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I’m Extremely Bullish With These Metals

I’m Extremely Bullish With These Metals

I’m Extremely Bullish With These Metals
A Perfectly-Timed Opportunity and a Deep-Value Contrarian Speculation
Timing is Epic

There’s no doubt that zinc is currently the most attractive base metal investment out there – It’s almost a fairytale story.


The natural resource sector is based on the most fundamental economic equation, supply and demand, and zinc is following a classic pattern that is truly the quintessential formation of a once-in-a-generation bull market.

As seen in the chart, 2016 is proving to be a year in which we will see a severe supply deficit, and it will carry on into 2017.

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Greatest Gold Lessons of 2016

Greatest Gold Lessons of 2016

Tightening Rates and Higher Inflation to Ignite Gold Move to $1,700-$2,000
The market is very optimistic regarding Trump and his infrastructure plans. Because he has promised to do so much for the U.S. economy and for job creation, the market has staged a huge rally into new highs, with small-cap domestic stocks leading the charge.

What Trump proposes to do is revolutionary, but between campaign promises and actually getting things done, there’s a world of difference.

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The Mainstream Media Has Brainwashed Investors Regarding FED Rate Hike Cycles

- Historical Truth Unleashed –

The Mainstream Media Has Brainwashed Investors Regarding FED Rate Hike Cycles

- Historical Truth Unleashed –

Since launching Wealth Research Group at the beginning of 2016, I have dedicated a considerable amount of time to understanding precious metals and their relationship to other factors and assets.

From 1971, when gold began trading freely, there have been times of massive inflation, credit crises, deflationary periods, high and low interest rates, peace times, and excessive wars, currency devaluations, and even negative interest rates.  

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Tidal Wave of Credit Defaults Coming

Tidal Wave of Credit Defaults Coming

Corporate debt in the U.S. has soared over the last few years.

A great chuck of this debt originates from subprime lenders, auto makers, and mall developers and operators.
In 2017, the first maturities on the colossal amount of junk bonds that were issued in the record issuance cycle between 2010 and 2015 are a dark, overhanging cloud.

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The Biggest Change in Money Ever

The Biggest Change in Money Ever

After nearly 200 years, the world’s most profitable cartel is coming to an end – the central bank mafia.

It’s illegal to create your own currency. Only central banks have had that lawful right, but their monopoly is under threat, and the central bankers are terrified of this.

What threatens their chokehold on the money supply are digital currencies.

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