CENTRAL BANK COLLUSION WILL DESTROY PAPER MONEY


With precious metal mining stocks finally taking a breather on Tuesday after a huge run up so far in 2016, we invited Bryan Slusarchuk, the President of K92 Mining Inc. to tell us about the upcoming IPO of this soon to be well known new gold producer. With Eric Sprott reportedly investing tens of millions into the junior mining stocks space, the timing appears to be right to leverage the inevitable rise in the global gold price with gold and silver producers.

Bryan says that central banker collusion will cause all paper currencies to lose their value and he predicts that citizens of the United States may soon understand what Venezuelans are now beginning to know: That a hyperinflationary collapse of a nation’s currency is a nightmare, and only those who have planned well for it will survive. “You have central banker collusion supporting one another’s paper currencies with more worthless paper currency reserves, that just doesn’t end well. That’s why it’s so important that investors consider gold and silver as part of their investment strategy,” Slusarchuk says.

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