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ATTN: 33 consecutive months of UP, UP, UP for the DOW!

July 21, 2014

There has been no meaningful correction in the Dow Index (10% or more) for over 33 months! In the past 18 months the Dow has achieved 65 new highs! What’s happening? Is any of this even close to normal based on history? All the ‘price/earnings’ ratios are also at record levels even though many earnings reports are becoming dismal  and trends are declining for many Dow companies (i.e., Caterpiller, General Electric, Dupont). What has changed in our markets so that a core Index like the Dow can increase continually with no significant correction? A 10% correction used to be normal within a 12 month period! Could our cyber dollar and computer trading be part of the reason? What about Central Bank manipulation of the Dow? After all there are only 30 stocks in the Index and a manipulation of 8 KEY STOCKS could keep the Dow going UP indefinitely! Are the fundamentals (underlying our markets) actually sound, stable, and growing? Are the masses in America prospering and growing wealthy? What do you think?

The Dow Index (our gauge for market prosperity) has had no meaningful correction since 2009 (5 1/2 years). The past 33 months the Dow Index has achieved 65 new highs (50 in 2013 and 15 so far in 2014)! Is this a normal market? Can this trend continue for the rest of 2014 and 2015? 

While the global stock markets are all trending higher and higher the price of silver and gold has experienced just the opposite. For the past 39 months both silver and gold have been suppressed substantially from their highs in 2011. The high for gold was $1923 and the high for silver was $49.51 (both in April 2011). For the past 33 months both silver and gold have been bracketed (within a controlled range) and suppressed continually by manipulators and short sellers. The demand for the physical metals has grown and the supply has been generally decreasing globally, yet the PRICE of both metals have been suppressed in realtime trading. What is happening? Who would want to suppress the prices of silver/gold and who would desire that our cyber dollar be viewed as stable and sound? Can anyone discern who might desire these results? Why would select AUTHORITIES desire for gold and silver to be suppressed?

Since April of 2011 the price of both silver and gold have been suppressed by computer traders. Who might be behind this price suppression? Why would our Keynesian authorities desire that silver and gold be suppressed (even while demand for the physical metal is growing)? Think! Could it be that select authorities do not desire their CYBER DOLLAR (now a unit of nothing within cyberspace) to be viewed as stable and sound? Who is aware that we now live with mostly cyber money for our store of value and our price discovery mechanism? What is our cyber dollar (in reality)? Who understands the evolution of our dollar from its origin in 1792 to today? Why has it changed from a real physical thing…to a unit of consciousness (a no thing unit)? Today’s cyber dollar is created merely by ‘typing’ numbers into a computer screen. Should this be viewed as MONEY? Why or why not?

Can anyone hold a cyber dollar in their fingers? Try grap a cyber dollar within your cyber checking account? Your IRA account? Your investment account? Your savings account? Your credit/debit card?

A good exercise would be for each reader of this missive to attempt to find, located, or discover where our currency (called the American ‘dollar’) is located within our greater physical Universe. Think of trying to discover where this unit is located and where this location might be with respect to your present location. Can you FIND this unit of currency called our cyber dollar? Our currency called ‘dollar’ started out by being defined as grains of silver (minted into a physical coin). Our first silver dollar was minted into a coin in 1792. We could hold this coin in our hands and exchange it between each other as a unit of value. What is our unit of value today? Where is it? Can you actually STORE it? Do you personally own a physical coin which can be stored as a unit of value at your present location? If not, what do you actually own as your ‘dollar’ today? Think on this issue! What is our ‘dollar’ today? Enjoy! I am:


7 Comments leave one →
  1. hallenberg2005 permalink
    July 22, 2014 2:58 am

    don, what is going to change the unlimited money printing? we don’t even adhere to a budget – let the good times roll! plus the captial flow from foreign monies keep pouring in as well as public to private(bonds to equities). its insane but its happening!!   scott


    • July 22, 2014 4:58 pm

      The likely change that is emerging is a stock market crash and then a collapse of asset values. D


    • July 22, 2014 5:01 pm

      A coming stock market crash and a collapse of asset values might start a restructuring of the system. D

      On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 2:58 AM, Kingdom Economics – The Future Is Now wrote:



  2. Marianne Ferrari permalink
    July 22, 2014 7:13 am

    Don, when people talk about investing in gold and silver, I keep wondering what people who had invested in gold or silver would do in a real collapse. All I can see is them handing over a coin worth thousands for a loaf of bread, because they needed the loaf of bread, and had nothing else to give, for it. With bars, or whatever other sizes they have, it would be even worse.

    Glenn Beck once said the things to invest in, prior to a collapse are things like bottles of liquor, sugar, flour, and salt. These are items that can be parceled out in small amounts to pay for things you don’t have, so he has a point.

    He’s got a point. But, in both cases, you will be weighed down with either heavy metals or merchandise, which would require constant protection, in a far more dangerous world. One would be unable to leave home, lest someone steal it all.

    I simply can’t imagine how it’s going to be possible to survive, in the world that, inevitably, seems to be coming.


    • July 22, 2014 4:57 pm

      Yes, metal money is not feasible for many barter situations. If I travel outside the USA, however, than I may need gold coins or silver coins to exchange for the currency of another country. D


  3. July 22, 2014 2:04 pm

    Silver dimes today are worth around $1.65, Qtrs. $4.10 that is why people buy them for $3 ea and $6 each! The are a bargain @ http://www.whynot This government owns the printing press for the world and they can’t stop now UNTIL another country holds us responsible by starting a gold backed currency which is already happening in China and Russia. Just last month they cut their usage by a third and more will follow with a tsunami of dollars flooding back into the U.S.


    • July 22, 2014 4:56 pm

      Yes, your perspective could happen. My sense, however, is that a collapse and currency controls may prevent this from happening. D


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