Who Cares About Your Bet, If The Casino Is Demolished?!

For the past 6 months I have been building the case for you to sell every single paper asset you have and buy real assets. (Read the Silver Bullet and the Silver Shield.) I have had my run ins with famous traders/traitors who seek to make trades in and out of the market. These guys are making cute bets while the music/propaganda is still playing and the booze/money is still flowing. For the most part I am not arguing about their bets. I am telling them that the whole 20 story casino is going to collapse on top of them and to cash in their chips and get out.

Recently I have been asked about this strategy of selling silver and gold now to buy it back at a lower price later. When I asked these two members where they got that idea from, it was from two different paid sites who seem to cover many of the same issues I cover. Both guys are letting their paid members know that they are selling now to buy back silver and gold later at a lower price. This is not two months ago, this is this week.

Let’s think this through for a minute. I understand that many people love the bankster’s casino and feel a need to give them  your money and that is why you trade. For many it is a disease, others feel they are really good at it and that it is not really gambling. (All gamblers feel that when they are winning.) You also understand that I am a physical silver purist whose reasons for buying silver go way beyond short term profits. Let’s play out the case that was put out yesterday by one of these paid services.

The first trade focused on gold breaking the 50 day moving average yesterday and the upcoming Greek vote. He is expecting a 3% to 8% drop in gold within a day or so. After that, he says buy the dip. My first problem is that this guru is not telling his paid audience what a risk they have buy simply having money in the system/casino. When this deflationary crash does happen, the entire banking system is at risk, not just assets they are speculating on. What good is it to be right on the bet and not be able to really profit from it?

We saw in 2008 that the buck was broken on money markets and many bank failures followed. This crisis will be magnitudes worse because nothing was fixed and the problem is much bigger than 2008. This is no longer an American problem, it is a Global problem. Compounding this problem is that we have burned through all of the political and financial capital we had last crisis. I mean are we really going to listen to another Treasury Secretary about Too Big To Fails? No, after 3 years of declining unemployment, burning through their nest eggs, and the dark clouds on the horizon, people are desperate and they are going to blow up. Confidence will not be restored and people will FINALLY do the right thing and stop gambling in the rigged casino of the banksters. This will lead to runs on banks as people pull cash out. This will lead people emptying their brokerage accounts and further paper asset depreciation. The sickening thought of losing everything to a system so volatile, will cause people to do extreme things. So simply having a trade right is not enough of a reason to gamble, especially when the casino is set to be demolished.

Even if this paid writer suggested that people do this with physical cash and physical gold, I would still have a problem. When this event that shakes the foundation of our entire banking system happens, who says there will be gold or silver available to buy? Or that REAL physical prices will not be dramatically higher? After all, the only logical place for all of this paper money is real tangible assets. There will be a mad rush for anything real, food, energy, clothes, guns, and precious metals. Especially after the Fed and the Treasury print trillions more to save the system. The head fake deflation, will bring about the inevitable hyperinflation. The paper price of gold and silver may be lower, but the REAL on the street price will either be much higher or not available at all. This is a very serious issue that these paid writers do not discuss.

Courtesy of Jesse's Cafe Americain

 

Then there is the very real risk of a CRIMEX default. I have made the case that there has been a war against silver since 1873 and that silver is the most manipulated asset in the history of the world. The reason for this manipulation is that it is the Silver Bullet to the quadrillion empire of lies the Elite have built on debt and war. There massive paper manipulation can go on forever up until they can no longer deliver real silver that they are trading 100 times over. As you can see from the 45 degree angle of depletion in the registered inventory, this event is closer than you think. As we get closer to 0, the quicker it will become as people get nervous and pull their metal out much like a bank run. Instead of trading in electronic digits for FRN’s, they will trade in their paper receipts for the real metal. If there is a default all paper holders will get screwed as the CME settles for some fictitious paper price of silver instead of the real physical price.

The next paid guy spent an hour describing all of the exact same issues I cover and then says to load up on Federal Reserve Notes! His reasoning was that in a deflationary crash is going to make everything cheap for dollar holders. Does this guy not realize that if the banking system goes, the currency goes? Does this guy not know that we have $1.4 trillion budget deficit this year and $4 trillion in short term debt to be rolled over in the next year and a half? Does he not realize that the EU is facing a $6 trillion crisis that is just starting with Greece? The Fed is buying 80% of our debt right now and that is going to end this week. If debt/money is not created in excess of the debt AND interest the year before the entire system implodes. So the choice is let the system implode which would kill the dollar with massive banking defaults, the cessation of commerce, and massive social unrest both here and abroad. Or they have a hyper inflationary event where the Fed has to reacts to another trillion dollar crisis and prints trillions more to cover the problem up. That would lead to a world wide rush out of the dollar as it becomes clear to all foreign and domestic investors that the Fed is determined to destroy the value of the dollar and that people better find a better place to keep their money. Either way, deflation or hyper inflation the Federal Reserve Note is not going to make it out alive. In fact that is the plan. Things that cannot go on forever, won’t. Our system is unsustainable and the plan is to crash it and create a new global paradigm. I believe that the Elite will fail and we will see massive decentralization, either way the dollar paradigm is toast.

If you insist on playing this game of trading and want to take advantage of a price drop here is something you could consider. If there was another massive attack on silver like in 2008, which I don’t think will happen, you can borrow against your stash and buy more physical silver. I am not a fan of leverage or debt, but if we go through what we went through in 2008, I would seek to leverage my metal at the bottom and load up on a very depressed price. If you think about it, the more metal you put in, the more you can borrow, the more you can put in… It would have to depend on the terms and your ability to handle the payments, but it is something to consider. I would prefer you sell every single paper asset you have before you try something funky like this. For guys like me that have NO paper assets, this is something to consider. I mean right now you can borrow 5 years on a car for 2.9%. Why wouldn’t they do the same thing on your metal, sitting in their bank? Hmm 2.9% versus the 25% silver has been returning… Especially if it gets whacked and there the CRIMEX looks to default…

There is an old saying in the marketing world, if you can describe a problem better than your audience can, they will assume you know the answer and follow you anywhere. This stands in direct opposition to what I have been trying to do here. I am about you questioning everything, including me. Please do not assume because someone is 90% right, that it means he is right on the final 10%. The best lies always have a lot of truth in them. Question everything, educate yourself and be ready to stand on your own. When I was preparing for the Sons of Liberty Academy I followed this simple saying, listen to all, follow none and walk your path the best you can. Please don’t believe that just because information in 90% right or that it is secret or paid info, that it is right. Even my paid Strategy Sessions that I do, I let people know that I am not a financial adviser and they need to be the one to make the final decision. I will make the case the best I can and I am expert at cutting to the heart of an issue. I want to empower you, because that is the only way that you are going to survive and thrive in this paradigm shift.

30 comments to Who Cares About Your Bet, If The Casino Is Demolished?!

  • AndyB

    I take it you are not going to tell us the names of these 2 disinformation gov’t agents?

    • Silver Shield

      No, I am not going to get involved in another pissing contest.

      By their deeds you will know them.

      The first guy I still like besides this call.

      The other guy is a huckster marketer.

  • Ed

    Selling and storing profits in fiat give you a 28% tax bill on your profits. Gold and silver are a currency and eventually there will be no tax bill on it. Also, if you store your profits and get back in the market, it could go down and then you would get a tax bill and be under in fiat dollars too. If you buy it and hold it, you won’t miss out on the sudden upswings….timing the market usually makes people regret it. Also, you have fake profits sitting in a bank as the dollar plummets and the banks have your money and in a crash it won’t be there for you.

  • Ed

    And of course it is more than just money. This is a worldwide revolution bankers vs. the people of the world. Don’t fall prey into their hands. Together the people of the world will take down the criminal bankers. Vote in gold and silver. It won’t betray you.

  • joe johnson

    The big question is what do you do with money locked into 401k plans or IRA accounts. In my employers plan the safest choice i have is a stable value fund invested in CD’s, commercial paper, banker’s acceptances, MBS and the like. Doesn’t sound safe when you have a teetering banking system and currency. If i cash it all out the tax hit would be horrendous. I do have a real estate fund in my plan which I’m guessing gives me ownership of commercial property, but if my ownership is denominated in a failed currency what becomes of my ownership rights.

  • Liberty Hound

    Chris,
    Leveraging if we have another hit on silver like we did in 2008 would be a smart move. But I don’t know if I would feel comfortable with my metal sitting in a banks vault. Another false flag could cause a bank shut down like after 9/11. Then what??

  • Awesome article Chris! Keep up the good work, and I think that you might be a descendant of Paul Revere!

    God Bless,

    ~ J.D. Hodges

  • John Clarke

    I sold all my gold and silver three weeks ago. I am gambling and will wait for the printing to stop in two days and see what happens. I do not think the Greece will collapse for a few weeks. Silver will temporarily deflate in value with the dollar temproarily going up. Yes there are alot of government pigs emailing me telling me the silver and gold will never go up again because the US will never print again which we kniw is a lie. But I will be using my credit card and load it up along with cash buy.

  • ewkeane

    trade in coins on ebay 6/29/11
    lot sales in the 31-36 frn range, bargans if compared to market conditions and trend.
    long term market trend is higher prices according to london fix.
    following trend that if the 30-60 dma touches the 200 dma, there is a resulting rise in prices, the outlier being that of june and november of 08, where value slipped for a couple of months, then again rising on trend into 09.
    Ag market has been increasing in paper value on average of 1.24frn per month this year.
    i think that the 60 and 200 will cross in late august or sometime in september. after that is anyones guess. i think that the year will end in the fourtys.
    my coin dealer is selling at 37, outside my comfort zone. I want the most bang for the buck, and if it drops low its buying time. I would dearly love to water down my stock with cheap silver.
    london fix for june; 35.83 ave,

  • Horxy

    Good article Chris except for the borrowing against your stash.

    A wiser man than us said long ago “the borrower is the slave of the lender”
    That in my eyes means a person,a company and even or probably especially a country.
    I don’t think it is wise to even hint at letting a bank (viper?) store your wealth in their vault. Not me mate no way.

    • Silver Shield

      I would not encourage debt but if they smack down silver like they did in 2008 I would certainly consider putting some of the stash on the line.

  • please allow me to ask a question and see what others think.
    Central Fund of Canada Limited ,in Canada ,under Canadian law ,traded on the American and Canadian exchanges ,why not buy some of this fund and ride the price up ,after the collapse or buy , just before ,i was thinking of buying as much of this fund as i could ,they keep 50 ounces of silver for every ounce of gold in a allocated vault on Canadian soil and its all in physical metal ,is there a problem with this plan ,you would be buying physical product which would be stored in another country and in the quickest way possible ,by entering a trade order ,and you would be owner of metal in vault ,not paper ,after the system comes back in a new form ,the stock could be sold in exchange for the new money which then you could do with as you wish ,is my idea stupid or a good disaster strategy?

  • Jase

    Awesome article…the man is on the money. A great leader as well….

  • my ball hurt after reading this.

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