Stathis Predicted Deflation in the EU in 2010

Do you remember back in 2010 and 2011 when every gold-pumping con man and their minions were claiming that commodities would soar?

Do you remember how they were still insisting hyperinflation was just over the horizon? 

CNBC's king of broken clocks, Peter Schiff even released a book around late 2010 whereby he urged people to buy commodities because he expected them to soar.

Isn't this the same guy who keeps telling everyone to be worried about hyperinflation? 

Isn't this the same guy who keeps telling you that people are no longer worried about the euro and the EU , but they are most worried about the dollar and US?







Folks, if you already haven't figured it out by now, you probably never will. The fact of the matter is that you will never do well with your investments if you listen to anyone in the media.

Of course, this should be no surprise to anyone who has been paying attention, as Schiff has served as one of the best contrarian indicators ever, as he has consistently been wrong virtually everything he has predicted. Blast From the Past - Peter Schiff Was Wrong.

Recently, some of the doomsday douche bags have tried to weasel out of the hyperinflation mantra as an attempt to not look like idiots (Martin Armstrong and Jim Puplova are just two of several chumps who have retreated from hyperinflation fear mongering as of late). Sorry guys, it's too late. A tiger never changes its stripes.

Don't think any of the other clowns in the media are any better either. The financial media is designed to screw you by providing you with idiots, clowns, broken clocks and con men.



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Don't you think it's way past time you stopped being fooled by broken clocks, con men and morons and started patching into one of the very top investment minds in the world? 

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