October 2022


BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Energy Agency Hiding Shale Oil Declines While Reporting Supply Growth

Something just isn’t right at the U.S. Energy Agency as they are seemingly hiding shale oil production declines while reporting optimistic supply growth.  This will come back to bite not only the U.S. EIA – Energy Information Agency, but also Americans when they realize the Shale Oil Boom is turning into a Bust…

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METALS & ENERGY MARKET UPDATE OCT 14th: Strong Dollar & High Energy Prices Continue To Gut Global Economy, Brace For Higher Fed Rate Hikes

Not only is there a global food shortage, even when there is food available, many countries are struggling to afford it because of the collapse of their currencies versus the U.S. Dollar.  And, on top of that, the extremely high energy prices continue to gut the global economy…

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TOM CLOUD METALS UPDATE OCT 14th: Important To Diversify Assets & High Premiums Continue Due To Bullion Product Shortages

Tom’s newest update discusses why it’s essential for investors to “Diversify” their assets before the next leg lower in the broader markets.  Tom believes it’s better to transition more into assets that will protect wealth, than those that will lose value or are highly leveraged…

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ENERGY CLIFF MUST SEE OIL & METALS CHARTS: Bracing For The Seneca Cliff & What That Means For Metals Production & The Population

Many people still do not understand the ENERGY CLIFF and how that will impact metals production in the future.  In this video update, there are FIVE MUST-SEE CHARTS.  These charts help connect the ENERGY DOTS and why the world is still unprepared for what lies ahead…

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SILVER MINE SUPPLY AT LEADING COUNTRIES SUFFERS BIG DECLINES: What Happened?? Supply Was Forecasted To Grow In 2022

Due to significant declines in silver mine supply from some leading countries, forecasted growth looks more like a downturn in global production this year.  The Industry was looking for the continued silver mine supply growth of 7% for 2022, but will likely experience a decline…

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