Martin Armstrong is back on the show to talk about what's really happening to the world financial markets. He explains how flimsy the entire Euro structure was from the get-go. He advised the leaders to unify Europe both monetarily and fiscally, but they rejected that advice, rightly believing that theexpanded European Union would never have been approved. His only surprise is that the entire structure held together as long as it has. He believes that Germany will be forced to inflate, because no one is willing to accept the consequences of massive deflation, complete with bank failures and widespread unemployment. Therefore, the politicians will take the path of least resistance as they always do.

MF Global was another disaster of massive proportions. It is now obvious that your money is unsafe no matter where it is being kept, except perhaps in physical gold and silver. The clearinghouse was always supposed be the ultimate guarantor of customer funds, making good on customer accounts when companies failed. However, this never happened in the MF Global failure and there are many thousands of investors left holding the bag. But more importantly, confidence in an already shaky system has been furtger undermined. The eventual results could be devastating to all investors any place on the globe.

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Ian Farrar was fortunate to connect with legendary investor Jim Sinclair. Sinclair has been one of the acknowledged masters of precious metals investing. And he should be, he's been doing it for many decades now. In 2001, he predicted that gold would hit $1650 per ounce by January 11, 2011. He was only a few months off, a pretty amazing call made so many years ago.

What did Jim Sinclair know that the rest of us didn't? He understood what governments do in times of trouble, and he understood that the greatest currency collapse in history was on the horizon. While it is very difficult to predict the price of any security or commodity in the short term, some people are able to recognize and follow a long term trend. Gold and Silver have been in 11 year bull markets. You can trace the beginnings of their moves back to the end of the DotComm (DotBomb) era.

While many others have piled on into the precious metals bandwagon and have provided valuable commentary, only a few were spot on in 2001. Ian has followed Jim's advice to the "T" and has gotten through much of the Global Financial Collapse unscathed. But the good news is, it's not too late for you to do the same.

Please send your questions to kl@kerrylutz.com or call us at 347-460-LUTZ.

Direct download: Ian_Farrar_12-6-11.mp3
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According to one of our favorite blogs theeconomiccollapseblog.com, the United States is getting poorer by the day. This is happening on all levels of society, with governments going broke, companies collapsing and household wealth in a serious tailspin. But just because your country is going down the tubes, doesn't mean you have to go with it. As I've said before, there has never been a better time to start a business than right now! For just a few thousand dollars, you can become an international powerhouse. Just like the Colt .45 was the great equalizer in the Wild West, the internet is the great business equalizer in the modern world.

I admit, the economic statistics are bleak. But this can help you in your endeavors. So many people who would be your potential competitors are discouraged and fearful and therefore out of the picture. As my mentor Joel Bauer says, "Everyone has some area of expertise that people will pay them for." What's your passion and can you monetize it?

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