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Double Eagle Headlines: October 19, 2020

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Silver Market Update – minor dip possible before 2nd major upleg starts…
With hyperinflation looming, silver has to be one of the best investments of these times, especially as it leverages gold’s gains. This Summer saw a spectacular high volume breakout from the giant base pattern that had been forming for years, as we can see on its latest 13-year chart, which is hardly surprising considering the Fed’s white hot money creation. The breakout triggered a sharp runup that resulted in silver becoming heavily overbought in a zone of quite strong resistance, hence the reaction since early August which is setting it up for the next big run… (Continue to full article)

Time’s up: After a reprieve, a wave of evictions expected across U.S.
On Sept. 1, U.S. health officials announced they would suspend evictions across the United States to help stem further spread of the novel coronavirus.

Unless Congress and the Trump administration move past their deadlock over the contours of a new COVID-19 relief package and include financial relief for tenants and landlords, January will bring a surge in displacement and homelessness “unlike anything we have ever seen,” said John Pollock, a Public Justice Center attorney and coordinator of the National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel… (Continue to full article)

The Fed Says the Federal Budget Is Unsustainable
Tuesday’s speech by Fed Chair Jerome Powell began with the usual nod to the pandemic for making life difficult for the masses, followed by the various pats on the back for the central bankers and what they have done in fighting the problems caused by COVID. Powell even praised the government, noting “the fiscal response was truly extraordinary,” thanks to the $3 Trillion of “economic support” under the CARES Act as well as several other lesser known bills.

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), was also mentioned, which, according to the Chair, “partly forestalled an expected wave of bankruptcies and lessened permanent layoffs.”… (Continue to full article)

‘The US Dollar Hyperinflation & Crack-Up Boom Have Begun’!
The truth hurts, and the sad fact is that most people will be in denial the whole way through this historically always-chosen, self-fulfilling destiny, paralyzed, shocked, and incapable of taking action as their wealth vaporizes in front of their very eyes.

I mean, if the US dollar has not already hyperinflated, then why does a $20.00 gold coin from the time our money was Constitutional cost $2,000.00 today?… (Continue to full article)

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Let’s do something about that…

The Edge is heard at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), each Monday through Friday on Republic Broadcasting Network. Jeffrey Bennett, host of the program will be sharing over 60 years of his personal experience in the precious metals markets, in addition to educational commentary regarding YOUR financial health and welfare.

Jeffrey Bennett, host of the program shares over 60 years of his personal experience in the precious metals markets, in addition to educational commentary regarding YOUR financial health and welfare.

Added to the forum will be intense and sometimes dark and challenging commentary regarding daily events and circumstances, which are affecting the downward spiral of this once great nation. Programming will include topics such as the dark direction that our nation seems to be headed through the horrendous hatred in the political fields, our physical Health and the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the nations’ public education system.

Kettle Moraine, Ltd.
P.O. Box 579
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
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When ancient Greece experienced their own ‘2020’…

For the powerful city-state of Athens in ancient Greece, the year 430 BC was one of the most tumultuous and dramatic in its history.

Prior to 430 BC, Athens had been at the pinnacle of stability and power for decades.

But in the course of that single year, the city was invaded by Sparta at the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War; Athenian officials essentially impeached their leader, Pericles, and put him on trial; and a deadly plague killed off up to 20% of the population.

In short, for ancient Athenians, 430 BC probably felt like 2020 does for us. Continue reading

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What is the difference between Electronic Money, Virtual currency and Digital currency?

Electronic money
Every one of us has a bank savings card. When we deposit money to the card, we will have a number in our bank account, indicating how much we have saved. In the process, we gave the cash to Bank, the bank gave us a bank card plus a number, this figure is our electronic money. After we deposit it, we can take out the money on the ATM machine or on the counter, or use the online banking, UnionPay or various third-party payment tools to make purchases or transactions. Continue reading

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Cashless Society Coming Soon? The Fed Is Preparing To Deposit “Digital Dollars” Directly To “Each American

The Globalists want a cashless society so that they can remove any shred of privacy people still have, and have complete control over the monetary system. COVID is being used to rush these plans into place.

Over the past decade, the one common theme despite the political upheaval and growing social and geopolitical instability, was that the market would keep marching higher and the Fed would continue injecting liquidity into the system. Continue reading

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Let’s Get Physical…

Cap’n Morgana sezzzzz…

Eye me hearty’s… for those who may not be in the know… although the value of me treasure chests appear to have continued to rise in value – it has become nearly impossible to acquire enough goods to fill me Treasure Chest’s of late,

BUT ’tis not the complete story. Me crew has access to a NEW supply of goods and we continue to work long hours of the day and night to round said treasure up – for YOU!

… but we’ll be having something BRAND NEW now to add to yer’ Treasure chests! ~ Let’s Get Physical ~ Take a look NOW!

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It ain’t Friday, but it’s still the 13th!

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Grocery Stores Are Prepping for a Second Wave and Holiday Food Shortages
Grocery stores across the United States are stocking up on products to avoid shortages during a second wave of coronavirus.

The article goes on to say that most household items, like paper towels, Clorox wipes continue to be difficult to keep in stock. This is due to people stockpiling the items due to the COVID pandemic. People are cleaning and sanitizing their homes much more often, hoping to keep the virus away. Stores nationwide are stocking up in preparation for not only a second wave of COVID but also for the coming holidays.

But don’t forget to stock up on Corona… the beer we mean… (Continue to full article)

America faces uncertain times
There is much uncertainty in regards to the outcome of the presidential election. Also the current pandemic which continues to see certain countries and parts of the United States spiking looking very much like a second wave of infections. These two factors will certainly continue to be supportive of the safe haven asset class, i.e. gold… (Continue to full article)

6 Months Into the Pandemic, Americans’ Finances Are Hurting
After six month and counting of high unemployment, lost wages, and economic shutdowns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans’ emergency savings are in dire straits. Many cities have reopened businesses (with certain precautions), but for many, the damage has already been done.

In September, Clever surveyed 1,500 Americans on their financial statuses and how the pandemic has impacted them. Although joblessness has slowed since March and lockdown restrictions have been partially lifted, the financial picture of most Americans still isn’t looking so bright… (Continue to full article)

No Stimulus, No Problem?
One Bank Sees “No Armageddon” Without A New Stimulus Deal.

The odds of Trump being that president may rise if he refuses to concede to Democrat demands for a giga stimulus, and merely holds firm until after the election… (Continue to full article)

Some HOT Blues…

Why The Fed Bugs Really, Really Hate Gold
For years we’ve been trying to figure out why JPMorgan’s Board of Directors hasn’t sacked its Chairman and CEO, Jamie Dimon, as the bank racked up two felony counts in 2014 for its failure to alert U.S. regulators to glaring red flags in the bank account it held for Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme; one felony count in 2015 for rigging foreign exchange markets; and two more felony counts just last month for rigging the precious metals and U.S. Treasury market. (The bank admitted to all five counts.)

In addition, the bank came under another criminal investigation in 2012 and 2013 when it lost $6 billion of its bank depositors’ money gambling in credit derivatives in London (the London Whale scandal). Turns out Jamie Dimon has been taking very good care of the Directors on his Board and they have been… (Continue to full article)

“To the Moon Alice…”

Why Is The U.S. Mint Increasing Silver Eagle Prices to $67
I explain what’s in store for the gold and silver prices over the next few weeks. Also, we heard a lot of news last week that the U.S. Mint increased the price of its 2020 Silver Eagle to $67. I discuss why the U.S. Mint is increasing the price of the 2020 Silver Eagle and if that is going to impact precious metals investors… (Continue to full article)

“To the moon, Alice. Right to the moon!”

NEXT F***ING LEVEL: Silver $35
If indeed, September 28th was the bottom, this would mark a 54-day correction, from the top on August 5th, with a PRICE DROP of 11%, which isn’t A LOT for this kind of move, considering the run-up, leading up to it. Frequently, after all-time highs, gold can RETRACT BY 15% and even by 20%, so there’s a chance this is a FAKE BREAKOUT. But we tend to believe that the anticipation of YET ANOTHER stimulus package is what’s causing the markets to be FORWARD-LOOKING… (Continue to full article)

U.S. Mint To Reduce Gold & Silver Eagle Production Over The Next 12-18 Months
Due to measures taking by the West Point Mint to protect workers from the virus, the production of gold and silver coins will be reduced over the next 12-18 months. By enacting these worker policy changes, the U.S. Mint will not be able to produce gold and silver bullion coins at the same time.

Thus, if demand continues to be strong for Gold and Silver Eagles, we could see higher premiums in the future… But keep your eyes out for the transition to a Cashless Society – Because it IS just around the corner! (Continue to full article)

More than half of all Americans “plan to stockpile food and other essentials” for the chaotic months ahead
There was a time when preppers were relentlessly mocked, but nobody is laughing now. Today, most Americans are thinking about stockpiling food, and this massive shift in our national mindset has been sparked by concern about what is going to happen in the months ahead. Many Americans believe that another wave of the coronavirus pandemic is coming, others believe that our ongoing economic depression will get even deeper, and yet others are convinced that the upcoming election could produce widespread violence. Of course there have always been people that have been deeply alarmed about future events, but we have never seen anything quite like this… (Continue to full article)

[Got physical… close at hand?]

Let’s do something about that…

The Edge is heard at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), each Monday through Friday on Republic Broadcasting Network. Jeffrey Bennett, host of the program will be sharing over 60 years of his personal experience in the precious metals markets, in addition to educational commentary regarding YOUR financial health and welfare.

Kettle Moraine, Ltd.
P.O. Box 579
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
1 – 623 – 327 – 1778

gold@morganapreciousmetals.com

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Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, THIEF!

What you are about to read, takes me back to the year 2000, as I studied and compiled information and data for weeks in preparation for another of my lengthy broadcast marathons – one which in fact was eventually presented as an eight hour series. In addition to that, it was in fact a “Sequel” to a previous six-hour series, “All the King’s Men,” which told the TRUE story of the 1929 Stock Market Crash, which thrust America into the Great Depression.

The names you will learn about here may have changed (not all of them, for many of their descendants are still stirring the pots), and many of the businesses may be out of business or merged with others, but the beat goes on… and within the next sixty pages of the attached file, you will meet the most amazing cast of foul, evil characters who have ever existed in the past five-hundred years – and YOU are still paying the price. We all are – and we continue to pay the price as we will be managed and handled for eternity.

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A History of Money and Banking in The United States Before the Twentieth Century

In the beginning…

As an outpost of Great Britain, colonial America of course used British pounds, pence, and shillings as its money.

Great Britain was officially on a silver standard, with the shilling defined as equal to 86 pure Troy grains of silver, and with silver as so-defined legal tender for all debts (that is, creditors were compelled to accept silver at that rate). However, Britain also coined gold and maintained a bimetallic standard by fixing the gold guinea, weighing 129.4 grains of gold, as equal in value to a certain weight of silver. In that way, gold became, in effect, legal tender as well. Continue reading

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