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Bernanke to Invent New Term for Printing Money

June 20, 2011 1 comment

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When the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) reported their latest consumer price index (CPI) inflation data last week, everybody in the mainstream media worked tirelessly to spin the data in order to proclaim that U.S. price inflation is not a problem. Most articles in the media reported that inflation slowed in May due to falling gas prices. The truth is, gas prices rose last month and U.S. price inflation is spiraling out of control.  Price inflation based on the CPI on a year-over-year basis rose during the month of May to 3.57%, up from 3.16% in April, 2.68% in March, 2.11% in February, 1.63% in January, 1.5% in December, and 1.1% in November. The official rate of price inflation has more than tripled over the past 6 months. Yes, maybe the rate of Read more…

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May 16, 2011 Comments off

Silver Reaches New 30-Year High!

February 19, 2011 Comments off

Silver reached a new 30-year high today of $32.87 per ounce up 89% since NIA declared silver the best investment for the next decade on December 11th of 2009 at $17.40 per ounce!

The gold/silver ratio is now down to below 43. NIA predicted a sharp decline in the gold/silver ratio both in its top 10 predictions for 2010 at 64 and in its top 10 predictions for 2011 at 46. We believe the gold/silver ratio will decline to at least 16 within the next few years, but it could decline to as low as 10. It wouldn’t surprise us to see gold reach $5,000 per ounce in 2015 and silver reach $500 per ounce at the same time!

NIA’s President Gerard Adams publicly exposed JP Morgan’s silver naked short selling price suppression scheme in Read more…

Inflation Group Says U.S. Cities Will Be Like Egypt in Four Years

February 5, 2011 Comments off

The National Inflation Association has issued a chilling new advisory in which it warns that the inflationary time bomb being created by the policies of the Federal Reserve will lead to American cities experiencing similar chaos currently unfolding in Egypt by 2015.

Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak has been in power for three decades and in that time has managed to handle all manner of threats to the stability of his regime. But it was the huge unrest sparked by soaring food prices that finally led the Egyptian people to launch a revolution which is likely to see Mubarak forced out of office for good.

“Food inflation in Egypt has reached 20% and citizens in the nation already spend about 40% of their monthly expenditures on food. Americans for decades have been Read more…