All the Gold ever extracted is 160,000 tons (in 2009) , The American Debt = 14 Trillion Dollars = 1.8 All the Gold ever extracted in Human History !!! The monetary mass in the US is increasing by 15% a year ! Total gold divided by people in the world gives each of us 23 grams
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

John Embry of Sprott Asset Management Gold Over $2,000, Silver Above $50 in 2011

John Embry Sprott Asset Management Gold Over $2,000, Silver Above $50 in 2011

I heard that the USA will be out of money in around March 4, 2011. Bernanke the money printer as Marc Faber calls him . I thought he was just printing and imputing the crap into the Federal Reserves Beast Computer devaluing the currency. Maybe they will say phoque it and run it off the cliff.Goodbye Pension Plans. Silver at $50 or even at $500 is not beyond the realms of possibilities, there have been plenty of smart and savy commentators whom have suggested that certainly $400 is going to be a given! I've read others who paint a convincing forecast towards $15,000 Gold and $1,500 silver! Hold on to your positions, the mainstream public have yet to realise what is happening, when it does, that's the time to get ready to sell. When the DOW and FTSE are at parity with Gold ratio! Gold isnt in a bubble. The Fed is a bubble and its about to burst. End the Fed. However I hope the manipulation continues for a little longer because that will allow people to acquire more silver. Silver will outperform gold by a country mile. 2% of the population only invest in metals at present. We need to educate the general population because we will all have to help each other soon in the new normal world."I find it beyond remarkable that U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner can say with a straight face that the U.S. would not devalue the dollar for export advantage. He did exactly that in a speech to Silicon Valley business leaders just before an important meeting of the finance ministers of the G20 countries in Seoul, South Korea, in late October. I would suggest that this represents another classic example of making sure you pay attention to what people do rather than what they say. Geithner's obvious mendacity probably also contributed mightily to the essential failure of the Seoul conclave to arrive at any substantive answers on the subject of the intensifying currency wars." John Embry wrote few months ago in an oped article in the Investor's Digest of Canada

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