To Purchase Silver or Gold through Drockton Bullion email email@example.com. Please include your phone number and the best time to reach you. Also, amount you are interested in investing so we can give you the best possible price.
We carry .999 pure silver coins and rounds, 90% Bulk Coins etc.
Monetarism is the school of economics that argues money supply is everything. Using the micro-economic model of Supply and Demand, the more dollars in circulation the less they are worth. Enter quantitative easing 3.
"Hyperinflation occurs when there is a continuing (and often accelerating) rapid increase in the amount of money that is not supported by a corresponding growth in the output of goods and services. This results in an imbalance between the supply and demand for the money (including currency and bank deposits), causing rapid inflation. Very high inflation rates can result in a loss of confidence in the currency, similar to a bank run. Usually, the excessive money supply growth is results from the government being either unable or unwilling to fully finance the government budget through taxation or borrowing, and instead it finances the government budget deficit through the printing of money.
As it allows a government to devalue their spending and displace (or avoid) a tax increase, governments have sometimes resorted to excessively loose monetary policy to meet their expenses. Inflation is effectively a regressive consumption tax, but less overt than levied taxes and therefore harder to understand by ordinary citizens. Inflation can obscure quantitative assessments of the true cost of living, as published price indices only look at data in retrospect, so may increase only months or years later. Monetary inflation can become hyperinflation if monetary authorities fail to fund increasing government expenses from taxes, government debt, cost cutting, or by other means..." (Source)
Quantitative Easing 3:
Quantitative Easing is when the Federal Reserve has the United States Treasury print more money. Print more money and you lessen the value of all money in circulation according to the monetarists. Print to much money and you end up with hyper-inflation.
There are other variables to consider:
1. China and Japan have agreed to use their own currencies for trade, abandoning the dollar. This also increases the number of dollars in circulation and decreases the value of the dollar.
2. China is laying the groundwork for its currency to replace the dollar worldwide as the primary medium of exchange.
3. Other countries are also abandoning the dollar.
Impact of Debt and Derivatives:
Once you are caught in the Bankster matrix, the end result is always hyper-inflation. This is a result of increasing debt and interest payments. Greece is one example. Spain is another. Derivatives have accelerated this debt burden as Banksters transfer your wealth into their pockets, then replace it with worthless debt.
The Volcker Rule:
In an attempt to create the appearance that they are trying to represent your interests over their own, Congress is now revisiting the Volcker Rule. This from Bloomberg:
"The rule, named for former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker, is intended to reduce the chance that banks will put depositors’ money at risk. Dodd-Frank, signed into law in 2010, largely left regulators to define the provisions, and in October, they released a proposal for the rule, which is scheduled to take effect in July. In April, the Fed said banks would have two years to implement it, as long as they make a “good faith” effort to comply with the ban on proprietary trading. (Source)
In the meantime, Banksters are free to gamble with your Savings Account, Checking Account or IRA. I wouldn't bet on your money being there when you truly need it. FDIC is quickly becoming a sad joke and 'printing press politics' is here to stay.
While the dollar disintegrates, hard commodities will only increase in value. Silver has appreciated 1000% over the past decade and gold has gone up 600%. Look for supply of both precious metals to shortly disappear as the rug gets yanked out from under the dollar.
Buy food, clothes, seeds, firearms and fuel. Then invest the rest in precious metals. You can thank me later. Buy silver or gold by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The only investment with real value remains precious metals. To buy physical silver or gold email email@example.com