The world is currently experiencing a currency crisis in many countries around the globe.
Examples of this can be found in:
The United States
And many more.
The one thing that these countries all have in common is that they have gone deeply into debt, spending more money than they were taking in.
The United States had once been the largest creditor nation and now it is the largest debtor nation. According to US debt clock.org the US national debt is currently at $19,967,491,654,000. If you add this to the 1,134,699,000,140,000 unfunded Medicaid/Medicare unfunded liability and the 921,132,834,000,000 unfunded Social Security debt, you could easily see that this debt can never ever ever be repaid. When you add up all of our debt unfunded liabilities we are in debt more than One quadrillion dollars.
This amount of debt is nearly 1000 times the amount of all US dollars in coins and banknotes in existence in the world today!!!
Pretty scary stuff!
As of today countries like China and Japan, who once were the largest consumers of US debt, are dumping their US debt at an alarming rate. Because of this, the United States had turned the printing presses on he called it quantitative easing (QE).
Anytime you introduce more dollars without increasing the goods and services commensurately, you experience inflation in the best of circumstances and hyperinflation in the worst.
Now is the time to exchange your increasingly devaluing dollars for the stability of gold and silver before the price skyrockets!