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Gold and Silver, Beans and Bullets

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Forum to discuss gold, silver, goats and chickens (and whatever other "commodities" you'd like to talk about).

Anyone interested in purchasing metals might try
http://www.bulliondirect.com/index.jsp
I use them with good results...comparable to APMEX with no sales tax.

Some good sources of information on metals and/or the economy in general
http://www.zerohedge.com/
http://jsmineset.com/

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John Embry - Gold Over $2,000, Silver Above $50 in 2011

John Embry - Gold Over $2,000, Silver Above $50 in 2011

http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2011/1/5_John_Embry_-_Gold_Over_$2,000,_Silver_Above_$50_in_2011.html

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What happened November 9th
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I just read this article,

I just read this article, dog. It explains a LOT. It also makes me realize how very easily manipulated our economy really is.

I was reading an article by what they call a "Prepper" in the highbrow world and he said he's been trying to convince co-workers to put money into commodities and food. They insist they can't afford it.

He put it like this: "If I told you I had an investment that guaranteed a return of at the very least 20% in the next year of so, could you find a bit of money to invest?"

They said of course they could.

He said he guarantees a 20% return on commoditiers and food.

They roll their eyes.

I quit telling my co-workers who think I'm nuts. But there are two or three who listened. Good for them. And their families.

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One of the major areas of

One of the major areas of concern right now for me are food commodities. Perishable produce. With the loss of San Jaquine Valley alone, not to mention a few other key states where the Federal Land Management Offices, Department of Ag and the EPA has effectively detroyed more than 70% of our GDP for basic food stuffs like vegetables, wheat, poultry and fruits. We import all of that now. Next time you go shopping in the produce area of your grocery store, look at all the points of origin for the food.

When our dollar tanks, those countries won't export to us anymore. If that happens, where will we get it from? Our own farmers aren't allowed to produce more than the Department of Agriculture tells them too. We need to prepare more than just for the high costs of food. And if you think the loss of a large percentage of wheat won't have a far ranging impact, think about all the products that depend on it, like sugar, which we mostly import too.

The only thing I disagree with Mr Beck is he thinks there won't be a food shortage, just horrible high prices. I beg to differ, we're being set up for a harder hit than that if you look at the bigger picture. And for the record, I live in high hopes I'm just wrong about this.

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Peter Schiff explains the violent swings in metals pricing today

Peter Schiff explains the violent swings in metals pricing today. I read an article today that claimed the reason for the sell off in metals was due to the CME raising the margin requirements on silver from $5000 to $6500. Peter backed up this claim in his blog. He also discusses the jobs report, Fed critics and a host of other topics on today's blog.

http://www.europac.net/media/video_blog

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This will be a good and

This will be a good and lively topic. We have used APMEX,

http://apmex.com/

CNI (California Numismatic Investments)

http://www.golddealer.com/bullionpage.html,

and Tulving

http://www.tulving.com/goldbull.html#Specials.

Have had no problems with any of them. Silver has been on quite a ride of late and though to those who say that it has climbed too high to be a good buy right now, I say what does it matter buying at $20/oz and $28/oz if in the end it is $150/oz. I say "Getcha some"