Ty Andros of Traderview.com was here for our Friday special, The Wrap. There's so much happening in the world right now that it is impossible to keep track of. Many of us just throw up our hands and just ignore. But ignore the world financial crisis at your own financial peril. Things are happening now that will have a tremendous affect upon you and your family. It is extremely important to get an accurate picture of the world financial chaos so that you can preserve your wealth and even increase it. 

The banksters got paid by Greece, and everyone else wound up taking it the hard way. This cycle is going to be repeated over and over until there's no one left standing. The precious metals are getting a lot of unwanted attention and selling pressure from parties who are, charitably termed, non-profit sellers, i.e. the elites. Don't be deceived, you need to keep your core metal holdings safe. Ty recommends dumping cash and putting as much as possible into the precious metals. While this may seem a bit extreme, who out there predicted the financial crisis would reach the epic proportions that it has?

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Mickey Fulp, the Mercenary Geologist, is always trying to see the world in different ways. When you can break from the pack to gain unique insight into the way markets behave and participants react, there's a great potential for profits. When we talked to Mickey back in October, Platinum was trading below Gold, an occurrence that has happened only very rarely in the past. Every time it's happened before, Platinum has posted large gains, and this time has been no exception. Today, 3/16/12 it's at $1670; Mickey was a buyer at $1500. Now, it's back over Gold and the fundamentals look extremely favorable.

The undervalued commodity play of the decade has to be natural gas. It's trading just over $2 per mcf, and the ratio of btu's against a barrel of oil just shot up 50! Of course there are very good reasons why this is happening. The shale gas boom in the US has given us an extreme NG surplus. It's a regional market, and the gas is very hard to move and export to other places in the world. But, be sure that as long as the world is hungry for energy, someone will find a way to get that gas where it needs to be. Especially when gas trades around $10 per mcf in Europe and $15 per mcf in Asia. But patience in this market is clearly a requisite and a virtue.

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