Barron's money decade dollar bear market Finance Gold Headline News highs in demand Intelwars media coverage Metals Silver wealth preservation


This article was contributed by Tom Beck of Portfolio Wealth Global. 

This past Thursday, we issued an OFFICIAL WARNING about a short-term breather for precious metals – we were thrilled to see it only lasted for 24hrs.

This is the MOST ROBUST we’ve seen both metals trading in just over a decade. If the year ended today, gold’s 29.6% return in 2020 would be its best since the year 2000!

Truly, this is one of the best years for the precious metals sector IN LIVING MEMORY.

As expected, when a special commodity like gold hits a new ALL-TIME HIGH, there’s media coverage as well as fast-building momentum.

You can see below that gold is IN DEMAND.


Silver, though, is the REAL STAR of the show in recent weeks. I’ve not seen CNBC, MarketWatch, Bloomberg or other major financial publications, like the WSJ or Barron’s, cover anything about its more than 100% return, since the MARCH LOWS or about the fact that the GDXJ and GDX are outperforming the NASDAQ 100!

All I’m hearing about is gold, and I’m telling you that’s NOT WHERE the major gains will come from, going forward.

Gold has double-digit upside, perhaps even low triple-digit since nobody knows where this currency stimulus experiment is going and when it is ending, but we do know ONE THING for certain: DOLLAR BEAR MARKET has arrived!

The chart below leaves no room for debate on this matter; the 10yr trend-line has broken and we anticipate it reaching as low as 60, a 33% decline from today’s value (that’s a MASSIVE PULLBACK in the currency sphere)

Take a look:


There is still $5,000,000,000,000 parked in money market accounts – a RECORD-HIGH. In the coming weeks and months, as more evidence COMES OUT that Covid-19 is easily cured by using READILY-AVAILABLE medicine when caught in the first five days, the public will go back to feeling safe.

Up to this present moment, I personally haven’t felt even a shred of doubt that this virus is a MEDIA BLITZKRIEG and that the facts do not align with the fear-mongering; don’t settle for what CNN and NBC are puking at you – research on your own.

One habit that I’ve practiced since the age of 21 is to CONSUME ZERO MSM programming.

I’m extremely grateful to the mentor who came into my life, and told me to SHUT MY EYES to what the traditional media focuses on and to only consume QUALITY CONTENT.

Using the garden as an illustration, he said that the MSM is like weed growth and that my job is to ROOT THEM OUT.


Most Americans, unfortunately, haven’t searched for mentors, so they get their REALITY PROPAGANDA from the media, which is literally engaged in DELIBERATE MISINFORMATION and has no regard for the truth.

The above chart is the result; a quarter of Americans get their income from the government, which gets its income partly from taxes, but mostly from ISSUING unsustainable DEBT.

I’m stunned how unprepared people are for the worst financial regression of their lifetimes.

We’re entering a decade of stagflation and 50 million people are unemployed.

The world has lost $10tn of GDP this year and this is my message to you:

  1. SILVER will be worth over $50/ounce by 2022.
  2. Quality mining stocks will double, triple and quadruple.
  3. The next major financial crisis will invite FOREIGN PRIME MINISTERS to discuss replacing the dollar system.
  4. The time to prepare is YESTERDAY!
2020 Bullying central banking COVID-19 Donald Trump elections Finance global pandemic Headline News Intelwars Politics poor rich Scam unemployment United States WHITE HOUSE


This article was contributed by James Davis with Future Money Trends. 

Going into 2020, Donald Trump was the LEADING CANDIDATE. He was a champion of finance, a wizard in terms of stock market returns, fighting for Americans against the rising power of China, in charge of overseeing the lowest unemployment in U.S. history, and winner of the impeachment hoax and various other legal and congressional battles. On January 15th, he even signed the Phase 1 trade deal.

For a man with ZERO POLITICS in his background before getting sworn in TO OFFICE, he was doing pretty well. During his term, two of the Middle East’s chief terror architects were killed, a wall was constructed to stop illegal immigration from Mexico, and globalist-focused trade agreements became null and void.

Americans from rich to poor were pretty happy, even if they didn’t like Donald’s bullying of the media or his overall attitude, which many don’t connect with.

His Twitter victory laps about the greatest economy ever, record stock market returns, low unemployment, and his feud with the Federal Reserve over zeroing-out interest rates made him popular with his base.

I loved his achievements, personally.

COVID-19 is Trump’s Achilles’ heel. In private conversations inside the White House during March and April, he was often quoted asking, “Why is this happening to me?” This shows his mindset was not on solving this pandemic, but on remaining popular and on top.


We can easily see the change in sentiment with businesses and individual voters since
COVID-19 engulfed our lives.

He is just not himself. To me, at least, having been a close student of his presidency, it seems that Donald feels like his work ended the day COVID-19 began.

In his mind, what he set out to do in 2016 worked fantastically and a once-in-a-century GLOBAL PANDEMIC can’t be the thing that defines his period in the White House.

It almost seems as if he is torn between not wanting the job anymore and wanting to win an election again just for the sake of it.


The United States is so large and so varied that the different states are going through COVID-19 at separate times. One state could flatten its curve while an outbreak occurs at another.

This is why a “V”-shaped recovery is impossible, even though it is beyond any shadow of a doubt that this disease is not the DREADED MONSTER the media hyped it up to be in the Italian case.

Trump’s mentality, always geared towards celebrating personal achievements, just can’t make the leap and switch to CRISIS MANAGEMENT.

This isn’t the time to divide and conquer, but rather bring the country together.

His ace up the sleeve is his SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN DOMINANCE.

On Facebook, the Trump campaign spent roughly $33M just in the month of April, which is more than double what Biden had.

The way both candidates use Facebook ads is completely different. Biden tries to raise funds while Trump is virtually and digitally targeting the actual individuals that will end up CALLING THE ELECTIONS.

Inside the swing state, within the swing county, penetrating almost to the individual swing voter, like having him knocking on your door… that’s how targeted it gets.

In 2016, Trump was a clear underdog and he pulled off the greatest upset in democratic election history.

In 2020, it’s hard to call him the underdog, but he is probably behind Biden as of now.

Can Facebook and social media deliver another prestigious win for him?