Michael Oliver, the man who is well known for his deadly accurate forecasts on stocks, bonds, and major markets, just predicted this will crash the stock market and act as a “super charger” for gold.

The Big Crash
August 6 (
King World News) – 
Michael Oliver:  “When the US Dollar Index hits 96.55 it’s going to crash and it’s going to crash the stock market with it. To all the gold bulls out there who continue to focus on the dollar, we suggest taking a breath and realizing that gold has been money across the globe for thousands of years, and it doesn’t seem to care about the dollar (which in its current, fully-unbacked form was born in 1971).

A “Super Charger” For Gold
Gold has risen from just above $1,160 back in August 2018 to the upper-$1400s with zero assistance from a weak dollar. While the dollar has been a waste of time to monitor over the past year in terms of major consequent effects, it will likely become a sudden “super charger” for gold—once the dollar puts its foot through the new red line (MSA’s 96.55). And it will be another catalyst that triggers a rapid downward acceleration of the stock market…To subscribe to Michael Oliver’s Gold & Silver Stock Report at the special KWN discounted price CLICK HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.

The KWN audio interview with Egon von Greyerz has now been released and you can listen to it by CLICKING HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.

Monday’s Market Wipeout
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More articles to follow…

In the meantime, other important releases…

As Dow Plunges 600 And Gold Surges $30, This Is Truly Amazing CLICK HERE TO READ

Greyerz – Most People Don’t Understand The Scale Of The Collapse That Is In Front Of Us CLICK HERE TO READ

Time For Some Good News, Uh-Oh, And Wrong Turn CLICK HERE TO READ

Egon von Greyerz KWN Audio Now Released! CLICK HERE TO READ

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