The Insane Profits Unleashed by Central Bankers

Gerardo Del Real
by Gerardo Del Real

The Fed wants inflation.

Copper is nearing an 8-year high.

Lumber prices are up 20% in the last four weeks.

Home prices are rising by a 7% annualized rate while the Fed is buying $40 billion of mortgage backed securities per month.

The government that’s here to help is putting the finishing touches on a $900 billion relief package that will be followed by a stimulus package.

All of which will be followed by a rescue package when the next black swan appears.

There is always a next black swan.

The dollar just broke the 90 level but don’t worry everyday Americans, your $600 will be in the mail soon.

Jobless claims here in the U.S. rose by 23,000 to 885,000 in the week ended Dec. 12 — the second weekly rise in a row.

Analysts forecasted 815,000.

Yet the Fed wants inflation and inflation it will get.

Real inflation is already here, I’ve explained that for months. Heck Nick gave you his take on it this week.

What the Fed — and central bankers around the world — really want is to monetize as much debt as possible.

Here’s a fun fact: There’s over $18 trillion in negative yielding debt while the gold market is worth approximately $11 trillion.

We are in the early stages of another commodity super cycle.

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Gold, copper, rare earths, uranium are all in, or entering, what will be a transfer of wealth unlike any in recent memory.

You are either going to benefit from it or continue to watch from the sidelines month after month, wondering if it’s still too late to benefit from the insanity that central bankers have unleashed on the world.

It’s been a challenging year for many. Challenges that have also presented opportunities. Opportunities I plan on continuing to take advantage of.

I want to wish everyone a merry and safe Christmas/holiday — whatever you celebrate if you celebrate — and a Happy New Year.

2020 was one for the books for many reasons.

I suspect 2021 will also be one for the books.

But for different reasons.

Let's get it!
Gerardo Del Real
Gerardo Del Real
Editor, Resource Stock Digest

For the past decade, Gerardo Del Real has worked behind-the-scenes providing research, due diligence and advice to large institutional players, fund managers, newsletter writers and some of the most active high net worth investors in the resource space. Now, he is bringing his extensive experience to the public through Resource Stock Digest, Junior Resource Monthly, and Junior Resource Trader. For more about Gerardo, check out his editor page.

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