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US Major Markets Will Implode If Emerging Markets Implode

Jim Sinclair

The following is a missive that we received from Jim Sinclair who is the host of a web site called Jim Sinclair's MineSet. The above link will take to his site and his updates via email are free, so you have nothing to lose by signing up for them.

My Dear Extended Family, 

A key element of Chairperson Yellen's intellectual position is that cutting down on stimulation prematurely would be the most serious mistake that can be made economically. She blames the long term desperation of the 1930s on the central bank's then retreat from their form of QE prematurely in the early 1930s. That was before the incipient 1930 recovery had solid legs.

Assuming that Yellen did not follow her well known dictum and tapered seriously now, the emerging markets will implode. Should the emerging markets implode, the US major markets will also implode. The dollar would lead on the downside. She knows this.

The Plunge Protection Team cannot manipulate the entire world equity market so control would be lost. The US markets would tank, and gold would explode on the upside because of the implication on monetary aggregates. The Exchange Stabilization fund would be so busy attempting to hold US market from implosion to pay equal attention to the dollar.


In September 2011 the Gold Bugs index, the HUI stood at 630 as gold prices peaked, since then both have trended lower with the HUI losing about 65% of its value. The bottom has been called a number of times and after such a dramatic decline its difficult not to think that we are there now. However, as we all know the timing of any investment is crucial to its success and that is exactly what we are trying to do here, trying to pick advantageous entry and exit points. If you would like to know which stocks we are buying and selling please join us atStock Trader our premium investment service.

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Reader Comments (1)

To follow up on Jim's missive, this has been the dilemma for many years now. A catch 22 that will bring down the global fiat currency system one way or the other. Regardless of what happened in the 1930's or the 1970's or the 1990's or now, fiat currency systems are inflationary by nature. The mathematics of these systems, and the Fed's benchmark of 2% inflation show a continued increase in the money supply...globally. Even if they could keep the rate at 2%, which human nature and spending can never follow resulting sometimes in hyperinflation, these fiat systems and their interest, credit and debt based formulas are doomed to pyramid like failure in due time...all of them. A sort of controlled Ponzi scheme that can run its course for a period of time run under the guise of government and large banking institutions. The current global fiat currency system is far overdue and has been propped up by authoritative schemes of statistical and numbers manipulation all in a vain attempt to keep the party going for as long as possible. Trillions of dollars created out of thin air globally can never repaid with value based money. Nobody is that stupid. There will be default on a global scale with a new system coming out of the ashes. I can bet that the coming new system will based at least partially on some form of value. Gold has fit this bill for thousands of years and will continue to do so for many years to come. Regards, Frank Dusome, President and CEO, GOOD Mining Exploration Inc.

January 29, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterFrank Dusome

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