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Message Subject >>>> MARKETS vs. TIMEWAVE ZERO
Poster Handle Wubbo Ockels
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below a very alarming article i received in my inbox today:

Is Silver the Best Play for the 2013 Market Crash?

We know you're concerned about the economy and the markets.

As elite businesses have been coyly preparing for a stock market crash, big banks and wealthy private investors have been stocking up on precious metals to ward off a coming financial apocalypse...

Consequently, the U.S. now faces a huge gold deficit as it has already exported a record 424 metric tonnes of gold this year (this month not included).

This is quite alarming, considering the U.S. exported a grand total of 488 tonnes in the full 12 months of 2011. In the first seven months of the year, the United States ran a shocking 102 metric tonne gold account deficit (even when taking our domestic gold supply and gold imports into account).

An intense international fear is growing regarding the global stock market as investors worldwide run toward the same safe havens.

With the election just two weeks away, we've received a slew of panicked calls from readers considering pulling out of the markets.

And I understand their concern; I share their sentiment...

All the statistics I have researched further justify this uneasy feeling which is eerily similar to the calm-before-the-storm mood of 2008.

History to Repeat Itself?
Unfortunately, today's financial system is even weaker and more vulnerable today than it was back in 2008 (and we all know how painful that market crash was).

Peter Schiff, Doug Short, Robert Wiedemer, Harry Dent, and Nouriel Roubini have all warned a massive stock crash is imminent.

The analysts who acutely predicted the collapse of the housing bubble and the complete economic disaster of 2008 are now saying next year will be another big year for "a global perfect storm, as Roubini calls it.

Goldman Sachs recently revised their market forecast for 2012-2013 for a 15% decline.

Meanwhile, the looming fiscal cliff which would otherwise deduct 5% GDP growth and the never-ending debt ceiling debate further signal a bigger market crash. ...
FULL STORY: [link to email.angelnexus.com]

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