US Dollar: Short Term Pop – Mike Maloney

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More: Mike explains why the U.S. Dollar could strengthen in the short term if there's a recession or crisis. This is an excerpt from Mike's appearance at the 2016 Silver Summit. If you enjoyed watching this video, be sure to check out the Hidden Secrets of Money website at . It’s a world-leading educational series by Mike Maloney, the bestselling author of the Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver. As Mike explains in the series and his book, we live in an economic system that is made complicated by design. Basically, it’s set up so most people don’t even try to understand it. In Mike’s videos, he breaks down these concepts using easy-to-follow analogies, real pages from history, and animations that tie it all together.
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49 thoughts on “US Dollar: Short Term Pop – Mike Maloney

    1. As I understood it: because other currencies and assets will be “bearish”.
      Mike was talking about US Dollar as of “safe heaven” that investors were
      taught to run to.

    2. The point the other guy made at the end really backs Mike up. When the US
      has the best yields on a 2-year bond, of course bond traders will bid up
      the US dollar, despite its inherent worthlessness and fiat nature. But due
      to its favourable bond yield, it’s still the cleanest dirty shirt.

      But just wait: the next big drop in the S&P500 should see even US yields go
      negative, and then gold and silver will really shine. If you’re paying to
      invest (i.e. negative yield vs. storage costs), you might as well have the
      potential for big upside and the 6000 years of monetary value that comes
      with gold and silver.

  1. Hey Mike Maloney,I was wondering if say Gold & Silver went back to their
    HISTORIC PURCHASING POWER, would all my COPPER pennies (not the zinc ones)
    go back to its historic purchasing power also? Or is there too many in
    circulation for that to be feasible?

    1. +TheTransmundane yeah, the copper bullion and rounds wouldn’t be any good
      but i was thinking if the other metals went back to their purchasing power,
      maybe copper would too and it’s already made so there’s no manufacturing
      fees. But I think if we ever went back to using silver and gold we’d use
      copper also for the SMALLEST sales. like back when candy was a penny or a
      gallon of gas was 10 cents. just my thoughts though. I’ll check out that
      video. thanks for your input.

    1. I bet you wish that don’ my friend. I assume you’re an Asian
      entrepreneur who has all of his debt in the US dollar. If that’s the case
      you’re probably screwed, the dollar’s most likely going to be strong for at
      least the next decade! -Best of luck my man:$

    2. where r they getting there funds for millitary superpower..u must remember
      that more the money is borrowed from federal reserve..more the inflation
      will occur and more tax will be charged

  2. Every time I see a new Mike Maloney video I get excited. Then I see that
    it’s only a couple of minutes long and I return to my general state of

    1. Most people would be better off, buying $200 worth of $RUT or $SPX options,
      whenever either gets oversold.
      Gold bugs are waiting YEARS for gold to go to $25,000 or $50,000 —- when
      just this past week, $RUT $1380 calls for Dec 9, 2016 went from $0.14 on
      Dec 5, 2016 to $13.50 on Dec 9, 2016.

    1. Same here, but I at least have silver now too, because the concern is that
      a strong dollar can quickly set velocity of money into motion, so the
      window of the strong dollar could already be here: I’d feel its too risky
      to wait.

  3. “Bullish on gold and silver long term”…. Please define “LONG TERM”…
    because I’ve been hearing the same old story, seeing the same old charts &
    graphs since 2008.

    1. Why does long term have to be defined? Mike and many others have openly
      said that they have no idea WHEN things will happen, but they have a number
      of solid arguments for WHAT and WHY.

      Precious metals are a patient man’s (or woman’s) game.

  4. At this point I wonder if there is more US dollars out there then there is
    toilet paper .
    Any way you look at it Fiat only carries the value of confidence .

    1. Gold will go down to $1135-1145 in the short term and then start to climb.
      It will edge above $1400 and endure a slight sell-off, before eventually
      climbing to $2200 within the next 4 years. You heard it here first.

  5. We may not see the value of gold and silver skyrocketing, when the day of
    reckoning arrive. Just like when the media made us believe that Trump
    Presidency would collapse the stock market, and that didn’t happen

  6. In Mike’s movie, “Why Gold and Silver” he said 500 oz. of silver would buy
    a median priced family home by “the end of 2015 at the latest”.
    Suck on that all you Keynesian kooks. Prescience from a true economic

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