This is the real reason why gold, silver and mining stocks are soaring higher today.

KWN has now released an audio interview with Michael Oliver!

US Dollar Now In Serious Trouble
October 9
(King World News)
Albert Edwards, Former Global Strategist at Société Générale:  The US Dollar Index is at an interesting technical conjuncture. It has fallen back to support having got stuck at longer term resistance (second chart – weekly – shows where the resistance line comes from). (See chart below).

US Dollar Has Broken Below Major Trendline

Daily Macds and RSI seem to have broken down already. Could be important. (See chart below).

MACD & RSI Have Issued “Sell” Signals

Gold, Silver & Mining Stocks
Ronnie Stoeferle at Incrementum:
  Mining Stocks – The Party Has Just Begun

IT’S COMING: Mining Stocks Will See
Massive Spike Higher vs Gold

Mining Stocks Have A Long Way To Go
Just To Get Back To The Median


Dow/Gold Ratio Suggests Ratio Fall Below 1:1

Percentage Chance Gold Will Reach Price Zones


Silver Will Revalue Massively Higher vs Tech Stocks

Silver Will See Massive Spike vs S&P 500

What If The Stock Market Crashes?
King World News note:  For investors who are worried about what will happen to gold, silver and the mining stocks when the stock market crashes, the charts above should answer that question decisively. That will part of the process where gold, silver and the mining stocks are revalued violently higher vs the general stock market.

Billionaire Eric Sprott Buying
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***KWN has now released this timely and powerful audio interview with Michael Oliver and you can listen to it by CLICKING HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.

Albert Edwards On The Japanification Of The United States
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