Gerald Celente Reveals Triggers for World Economic Blowup, Gold Breakout

Saturday, March 2, 2019
By Paul Martin

Central Banks Now Buying Gold Like Crazy

MoneyMetals.com
March 1st, 2019

Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason.

Later in today’s program Gerald Celente, the top trends forecaster in the world joins me to tell us why the world’s central banks bought a record amount of gold in 2018 and also about what type of wildcard events may trigger a new economic crisis. He also tells us what threshold gold needs to hit in order to make a run at $2,000. So, stick around for my conversation with Gerald Celente of the Trends Journal, later in today’s program.

Also coming up, disturbing new developments in Big Media’s and Big Tech’s politically motivated de-platforming campaigns. Coordinated censorship and financial blacklisting threaten to silence alternative voices, including sound money advocates. More on that in a bit.

But first, let’s check this week’s market action. Precious metals markets are trading mixed this week, with the monetary metals gold and silver both selling off while the platinum group metals power higher.

Gold prices are down 1.9% this week to come in at $1,304 per ounce. Silver shows a weekly loss of twice that, or 3.8% to trade at $15.37.

Platinum, though, is exhibiting some unusual relative strength for a second consecutive week. The metal is up 2.1% since last Friday’s close to trade at $866. After being beaten down for so many months and left for dead by traders, platinum is suddenly on the verge of closing at an 8-month high for the week.

If it follows in the footsteps of its sister metal palladium, then platinum is headed much, much higher on the charts. The record setting palladium bull run still shows no signs of slowing down. Palladium prices are up another 3.7% this week to come in at $1,559 an ounce.

When gold and silver prices rise to record highs, public interest in sound money issues will rise as well. But vital, independent sources of information may be largely hidden in internet search results. Google, Apple, YouTube, social media sites, and now Amazon are all engaging in heavy handed content curation – promoting points of views they approve of and demoting or even banning alternative perspectives.

One of the few cable TV personalities speaking out on behalf of the marginalized and censored is Tucker Carlson.

Tucker Carlson: In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, the CEO of PayPal, Dan Schulman, explained that diversity and inclusion are his company’s top values, but of course, he doesn’t mean it. He means the opposite. Like most on the left, what Schulman actually wants is utter conformity, a world where only approved opinions are allowed. Last year, PayPal banned Alex Jones from using its platform for saying things they didn’t like. They’ve also banned anti-Muslim activist, Laura Loomer, the publication VDARE, and a number of other people and organizations whose speech they believe should be silenced.

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