Hmmm: Gold Doesn’t Seem To Think The Worst Is Really BEHIND Us

via silverdoctors

It’s not easy when people can’t see that President Trump is a Deep State Globalist in Patriot’s Clothing.

Sometimes I wish I could just be a sheep.

But such is life, and that I’m not.

And so, well, once again.

Nothing nice to say?

Not a thing.

Nope.

No.

Now, our totally not manipulated US stock market is up 30.23% from its late March low to this week’s close:

So tired of winning!

Yeah!

Enjoy that, America!

What?

That’s what Trump says, not me.

And don’t worry about a thing baby doll:

In the grocery store, at the hospital, in the markets, or anywhere!

Of course, in reality, it sure looks like we’re set up to see some craziness come back into the markets:

I think we see that “flight to safety” and a new record low yield next week.

I mean, is the coronavirus a legitimate pandemic, or not?

If it is, the carnage is not done in the “markets”.

The dollar’s milkshake brings all the boys to the yard:

That milk’s been spoiled for some time, however.

Drink it if you wish, just don’t be surprised if you get something worse than coronavirus with it, especially if consumed in large quantities.

Contrary to popular belief, and to Trump’s best wishes, there is a limit to the amount of unbacked, debt-based fiat currency that can be whipped-up to literally kill off elderly American savers and enslave Americans not yet old enough to stand-up for themselves:

In my opinion, copper is showing us that limit translates to a price floor of $2.

During the Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing today (which is always long on words yet lacking in any useful information), President Trump said that US oil companies in Texas have cut production to boost prices and thus support the oil industry:

Just don’t get to thinking the President will be praising these tax hikes much in the same way the President praises falling oil prices as a tax cut.

Palladium could be starting to coil:

Wait a second.

Did I just type something that would imply the charts matter right now?

Silly me.

Nevermind.

If platinum stays right where it is:

The average family can stack almost four ounces of platinum with those “very big checks” that Steve Mnuchin promised Americans will receive by next Thursday.

Just don’t go puttin’ in any orders with your preferred dealer yet, however, because if the Trump Administration is good for one thing, it’s lying, so committing to a major purchase based on Steve Mnuchin’s word is, well, let’s just see if he can figure out how to get all of that free money directly deposited into those bank accounts already on file with the IRS.

I think he actually will be able to pull it off, but I’m also not holding my breath waiting for it.

But then again, I haven’t read all of the rules and regulations stipulating the release of all this free government money to American families, so I actually have no idea who even qualifies for this latest welfare scheme.

One thing I do know, however, is that no matter what happens, I won’t be able to get an ounce of silver in my hand for less than sixteen stinkin’ bucks:

Is it even possible to get an ounce of silver, in-hand, for less than twenty?

The paper gold-to-silver ratio has plunged all the way down to under 110:

People laugh at me when I talk about silver reaching parity with gold or even overshooting gold.

Meh.

Doesn’t matter.

Most people still think we went to the moon.

Just like we laugh at those idiot ancient Egyptians actually who believed the pharaohs were Gods, two thousand years from now, people will laugh at the idiot Americans who thought they went to the moon.

Speaking of which, I don’t think gold is going to the moon:

I do think gold is going much, much higher, and that’s even without considering the reset, which not only historically always happen, but which we’re also overdue for.

Bottom line as we find ourselves here this beautiful Good Friday of 2020?

It’s impossible to un-turn a zombie, so I don’t know why people try?

The good news, however, is that we’re getting very close now.

To a time when we won’t have to try to “wake people up”.

People are either awake now, or they’ll never be.

Especially since Google’s gone full Commie.

And real information is hard to find.

Can’t save them all, you know.

All we can do is rebuild.

If America survives.

But what if not?

Then what?

Do we?

Do?

Stack accordingly…

– Half Dollar