NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

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Rampant Inflation In 2011? The Monetary Base Is Exploding, Commodity Prices Are Skyrocketing And The Fed Wants To Print Lots More Money



Are you ready for rampant inflation? Well, unfortunately it looks like it might be headed our way. The U.S. monetary base has absolutely exploded over the last couple of years, and all that money is starting to filter through into the hands of consumers. Commodity prices are absolutely skyrocketing, and it is inevitable that those price increases will show up in our stores at some point soon. The U.S. dollar has already been slipping substantially, and now there is every indication that the Fed is hungry to start printing even more money. All of these things are going to cause a rise in inflation. Not that we aren't already seeing inflation in many sectors of the economy. Airline fares for the holiday season are up 20 to 30 percent above last year's rates. Double-digit increases in health insurance premiums are being reported from coast to coast. The price of food has been quietly sneaking up even at places like Wal-Mart. Meanwhile the U.S. government insists that the rate of inflation is close to zero. Anyone who actually believes the government inflation numbers is living in a fantasy world. The U.S. government has been openly manipulating official inflation numbers for several decades now.

But we really haven't seen anything yet. As increasingly larger amounts of paper money are dumped into the economy, we are eventually going to see the worst inflation in American history. The only real question is how far down the road are we going to get before it happens.

Take a few moments and digest the chart below. It shows just how dramatically the U.S. monetary base has been expanded recently....



Up to this point this dramatic expansion of the U.S. monetary base has not caused that much inflation because U.S. government borrowing has soaked most of it up and U.S. banks have been hoarding cash and have been building up their reserves.

However, this situation will not last forever. Eventually all this cash will make its way through the food chain and into the hands of U.S. consumers.

But what is even more troubling is the dramatic spike in commodity prices that we have seen in 2010.

Wheat futures have surged 63 percent since the month of June. Wheat has recently been selling well above 7 dollars a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade.

But wheat is far from alone. In his recent column entitled "An Inflationary Cocktail In The Making", Richard Benson listed many of the other commodities that have seen extraordinary price increases over the past year....

*Agricultural Raw Materials: 24%
*Industrial Inputs Index: 25%
*Metals Price Index: 26%
*Coffee: 45%
*Barley: 32%
*Oranges: 35%
*Beef: 23%
*Pork: 68%
*Salmon: 30%
*Sugar: 24%
*Wool: 20%
*Cotton: 40%
*Palm Oil: 26%
*Hides: 25%
*Rubber: 62%

*Iron Ore: 103%

Now, as those price increases enter the chain of production do you think that there is any chance that they will not cause inflation?
Do you think there is any chance at all that producers and retailers will not pass those costs on to consumers?

It is time to face facts.

Those cost increases are going to filter all the way through the system and your paycheck is soon not going to stretch nearly as far.

Inflation is coming.

Many savvy investors understand what is going on right now. That is one reason why gold and silver are absolutely soaring at the moment.
The price of gold set another record high on Friday for the sixth straight day.

Silver has also experienced extraordinary gains recently, and the U.S. Mint has officially raised their wholesale pricing above spot on American Silver Eagles from $1.50 to $2.00.

Meanwhile, there are even more rumblings that the Fed wants to print lots more money. On Friday, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, William Dudley, stated that the high unemployment and the low inflation that the United States is experiencing right now are "wholly unacceptable"....

"Further action is likely to be warranted unless the economic outlook evolves in such a way that makes me more confident that we will see better outcomes for both employment and inflation before long."

During his remarks, Dudley even mentioned what the effect of another $500 billion increase in the Fed?s balance sheet would be.

Now keep in mind, this is not just another "Joe" who is making these remarks.

This is the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York - the most important of all the regional Fed banks.

In recent weeks it is almost as if you can hear Fed officials salivate as they consider the prospect of flooding the economy with even more money.

Up to this point, very little has worked to stimulate the dying U.S. economy. The Federal Reserve and the Obama administration are getting nervous as the American people become increasingly frustrated about the economic situation.

So will flooding the economy with even more money and causing even more inflation do the trick?

Well, no, but what inflated GDP figures will do is enable Obama and the Fed to say: "Look the economy is growing again!"

But if a flood of paper money causes the value of goods and services produced in the U.S. to go up by 5 percent but the real inflation rate is 10 percent, are we better off or are we worse off?

It doesn't take a genius to figure that one out.

So don't get fooled by "economic growth" numbers. Just because more money is changing hands doesn't mean that the U.S. economy is doing better.

In fact, many American families are going to be financially shredded by the coming inflation tsunami.

Just think about it.

How far will your paycheck go when a half gallon of milk is 10 dollars and a loaf of bread is 5 dollars?

Already, it is incredibly difficult for the average American family of four to get by on $50,000 a year.

So how much money will we need when rampant inflation starts kicking in?

And do you think that your employers will actually give you pay raises to keep up with all of this inflation?

Not in these economic conditions.

In fact, median household incomes are declining from coast to coast all over the United States.

Earlier this year, Ben Bernanke promised Congress that the Federal Reserve would not "print money" to help the U.S. Congress finance the exploding U.S. national debt.

Did any of you believe him at the time?

Did any of you actually believe that the Federal Reserve would act responsibly and would attempt to keep the money supply and inflation under control?

The reality is that the entire Federal Reserve system is predicated on perpetual inflation and a perpetually expanding national debt.

Whatever wealth you and your family have been able to scrape together is going to continue to be whittled away month after month after month by the hidden tax of inflation.

And unfortunately, as discussed above, inflation is about to get a whole lot worse.

So is there any room for optimism? Is there any hope that we will not see horrible inflation in the years ahead? Please feel free to leave a comment with your opinion below....
 

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But what is even more troubling is the dramatic spike in commodity prices that we have seen in 2010.

Wheat futures have surged 63 percent since the month of June. Wheat has recently been selling well above 7 dollars a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade.

But wheat is far from alone. In his recent column entitled "An Inflationary Cocktail In The Making", Richard Benson listed many of the other commodities that have seen extraordinary price increases over the past year....

*Agricultural Raw Materials: 24%
*Industrial Inputs Index: 25%
*Metals Price Index: 26%
*Coffee: 45%
*Barley: 32%
*Oranges: 35%
*Beef: 23%
*Pork: 68%
*Salmon: 30%
*Sugar: 24%
*Wool: 20%
*Cotton: 40%
*Palm Oil: 26%
*Hides: 25%
*Rubber: 62%

*Iron Ore: 103%
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I do know that wheat is up because of drought conditions and soybeans are up because of low yields.What you are going to see in the next few months is dairy cows being liquidated so beef will come down dramatically but milk and it's products are going to rise to levels we have never seen.Then once the cow correction as it is being called is stabilized look out for the price of beef to skyrocket.You will have about 2 months to stock up on beef while it is low so if you have a freezer then fill it.Dairy farmers are getting out because they cannot afford to pay for the feed, then with not as many the price will be outrageous.
 
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New ag reports point to inflation in food prices

posted at 12:15 pm on November 10, 2010 by Ed Morrissey <small> </small>

Fresh on the heels over the debate of whether and when inflation hit food prices, the Department of Agriculture warned yesterday that, well, inflation will hit food prices ? and hard. Projected crop yields, combined with production issues and higher demand in Asia, have put food commodities in an ?alarming? position, according to analysts. That?s good news for farmers, and bad news for just about everybody else:
The agriculture department on Tuesday cut estimates of US corn yields for a third successive month, forecast record soyabean exports to China and warned of the slimmest cotton stocks since 1925. ?

Benchmark Chicago corn futures soared above $6 a bushel for the first time since August 2008, before ending lower.

Soyabeans rose 4.3 per cent and New York cotton futures posted a record above $1.51 a pound. The price rises have revived fears of a repeat of the global food crisis of 2007-08.

In Europe, milling wheat surpassed a peak reached after Russia banned grain exports in August in response to a devastating drought.
Corn was a special concern. The staple crop?s projected yield has now been revised downward twice, and the bumper from this year has hit a 15-year low. One of the culprits in this shortage is ethanol production, which has again increased demand, taken more of the harvest, and raised prices. Those price impacts will be felt in direct costs to consumers for corn-based products, and also from beef prices influenced by the price of corn-based feed.

This report comes in the middle of a debate over the Federal Reserve?s plan for a second round of ?quantitative easing,? which essentially prints money in order for the Fed to buy US debt through Treasury bonds. Sarah Palin warned that inflation had already hit grocery store prices, hitting American consumers in their pocketbooks for staple items, a claim at which the Wall Street Journal?s Sudeep Reddy scoffed while its editorial staff supported Palin. Reddy later rebutted criticism by writing that Palin had the time frame wrong and that inflation hadn?t occurred until very recently.

That, however, is irrelevant to the question of the Fed?s QE2 policy. With inflation on food on the rise now and Ag warning of even more inflationary pressures, the last thing American consumers need now ? at least at the grocery store ? is the prospect of artificial inflationary pressure being added by the Fed, with the backing of the Obama administration. Weakening the dollar and intentionally stoking inflation will erode the buying power of Americans during a long period of joblessness and underemployment, and the price increases will force consumers into buying less in the long run, not more, which will delay a recovery in the sector where the US most needs it, in consumer activity.

Update: John Podhoretz writes that the QE2 action says something very disturbing about the grasp that the presumed experts have on the American economy:
But whether you think it?s a sound or unwise action ? and people I trust are inclined to think it?s a disaster ? QE2 is a deeply disturbing sign: It suggests that we have reached the outer limit of what experts actually know about the condition of the American economy in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown and how to repair it. . . .

Even the Fed and its chairman Ben Bernanke know they have undertaken something very risky.

The obvious risk is that, by suggesting that the United States may try to escape its economic doldrums via the monetary printing press, it will create an inflationary spiral and destroy confidence in the stability of US currency.

The less obvious risk is that QE2 will prove ineffectual. If it doesn?t move the needle on the economy at all, but rather seems simply to fall into a black hole, that will confirm the unnerving and growing sense that we are headed for an extraordinarily extended period of extraordinarily low growth and extraordinarily high unemployment.
In other words, Hayek was right; national economies are too complicated for top-down direction. Glenn Reynolds wonders when the ?experts? will get to the really exotic solutions:
Yes, it?s pretty clearly a sign of desperation. But nobody in government is desperate enough to try cutting taxes, government size, and regulation yet. When they?re willing to try that, we?ll know they?ve run through all the other alternatives . . . .
To be fair, Ben Bernanke can?t do any of those things, which is why he?s stuck instead with QE2. Congress and the President can do those things, but so far obstinately refuse to do so ? which is why we just had the largest midterm turnover in Congress in 72 years.
 

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posted at 12:15 pm on November 10, 2010 by Ed Morrissey <small> </small>

Corn was a special concern. The staple crop?s projected yield has now been revised downward twice, and the bumper from this year has hit a 15-year low. One of the culprits in this shortage is ethanol production, which has again increased demand, taken more of the harvest, and raised prices. Those price impacts will be felt in direct costs to consumers for corn-based products, and also from beef prices influenced by the price of corn-based feed..
Why they continue to do this is mind boggling.When gas was over $ 4 a gallon they said this would stop , but here we are and still letting them use corn as a fuel.It cost's more to make ethanol and it get's worse gas mileage and they are still making it.
Now small dairy farmers are going out of business and those products are going to go sky high.
 

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Food prices rise sharply - and there's more to come

Stacy Finz, Chronicle Staff Writer
Thursday, December 16, 2010

For the first time since 2008, inflation is hitting consumers in the stomach.

Grocery prices grew by more than 1 1/2 times the overall rate of inflation this year, outpaced only by costs of transportation and medical care, according to numbers released Wednesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Economists predict that this is only the beginning. Fueled by the higher costs of wheat, sugar, corn, soybeans and energy, shoppers could see as much as a 4 percent increase at the supermarket checkout next year.


"I noticed just this month that my grocery bill for the same old stuff - cereal, eggs, milk, orange juice, peanut butter, bread - spiked $25," said Sue Perry, deputy editor of ShopSmart magazine, a nonprofit publication from Consumer Reports. "It was a bit of sticker shock."

But it makes sense. Since November 2009, meat, poultry, fish and eggs have surged 5.8 percent in price. Dairy and related products have gone up 3.8 percent; fats and oils, 3 percent; and sugar and sweets, 1.2 percent.

While overall inflation nationwide was 1.1 percent, grocery prices went up 1.7 percent nationally and 1.3 percent in the Bay Area, said Todd Johnson, an economist for the Bureau of Labor Statistics office in San Francisco. "The largest effects on grocery prices here over the last month were tomatoes, followed by eggs, fish and seafood."

Produce steady


Across the country, the price of produce has remained fairly steady. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts that next year the price of fruits and vegetables, like many other food commodities, could go up. The government agency is forecasting a 2 to 3 percent food inflation rate in 2011 - a pace that is not unusual in a rebounding economy.

"We usually err on the conservative side," said Ephraim Leibtag, a senior economist with the USDA, adding that "2011 holds a bit of uncertainty, so I wouldn't be surprised if it goes higher. If it goes to 6 percent, then we should be worried."

Michael Swanson, an agricultural economist at Wells Fargo, said that as long as corn, soybean and energy prices continue to climb, food inflation could reach 4 percent in 2011.

"The USDA always plays it safe," he said, adding that the nation is likely to see the biggest increases since 2008, when the food inflation rate was a record 5.5 percent.

The global demand for corn - used for food and ethanol - has swelled so much that feed costs for farmers and ranchers are being passed on to the consumer, Swanson said.

Gas, diesel play a role

Gas and diesel prices also are playing a role. Wheat costs went through the roof this year when 20 percent of Russia's crop was destroyed by drought and wildfires, causing the country, the third-largest producer in the world, to ban exports of the grain. The price of sugar, also used for ethanol in parts of the world, is priced at a two-decade high.

Kraft Foods Inc., one of the world's largest food producers, has already announced plans to increase its prices because of mounting ingredient costs and flagging sales. General Mills, maker of everything from flour and baking mixes to cereal and Yoplait yogurt, has said it, too, will raise some of its product prices in January. Experts said consumers can expect the same from Kellogg's and Nestle.

The silver lining, Swanson said, is that retailers such as major supermarket chains and big-box stores are likely to push back at wholesalers to keep prices from jumping too much.

"Food is a high-frequency driver," he said. "So if stores like Walmart and Kmart want to get shoppers in the door, it's to their benefit to keep prices low."

E-mail Stacy Finz at sfinz@sfchronicle.com.
 

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Yesterday, NIA announced its top 10 predictions for 2011. Our top 10 predictions for 2011 come after our wildly successful top 10 predictions for 2010, which saw many of our predictions come true!

Perhaps our biggest long shot prediction for 2010, which didn't come true last year, just came true today (5 days late)! Paul Volcker just announced late this afternoon that he is stepping down from his role as Chairman of President Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board.

On December 21st, 2009, NIA released its top 10 predictions for 2010. Our #10 prediction for 2010 was, "Paul Volcker Resigns".

In this report, NIA said, "This may be a long shot but Paul Volcker, Chairman of President Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, could become frustrated with the Obama administration and resign in 2010. Paul Volcker, as former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, was responsible for getting our economy out of the inflationary crisis of the 1970s by raising the federal funds rate up to a peak of 20%."

We went on to say, "With interest rates currently being held by the Federal Reserve at an artificially low level of 0%, we believe Paul Volcker must know that a currency crisis is coming that will make the inflation of the 1970s look miniscule. If Paul Volcker wants to preserve his reputation and legacy, he must leave the Obama administration, which is unlikely to seriously consider any of his advice."

We are the only organization in the world that made this prediction. In our opinion, there is a good chance that Mr. Volcker is a member of NIA and decided to step down 5 days after the end of 2010 on purpose. Most likely, he didn't want NIA's prediction to come true, so he stuck it out until a short time after the year was over.

We would like to take this opportunity to officially announce the launch of the new NIA blog! The NIA blog will be the Internet's best resource to check on a daily basis for all of the most important information about the U.S. economy and inflation.

Please check out our new blog immediately at: http://inflation.us/blog

We just posted some very important new information about food price inflation. NIA's outlook of massive food inflation in 2011 is already coming true. Despite the Federal Reserve claiming there is no inflation and the BLS reporting only 1.5% year-over-year food price inflation, there was a new very important report just released today that shows nominal food prices having just reached a new all time high! Be sure to check out our blog immediately for more info.

Please visit our blog at least once a day to be kept up to date with all of the information you need to know to survive and prosper during U.S. hyperinflation.

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Already Record Food Prices Rise By 3.4% In January <SUP></SUP>

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When last month we highlighted the FAO's periodic report which noted that food prices had surged to a fresh all time high, Zero Hedge first predicted that food riots were imminent. Fast forward 6 rioting countries and 2 revolutions later, to today when we get an update from the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization, where we read that, not surprisingly "the FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) rose for the seventh consecutive month, averaging 231 points in January 2011, up 3.4 percent from December 2010 and the highest (in both real and nominal terms) since the index has been backtracked in 1990." And while it is painfully obvious to anyone who shops for groceries, but not to Genocide Ben, nothing is ever obvious to him, here is Reuters' take on the numbers: "Up for the seventh month in a row, the closely watched FAO Food Price Index touched its highest since records began in 1990, in nominal terms, and topped the high of 224.1 in June 2008, during the food crisis of 2007/08." Yes, oil may not be at its all time highs from the summer of 2008, but food has already surpassed it
 

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For those following along at home, as we watch Mr Dope and Change steer us right into the mountain



12 Warning Signs of U.S. Hyperinflation

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive at the National Inflation Association (NIA) is what warning signs will there be when hyperinflation is imminent. In our opinion, the majority of the warning signs that hyperinflation is imminent are already here today, but most Americans are failing to properly recognize them. NIA believes that there is a serious risk of hyperinflation breaking out as soon as the second half of this calendar year and that hyperinflation is almost guaranteed to occur by the end of this decade.

In our estimation, the most likely time frame for a full-fledged outbreak of hyperinflation is between the years 2013 and 2015. Americans who wait until 2013 to prepare, will most likely see the majority of their purchasing power wiped out. It is essential that all Americans begin preparing for hyperinflation immediately.

Here are NIA's top 12 warning signs that hyperinflation is about to occur:

1) The Federal Reserve is Buying 70% of U.S. Treasuries. The Federal Reserve has been buying 70% of all new U.S. treasury debt. Up until this year, the U.S. has been successful at exporting most of its inflation to the rest of the world, which is hoarding huge amounts of U.S. dollar reserves due to the U.S. dollar's status as the world's reserve currency. In recent months, foreign central bank purchases of U.S. treasuries have declined from 50% down to 30%, and Federal Reserve purchases have increased from 10% up to 70%. This means U.S. government deficit spending is now directly leading to U.S. inflation that will destroy the standard of living for all Americans.

2) The Private Sector Has Stopped Purchasing U.S. Treasuries. The U.S. private sector was previously a buyer of 30% of U.S. government bonds sold. Today, the U.S. private sector has stopped buying U.S. treasuries and is dumping government debt. The Pimco Total Return Fund was recently the single largest private sector owner of U.S. government bonds, but has just reduced its U.S. treasury holdings down to zero. Although during the financial panic of 2008, investors purchased government bonds as a safe haven, during all future panics we believe precious metals will be the new safe haven.

3) China Moving Away from U.S. Dollar as Reserve Currency. The U.S. dollar became the world's reserve currency because it was backed by gold and the U.S. had the world's largest manufacturing base. Today, the U.S. dollar is no longer backed by gold and China has the world's largest manufacturing base. There is no reason for the world to continue to transact products and commodities in U.S. dollars, when most of everything the world consumes is now produced in China. China has been taking steps to position the yuan to be the world's new reserve currency.

The People's Bank of China stated earlier this month, in a story that went largely unreported by the mainstream media, that it would respond to overseas demand for the yuan to be used as a reserve currency and allow the yuan to flow back into China more easily. China hopes to allow all exporters and importers to settle their cross border transactions in yuan by the end of 2011, as part of their plan to increase the yuan's international role. NIA believes if China really wants to become the world's next superpower and see to it that the U.S. simultaneously becomes the world's next Zimbabwe, all China needs to do is use their $1.15 trillion in U.S. dollar reserves to accumulate gold and use that gold to back the yuan.

4) Japan to Begin Dumping U.S. Treasuries. Japan is the second largest holder of U.S. treasury securities with $885.9 billion in U.S. dollar reserves. Although China has reduced their U.S. treasury holdings for three straight months, Japan has increased their U.S. treasury holdings seven months in a row. Japan is the country that has been the most consistent at buying our debt for the past year, but that is about the change. Japan is likely going to have to spend $300 billion over the next year to rebuild parts of their country that were destroyed by the recent earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster, and NIA believes their U.S. dollar reserves will be the most likely source of this funding. This will come at the worst possible time for the U.S., which needs Japan to increase their purchases of U.S. treasuries in order to fund our record budget deficits.

5) The Fed Funds Rate Remains Near Zero. The Federal Reserve has held the Fed Funds Rate at 0.00-0.25% since December 16th, 2008, a period of over 27 months. This is unprecedented and NIA believes the world is now flooded with excess liquidity of U.S. dollars.

When the nuclear reactors in Japan began overheating two weeks ago after their cooling systems failed due to a lack of electricity, TEPCO was forced to open relief valves to release radioactive steam into the air in order to avoid an explosion. The U.S. stock market is currently acting as a relief valve for all of the excess liquidity of U.S. dollars. The U.S. economy for all intents and purposes should currently be in a massive and extremely steep recession, but because of the Fed's money printing, stock prices are rising because people don't know what else to do with their dollars.

NIA believes gold, and especially silver, are much better hedges against inflation than U.S. equities, which is why for the past couple of years we have been predicting large declines in both the Dow/Gold and Gold/Silver ratios. These two ratios have been in free fall exactly like NIA projected.

The Dow/Gold ratio is the single most important chart all investors need to closely follow, but way too few actually do. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) itself is meaningless because it averages together the dollar based movements of 30 U.S. stocks. With just the DJIA, it is impossible to determine whether stocks are rising due to improving fundamentals and real growing investor demand, or if prices are rising simply because the money supply is expanding.

The Dow/Gold ratio illustrates the cyclical nature of the battle between paper assets like stocks and real hard assets like gold. The Dow/Gold ratio trends upward when an economy sees real economic growth and begins to trend downward when the growth phase ends and everybody becomes concerned about preserving wealth. With interest rates at 0%, the U.S. economy is on life support and wealth preservation is the focus of most investors. NIA believes the Dow/Gold ratio will decline to 1 before the hyperinflationary crisis is over and until the Dow/Gold ratio does decline to 1, investors should keep buying precious metals.

6) Year-Over-Year CPI Growth Has Increased 92% in Three Months. In November of 2010, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS)'s consumer price index (CPI) grew by 1.1% over November of 2009. In February of 2011, the BLS's CPI grew by 2.11% over February of 2010, above the Fed's informal inflation target of 1.5% to 2%. An increase in year-over-year CPI growth from 1.1% in November of last year to 2.11% in February of this year means that the CPI's growth rate increased by approximately 92% over a period of just three months. Imagine if the year-over-year CPI growth rate continues to increase by 92% every three months. In 9 to 12 months from now we could be looking at a price inflation rate of over 15%. Even if the BLS manages to artificially hold the CPI down around 5% or 6%, NIA believes the real rate of price inflation will still rise into the double-digits within the next year.

7) Mainstream Media Denying Fed's Target Passed. You would think that year-over-year CPI growth rising from 1.1% to 2.11% over a period of three months for an increase of 92% would generate a lot of media attention, especially considering that it has now surpassed the Fed's informal inflation target of 1.5% to 2%. Instead of acknowledging that inflation is beginning to spiral out of control and encouraging Americans to prepare for hyperinflation like NIA has been doing for years, the media decided to conveniently change the way it defines the Fed's informal target.

The media is now claiming that the Fed's informal inflation target of 1.5% to 2% is based off of year-over-year changes in the BLS's core-CPI figures. Core-CPI, as most of you already know, is a meaningless number that excludes food and energy prices. Its sole purpose is to be used to mislead the public in situations like this. We guarantee that if core-CPI had just surpassed 2% and the normal CPI was still below 2%, the media would be focusing on the normal CPI number, claiming that it remains below the Fed's target and therefore inflation is low and not a problem.

The fact of the matter is, food and energy are the two most important things Americans need to live and survive. If the BLS was going to exclude something from the CPI, you would think they would exclude goods that Americans don't consume on a daily basis. The BLS claims food and energy prices are excluded because they are most volatile. However, by excluding food and energy, core-CPI numbers are primarily driven by rents. Considering that we just came out of the largest Real Estate bubble in world history, there is a glut of homes available to rent on the market. NIA has been saying for years that being a landlord will be the worst business to be in during hyperinflation, because it will be impossible for landlords to increase rents at the same rate as overall price inflation. Food and energy prices will always increase at a much faster rate than rents.

8) Record U.S. Budget Deficit in February of $222.5 Billion. The U.S. government just reported a record budget deficit for the month of February of $222.5 billion. February's budget deficit was more than the entire fiscal year of 2007. In fact, February's deficit on an annualized basis was $2.67 trillion. NIA believes this is just a preview of future annual budget deficits, and we will see annual budget deficits surpass $2.67 trillion within the next several years.

9) High Budget Deficit as Percentage of Expenditures. The projected U.S. budget deficit for fiscal year 2011 of $1.645 trillion is 43% of total projected government expenditures in 2011 of $3.819 trillion. That is almost exactly the same level of Brazil's budget deficit as a percentage of expenditures right before they experienced hyperinflation in 1993 and it is higher than Bolivia's budget deficit as a percentage of expenditures right before they experienced hyperinflation in 1985. The only way a country can survive with such a large deficit as a percentage of expenditures and not have hyperinflation, is if foreigners are lending enough money to pay for the bulk of their deficit spending. Hyperinflation broke out in Brazil and Bolivia when foreigners stopped lending and central banks began monetizing the bulk of their deficit spending, and that is exactly what is taking place today in the U.S.

10) Obama Lies About Foreign Policy. President Obama campaigned as an anti-war President who would get our troops out of Iraq. NIA believes that many Libertarian voters actually voted for Obama in 2008 over John McCain because they felt Obama was more likely to end our wars that are adding greatly to our budget deficits and making the U.S. a lot less safe as a result. Obama may have reduced troop levels in Iraq, but he increased troops levels in Afghanistan, and is now sending troops into Libya for no reason.

The U.S. is now beginning to occupy Libya, when Libya didn't do anything to the U.S. and they are no threat to the U.S. Obama has increased our overall overseas troop levels since becoming President and the U.S. is now spending $1 trillion annually on military expenses, which includes the costs to maintain over 700 military bases in 135 countries around the world. There is no way that we can continue on with our overseas military presence without seeing hyperinflation.

11) Obama Changes Definition of Balanced Budget. In the White House's budget projections for the next 10 years, they don't project that the U.S. will ever come close to achieving a real balanced budget. In fact, after projecting declining budget deficits up until the year 2015 (NIA believes we are unlikely to see any major dip in our budget deficits due to rising interest payments on our national debt), the White House projects our budget deficits to begin increasing again up until the year 2021. Obama recently signed an executive order to create the "National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform", with a mission to "propose recommendations designed to balance the budget, excluding interest payments on the debt, by 2015". Obama is redefining a balanced budget to exclude interest payments on our national debt, because he knows interest payments are about to explode and it will be impossible to truly balance the budget.

12) U.S. Faces Largest Ever Interest Payment Increases. With U.S. inflation beginning to spiral out of control, NIA believes it is 100% guaranteed that we will soon see a large spike in long-term bond yields. Not only that, but within the next couple of years, NIA believes the Federal Reserve will be forced to raise the Fed Funds Rate in a last-ditch effort to prevent hyperinflation. When both short and long-term interest rates start to rise, so will the interest payments on our national debt. With the public portion of our national debt now exceeding $10 trillion, we could see interest payments on our debt reach $500 billion within the next year or two, and over $1 trillion somewhere around mid-decade. When interest payments reach $1 trillion, they will likely be around 30% to 40% of government tax receipts, up from interest payments being only 9% of tax receipts today. No country has ever seen interest payments on their debt reach 40% of tax receipts without hyperinflation occurring in the years to come
 

tank

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Commodities Watch: Corn, Cattle Futures Booming; Ethanol Makers Could Give Up Federal Tax Credit (SWY, KR, WMT, WEN, JACK, MCD, YUM, C, CS, MS)

 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
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a complete disaster, high unemployment, massive debt,price inflation

Official Price Inflation Rate Breaks 3% Like NIA Predicted


The official U.S. price inflation rate based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)?s consumer price index (CPI) in the month of April on a year-over-year basis was 3.16%, well above the Fed?s informal inflation target of 1.5% to 2%, yet the Fed continues to ignore inflation calling it ?transitory?.
April?s year-over-year increase in the CPI of 3.16% was up from 2.68% in March, 2.11% in February, 1.63% in January, 1.5% in December, and 1.1% in November. The official rate of price inflation has nearly tripled over the past 5 months. Inflation is clearly beginning to spiral out of control even based on these artificially low numbers.
In March, after an official inflation rate of 2.11% was reported for the month of February, NIA made a ?projection of 3% in official reported year-over-year CPI growth to be reached by June of 2011.? We said in advance that this projection was ?conservative? and it was, being that it was reached two months earlier than our official conservative projection.
NIA estimates the real rate of price inflation to currently be north of 7%.
 
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:LMAO:LMAO:LMAOThey are both in on it!!!!SCAMMERS!!!!!!:LMAOBoth selling fear and making profits off the sheep like Bruce!!!:houraI'm loving it!!!:LMAO
Idiot. :+hitting-

Double Digit Inflation has Arrived



By Greg Hunter?s USAWatchdog.com


New inflation figures were released by the government last week, and the news was not good. The headline inflation number was 3.2% in the 12 months that ended in April. That is more than a percent above the Federal Reserve?s ?target? rate of 2% and the first time it has been more than 3% in over than 2 ? years. Of course, the accounting gimmicks used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) understate true inflation, so things look better than reality. Nonetheless, in the latest report from economist John Williams of Shadowstats.com, even the government?s own ?official? numbers will likely show double digit inflation in the next three months or so. The reason is continued money printing in the form of another round of Quantitative Easing (QE) by the Fed to prop up the struggling economy. Williams said, ?The underlying pace of official inflation is accelerating, and could move into double-digits in third-quarter 2011. Preceding or coincident with that likely will have been some move to QE3 by the Fed and intense?if not panicked?selling of the U.S. dollar and dollar-denominated assets. Such a circumstance could be a base from which a hyperinflation might begin to unfold with some rapidity.?

And get this, inflation is already in double digits, according to Williams, if it was calculated the way BLS did it more than 30 years ago. Williams said, ?. . .based on reporting of 1980, the April 2011 annual inflation rate would have been about 10.7%.? But, the double digit inflation story is not the one the mainstream media likes to tell. Instead, it usually focuses on what the government calls ?core? inflation that excludes food and energy. The ?core? inflation rate is .2%. Who lives in a world where the core of existence is not food and energy? A .2% core inflation rate is both preposterous and insulting to anyone living in the real world.

Inflation isn?t always easy to spot these days because manufacturers are packaging things so you pay the same but get less. Last week, a Marketwatch.com report said, ?While prices for many goods are rising, in cases where prices are steady, the packaging frequently is smaller. It?s an unmistakable trend for grocery shoppers these days: every other package seemingly has a ?great new look? for the ?same great price.? The problem is that the new look is a few ounces smaller than the old packaging. Or there has been some other creative way to have shoppers pay the same money as always without recognizing that they are bringing less home.?

(Click here for the complete story from Marketwatch.com.)

And even though recent consumer sentiment numbers are up, the economy grew a disappointing 1.8% in the first quarter. Bloomberg reported on Friday, ?Another report showed consumer sentiment climbed more than forecast this month, signaling improving job prospects will help sustain spending even as household expenses climb. The pickup in inflation has yet to concern some Federal Reserve policy makers, including Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, who predicts the acceleration will be temporary.? (Click here for the complete Bloomberg report.) ?Temporary?? We all know Mr. Bernanke?s track record on market calls. He said the sub-prime housing crisis would be ?contained? and predicted the economy would ?improve? just before it fell off a cliff in 2008. (Click here for a compilation video of Mr. Bernanke?s incorrect market calls over the past several years.)

This acceleration in inflation could not be coming at a worse time because the economy appears to be decelerating. Williams says, ?The underlying fundamentals here of persistent U.S. dollar debasement; a federal government with its fiscal conditions out of control; a U.S. economy not in recovery but heading into renewed contraction; all remain in play.? Unlike Mr. Bernanke, Mr. Williams? track record on market calls is spot on, and he has it documented on his site (Shadowstats.com) for his readers and subscribers.

I close this with this quote from Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize winner in economics. He said, ?Inflation is the one form of taxation that can be imposed without legislation."

 
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Ron Paul could take over Ben Bernanke's job tomorrow and nothing would change. The Fed has absolutely no control over how much money the political class pisses away, it must play the hand it is dealt.

No monetary policy, free market or otherwise, can prevent these radical criminal ideologues from driving the country off a cliff.
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
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NIA Shocked By S&P Downgrade of U.S. Debt Rating | National Inflation Association Blog
NIA Shocked By S&P Downgrade of U.S. Debt Rating

S&P just announced late this evening that they have downgraded the U.S. debt rating from AAA to AA+ with a negative outlook.
NIA is absolutely shocked by this. What shocks us is just how long it took them to make this downgrade. Just like how S&P and Moody?s didn?t downgrade subprime CDOs until the mortgage-backed bonds they held were practically worthless, S&P waited for U.S. debt obligations to reach five times GDP and for the U.S. dollar to lose 84% of its purchasing power over the course of a single decade. The U.S. was a hair away from defaulting on its debt this week if the debt ceiling wasn?t raised, yet it still had a AAA rating.
NIA believes that a AAA rating should be reserved for countries that have budget surpluses, low levels of debt that could easily be paid off without printing money, and low levels of inflation. The U.S. had a cash budget deficit last year of $1.3 trillion, but once you include increases to unfunded liabilities, our real budget deficit was approximately $5 trillion. Even if Americans were taxed 100% of their income it wouldn?t be enough to balance the budget.
It is hard to imagine a fiscal situation worse than this, but the credit ratings agencies have justified giving the U.S. a AAA rating based on the dollar?s status as the world?s reserve currency and the Federal Reserve?s ability to monetize our deficits and debts by printing money. If it wasn?t for our printing press and the world?s willingness to accept and hoard the dollars we print in return for the real products and commodities they produce, the U.S. credit rating would be junk.
S&P claims that their reason for downgrading the U.S. debt rating at this time is because, ?the differences between political parties have proven to be extraordinarily difficult to bridge?. According to S&P, it is because our two political parties are so far apart that we weren?t able to pass a bill with anything but modest spending cuts. The reality is, the Republicans and Democrats aren?t far apart at all. Neither parties are serious about cutting spending and the underlying fundamentals of both their proposed bills were exactly the same. The Republicans that American tea party supporters elected to office have broken their promises to make major spending cuts and have accomplished absolutely nothing positive since entering office.
Our country just had an unbelievable opportunity to dramatically cut government spending in a last ditch effort to prevent hyperinflation. Instead, our government passed a bill to raise the debt ceiling that had no real spending cuts at all. The mainstream media tried to spin the bill into being a victory for U.S. tea party supporters due to the purported ?spending cuts? that it contained. The truth is, government spending is set to rise every single year until the dollar is worthless. The $2.1 trillion in phony spending cuts are only tiny reductions to large spending increases and none of them will begin until early 2013 when we will need to once again raise the debt ceiling. Even if the government in early 2013 decides to follow through with them, rising interest payments on our national debt will mean substantially larger budget deficits than what are projected today.
Credit ratings agencies have absolutely zero credibility left and we believe that with hyperinflation coming soon, credit ratings will become a thing of the past. To capitalize on this, on May 23rd NIA suggested to you put options in the only publicly traded pure credit ratings play, Moody?s (MCO). On May 23rd with MCO trading for $37.90, NIA suggested to you MCO November 2011 $35 put options at $1.98. MCO today closed at $32.88 and our MCO put option suggestion finished the day with a last trade of $5.20 for a huge gain of 163% in a little over two months. NIA is very pleased that we figured out the #1 most profitable way to capitalize on the major fundamental shift that is taking place in this industry and as far as we are aware, NIA is the only organization in the world that suggested MCO puts in recent months.
With the stock market down big in recent weeks, NIA believes that this evening?s news is already mostly factored into stock prices. With the Fed Funds Rate having been left near zero for over two years, the world is flooded with excess liquidity of U.S. dollars and there is no chance of the stock market crashing like in late-2008/early-2009. In fact, the recent downward move in the stock market means the Federal Reserve is likely to soon implement additional monetary inflation measures and will leave the Fed Funds Rate near zero permanently.
The GDP was already on its way to becoming negative in the second half of 2011 and if the U.S. wants to avoid a debt default later this decade, it needs the Federal Reserve to print enough money to see at least 5% annual nominal GDP growth. It?s not just the Federal Government that needs GDP to grow, but most cities and states will default on their debts if GDP doesn?t grow rapidly. Cities and states don?t have printing presses so unless the U.S. government wants to bail them all out like the European Union is bailing out Greece, Portugal, and Ireland, it needs to create GDP growth even if that means the Federal Reserve eliminating interest payments on the $1.6 trillion in excess reserves held by banks and taxing banks who don?t lend the money.
NIA prays that Americans don?t make the mistake of buying U.S. Treasuries as a safe haven, as they are now the riskiest asset of all. If U.S. Treasuries rally next week, it will only be temporary and will be followed by the largest and sharpest reversal in history with a crash in Treasury prices and an explosion in yields like never seen before. Most Keynesian economists will likely forecast rising Treasury prices despite the U.S. debt crisis, because they claim the bond markets in other countries are tiny compared to ours and there simply is no other place to park safe haven money. In our opinion, there is no reason to own the fiat currency denominated bonds of any country or company. Gold and silver are the only true safe havens and it is our belief that by the end of this year, the U.S. public will begin investing into gold and silver in droves as they realize that although we avoided a debt default for now, a debt default by inflation is still on its way. The largest ever short-term rally in precious metals and mining stocks is ahead.




 
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WHO REVIVED THIS SORRY THREAD? IT WAS STARTED 2 YEARS AGO PROMISING DOOM AND GLOOM. WHERE THE HELL IS THE INFLATION? HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM?
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

Mark, are you asleep????

Food costs, gas, gold prices, clothing, raw material costs,

The money supply has exploded


M2 Money Supply Rapidly Increasing

The U.S. M2 money supply has averaged a weekly increase of $50.45 billion over the past four weeks. The M2 money supply is now 2.23% higher than it was four weeks ago, for an annualized rate of growth of 29%. This proves our point that we don?t need to see an immediate QE3 in order for the money supply to grow. The Fed can simply take measures in order to force banks to lend their $1.6 trillion in excess reserves currently parked at the Fed, and that by itself could lead to a massive U.S. price inflation crisis
M2 Money Supply Rapidly Increasing | National Inflation Association Blog



Maybe you should read the thread???:doh1
 
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this thread was started 2 years ago promising sure inflation. I see gas prices have dipped lately. This thread promises a lot but doesnt deliver
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
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Just here to help, buys, just here to help




Gold reached a new all time high today of $1,285.20 per ounce!

NIA is very pleased that our last stock suggestion Canadian Zinc (Toronto: CZN) finished today at $0.58 for a gain of 57% since we suggested it to you on July 28th at $0.37.

NIA's new stock suggestion that we announced this morning U.S. Silver Corporation (TSX Venture: USA) finished today up 29% to its high of the day of $0.36 on record breaking volume of nearly 7.9 million shares.

First Majestic Silver (Toronto: FR) was up 8% today to $6.33 and reached a new 52-week high of $6.38 for a gain of 134% since we suggested it to you on June 2nd, 2009, at $2.72.

Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) was up 6% today to $21.50 and reached a new 52-week high of $21.75 for a gain of 272% since we suggested it to you on April 15th, 2009, at $5.84.

NIA is now approximately 1/3 done with its new documentary about the societal collapse that is coming to America. This promises to be our best documentary in history and possibly the best documentary to ever be released on the Internet.

Please remember to tell your friends and family members to become members of NIA for free at http://inflation.us so that they can be the first to see NIA's new upcoming documentary!

Our legal disclaimer: http://inflation.us/legaldisclaimer.html

A co-founder of NIA has purchased 2,700 shares of IVN and could sell them at any time.
And here we are almost a year later and Ivanhoe mines is at $21.21.Golly it looks like someone made some money on this one early huh Bruce??
Canadian Zinc is at $.81 so what a great investment this one is huh Bruce??
Yeah you never mentioned these stocks at all did you Bruce??
Oh but please tell your friends and family to sign up for ''free''!!!!:LMAO:LMAO
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

A co-founder of NIA has purchased 2,700 shares of IVN and could sell them at any time.
:LMAO:LMAOI bet he bought them very low and sold them after the tout!!:LMAO:LMAO
Of course Bruce does not think anything wrong is going on here!!:shoot:
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

:LMAO:LMAOI bet he bought them very low and sold them after the tout!!:LMAO:LMAO
Of course Bruce does not think anything wrong is going on here!!:shoot:


Again your a dope who is exposing yourself as an a sheep who knows zero about this topic

Your out of your league and should go back to advancing your cause as to how Unions have made the middle class in this country:doh1

IVN is a NYSE company that trades over a million shares a day. If Morgan Stanley came out with a buy the stock could still trade lower


Please scam me again at $5.84

9/12/11
Ivanhoe Mines Ltd Ordinary Shar

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tank

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

Again your a dope who is exposing yourself as an a sheep who knows zero about this topic

Your out of your league and should go back to advancing your cause as to how Unions have made the middle class in this country:doh1

IVN is a NYSE company that trades over a million shares a day. If Morgan Stanley came out with a buy the stock could still trade lower


Please scam me again at $5.84

9/12/11
Ivanhoe Mines Ltd Ordinary Shar

(NYSE: IVN )


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If you bought in at $5.84 then you are part of the scam like I have been saying!!Funny how the stock took off after ''some'' people loaded up on it for that price but now for the last year it has not done shit!!


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-479.48 Mil

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You claim to be an ex-stockbroker and you are going to tell me this is a good investment??

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:LMAO:LMAO
A foreword P/E RATIO OF -69.59???:LMAO
nET PROFIT MARGIN OF -456.20????:LMAO:LMAO
I see why you are an ex-stockbroker if you recommend this stock to many people , but since you are nothing but a scammer then stick to what you know!
Yes stick to scamming you tout since that is all you know!!
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

My favorite though is income...are you ready....-479.48!!!!!!
You are just the person to get financial advise from alright!!:LMAO
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

If you bought in at $5.84 then you are part of the scam like I have been saying!!Funny how the stock took off after ''some'' people loaded up on it for that price but now for the last year it has not done shit!!


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You claim to be an ex-stockbroker and you are going to tell me this is a good investment??

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:LMAO:LMAO
A foreword P/E RATIO OF -69.59???:LMAO
nET PROFIT MARGIN OF -456.20????:LMAO:LMAO
I see why you are an ex-stockbroker if you recommend this stock to many people , but since you are nothing but a scammer then stick to what you know!
Yes stick to scamming you tout since that is all you know!!

Your such a dope! Please stop! Your a fool! :LMAO

You realize just like I shoved it up your ass that gold was a strong sell at 1000, that this post will haunt you again, and I will repost 12io4j2w90in a year or two

You have no clue about stocks, or the markets

Yeh, I was in in the scam, on a stock that went from 5 to 25..... and didnt collapse back to 5:+clueless

I dont own IVN right now, just because the technicals are not strong, but this stock is going much higher long term

I guess Rio Tinto who own 48% of the company is in on the scam

Ivanhoe Mines to Receive US$536 (C$529) Million From Rio Tinto's Exercise of Subscription Right<CITE>Marketwire(Wed, Aug 24

Mr Tank

saving the public from scam artists :LMAO
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tank

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

Your such a dope! Please stop! Your a fool! :LMAO

You realize just like I shoved it up your ass that gold was a strong sell at 1000, that this post will haunt you again, and I will repost 12io4j2w90in a year or two

You have no clue about stocks, or the markets

Yeh, I was in in the scam, on a stock that went from 5 to 25..... and didnt collapse back to 5:+clueless

I dont own IVN right now, just because the technicals are not strong, but this stock is going much higher long term

I guess Rio Tinto who own 48% of the company is in on the scam

Ivanhoe Mines to Receive US$536 (C$529) Million From Rio Tinto's Exercise of Subscription Right<cite>Marketwire(Wed, Aug 24

Mr Tank

saving the public from scam artists :LMAO
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Gold was a strong sell at $1000????:cocktail
I have no clue about stocks and you are touting a stock with NEGATIVE potential earnings???:LMAO
Showing your stupidity again....it does not matter if the stock went back down to $5...I am talking about the people that got scammed into buying it at $18 when NIA recommended it.Dumbass!!What kind of idiot would recommend this stock?Only a so called ex stockbroker who is nothing but a scammer.
Yes Rio Tinto owns 48% of company but with their OYU TOGOLI field who owns the other 34%??:LMAOGee Gomer maybe that is why their net profit margin is -456.20??:LMAO
Could that explain why their forward P/E IS -69.59??
Yes keep telling me I do not know what I am talking about while I continue to embarrass you!
These penny stocks with shit P/E ratio's are the way to go according to the ex stockbroker!!Now we all know why you are a ex stockbroker but please tell us more!!:LMAO
 

tank

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

Ivanhoe Mines went from $12.26 in June to $22.63 in October!!Golly I wonder how a stock with terrible P/E ratio's jumped up over $10 a share??Man I wish I could figure that one out??:LMAO
If only I would have known and bought it for $12.26 I could have made some great money.Those guys that did are very happy right about now I bet!!
 

brucefan

EOG Dedicated
Re: NIA Warns Massive Inflation Could Hit the U.S.

Ivanhoe Mines went from $12.26 in June to $22.63 in October!!Golly I wonder how a stock with terrible P/E ratio's jumped up over $10 a share??Man I wish I could figure that one out??:LMAO
If only I would have known and bought it for $12.26 I could have made some great money.Those guys that did are very happy right about now I bet!!

Did I mention your a dope? Wasnt sure

IVN traded over a million shares a day, everyday, on that run.


If NIA has that much juice, Goldman Sachs should hire them to pump their stock :doh1



Also , IVN is not a penny stock. Penny stocks trade below a dollar

Im not even sure why you picked this one, geez NIA has plenty of actual penny stocks that you actually could have tried to discredit them with

Your such a moron you pick out a stock that goes from 5 to 25, on the NYSE, trades millions of shares a day, has huge institutional interest, and I guess you think NIA said to buy, so all the insiders could sell at 6??? wait, what?? How could that be a scam?? Maybe we scammed NIA and the insiders

I get it, you also have done your research , know all your ratios, and think IVN is going down from here, $5??

I say its going higher a year from now, lets see who will be right

Go back to your Bong, I need to watch the launch of Glenn Beck TV
 

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Your such a moron you pick out a stock that goes from 5 to 25, on the NYSE, trades millions of shares a day, has huge institutional interest, and I guess you think NIA said to buy, so all the insiders could sell at 6??? wait, what?? How could that be a scam?? Maybe we scammed NIA and the insiders
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Good God you keep showing just how stupid you really are!!Where in the Hell did I ever say they would say to buy at 25 and then sell at 6?????????????????????You keep making stupid shit up like that.If you do a little research on their stocks most are penny stocks with shit performance but keep defending these scammers and act like they are not scammers when people that pay $1000 get the picks weeks before they come out with their recommendations.
Golly and then they have gone way up...yeah real hard to figure this one out.
Sure go watch Glenn Beck and just maybe you will see someone touting Gold on there huh??:LMAO
 
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