Jim Sinclair Calls Gold at $4,400 before taking over as currency for the Golden Age

Source: JS Mineset

Dear CIGAs,

The new normal in Gold, the “Comet Gold Resistance Movement,” is your ticket to a sound monetary system. This will be followed by a period of long-term industrial growth as the world has never seen based on ultimate money, forced by the actions of the market place, not a product of any numbered group, be it G20, or G anything.

Since there is no doubt at all that the price of gold is going to and through $3500 with unimaginable volatility, I once again would like to suggest as in all wars that when a battle has been lost, the rise of the Gold and Silver Resistance Force, a militia of sorts in the market.

The reason behind this suggestion is explained below as the economic axiom known as Gresham’s Law operating in the Central Banks of the BRICs whereby gold is being accumulated with a goal of 15% of the reserve balance. To create this reserve goal you can reduce the fiat reserves as well as increase the gold reserves. You can reduce your fiat reserves by long term contracts in dollars by parastatal accumulation of resources and the means of production. The goal of 15% of reserves are the currency gold, and gold’s ascent in the marketplace due to the effect of Gresham’s Law to an accepted currency form. This is something the West has no control over. All the West can do is to attempt to inflict outrageous volatility into gold thereby trying to make confidence in the price of gold hard for those that do not understand. I have started to suggest this movement in the video repeated at least 6 times here that states, “Gentlemen, prepare to defend yourselves.”

All you need to do every time the US Treasury and Fed seek to make the gold market outrageously volatile via their friends, the gold banks, is to do nothing. Consider the volatile gold market to be the lion in the following video CIGA Pat sent to us. You are the photographer. Accomplish in the market place what this wildlife photographer did in the field, and you will still have all your gold insurance when gold finally trades solidly at $4400. When gold breaks above $3500 and $4000, as it will do, the US Treasury and Fed via their friends and relatives at the Gold Banks will run gold from $3500 to $4990 and back again a few times before gold settles into the currency as described above at $4400 for the beginning of the greatest economic expansion the world has ever seen.

You must join my Comet Gold Resistance Movement, a golden militia armed with courage to do just one thing. Do nothing, stand still in positions in gold without ant debt, and ignore the enemy of fear within and gold banks without. The market made mad by the Gold Banks will approach your jewels, but you must be internally quiet.

There is a writer made famous in the gold community in their rare ability to feel the pain of another who wrote a now famous article while un-free titled, “Gold $5000.” He is now scaring his benefactors by calling for gold to return to a very long term uptrend line at lower prices. Should that occur, he is willing to sell you his system as a computer program for $20,000,000 US dollars. Knowingly or not, he is a tool of the Gold Bank’s banks to create unprecedented volatility in the gold price. Join my Comet New Normal Gold Resistance Movement, a true non violent but armed militia. This is the way to protect yourself and thereby get to the other side still holding the preeminent currency.

In two weeks I will have printed certificates signed for you representing membership in the Resistance, but without your name or other identification. There will be no meetings, no charges, not even expenses. When you are long your good gold companies, mining money, and your physical gold at a sound $4400, protected from the inflation we are already experiencing multiplied by a minimum of 25, you will know your Resistance membership and your mindset will have gotten you there.

You must have a brain to know and eyes to see in order to understand what the end game is. Know that you have a tool to fight back, which is explained in the following video. Stand emotionally and mentally silent doing absolutely nothing whatsoever as the Gold Banks play the Western egocentric dislike for gold’s final roll in the end game.When the lions are close, all you have to do is do nothing. This is the Constitution of the Comet’s Gold Resistance Movement.

 

Gresham’s Law, not international edict, will reform the monetary system. Gold’s role in money is moving towards officialdom not by edict, but by Gresham’s Law. The difference now is that this concept of Gresham’s Law inhabits central banks of the “Real New Normal,” the rise of the influence of the BRICS and is spreading worldwide.

From Wikipedia:Gresham’s law is an economic principle that states: “When a government compulsorily overvalues one type of money and undervalues another, the undervalued money will leave the country or disappear from circulation into hoards, while the overvalued money will flood into circulation.” Note please that the US Treasury still holds firmly to the mad concept that their gold, if there is any not compromised, at $42. More…

Congress Looks at Doing Away with the $1 Bill

By KEVIN FREKING, Associated Press

WASHINGTON — American consumers have shown about as much appetite for the $1 coin as kids do their spinach. They may not know what’s best for them either. Congressional auditors say doing away with dollar bills entirely and replacing them with dollar coins could save taxpayers some $4.4 billion over the next 30 years.

Vending machine operators have long championed the use of $1 coins because they don’t jam the machines, cutting down on repair costs and lost sales. But most people don’t seem to like carrying them. In the past five years, the U.S. Mint has produced 2.4 billion Presidential $1 coins. Most are stored by the Federal Reserve, and production was suspended about a year ago.

The latest projection from the Government Accountability Office on the potential savings from switching to dollar coins entirely comes as lawmakers begin exploring new ways for the government to save money by changing the money itself.

The Mint is preparing a report for Congress showing how changes in the metal content of coins could save money.

The last time the government made major metallurgical changes in U.S. coins was nearly 50 years ago when Congress directed the Mint to remove silver from dimes and quarters and to reduce its content in half dollar coins. Now, Congress is looking at new changes in response to rising prices for copper and nickel.

At a House subcommittee hearing Thursday, the focus was on two approaches:

—Moving to less expensive combinations of metals like steel, aluminum and zinc.

—Gradually taking dollar bills out the economy and replacing them with coins.

The GAO’s Lorelei St. James told the House Financial Services panel it would take several years for the benefits of switching from paper bills to dollar coins to catch up with the cost of making the change. Equipment would have to be bought or overhauled and more coins would have to be produced upfront to replace bills as they are taken out of circulation.

But over the years, the savings would begin to accrue, she said, largely because a $1 coin could stay in circulation for 30 years while paper bills have to be replaced every four or five years on average.

“We continue to believe that replacing the note with a coin is likely to provide a financial benefit to the government,” said St. James, who added that such a change would work only if the note was completely eliminated and the public educated about the benefits of the switch.

Even the $1 coin’s most ardent supporters recognize that they haven’t been popular. Philip Diehl, former director of the Mint, said there was a huge demand for the Sacagawea dollar coin when production began in 2001, but as time wore on, people stayed with what they knew best.

“We’ve never bitten the bullet to remove the $1 bill as every other Western economy has done,” Diehl said. “If you did, it would have the same success the Canadians have had.”

Beverly Lepine, chief operating officer of the Royal Canadian Mint, said her country loves its “Loonie,” the nickname for the $1 coin that includes an image of a loon on the back. The switch went over so well that the country also went to a $2 coin called the “Toonie.”

Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Mich., affirmed that Canadians have embraced their dollar coins. “I don’t know anyone who would go back to the $1 and $2 bills,” he said.

That sentiment was not shared by some of his fellow subcommittee members when it comes to the U.S. version.

Rep. Lacy Clay, D-Mo., said men don’t like carrying a bunch of coins around in their pocket or in their suits. And Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., said the $1 coins have proved too hard to distinguish from quarters.

“If the people don’t want it and they don’t want to use it,” she said, “why in the world are we even talking about changing it?”

“It’s really a matter of just getting used to it,” said Diehl, the former Mint director.

Several lawmakers were more intrigued with the idea of using different metal combinations in producing coins.

Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Ohio, said a penny costs more than 2 cents to make and a nickel costs more than 11 cents to make. Moving to multiplated steel for coins would save the government nearly $200 million a year, he said.

The Mint’s report, which is due in mid-December, will detail the results of nearly 18 months of work exploring a variety of new metal compositions and evaluating test coins for attributes as hardness, resistance to wear, availability of raw materials and costs.

Richard Peterson, the Mint’s acting director, declined to give lawmakers a summary of what will be in the report, but he said “several promising alternatives” were found.

Inflation to End Production of Pennies and Nickles

Source: Goldsilver.com

The penny has run out of luck, both in Canada and in the United States. Back in March, the Royal Canadian Mint announced that they were phasing out the penny due to “low purchasing power and rising production costs”, according to CBC News.

Canada was pigeon-holed into this decision after the penny decreased to 1/20th of its original purchasing power, becoming an unnecessary “burden on the economy.”

The U.S. is following Canada’s footsteps regarding the production of pennies and nickels. According to U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Giethner, our U.S. Mint intends to remove the penny and nickel coins from circulation beginning early in January 2013.

The Mint currently spends about 4.8 cents per penny due to the rising costs of zinc and copper. A nickel valued at five cents now costs approximately 16.2 cents to make due to inflated nickel prices.

In comparison, the dime and the quarter are much more practical forms of coin currency. The dime only costs about 9.2 cents to mint and the quarter checks in at 21.31 cents. However, due to continued inflation expected in 2013, Giethner has warned that the dime may be in jeopardy of extinction as well.

The year 2011 marked the sixth consecutive year that pennies and nickels cost more to produce than they were worth in the market. In fact, the Mint posted a loss of $187.7 million last year – more than triple the losses recorded associated with coin minting in 2010.

Most Americans are more than ready for this overdue phase-out, viewing the millions wasted on coin production as foolishness in these tumultuous economic times. As federal budgets grow tighter and tighter, this is the only logical thing to do, but it will have some unintended consequnences on the average consumer…

Although the days of pennies and nickels are numbered, they will still be accepted in cash transactions. Meanwhile, merchants are preparing to round all transactions to the nearest ten-cent increment, meaning that consumers may be paying a few cents more than usual in the near future.