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Bill Holter Interviewed by Greg Hunter

20 Sep

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Greg Hunter . . . . . . . Bill Holter

So far as I know, Bill Holter is not a prophet.  He could be wrong. But he’s no dummy.  In the following interview, he offers fundamental facts that support the theory that the “stuff” will hit the fan before the end of October (and perhaps even before the end of September).  I agree that all of his facts are important and perhaps profound.  I think his timeline is plausible.

However, Holter implies that, once the stuff really hits the fan, the whole credit system will collapse and  cause the food distribution system (which is almost entirely based on credit) to also and utterly collapse within another 48 hours.

All of that is possible but, without any evidence to support my opinion other than a “gut” intuition, I don’t think/feel that the coming collapse will be total and cause the economy to utterly collapse within 48 hours. I’m more inclined to believe that whenever the moment of real collapse begins, the US economy will move downward as if on a kid’s slide or as downward stair-steps that require six months or more to reach the “bottom”.  I believe the collapse will be painful, but not as sudden and catastrophic as the detonation of a bomb.

Other than that, I tend to agree with all of Holter’s arguments.  I wouldn’t bet on whether the trigger moment happens before the end of October (or even before the end of September) but I agree that it could.

So, here’s Bill Holter’s interview and it’s worth your time.

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17 responses to “Bill Holter Interviewed by Greg Hunter

  1. Bobby G Getahaircutnow

    September 20, 2015 at 10:46 PM

    Another “The End Is Coming!”

     
  2. timmy

    September 20, 2015 at 10:47 PM

    It will happen of course, eventually. But not now… because so many are expecting and talking about it. The majority is ALWAYS wrong, especially in their timing. If we made it thru 08/09, if barely (and we did) we are not nearly at the collapse point now.

    I say that leaves more time for some solid, sensible preparation: mentally, physically, financially. And most important, spiritually. But the end isn’t coming in the next 60 days. We’ll have to be in severe financial stressors- rapid widespread deflation, or hyper inflation first. Neither is present. And these symptoms always appear well in advance of the tipping point /crisis triggering event.

    Also, I think gold will start going parabolic as an early indicator of trouble/panic from the insiders buying in defense mode. Not present either…

     
    • 01slinky07

      September 21, 2015 at 9:44 AM

      @Timmy. China for the last several yrs has been encouraging, particularly of its smaller banks, to hold the worth of its fiat notes and electronic funds, in gold bullion. Which is one of the reasons why China has been the heftiest procurer of au since pretty much, the last us $$ collapse. Theyve been stocking up in preparation of global economic disaster for several yrs.. that gold hasnt started going parabolic yet, is only suggestion that theres still a degree of ‘confidence’ in the imf’s system of debt based currency.. once markets begin to drop though, thats not at all unlikely, that confidence will plummet and the system collapse in entirety within a few days…or even literally hrs. There has also been talk for many yrs by ‘preppers’ to hold a stock of real tradeable worth, such as gold, for exactly this event, which has imo, quiet possibly added to the inflation of the substance over the last 10-15yrs

       
  3. 01slinky07

    September 21, 2015 at 9:30 AM

    Its not the first plausible calculation made by some bigtime economist or mathemetician thats put ‘the end’ as we know it, within a whisper of now. Either way its fairly obvious and certain that mankind is on the precipous of major upheaval and change, on all levels of existance
    …if not armagedon!

     
  4. timmy

    September 21, 2015 at 9:02 PM

    Yes, as I’ve been hearing for the last 30 years or so….

     
  5. dog-move

    September 22, 2015 at 3:31 AM

    The collapse has been underway for many years, it is occurring now, unseen by most everyone.
    If the flash point of the collapse occurs here soon as predicted on the video, those who have not seen the collapse that has been underway for the past many years will panic out of paper. Those astute individuals who have been positioning assets into G &S for the past many years will have an experience like a powerball winning. No telling what the economic backdrop will be like at that time. The powerball winners will have the financial ability to get out of town with the assets of G&S.
    Psalms 105:37 “He led Israel out with silver and gold and not a one of them stumbled”.

     
  6. gary

    September 23, 2015 at 7:23 AM

    Al,

    I hope you read these replys. Steve called me yesterday to say they had him locked up for some alleged warrant. They are moving him around now and haven’t shown him any warrant yet. It may have to do with him fighting to get back his land from six or seven years ago when he took his case to DC and lost. There was some talk of slander. I hope to get more information but he just asked me to tell other people for now. I heard he had gone to an interview with a private investigator in helping someone going through a foreclosure when they nabbed him. I gleaned some of the information from others and only received a voice message from Steve and didn’t talk to him personally.

    Gary

     
    • Adask

      September 26, 2015 at 4:54 PM

      I know a number of “Gary’s”. I know a number of “Steve’s”. I wish I had some idea of who this “Gary” is and whichever “Steve” he’s talking about.

       
  7. dog-move

    September 25, 2015 at 9:51 AM

    It is interesting that as the economy slides into the new structure of barter transactions, he stated it’s possible that your yearly wages would be equivalent to 40 ounces of silver. Is the average yearly salary in America roughly 25 to 30 thousand? At the current price this would not amount to a whole lot, much less to an amount that one could live on. This quantity/price of silver may be valued at a much higher level than the current price settlement, which I believe may be the case. If we are going into a hyper inflationary environment and silver is revalued at a much higher level in the new barter structure it would make sense to acquire small denomination silver as in dimes of the pre 1964 variety. In an environment like this it is entirely possible that nickels will be have value. I have been putting up rolls of nickels for years. The problem with nickels they get real heavy in large quantities. Despite the weight, my metals portfolio has about 500 pounds of nickels in it at the present time. It seems to me like a good diversification strategy, if anything I can always go pay a bill with 500 dollars’ worth of nickels.
    All the paper that has been created since A.D. 1971 will get frightened and panic to purchase anything real, this may include nickels. Sounds crazy doesn’t it! Well, we are headed for the most difficult times “ever” as the Instruction Book (Holy Bible) so clearly points out. Time will tell if my bullishness on nickels is a sound future barter-strategy.
    A two-dollar roll of nickels is safe from fiat currency devaluation and will have purchasing power due to its copper and nickel content. It is entirely possible the cost to mint nickels will become difficult due to rising cost of copper and nickel in the potential future hyper-inflationary environment. This will create shortages and prices should rise along with everything else.
    I keep aggressively purchasing silver, but I purchase rolls of nickels when at the grocery store quite frequently, and accept them as change instead of fiat dollars, this seems sensible here at the monetary crossroads at which we have arrived.
    I’m sure in A.D. 1947 Hungary when the Pengo was devalued into the octillion level, a copper nickel would have been greatly valued. When the great rebalancing takes place, all the dollar creation that has taken place thus far will be counted way beyond that octillion precedent established in A.D. 1945 Hungary.

     
  8. timmy

    September 25, 2015 at 8:18 PM

    You’re “sure”? Do you have any facts to back your opinion? You may be correct… or not. But fantasizing about what “should” happen is not a strategy. Right now, everything is saying Deflation for the foreseeable future. That does not rule out a subsequent hyper inflation, but I think you are confusing money, metals and asset values. They are all different things.

     
  9. dog-move

    September 26, 2015 at 5:28 AM

    A weaker dollar is what I see going forward. This spells inflation here in the United States.
    I do correct myself on the average income, from the census statistics it is around $53000 per year.

    The yen appears to have bottomed, this currency moves counter to the dollar, and metals move in concert with the yen from observations of moves in the recent past market activity.

     
  10. timmy

    September 26, 2015 at 1:02 PM

    I’ve been hearing about the demise of the dollar for twenty years, as it continues to hit cyclical highs, with no end in immediate sight…. long term, sure, it must die. But not in the next year or three. There is no viable alternative– yet. Is gold saying inflation, as it continues multi-year declines…?? Wake up folks.

     
  11. 01slinky07

    September 27, 2015 at 10:51 AM

    Im not sure that gold is in ‘multi year declines’. What I do know is that 15yrs ago or so, gold was running 3-4hundred an ounce, an now its at 5times that rate. Imo most likely persuaded by the powers that be.

     
  12. timmy

    September 27, 2015 at 8:19 PM

    inflation adjusted, this will be the fourth down year in a row for the spot gold price. what is it you’re ‘not sure’ about? 2nd grade math??

    Long term dollar cost averaged acquisition and holding of metals is a fine strategy. I’m talking about short term and market timing, and how hopeless that approach is.

     
  13. timmy

    September 27, 2015 at 8:29 PM

    I think the chinese and russians and indians (?) are building up their physical gold reserves to back their new currency, which is coming soon.

    I’m all in favor of prepping and having metals in hand. I”m just saying, take a guy with $100k who shunned stox and loaded up on gold for the last ten years…. he’s effed. At least nominally, and at least for now. Later, things will change. But you can’t eat “later” or retire on it, or buy a house or a car or a farm….

     
  14. timmy

    September 27, 2015 at 8:33 PM

    Although, I suppose one could be totally broke and still “buy the farm”….

    The two richest guys I know personally keep owning/buying/starting businesses, buying income producing real estate, and acquiring gold. Their logic is that’s all real stuff, not paper financial assets, and not someone else’s liability. So although they certainly can drop in value, they are unlikely to go to zero.

    Businesses and real estate should throw off income and that is the key- having multiple sources of cash-flow coming to you over time.

     
  15. timmy

    October 27, 2015 at 7:41 AM

    “Stocks started [October] up seven days in a row (based on the Dow Jones Industrial Average)… and the good times haven’t stopped… The Dow has hit new highs for this month 12 different times.”

    Any questions?

     

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