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Peter Schiff Warns “The Real [Financial] Crisis Hasn’t Even Happened Yet” in Exclusive Interview with Birch Gold Group

Burbank, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

In an exclusive interview with Birch Gold Group, world-renowned investment advisor and Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff forecasts an impending dollar crisis that will have disastrous effects on Americans and the global monetary system.

Schiff, who famously predicted the collapse of the U.S. housing market and the ensuing global financial crisis, warns that the worst is yet to come.

"The real crisis hasnt even happened yet. [The dollar crisis] is going to be much more painful than a banking crisis. And in that environment, gold is going to shine a lot brighter than it did in the last crisis. And so the reasons to own it now are even more numerous than they were then," Schiff tells Birch Gold Group, the Burbank, CA-based precious metals company that helps investors protect their lifestyles with a variety of physical gold and silver assets, as well as Precious Metals IRAs.

In the years leading up to the financial collapse of 2008, Schiff cautioned that actions by the U.S. government were in fact the root cause of the problem. In the years since, the government has exacerbated those problems even further, he says.

"Everything that the Federal Reserve has done everything that the government has done since the financial crisis of '08 has just made the problems that they were trying to solve worse," Schiff says.

"The United States' shaky economy, rising debt and misguided policies, such as FATCA, are among a myriad of factors that "further undermines the desirability of owning dollars or U.S. financial assets, U.S. stocks," Schiff says.

"The dollar became the world's reserve currency because we dominated the world financially, economically. We don't do that anymore. Were not the world's biggest creditor, were the world's biggest debtor. We have huge trade deficits, not huge trade surpluses. We're bankrupt as a nation." he says. "The world tried to maintain the dollar at the center of the monetary system and it wont be at the center much longer. And the question is, whats going to take its place? And again, that brings me back to gold."

Schiff warns that the dollar's collapse is going to be "a big, rude awakening for a lot of Americans," which is why he's a strong advocate of investing in gold, silver and "anything the central banks can't print."

While other currencies, such as the Euro or the Yen, may be in better shape than the dollar, they are still flawed, Schiff maintains, and the world will not be ready to accept them as a global currency. Schiff sees gold as not only a critical hedge against the dollar's collapse, but also as an opportunity.

"People should buy gold while its still cheap," he says. "Because when gold is remonetized, when its once again at the center of the monetary universe, when countries are holding gold reserves as opposed to dollar reserves ... Central banks have a lot of gold to buy and the price only has one way to go, and thats up."

The full audio and transcript of Birch Gold Group's exclusive interview with Peter Schiff can be found on the Birch Gold website: http://www.birchgold.com/peter-schiff-interview-dollar-gold

For more information on Birch Gold Group or its precious metal investment options, please call (800) 355-2116 or visit http://www.birchgold.com.

About Birch Gold Group

Birch Gold Group, a national dealer of precious metals, helps Americans protect their savings with investments in physical gold and silver. Clients can do this by taking physical possession of metals or by moving an existing IRA or 401(k) to an IRA backed by precious metals. Birch Gold Group maintains an A+ Rating with the BBB, a 5-star rating with Trustlink.org and is the only precious metals dealer that is a member of the Retirement Industry Trust Association (RITA).

About Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff is an acclaimed investment advisor, financial commentator and CEO/Founder of Euro Pacific Capital. Best known for his predictions, he is also the bestselling author of "Crash Proof: How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse," published by Wiley & Sons in February of 2007. Schiff has been quoted and featured in numerous prominent U.S. publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Investor's Business Daily, The Financial Times, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post. He also appears regularly on CNBC, CNN, Fox News, Fox Business Network, and Bloomberg.


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Broadview Mortgage Reports: The Federal Reserve is on Schedule to End Quantitative Easing in October 2014.

Orange, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2014

In January 2014, the Federal Reserve announced its plans to end its quantitative easing (QE) stimulus plan by the end of the year. This month, the Fed, under new chair, Janet L. Yellen, confirmed plans to stop QE this October immediately following their discussion at the central bank (Washington Post, July, 2014). Before the financial crisis of 2008 the Fed had less than $ 900 billion in total bond holdings, loans, and other assets. At the height of the financial crisis in late 2008, it announced its first of multiple rounds of bond purchases that took place in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Each time that the Fed participated in these rounds, it launched new programs due to the economys lack of performance. The amount of holdings of bonds, loans, and other assets eventually grew to about $ 4.4 trillion according to The Wall Street Journal, a level most officials considered out of the question a few years ago (July, 2014). In 2013, the Fed was funneling $ 85 billion into bond purchases per month. As of January 2014, the Fed declared that it would reduce monthly spending by $ 10 billion per month and by $ 15 billion in October, officially zeroing the program by November 2014.

However, there are still signs that the economy has yet to fully recover from the recession. The Wall Street Journal contends, the jobless rate has fallen from 7.8% when the Fed announced a round of purchases in September 2012 to 6.1% in June. However, economic growth has continually disappointed. Official measures of inflation have run below the Fed's 2% goal for two years but show signs of picking up of late (July, 2014). The combination of slow economic growth and a declining unemployment rate has left officials perplexed. In the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to Congress on July 15th, 2014, Yellen stated that the slow growth of the economy might be attributed to the slow growth in most measures of hourly compensation. She also commented on the unemployment numbers stating, the total increase in jobs during the economic recovery thus far is more than 9 million. The unemployment rate has fallen nearly 1-1/2 percentage points over the past year and stood at 6.1 percent in June, down about 4 percentage points from its peak (The Federal Reserve, July, 2014). Despite the decline and signs of improvement, unemployment has ways to go before it reaches normal levels.

The Fed is nonetheless demonstrating that economic growth and job creation has gained enough momentum to proceed without the stimulus plan. It might not be complete recovery, but with labor market improvement and inflation moving back to normal levels the Fed is now closer to its goals. However, this does not go without a safety net. In Yellens testimony to Congress, she stated, although the decline in GDP in the first quarter led to some downgrading of our growth projections for this year, I and other FOMC participants continue to anticipate that economic activity will expand at a moderate pace over the next several years, supported by accommodative monetary policy, a waning drag from fiscal policy, the lagged effects of higher home prices and equity values, and strengthening foreign growth. The Committee sees the projected pace of economic growth as sufficient to support ongoing improvement in the labor market with further job gains, and the unemployment rate is anticipated to continue to decline toward its longer-run sustainable level (The Federal Reserve, July, 2014).

QE was a controversial program from the start, and it coming to an end marks a monumental point for the Fed. The program was intended to keep long-term interest rates down so investors would be encouraged to back stocks or corporate debt in order to stimulate the economy. Critics of the program say that it helped Wall Street instead of Main Street and according to The Guardian, stock markets have hit highs under QE, yet the unemployment rate remains high and there are continuing signs of weakness in the wide economy (July, 2014). Many were nervous that QE would lead to another financial bubble or excessive inflation. The Wall Street Journal notes, Critics have long argued the programs risk causing a financial bubble or excessive inflation, without giving an obvious boost to hiring. Fed officials and other supporters of the program argue it has helped the economy grow faster than it would otherwise grow, with limited risk (July, 2014). The logic is that the Fed essentially created an easy money policy with QE which can create an asset bubble. The Washington Post is happy to see QE come to an end: all the more reason to praise the Feds latest action, which shows that the central bank is aware of its responsibilities to counter speculative bubbles before they get too big if it can. Financial markets are now on notice that near-zero interest rates wont necessarily last forever either (July, 2014). The Fed is taking appropriate measures to end a program before it goes on too long, and point out flaws in the economy rather than stating that all is well.

QE has had a major impact on the stock market throughout the program. A few weeks ago, The New York Times drew attention to an idea called the everything boom, stating that virtually all major asset classes on earth are relatively expensive compared with their historical values and hoping that it does not turn into an everything bubble (July, 2014). In response to the idea of any sort of bubble forming, Yellen in this months Semiannual Monetary Policy testimony stated, While prices of real estate, equities and corporate bonds have risen appreciably and valuation metrics have increased, they remain generally in line with historical norms. This shows that in the eyes of the Fed that there simply is no bubble to worry about. Perhaps the reason being is that the Fed feels comfortable with the outcome of financial institutions should a bubble pop. The Washington Post notes Yellen speaking at a recent Washington speech, she argued instead for using the Feds regulatory or supervisory powers to make sure that financial institutions are well-capitalized enough to withstand any bubble-popping that might occurMore broadly, the financial sector has continued to become more resilient, as banks have continued to boost their capital and liquidity positions, and growth in wholesale short-term funding in financial markets has been modest. Criticism by the Washington Post article proceeds to state, In its own way, this approach like the entire business of engineering a safe exit from quantitative easing is as unconventional and untested as quantitative easing itself. It suggests the Fed chair aims to limit the damage that bubbles do rather than deflate them in the first place (July, 2014). It is clear that the spectators are not used to the unprecedented actions of the Federal Reserve. But, Yellen makes it clear that should any bubble pop, it wont bring down the banking system. In other words, no bubble poses as significant of a threat to onset another financial crisis in the United States.


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Healthcare Corporation of America Announces Going Dark

Denville, New Jersey (PRWEB) July 25, 2014

Healthcare Corporation of America (OTCQB: HCCA) announced today that it filed a Form 15 with the Securities and Exchange Commission to voluntarily deregister its common stock under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Act"). The Company is eligible to deregister its common stock by filing a Form 15 under Section 12(g) of the Act because the Company currently has fewer than 300 holders of record of its securities. The Company expects that its obligation to file periodic reports, such as Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K, under Section 13(a) of the Act will be suspended upon the filing of the Form 15. The deregistration under Section 12(g) of the Act is expected to be effective 90 days after the filing of the Form 15 at which time the Companys other filing requirements under Section 13(a) of the Act will terminate.

The Companys common stock is currently traded on the OTCQB, operated by OTC Markets Group, a centralized electronic quotation service for over-the-counter securities. The Company expects that its common stock will continue to be quoted on the OTCQB until its periodic reporting obligations under Section 15(d) of the Act are suspended, at which time the Company anticipates its common stock will be traded on OTC Pink Market, so long as market makers demonstrate an interest in trading in the Company's common stock. However, there is no assurance that trading in the Company's common stock will continue on the OTC Pink Market or on any other securities exchange or quotation medium.

The decision of the Company's Board of Directors to deregister its common stock was based on the consideration of numerous factors, including the large costs of preparing and filing periodic reports with the SEC, the increased outside accounting, audit, legal and other costs and expenses associated with being a public company, the burdens placed on Company management to comply with reporting requirements, and the low trading volume in the Company's common stock. After deregistration of the Companys common stock is effective and its periodic reporting requirements are suspended, the Company intends to continue to provide interim unaudited financial information and annual audited financial information to its stockholders.

Natasha Giordano, the Companys Chief Executive Officer, commented, These actions are designed to reduce our operating costs. The consequences of remaining an SEC-reporting company, which includes significant costs and management time associated with regulatory compliance, outweighed the current benefits of being a publicly reporting company.

About the Company

Based in Denville, N.J., Healthcare Corporation of America's (HCCA) mission is to reduce prescription drug costs for clients while improving the quality of care for its members and their families. The Company is an industry leader that offers comprehensive Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) services to employers, unions, and third party administrators. The Company also provides innovative, proprietary 340BasicsSM software and turnkey solutions that enable real-time eligibility processing to help covered entities and hospitals improve their capture rate and manage all processes related to the Federal 340B Drug Discount Program. The Companys deep industry expertise, unique clinical programs and innovative software and services facilitate our intensive auditing capabilities for both PBM and 340B programs for maximum financial savings, compliance, as well as improved quality of care for its clients and members. To learn more, visit http://www.hccarx.com.

Forward-looking Statement

Certain information and statements contained in this news release are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements can be generally identified as such because they include future tense or dates, are not historical or current facts, or include words such as believe, may, expect, intend, plan, anticipate, or words of similar import. Forward-looking statements express managements current expectations or forecasts of future events or outcomes, but are not guarantees of performance or outcomes and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results or outcomes to differ materially from those in such statements.

HCCA does not undertake any obligation to update or revise publicly any forward-looking statements to reflect information, events or circumstances after the date of such statements or to reflect the occurrence of anticipated or unanticipated events or circumstances.


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