Gold, Silver, Diamonds, & Stocks: Controlling Perception is Key

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

by When it comes to building wealth, muddying the difference between perception and reality is the key manipulation tool that banksters use to goad people into wrong choices. For example, when European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi vowed to save the Euro from collapse last week, and people all over the world foolishly believed […]

The Hunger Games: How Gold and Silver Will Save You From Soaring Food Prices

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

by   In post World War I Germany, the MONTHLY inflation rate reached 29,500%. Though only a generation ago, with Central Banks destroying global currencies at a pace today not seen since the Reichesbank, the memories of horrific hardships imposed upon people by Central Bankers seems to have already been erased from the general populace’s […]

The Fastest Growing Export of the Western Banking Industry is Fraud

Monday, March 8th, 2010

by Despite the fact that nearly all of the macroeconomic trends I have predicted since 2006 on my blog, the Underground Investor, have come true, the percent of people that disagree with my predictions for 2010 and 2011 still outnumber those that agree by a factor of ten to one. There is a rational explanation […]

Wealth Secrets Contest Ends March 8th

Monday, March 1st, 2010

by Just a quick reminder that our contest to give away 8-free Wealth Secrets memberships ends on midnight, New York time, one week today on March 8, 2010. To see contest details about our 18-course Wealth Secrets membership that provides all the missing knowledge from business curricula today vital to understanding how to remain significantly […]

The Second Phase of the Global Economic Crisis is at our Doorstep

Monday, January 25th, 2010

by John Maynard Keynes once stated that the markets can stay irrational longer than investors can stay solvent. While this statement has proven to be true, it is really not aboveboard. What Keynes didn’t want to disclose to the public is the fact that markets stay irrational longer than investors can stay solvent because market […]