Gold signals beginning of hyperinflation....

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Larry, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. Larry

    Larry Guest

    As this observation will cause prices of phones and service to skyrocket,
    it's not off topic, at all.....

    Look closely at this graph:

    See the peak 6 months ago when the banks started to collapse? Then, gold
    plummeted as the VALUE of the fake Federal Reserve private bank corp notes
    ROSE, signalling DEflation, where prices are supposed to drop and gold gets
    cheaper, down to $709.50/oz to the delight of all fake banknote holders as
    it made many things cheaper.

    But, to save their bankers that finance political campaigns, politicians
    cranked up the Fed's printing presses so they could loan hundreds of
    billions of fake banknotes that have no actual value, created out of thin
    air. Bankers got billions....most of it simply vanishing in a hokus-pokus
    of banker magic, a vanishing act.

    Now, it appears the chickens have come home to roost, and the amazing pile
    of fake banknotes created out of nothing are driving the value of your
    amassed cash into the ground, again.

    Gold has quickly RISEN in price, it's rock steady value, the standard by
    which all value is measured, whether bankers and politicians like it or
    not, as the fake Federal Reserve American Dollar banknotes drop like a rock
    in perceived value.

    15 days ago it took 709 fake dollars to buy an oz of gold. Today, after
    two days of serious price increase over the trend, it takes 928 fake
    dollars to buy the same oz of gold....nearly 31% MORE.

    The bankers must be very pleased if we are headed back into our spiral of
    continuous inflation on all fronts....disasterous for the people and the
    market...any market.

    If Fords don't sell at $30K, think how well they'll sell at $40K...$50K....
    Larry, Jan 30, 2009
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  2. Larry

    Mike Guest

    And its all the fault of the iphone and itunes .....

    The N800 will save us all!

    Mike, Jan 30, 2009
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  3. Larry

    Mike Guest

    Unfortunately though itunes love my credit card gold doesn't work so well.

    Mike, Jan 31, 2009
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