPB Lies about Wells Fargo and Equifax Hides Data Breach, by Lynette Zang Insiders have stepped up selling this week with the average spiking up to $46.42 of selling for every $1 of buying. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray allegedly misled Congress about the agency’s investigation into the Wells Fargo scandal according to a new report by the House Financial Services Committee. Last week Equifax disclosed a data breach compromising 143,000, nearly half the … Read More »
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According to Wall Street Journal reporter Michael S. Derby, “Mr. Greenspan said gold is a good place to put money these days given its value as a currency outside of the policies conducted by governments. TETT: Do you think that gold is currently a good investment? GREENSPAN: Yes… Remember what we’re looking at. Gold is a currency. It is still, by all evidence, a premier currency. No fiat currency, including the dollar, can macth it.
[youtube width=”560″ height=”315″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7FPfDYFK0U[/youtube] In this recent Gerald Celente interview, Gerald speaks about gold as a safe haven during times of world unrest. Gerald is interviewed by reporters from around the world for his keen insights on trends and how to protect yourself and profit from what is coming. Gerald Celente: -We saw what happened with gold prices when the flashpoint happened with the first phase of the the Ukrainian crisis, they jumped up… -Gold is that safe-haven commodity…that’s what gold … Read More »
[youtube width=”560″ height=”315″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MU-8fujBaDA[/youtube] In this interview from a few years ago, Gerald makes his case for owning gold. Since this time gold prices have pulled back, and the stock market has climbed to new highs on very weak growth and trillions of dollars of new government debt, setting gold up for another streak of gains when the stock market collapses yet again. Gerald Celente: -Right now gold looks like the life preserver… -So the more digital money that they keep … Read More »
[youtube width=”560″ height=”315″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2G2Olz07Rc[/youtube] Jim Rickards Discusses The Demise Of The Dollar On Daily Ticker: “Saudi Arabia feels stabbed in the back by what the president did in December, he sort of anointed Iran as the regional power…oil must be priced in dollars, everyone needs oil that means everyone needs dollars, now if Saudi Arabia changes that and says ‘We’ll take yuan or we’ll take other currencies or we’ll take euros, etc’ that pulls the rug out from under the dollar…”