Dozens of articles are posted every month on munKNEE.com – a financial site for sore eyes and inquisitive minds – and below are the top 5 most popular (most page views) ones in 2021 for your perusal. They remain current in content and have been edited and abridged for the sake of clarity and brevity to provide you with a fast and easy read.
Compiled by Lorimer Wilson, Managing Editor of munKNEE.com
14,898 Page Views: I am convinced that silver will soon explode in price in a manner of unprecedented proportions, both in terms of previous silver rallies and relative to all other commodities. By unprecedented, I mean that the price of silver will move suddenly and shockingly higher in a manner never witnessed previously, including the great price run ups in 1980 and 2011. The highest prior price level of $50 will quickly be exceeded.
11,159 Page Views: The U.S. Mint is randomly issuing 5 new 25 cent coin designs into circulation this year which could be worth 100x their face value if they are in average mint state condition. Here’s what to look for:
8,344 Page Views: If the price of silver were based directly on the real physical silver market, silver’s price should be at $5,000 an ounce. I’m not saying the price of silver will reach $5,000 an ounce; I’m just saying that the actual PHYSICAL silver spot price is not only extremely undervalued, but that it is an illusion compared to the real value of an ounce of physical silver, since it is totally disconnected from reality. [Let me explain further.]
6,055 Page Views: If we want to better understand the answer to the elusive question of “When will the fiat US dollar collapse?”, we have to watch the petrodollar system and the factors affecting it.
2,606 Page Views: There is a difference between inflation and hyperinflation…and there is no gradual path from one to the other. To wind up with true hyperinflation, some very bad things have to happen. The government has to completely lose control… the populace has to completely lose faith in the system… or both at the same time. [Are we there yet? Let’s take a look.]
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