Mike Maloney’s Hidden Secrets Of Money – Dollar Crisis To Golden Opportunity with Gold

Today’s advice is to get yourself a nice coffee latte and set aside about a half hour out of your day to watch the video below from Mike Maloney as he takes you through the Hidden Secrets of Money, Episode 3: The Dollar Crisis to Golden Opportunity.

You may have heard stories on the news lately that suggest an international move away from the US Dollar is underway, but have you ever seen these events listed on a timeline? This video lays out an excellent argument on why the future of the U.S. dollar isn’t so bright – and why allocating a portion of your savings into gold is a MUST to protect yourself from dire future events that seem quite inevitable.


As mentioned in the video, financial expert Mike Maloney expects the world to have a new monetary system in this decade. Whether it is countries repatriating their gold supplies, or creating bilateral trade agreements. These events are all deemed to be ‘Golden Nails’ in the coffin of the U.S. Dollar Standard. The world does indeed have a new monetary system approximately every 40 years. Mr. Maloney lined up the facts, showed that our current system is 42 years old and is developing serious stress fractures that at some stage will break.

How does this affect you and your family? The repercussions are huge for us all. So register for a free karatbars account to start the process of exchanging your fiat paper money into valuable gold to turn this Dollar Crisis into a golden business opportunity for you and your family.

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