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Soros dumps stocks

katsung47 128 10 June 17, 2016 at 08:23 AM
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Billionaire George Soros Dumps 37% of Stocks To “Buy Up Massive Amounts of Gold” But Why?

Mac Slavo
June 3rd, 2016

The suggestion seems to be that a point of no return is coming for the stock market system of illusion and usury. The Fed’s great bubble is getting ready to burst. It is playing out on a time frame decided, undoubtedly, by those closest to the inside.

Worse, the end of the U.S. petrodollar is playing out, with plenty of geopolitical drama as currency wars threaten to undo the foundation that the nation has been resting upon.
http://www.shtfplan.com/conspirac...n_06032016

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That site sure looks credible Smilie

No one can predict the future, this article doesn't really apply to 90% (or more) of Americans. Dollar cost average and ride the lows and highs while saving enough and don't worry about anything else.
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"This whole.. I have XX company so my pee pee is 2" longer talk is hilarious. Who cares what company is cheapest, best, etc. Pick the company and plan you want and keep it to yourself."
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The whole website is geared towards precious metal investment. The precious metal market plays on people's fear and ignorance. No one has used gold or silver for actual trade after the currency became popular hundreds of years ago. As soon as one currency retires, different currency, most likely by different government, will be put in place.

If you are worried about apocalypse or any SHITF event, invest in water and weapon by actually buying them and store them in the underground bunker. I took a step back when my bear mentality set in and just invested in water ETFs and short futures. I do have some precious metal fund on the side just to see how long people's fear lasts (based on the last recession, the value of the precious metal dropped ~72%, worse than SPX).
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