110120 - Hyper Report

Uploaded by HyperReport on 20.01.2011

Hello, this is Scott... And this is the Hyper Report for January 20th
of 2011.
Gold is currently trading at 1363.22 Silver is at 28.38
The Silver to Gold Ratio is 48.03 Oil is at 90.44
and the US Dollar is at 78.56
World Needs $100 Trillion More Credit
According to the world economic forum, we need $100 trillion dollars worth of credit
to keep this ponzi scheme afloat. Wow, this house of cards is falling down.
The Truth About Money, Silver & Gold
The United States Dollar has lost 50% of its value against foreign fiat currencies since
2001. Real Estate values are now at 2001 levels.
60% if you factor in inflation. Gold was at $270 an ounce in 2001. Today it
is about $1400. Silver was at $4.70 an ounce in 2001. Today
it is pushing $30. Well over a 600% increase. So as market manipulation of silver and gold,
the biggest financial scam in world history, begins to unravel before everyone's eyes,
prepare accordingly.
The Incredible Shrinking Dollar
The consumer price index measures the change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services.
Although the 2010 only saw a 1.5% increase, it is important to note that December saw
a whopping 0.5% increase. According to the American Institute of Economic
Research, the dollar has lost 20% in the last decade alone.
Since wages are no longer indexed to inflation, rising prices will hurt the purchasing power
of the people.
Chile 2011 Copper Output Seen Up 8%
Copper output in mining powerhourse Chile may grow by 500 000 tonnes to 5.9 million
in 2011 from the previous year. Yet, JP Morgan says there is a shortage.
Housing Starts Lowest Since Late 2009
Housing starts dropped to an annual rate of 529,000 units. This is a quarter of the boom-time
peaks. Nevada, Arizona and Florida are among the
hardest hit states. The American economy is improving? Riight...
Obama Orders Review of Regulations That Impede Job Growth
Odrama announced that he wanted to avoid excessive, inconsistent, and redundant regulations.
Although pointed at the health, safety, and environmental regulations,
it will also result in changes to regulatory policies at the Fed. Riight.
This is a smokescreen because the amount of regulations increased in the last 2 years
is staggering.
Social Security Is in Far Worse Shape Than You Think
For years, the American public recieved assurances that the Social Security system,
which sends monthly checks out to 53 million beneficiaries, is safely solvent.
Well, outlays of Social Security exceeded payroll tax revenues by $76 billion in 2010.
Yet, the American public got a 2 percent reduction from Social Security this year.
Translation, Social Security is a dead man walking.
Finally, Please prepare now for the beginning of the
economic and social unrest. Good Day