THERE WILL BE A REVOLUTION: Bob Moriarty

THERE WILL BE A REVOLUTION: Bob Moriarty’s Stunning Prediction of a Global Battle to Replace Fiat Money       by Lior Gantz | Mar 7, 2019 | Personal Finance Revolution is ugly and messy, but it’s sometimes necessary when tyranny exists. Tyranny can take many forms, including economic tyranny, which is manifested through the monetary supply in today’s world. Getting back to the gold standard would require nothing less than a revolution, and one widely-regarded commentator is predicting that we’ll see a revolt on a global scale. Wealth Research Group actually had the chance to speak with this daring individual, who happens to be none other than Mr. Bob Moriarty. He is the owner and publisher of the precious metal information and analysis portal 321Gold.com, as well as 321Energy.com, which covers the oil, gasoline, coal, natural gas, solar, wind, and nuclear energy markets. Known far and wide as a true patriot and world-class aviator, Bob Moriarty had ferried general aviation aircraft all over the world for 15 years, including more than 240 over-the-water deliveries. Mr. Moriarty holds 14 International Aviation records, including Charles Lindbergh’s record for time between New York and Paris in two different categories. Additionally, Robert Moriarty is a decorated United States Marine F-4B and O-1 pilot with over 832 missions in Vietnam. He became a pilot at the age of 20 and a Captain in the Marines at age 22, and Mr. Bob Moriarty remains one of the most highly-decorated pilots in U.S. history today. Courtesy of Bob Moriarty A truly multi-talented man, Robert Moriarty is … Continue reading

Gold On The Verge Of A Major Breakout

By Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com http://JuniorMiningNews.com     Gold On The Verge Of A Major Breakout I’ve got some interesting articles for you below and in full disclosure I also own shares in Silver Bull which is showcased by Bob Moriarty of 321Gold in his article below. This was a wild week in the markets with the financial markets tanking and gold break strongly to the upside. While gold has still not broken out, it is very, very close. From the chart above you can see this Head and Shoulder pattern has been forming for 4 to 5 years. Using $1050 as the low and the shoulder at $1380 or so, we can project a target price in gold of $1710. When this breakout in gold does occur, resource shares will finally play catchup. For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies. Between the Canadian Database and the U.S. Database, we have around 250 exciting opportunities with stock warrants trading.  investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in resources, marijuana/cannabis, blockchain, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc. If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies. If you  sign up for my services with a Gold or Lifetime Subscription you will have access to my entire portfolio and can see everything that … Continue reading

Bullish on Silver? Bullish on Silver Bull

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold profiles a silver explorer that has changed direction and is finding drilling success.       Silver Bull’s Sierra Mojada Project I wrote about Silver Bull Resources Inc. (SVB:TSX; SVBL:NYSE.MKT) back in November. The stock was unloved and hovering at $0.11 a share. I suggested potential investors watch for news releases because the company has totally changed direction. Since then the price of silver has been pretty much unchanged but Silver Bull has doubled. We found a new young writer recently who has been generating some valuable information about various investing issues. Recently he wrote a piece about silver that uses a different approach to say what I have been trying to say for a year. Silver is cheap and as I said in my book, you should buy cheap and sell dear. As I write, the ratio between silver and gold is 81.23 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. In Kevin’s article he clearly shows how the return on silver is far higher if you buy silver when the ratio is above 80:1. Silver is cheap and Silver Bull is even cheaper. While the “Experts” are mumbling about how JPM is manipulating silver with the biggest short position since Christ was a Corporal, my readers are making money. The “Experts” have been wrong with everything they have said about silver for 20 years that I have followed them. If you are a real “Expert” you really should get something right once in a while. These idiots have no idea … Continue reading

There’s Something Worse than Having a “Losing Position”

Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker This is a great article written by David Smith over at The Morgan Report and appearing on 321Gold. All of us can learn from this read. When finished, visit us at http://CommonStockWarrants.com for alternative ideas and approaches to making money. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________     David H. Smith Posted Jan 28, 2016 There’s something worse than giving up at the bottom… There’s something worse than watching prices fall as you continue to add on the way down… It’s giving up “three feet from gold,” when if you had just stuck it out a bit longer, things might have turned your way. This tendency is part and parcel of human nature, and its effect is not to be underestimated. Way back in 1938, Napoleon Hill wrote about it in the classic book, Think and Grow Rich. Consider what his research uncovered. Said he: More than five hundred of the most successful men the country has ever known, told the author (Napoleon Hill) that their greatest success came just one step beyond the point at which defeat had overtaken them. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning. It takes great delight in tripping one when success is within reach. When the precious metals make a turn to the upside that really holds, one of two things is going to happen. Either the price trades sideways for awhile, building higher highs and higher lows into a bona fide uptrend, or there will be a … Continue reading

Bob Moriarty | Recent Articles & Market Comments

August 4, 2015 Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com Bob Moriarty of 321Gold is a straight shooter, meaning he says what he thinks and doesn’t give a crap if you don’t like it. Sounds to me sorta like Donald Trump…… I’ve visited with Bob on numerous occasions and I’ve been on the same mine tour and he is always the same, i.e., direct and to the point, no b.s. You either like this guy or hate him, just depends on the day. Even on a bad market day in the metals Bob is a bull and I for the most part agreement with him that we have or will soon have a bottom in place and be smiling again with plus signs in our portfolios. Bob has several articles posted in the last few days and I thought it would be a good idea to share with my readers in case you have not seen them. A Tradable Low in Commodies Why you should ignore all Gold Gurus including me Gold and the Full Moon Capitulation in Gold   … Continue reading

The Titanic Sinks At Dawn

Posted on March 19, 2015 by Gary Christenson TheDeviantInvestor.com What Titanic?  The RMS Titanic, or any of the following: A titanic quantity of derivatives – say 1,000 Trillion dollars. A derivative crash was at the center of the 2008 market meltdown.  It could happen again since there is now more debt, leverage, and risk than in 2008. A titanic accumulation of debt – global debt is approximately $200 Trillion. Global population is about 7,000,000,000 so there is about $28,000 in debt per living human being.  If global debt were backed by all the gold mined in the history of the world, an ounce of gold would back $36,000 in debt.  Gold currently sells for less than $1,200.  Gold is undervalued and there is an excess of debt. A titanic increase in debt in the past decade. Official US debt increased by over $10,000,000,000,000 in the past ten years.  What did the US gain from the increase of $10 Trillion in debt?  Are debt accumulation and expense policies materially different in Europe or Japan?  Was the debt used to create productive assets or was it just flushed down the toilet into non-productive expenditures?  THE BENEFIT IS GONE, BUT THE DEBT REMAINS.  This debt accumulation policy is neither good business nor sustainable. A titanic bond bubble. Since interest rates are currently at multi-generational lows, or 700 year lows in Europe, or perhaps all-time lows, that strongly suggests a bubble in bonds.  Would you buy a bond from an insolvent government knowing the … Continue reading