GoldSeek Live Webinar – Sept 9, 2013 [Dr Jim Willie & Rudi Fronk]


Hello to Everyone including all the new Friends and Subscribers,

Every time someone new follows my blog I get inspired…  Look at these interesting times we are in right now folks! I feel like now is the time for me to stand in my Integrity! I have a Vision! I have a vision that I am creating Integrity, Authenticity, Honor and Freedom for myself and everyone!  Will you stand for your life?  or will you live as a debt slave with debt based money paying interest to who?
I stand for public Banking and I stand for asset based money, whether that’s Gold, Silver, Bitcoin or Real Estate. I will continue to stand for integrity in commerce and human equality and dignity. Who will stand with me!
Enjoy my sincere and honest friend Jim Willie (~27 min), I really appreciate his amazing ability to communicate  complex Geo-political and fundamental Financial operations of the USFed and member World Central Banks.  Congratulations to Goldseek.com and their crew for creating this event.

Ed Reidhead

James Turk’s Outlook for Gold for 2013 to 2015


His is the latest from Jim Turk on Gold and currency. Enjoy- Ed

Published on Dec 20, 2012

Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.goldmoney.com/goldresearch. GoldMoney Chairman James Turk presents a sequel to his recently released video “Everyone should have a precious metals portfolio” which outlines his views on where the monetary and financial worlds are headed.

In this latest video James provides an update to a longstanding forecast that he made back in 2003 in Barron’s. This interview was widely talked about because whilst the gold price was USD350 at the time, James stated that he envisioned the gold price to be around USD8,000 sometime between 2013-2015.

Now 9 years later, James looks back on this forecast and explains how this original price target was determined. As this timeframe is approaching, James goes on to update this forecast considering the current economic climate.

James argues that the reasons laid out in 2003, that would impact negatively the purchasing power of the dollar, thereby positively impacting the price of gold, are in fact worse than anticipated. A clear concise argument for Gold and Silver ownership from someone who bravely called central banking The Barbarous Relic, in a timeless essay, for the Committee for Monetary Research and Education (CMRE), back in 2006. The essay can be downloaded here:

http://www.goldmoney.com/

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