Here are the latest items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. And it bears mention that most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of JWR. (SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor.) Today’s focus is on investing in Raufoss ammunition. (See the Tangibles Investing section.)
The annual Summit Colorado Precious Metals conference ends today. This three-day conference usually generates some great interview videos. I’ll try to post some links, soon.
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Moving on to this at Zero Hedge: Deutsche Bank: “Global Asset Prices Are The Most Elevated In History”
Economy & Finance:
Video: 10 Things That Will Happen After The Imminent Economic Collapse 2017 Stock Market Crash! (A fairly basic intro, but worth seeing. BTW, his mention of my novel Patriots was unsolicited.)
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Ted Kavadas, at Seeking Alpha: Charts Implying Economic Weakness – September 2017
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And there were some scary charts on currency inflation posted over at The Burning Platform: LIES, LIES & OMG MORE LIES
Tangibles Investing (Raufoss Ammunition):
A relative alerted me to a company that is producing some exotic 7.62mm NATO, 12 gauge, 7.62×39 and 12 gauge ammunition, including green tracers, and even Raufoss incendiary tracer. It is called SMA: Specialized Military Ammunition. They are located in Arizona. Given their inventory, I’ll wager that they plan to have a booth at the upcoming Small Arms Review (SAR) West Gun Show, in Phoenix. It will be held December 1-3, 2017. I actually consider Raufoss ammo an investment, if you can find it a at good price. I bought some scarce .50 BMG Raufoss ammo for $55 per round, in 2013. That seemed high to me at the time, but it is now selling at $80 to $90 per round. Remember: “Buy low, and sell high.”
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