|Charles Goyette and Ron Paul|
Martin here with a special edition of Money and Markets dedicated especially to Charles Goyette’s subscribers.
Why? Because I want to make absolutely certain that you don’t miss his landmark interview with Ron Paul, which he sent you yesterday.
Click here to read the interview in its entirety.
Then consider this:
Never before in our lifetime have we seen a convergence of global forces as powerful as the ones now bearing down on us today!
And never before has there been a better time to hear from Ron Paul on all the markets of urgent interest to our readers — gold, silver, oil, interest rates and more!
Right now, we see the greatest money-printing and bond-buying by central banks of all time, threatening to drive the value of paper money into the gutter.
In years past, this was behavior associated with peripheral, underdeveloped countries. Now, it’s become the standard fare in the world’s largest industrial economies — the US, the UK, the EU, and Japan.
The implications for the dollar, the euro, the yen — and every asset denominated in these currencies — are both far-reaching and frightening.
We see the most sweeping power shifts in the Middle East in a century, threatening potentially massive disruptions in the flow of oil.
The ethnic, religious, political and economic venom are so deep and so broad, even the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seems small by comparison.
So far, except for some flare-ups last year, it has not spilled over onto the Arabian Peninsula in a major way. So oil supplies have been largely spared. But that could change at almost any time.
And we also see national and global threats to privacy, freedom, and ultimately, prosperity itself.
Threats to your privacy may not seem to have a financial impact. But they do. They can chase away hundreds of billions in scared money. And they can create major disruptions to the flow of urgently needed capital.
This is why Charles’ interview with Mr. Paul is so timely! So in case you missed it or want to review key portions, click here.
Good luck and God bless!
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