This model has been endorsed by Ron Paul, the Cato Institute, Mises Institute, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, US President Ronald Reagan, and many others.
As the federal government’s endless foreign wars drag on, the Federal Reserve and Treasury will continue printing dollars to cover America’s skyrocketing debt.
This means the long-term trend for the U.S. dollar is now undoubtedly downward.
And as the dollar falls, the long-term trends for oil, gold and all other natural resources will be upward.
At some point, as the velocity of the circulation of the dollar gets into mid-stage two, Richard believes gold and platinum will hit $5,000 an ounce, silver will reach $100 an ounce, oil will top $300 a barrel, and gasoline will cost at least $9 per gallon in the United States.
Do you think this information, if accurate, could make a significant impact on your investments?
Richard does—and his readers seem to agree.
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