According to Bix Weir, the world financial system is just one mouse click away from its final implosion. Think of it as the financial nuclear football, very few people know the codes and no one wants to step up and blow up the current system. The fallout is going to be cataclysmic and it will be a major event in human history. Bix is on his way to finishing his fourth book, his personal conversations with the God of Finance (yes we know there's only one god). Always entertaining and interesting, Bix is one of a kind. We'll all meet and have cocktail on the Road to Roota. 

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Where Are We Going Next--Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

NIRP ramifications exploding!  Schwab, pension funds, etc.  Now that markets falling again, back in focus.

Cartel record short position, fighting to the monetary death

Horrible ADP report today - portends last leg of fabricated "recovery" dying

"Goldbugs" deemed to "root for Armageddon" - HOGWASH!

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Seems like debt just isn't like it used to be. Governments spent a dollar and supposedly got three back in increased economic activity. One has to wonder whether that was every really true, however, now the opposite is certainly the case. The more debt we take on as a society and a world, the less activity results from it. The bill is coming due and there's no one left to pay it. 

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Our regular car expert Pam Oakes joined us to discuss what is going on with the car companies. Both VW and Mitsubishi have been caught cheating on their emissions ratings. VW will wind up paying billions for this serious ethical lapse and the jury is still out on Mitsubishi. Before this GM had a defective ignition switch that caused over 100 deaths. While its current CEO fessed up, it was long known to be an issue. How can these manufacturers believe that they'll actually get away with it? Eventually, they got caught and no doubt others will be as well, now that the scrutiny of their practices has been turned up. 

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It was a great month for Gold, Silver, Oil, Natgas, the TSX.V, Bitcoin, Platinum and Palladium. They were all up by double digits. Of course some markets like the Toronto Venture Exchange were at or near all time lows. Gold and Silver showed true strength and the Silver to Gold ratio looks like it's starting to come back down to earth. Oil and perhaps Natgas appear to have put in their cycle lows. How high will they go from here? Nat's hit a low of 1.66 in February and is now at 2.18. This in spite of the lack of demand for heating or AC around the country. Bitcoin is continuing its pattern of volatility but was still up nearly 10 percent for the month. 

Check out our previous monthly reviews. There's virtually no one else out there looking back at prior performance. The Wizards of Wall Street only look ahead. But those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat their market losses. 

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Imagine being able to work from any location in the world andbefree to travel anywhere your heart desired. That's exactlywhatEris and Stephen are doing now as we speak. They started outinTampa and are currently in Madrid Spain. They carry theirworldlypossessions on their backs and are actually living more forlessmoney. And they work when they want. A great life style forsome,but is it right for you? Definitely somethingtoconsider. 

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The master cycle forecaster Charles Nenner is still calling forapossible cycle low for Gold in May, so be on the look out.Silver,however, is still on a buy signal. Stock markets could betopping,watch out for head and shoulders formation. There's lotsmore in theinterview, which will become a regular, so take a goodlisten. Ohand oil and Natgas have probably hit their lowland areboth on buysignals. 

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John Rubino visited with us today. In case you hadn't noticed,there's global economic turmoil brewing. From Greece, to Italy, toChina and of course the good old USofA, the economic laws andcycles are asserting themselves. What's a central banker to do? Andwhat's a Too Big To Fail banker going to do? The final answerprobably rests with the tried and true monetary anchor-gold. Butgetting there is the tough part and no one has any idea how that'sgoing to happen, but rest assured it will!

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Like all things new and socialist, eventually they lose their luster and wind up being discarded. When Comrade William "Bill" Wilhelm deBlasio was elected mayor of the collectivist utopia known as New York City, we took bets on how long it would take to make the once great metropolis bankrupt. It's hard to believe that just 3 years later the Comrade has exceeded our wildest expectations. A man of limited intellect, extremely poor judgment and an exaggerated sense of self-importance, the Comrade is now grasping to hold on to his political life. Seems that City Hall under his regime became an organized crime outpost where pay to play wasn't just a philosophy, it was a religion. Now the US Attorney is circling his rotting carcass as well as the DA. A recent report about electoral corruption in the City, describes a web in which deBlasio was at the center. And it just shows the difference between a rat and a politician, there are somethings a rat just won't do! 

Obama is attempting to bridge the diaper gap with generous subsidies to low income parents. Seems that being poor also means you kids will go without Pampers, isn't it wonderful the things that government will do for people in need.

Finally the lie has been put to social promotion, the practice of public schools promoting illiterates to higher grades to get rid of unwanted problems. The deal is that if your kid can't read by the end of 3rd grade, he's screwed. Florida of all places recognized this fact and outlawed the practice in most cases. Michigan is next on board. Can you imagine a world where all students learn to read and write at school? 

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Where's It Going Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

April 27th (today) - a day of Central bank infamy?
The Myth of "QE to Infinity"
The Ultimate Chinese Finger Trap
Silver 2016 - the Cartel's last stand
China vs. the Gold Cartel - No Contest!

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Professor Alain Sanders has been watching the election like the rest of us, never really sure where it's heading. But now the field is finally narrowing down. He believes that Bernie Sanders will have a major role in the party once Hillary has secured the nomination. 

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Former Congressman John LeBoutillier joined us for a discussion about Trump and Cruz. Can Cruz stop Trump? Not likely, but John says wait, this is an insane election year and you never know what's going to happen next! Where did we hear that one before? 

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Wayne Allyn Root has been a big Trump supporter almost from the get go. Now we're getting down to the final lap and Trump is looking like the winner. Of course in politics as in sports, it all comes down to not taking anything for granted and not resting until the prize is won. But Cruz and Kasich have real issues and their attempt at a alliance is having unintended negative consequences. And it may not matter in the end, Trump is coming on strong, with his likely sweep of 5 primaries today. Be prepared for Republican Nominee Trump. And get ready for Crooked Hillary!

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Michelle Seiler-Tucker doesn't see the problem with NBA Teams selling ad space on players' uniforms. That's what free enterprise is all about and it could mean over $100 million in additional annual ad revenue. But the teams should not get special government treatment either. Expensive arenas, special tax breaks, etc. They can either be private businesses fighting it out in the competitive arena or government sponsored entities, they cannot be both. 

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Union fighter Dave Bego believes that because Republicans are firmly in charge of Congress and have been for a while and probably will continue on, the Unions in order to survive are starting to hedge their bets. And since there appears to be only one party at the national level, what difference does it make anyway? Politics and war always make for strange bedfellows. 

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John Rubino spoke with us on Monday. Seems that China has printed up a cool trillion to bail out its stock market earlier this year. And Japan's Central Bank is now one of the top 10 owners of 90 percent of Japan's publicly traded companies. How did this happen? Is this really the way to bring the economy back? It hasn't worked so far and there's no reason to believe that it ever will. What's the definition of insanity? 

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“Gold is about to go ballistic and fortunes are about to be made!” – Doug Casey


Doug Casey, Chairman of Casey Research, is a real legend. He’s made hundreds of millions of dollars speculating in the junior resource sector.



00:30 Introduction to Doug Casey

01:30 Metals have Bottomed: Doug on Where Mining & the Economy are Going

03:30 Printing Money will Cause a Panic into Gold, Possible China/Russian Gold Backed Money

04:15 Best way to Profit off the New Bull Market

05:30 Doug's Top Resource Stock Right Now

07:10: Marin Katusa: The Best Stock Picker Doug Knows

07:40 Getting a 20 or 30 Bagger in Today's Market

09:30 Donald Trump: What Mr. Casey thinks of 2016 Election & Trump

11:20 Hopefully Hillary will be indicted

13:40 Is there anything to be Optimistic about? Diversify Internationally

Other savvy investors are already taking note of the deep-value trade we have in the gold sector, while at the same time, currency wars are escalating and government debt is surging higher. Ray Dalio, Carl Icahn, and George Soros have all been entering the sector.

In August, Stanley Druckenmiller shocked the world when he moved 21% of his portfolio into gold, and then in March of 2016, updated his filing to a 30% gold position! Mr. Druckenmiller is the “smart money” – his fund, over 3 decades, beat Warren Buffet’s by more than 50%!

In his interview, Doug Casey said to bet on the jockey in these cycles. Which, for his top suggestion, Brazil Resources, is Amir Adnani, a younger executive who’s already delivered large gains for investors in his previous ventures.

Right now is the time to be entering into the mines and metal shares.


Max Porterfield's is President and CEO of Callinex Mines. They're located in Canada and have a number of projects in Manitoba and are an FSN partner. The news out of the Callinex is exciting as world class investors have have invested heavily in the company. Max believes that there's an emerging supply issue with Zinc, mines have closed and above ground supplies are being depleted. This could spell opportunity for Callinex and investors who get in early. 

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Liberty HealthShare has been making incredible inroads in their efforts to empower people and giving options for health care spending. The concept of Healthcare Cost Sharing Ministries is really catching on. And for good reason too, the concept of peer-to-peer healthcare cost sharing is an idea who's time has come. Using these plans cost a fraction of traditional health insurance. Certainly cost sharing is not for everyone, but if your health is good and you're living a healthy lifestyle, it's always worth checking out, like I did. I've saved well over $10,000 since starting with them, less than one year ago. 

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Anthony Kovic has a mission in life, helping the average person prep for disaster. Depending upon where you live and your personal situation, Anthony has a plan for you.  It's not about extreme prepping at all, it's about what you would need to have if the lights and water went out for up to two weeks. Anthony was inspired to write his book after Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast and he had helped a number of friends and family to avoid the worst parts of it. 

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Where do we go from here Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

-Shanghai Fix, Deutschebank, PSLV (and soon CEF and PHYS) deals
-Exploding global demand, falling production
-Worst global economy every, exploding money printing
-Doha meeting

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Whatever happened to full disclosure and transparency? Seems now-a-days virtually everyone in every sector has a conflict of interest. Conflicts may or may note be acceptable to the parties involved, but they are never acceptable when they remain hidden. And that's exactly the problem today. The revolving door between the SEC, Treasury and the Justice Department makes it impossible for the government to hold guilty players accountable. Accountability is required to flush out the bad players, insure the fairness of the market and bring the system back to life. When and if this will happen is really in question. 

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Jeff Berwick wrote and produced a number of articles and videos last year about the Shmita. He saw major market disruptions and much chaos ahead. Just when you thought it was safe to day trade again, Jeff has been writing about the Jubilee, which is the year after the 7th Shmita. Though not observed by the Jewish religion for quite a while, Jeff believes we are experiencing the Jubilee year now and that there's much turmoil that's already occurred, but there's much more to come. Being prepared is the only way to get through this challenge without great suffering. Is he right? Probably too early to tell, but the year is already 1/3 over and if the remainder is like the beginning, buckle your seat belts. 

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The U.S. experiences a financial and terror crisis as it wrestles with the Presidential election of 2020. So goes the theme of Jim's next book. How far from reality will it be?  

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Jeff Cox is the Finance Editor at CNBC. His first book expressed great concern about the burgeoning deficit. That was in 2011 and things haven't gotten any better in the past 5 years. Things are changing, the US is changing its monetary policy and the easy money has been made thanks to Quantitative Easing and money printing. There will always be opportunities and Jeff believes that one needs to invest internationally. He also believes in holding a portion of your portfolio in gold. A very refreshing outlook from a member of the mainstream financial media. 

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