All Hell Will Break Loose In Paper and Physical Precious Metals Markets *Video*

Monday, July 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

Mac Slavo
July 28th, 2014

Despite the recent drops in gold and silver from their all-time highs just a few years ago, the fundamentals for owning precious metals as long-term investments have never been better.

From a monetary perspective, governments around the world, especially in the West, have been printing money like there’s no tomorrow. This bodes well for precious metals strictly from the standpoint of currency debasement. As more paper dollars and euros are printed, the value of physical assets, especially gold and silver, will continue to rise.

Investors understand that this continued printing by central banks is a result of failed economic policies on a global scale. And when economic policies fail and nations are crushed under massive debt levels it often leads to political destablization and civil unrest. We’ve already seen such events play out in recent years in what some refer to as ‘periphery’ nations such as Greece, Spain, Ireland, and Iceland. In all cases, as angry citizens of those countries took to the streets in protest, the price of precious metals rose precipitously.

As Crush The Street explains in the following update on silver and precious metals, the aforementioned factors combined with production shortages and increased demand around the globe, suggest that silver and gold remain solid investments going forward.

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