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Solari: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders

Solari Update: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders - February 14

"If the highest aim of a captain were to preserve his ship, he would keep it in port forever."
--Thomas Aquinas

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This Thursday, I will be joining you with Franklin Sanders at his farm in Tennessee.

Franklin will review the silver and gold markets. I will address the Pope's resignation and the impact on the markets of the Vatican and its global financial and investment networks also sailing over the fiscal cliff. We will connect the dots to the explosive growth of efforts to protect freedom in a variety of areas, including health, gun ownership and the Internet.

In addition - don't laugh - Franklin and I will do a special segment on shipping precious metals. We get a lot of questions about receiving or sending gold and silver through mails, couriers and special delivery services. We also hear too many stories of mistakes made that can be painful or costly, a few even catastrophic. Solari Report subscribers will clearly benefit from some "how tos" and "don't dos" of negotiating and managing your precious metals shipments.

I will start with Money and Markets and Ask Catherine. Please post your questions on the blog.
Talk to you Thursday!

From The Blog

Links for Money, Magic, & Conciousness
We had a great discussion this am at the Money, Magic & Consciousness panel moderated by Kimberly Carter Gamble at the Consciousness Life Expo this morning in Los Angeles.

Pope Benedict XVI to Resign for Health Reasons on Feb. 28
Pope Benedict XVI, saying he no longer has the strength to lead the world's 1.2 billion Catholics, will resign from the papacy at the end of the month, the first such abdication in almost 600 years.

Dr. Robert Young on the Importance of Juicing

Just A Taste - 02/07/13
View a video excerpt from Catherine Austin Fitts' recent Money & Markets segment on The Solari Report:

"Our theme tonight is 'A good offense is the best defense' and in the face of a growing global stand for freedom, we see the U.S. government going on the offense but that's because it is a good defense. They have a lot to be defensive about." Watch the video...

Let's Go to the Movies! - House of Cards
In Let's Go to the Movies, we will review Netflix's new production House of Cards. Netflix's success at creating its own content is rocking the entertainment world. So are the latest offerings from the networks, who in their fight for ratings are promoting a remarkably raw picture of government and business leadership. In America, fact is fiction and fiction is fact. That means the unfolding of this new round of "uncut" fiction is an important development.

Coming Clean Beyond the Fiscal Cliff
As we look over the fiscal cliff into our financial abyss, now is a good time to "Come Clean" about the real state of our lives, our communities, and our economy, starting with the U.S. federal finances that flow deeply and intimately throughout every aspect of our lives.

This Solari Special Report includes (22) challenges we must address to put our federal fiscal house in order.
Read the complete article here.

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Nothing in this Solari Update should be taken as individual investment advice. Anyone seeking investment advice for his or her personal financial situation is advised to seek out a qualified advisor or advisors and provide as much information as possible to the advisor in order that such advisor can take into account all relevant circumstances, objectives, and risks before rendering an opinion as to the appropriate investment strategy.

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