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Old 05-15-2009, 07:11 AM   #1
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Faber rings the tired old bell…

This version of the truth vs. the “debt doesn’t matter” policies of the current crop of economists is the story of our time. What is anyone doing to attempt to avoid and or pad the fall? Investment ideas?

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Old 05-15-2009, 07:49 AM   #2
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The US government for sure will go bust. That I guarantee you. Not tomorrow, but it will go bust," he added.
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He's mostly correct.
Even if we stopped all new spending it would take generations to repay all the debt we have now and yet they keep trying to pile more on. It's freaking insane. China isn't buying the debt like they used to and there's no one else with the money to do it. China is getting out of US currency and moving into commodities because the US dollar is going to crash and crash hard.
Investment ideas? beans and rice, buttwipe and tins of tobacco. Bottles of booze and ammo. land you can hunt, fish and grow a large garden on. Non hybrid seeds. Canning supplies and storage bins.
Buy things you can hold, use or trade because cash, and anything based on cash is going to become worthless if they don't stop what they're doing.
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Any opinion on the GLD and SLV ETFs?
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I wouldn't touch anything you can't touch.
I haven't watched silver but gold right now is higher than I would want to spend to get in especially if China convinces the IMF to sell them their gold.
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I think they are being used to suppress the price, because they only hold a percentage of the actual physical metal. If you own a certain number of shares, you can demand delivery, according to the contract. I have used both, and SLV has more potential IMO. It has actual industrial/medical uses.

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