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September 9, 2012
Dear Readers ,

When the world's biggest money manager talks, every one listens.

PIMCO's Bill Gross, manager of the world's largest bond fund, just told the world he likes gold more than stocks or bonds. The world's money managers followed suit.

The European Central Bank just announced a new and potentially unlimited bond buying plan. Prepare the blank checks; the United States already has.

The U.S. economy added 96,000 jobs in August, a disappointing result that could prompt an aggressive response from the Federal Reserve. Ammunition for another round of QE has been served.

If you didn't believe me before, I seriously hope you do now: Gold will go a lot higher.

Last Sunday, in my letter, "America's Gold Wiped Out," I talked about the world's current financial war: The
Currency War


As a reminder:

A "currency war" is a fight between countries to achieve a lower exchange rate for their own currency. In other words, its competitive devaluation. In short, the cheaper your currency, the more money you attract from foreign entities; this leads to increased exports, growth, and job creation.    
The dollar, the yuan, and the euro, are the three super power currencies leading the global currency war. The one on top will be the one that devalues its currency the fastest.   

Currency is the heart of a nation; without it, it cannot survive. Its value is its Achilles heel. Collapse its value and everything goes with it.

Stocks, bonds, derivatives, and other investments are all linked through a complex network. If one sector is failing, another might be winning. For example, if stock and bonds are failing, one could turn to commodities to pick up the pieces.

However, all of these investment vehicles are priced in a nation's currency. Destroy the currency and you destroy all of the markets within the nation. Destroy the markets, and you destroy the nation.

That is why currency is the target in any financial war.

And that is exactly why major battles are no longer fought with AK-74's and tanks - these merely provide support.

In a controversial book published in 1999 by Col. Qiao Ling and Col. Wang Xiangsui of China's People's Liberation Army, they stated:

"In a world where "even nuclear warfare" will perhaps become obsolete military jargon, it is likely that a pasty-faced scholar wearing thick eyeglasses is better suited to be a modern solider than is a strong lowbrow with bulging biceps. We believe that before long, "financial warfare" will undoubtedly be an entry in the various types of dictionaries of official military war has become a "hyper strategic" weapon that is attracting the attention of the world. This is because financial war is easily manipulated and allows for concealed actions, and is also highly destructive." 

Everything around the world is interconnected. Bonds could be issued in Brazil, underwritten in London, and sold through New York. You could even package everything in the form of a derivative from one country and sell it to another; selling securities for cash, backed by nothing more than someone else's performance.

That means any form of currency manipulation or attacks have serious repercussions around the world.  And the two heavy weights of the world are in a full fledged battle against one another.

China vs. United States 

While Europe is China's largest trading partner, China's main link with the global financial system is the U.S. government bond market.

China earns several hundred billion dollars every year from their trade surplus. This is a lot of money that needs to be invested, and few places can handle that type of investment without severely affecting market prices.

That's why the Chinese have turned their surpluses into the one place that can handle the size of investments China needs to make - the U.S. government bond market.

China's foreign reserves hold more than $1 trillion worth of dollar-denominated U.S. securities - that's more than any country in the world. But this number may be greater than that.

That's because not every government security is issued by the Treasury. Many of them are issued by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and other banks and agencies; thus making it harder to track.


With such a large holding of U.S. dollar-denominated securities, China has a major concern: They fear that the United States will devalue their currency through massive money printing and inflation, destroying the value of China's foreign reserves. All while the United States benefit from more exports due to a devalued currency.

China should worry (from last week's letter):

"Prior to 2011, no one was winning the currency war. China was experiencing a surplus and the US was negative. So the U.S. did everything it could, including persuasions through the G20, to convince China to appreciate their currency to balance out the major trade deficit.  But China wouldn't allow their yuan to appreciate because it would hamper their own growth. Why would they hamper their growth for the benefit of a competing country?  

As a result, the United States, empowered by its world reserve status, pulled out its secret weapon: Quantitative Easing (QE).  The United States effectively devalued its own currency by increasing its own money supply, forcing inflation onto China." -

Hypothetically, China could unleash its U.S. treasuries in an open market, highly visible fire sale, in retaliation for the United States' strategic devaluation. This would cause U.S. interest rates to blow up and the dollar to collapse on foreign markets, forcing a world of financial dislocation and hurt onto U.S. soil.

However, this would also be a big blow to China because the treasury market would collapse long before China could unload even a small portion of its holdings. That means if China attempted to unload, it would mean economic suicide.

The Real Twist 

But there is one thing China could do that everyone ignores: operation twist, China.

The Chinese could shift the mix of Treasury holdings from longer to shorter maturities without selling a single bond and without reducing their total holdings. It would be damaging to the U.S. and much more cost effective for the Chinese.

Shorter maturities are less volatile and more liquid, which means the Chinese would be less vulnerable to market shocks. They also wouldn't have to dump their holdings in a fire sale, but simply wait them out until maturity.

But don't think the U.S. doesn't already know this.

Under the United States' operation twist, the maturity extension program, the Federal Reserve intends to sell or redeem a total of $667 billion of shorter-term Treasury securities by the end of 2012 and use the proceeds to buy longer-term Treasury securities. This will extend the average maturity of the securities in the Federal Reserve's portfolio.

According to the Fed, "by reducing the supply of longer-term Treasury securities in the market, this action should put downward pressure on longer-term interest rates, including rates on financial assets that investors consider to be close substitutes for longer-term Treasury securities. The reduction in longer-term interest rates, in turn, will contribute to a broad easing in financial market conditions that will provide additional support for the economic recovery."

In reality, the United States is combating China's operation twist with its own. If China won't buy their long-term securities, the United States will just print money to pay for them - further devaluing the foreign holdings of China. 

Now do you see the moves being made by both countries?

The media will never tell you this because the U.S. will never say this publicly - it would be politically incorrect. That's why stuff like this never gets reported.

China has been aggressively diversifying their cash reserve positions away from dollar-denominated instruments of any kind and is deploying its new reserves elsewhere.

Because investment options in other currencies are limited, China has focused on the one thing that makes sense when inflation is in the picture: commodities.

A Major Shift in Currency  

For the last few years, China has been diversifying its massive trade surplus into commodities such as gold, oil, copper, agricultural land, water, and stocks of mining companies around the world. This diversification is well underway and gaining extreme traction.

Rumours are already flowing that state-owned China National Gold Corp.
is considering bidding for African Barrick.

Earlier in the year, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Corp paid $3.37 billion for uranium developer Kalahari Minerals and its partner, Extract Resources, in Namibia.

China's Zijin Mining Group is about takeover Australian gold producer Norton Gold Fields.

China National Offshore Oil Co. is bidding $15.1-billion to buy Calgary-based Nexen Inc.

The list continues to grow. (See my letter from last year, Action Speak Louder than Words)

From 2004 to 2009, China secretly doubled its official holdings of gold through one of its sovereign wealth funds, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE); they have continued to accumulate under the radar since then. How did they do this without causing a major spike in prices?

SAFE has been making purchases all over the world through global dealers. Since it is not part of China's central bank, all of these purchases were made off the record. Then, in a single transaction in 2009, SAFE transferred its entire position of 500 tons of gold to the central bank - then announced it to the world.

Combined with the long-term gold buying program already underway, the Chinese is clearly diversifying away from the dollar and encouraging a new financial instrument to the world.

Deals have already been struck by China and other countries such as Russia to bypass the dollar in bilateral trades (see A Really Big Problem). The currency war is in full swing and it's a ticking time bomb.

A lot of conspiracy theories regarding big bank bailouts, derivatives, and the financial war are real. These things play in the background while citizens around the world act like pawns in a game of chess between countries, bankers, and oligarchs.

Over the next month, I am going to continue sharing the truth about our current financial war. Some of what I say may shock you. Some of what I say may offend you. But all of what I say will give you a new perspective on life.

Next week, I am going to share a dramatic timeline of events that will knock you off your seats. Once you see it, you're going to be a believer in gold, silver, and other tangible assets - if you're not already.

Gold Breaks Through 

Gold and precious metal stocks broke out once again this past week. The Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) is up 8.59% this week and up nearly 20% since early August, when I told readers to become more aggressive in the sector.

The Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ) is up 11.84% this week.

Take a look at the three stocks featured in the Equedia Reports this year:

Timmins Gold Corp (TSX: TMM) (NYSE MKT: TGD) up 22% 

Timmins hit a high of CDN$2.74 on Friday, before closing at $2.69. That's nearly a 22% increase in less than 2 weeks; the initial research report was released on August 26, 2012 when Timmins was trading at $2.21.  

Timmins closed at US$2.74 on the NYSE MKT.

Balmoral Resources (TSX.V: BAR) (OTC: BALMF) up 60%

Balmoral hit a high of CDN$0.93 on Friday, before closing at CDN$0.91. That's nearly a 60% increase in less than 5 months; the initial research report was released on May 13, 2012 when Balmoral was trading at $0.57. 

Balmoral closed at US$0.93 on the OTC.

MAG Silver (TSX: MAG) (NYSE.A: MVG) up 37% 

MAG hit a high of CDN$11.17 on Friday, before closing at CDN$11.03. That's nearly a 37% increase in less than 8 months; the initial research report was released on February 2, 2012 when MAG was trading at CDN $8.06. 

MAG closed at US$11.29 on the NYSE Amex.

I haven't sold a single share in any of these companies.

The Bulls are Running 

The world's largest money manager has just publicly stated that gold is a better investment than bonds or stocks.

Money managers around the world are starting to pile into the sector begging for better returns.

Europe has been given a blank check to support the failing countries.

Poor unemployment numbers have given ammunition to the Fed to fire another massive round of stimulus.

The gold stampede is about to begin. Saddle up.

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We're in an amazing time to own precious metals stocks and that means I am constantly looking for our next big winner. I am becoming very aggressive now.

If there are any companies you feel I should look at, please reply to this email with the subject line: Evaluate

I am currently looking for companies with the following traits:
  1. Advanced-stage exploration, near currently producing mines
  2. Companies nearing milestones such as an upcoming resource, prefeasibility studies, or major company-changing announcements
  3. Producing gold/silver companies with strong cash flow and growth prospects
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I am also looking at companies with great properties that need to be sold or joint ventured. If you know of any, my friends may be interested. If so, please reply with the subject line: Property

Companies in this report:

Timmins Gold Corp (TSX: TMM) (NYSE MKT: TGD)

Balmoral Resources (TSX.V: BAR) (OTC: BALMF) 

MAG Silver Corp (TSX: MAG)(NYSE.A: MVG)




Until next week,

Ivan Lo

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Disclosure: I am long gold and silver through ETF's and bullion, as well as long both major and junior gold and silver companies. We're biased towards Timmins Gold Corp. because they are an advertiser, we own options, and we own shares. We're biased towards MAG Silver because they are an advertiser and we own shares. We're biased towards Balmoral because they were an advertiser and we own shares. You can do the math. Our reputation is built upon the companies we feature. That is why we invest in every company we feature in our Equedia Reports, including Timmins Gold Corp., MAG Silver, and Balmoral. It's your money to invest and we don't share in your profits or your losses, so please take responsibility for doing your own due diligence. Remember, past performance is not indicative of future performance. Just because many of the companies in our previous Equedia Reports have done well, doesn't mean they all will. Furthermore, Timmins Gold, MAG Silver, and Balmoral and their management have no control over our editorial content and any opinions expressed are those of our own. 

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What to Do When - Not If - Inflation Gets Out of Hand

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research

The cheek of it! They raised the price of my favorite ice cream.

Actually, they didn't increase the price; they reduced the container size.

I can now only get three servings for the same amount of money that used to give me four, so I'm buying ice cream more often.

Raising prices is one thing. I understand raw-ingredient price rises will be passed on.

But underhandedly reducing the amount they give you... that's another thing entirely. It just doesn't feel... honest.

You've noticed, I'm sure, how much gasoline is going up.

Food costs too are edging up.

My kids' college expenses, up.

Car prices, insurance premiums, household items - a list of necessities I can't go without. Regardless of one's income level or how tough life might get at times, one has to keep spending money on the basics. (This includes ice cream for only some people.)

According to the government, we're supposedly in a low-inflation environment. What happens if price inflation really takes off, reaching high levels - or worse, spirals out of control?

That's not a rhetorical question. Have you considered how you'll deal with rising costs? Are you sure your future income will even keep up with rising inflation?

Be honest: will you have enough savings to rely on? What's your plan?

If price inflation someday takes off - an outcome we honestly see no way around - nobody's current standard of living can be maintained without an extremely effective plan for keeping up with inflation.

It's not that people won't get raises or cost of living adjustments at work, nor that they will all neglect to accumulate savings.

It's that the value of the dollars those things are in will be losing purchasing power at increasingly rapid rates. It will take more and more currency units to buy the same amount of gas and groceries and tuition. And ice cream.

I'm not talking science fiction here.

When the consequences of runaway debt, out-of-control deficit spending, and money-printing schemes come home to roost, it's not exactly a stretch to believe that high inflation will result.

We need a way to diffuse the impact this will have on our purchasing power. We need a strategy to protect our standard of living.

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Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that statements containing forward looking information will prove to be accurate as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on statements containing forward looking information. Readers should review the risk factors set out in the Company's prospectus and the documents incorporated by reference.


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This presentation uses the term "Inferred Resources". U.S. investors are advised that while this term is recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize it. "Inferred Resources" have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and great uncertainty as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an Inferred Resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules, estimates of "Inferred Resources" may not form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies. U.S. investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of an "Inferred Mineral Resource" exists, or is economically or legally mineable.

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What to Do When - Not If - Inflation Gets Out of Hand
MAG Silver Corp. Closes C$33.1 Million Private Placement
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