Consider the plight of tens of millions of over-extended American home owners who over-spent, found themselves

totally out of cash, in debt up to their ears, and underwater on their home mortgages: How do you think a conversation with the mortgage bank would have gone, if the debt-laden home owner had stomped into the bank, pounded his fists on the president's desk and tried to dictate new loan terms to his lender? Well, I suspect that was more or less the situation when Treasury Secretary Geithner paid a surprise visit to China's vice prime minister, Wang Qishan back in early April. The reported topic of discussion was whether, or when, China would end the virtually fixed exchange rate on its currency, the renminbi. Geithner no doubt argued that China's policy artificially lowers the cost of Chinese exports at the expense of American exports and jobs. Economists generally agree that if Beijing allowed the renminbi to trade freely, the U.S. dollar will be 20-40 percent lower. Now I ask you, what

possible leverage could Geithner have thought he had against the country to which the U.S. is $2.4 trillion in debt? I'm certain what the media reported was totally different from what really transpired. And that's a bad thing, because a distorted, manipulated picture makes for poor investment decisions. My intent with this Special Report is to expose the secret economic policies of President Hu Jintao, to explain why they have all but assured worldwide hyper-inflation, and to suggest some simple strategies that will not only protect you against another catastrophic downturn, but help you double and redouble your money in the next two to three years. So what's really going on between America and its biggest lender? Publically, China's chief foreign-exchange regulator, Yi Gang said recently that... "China remains secure in its U.S. dollar-denominated holdings" ...and will remain a responsible investor avoiding the game of short-term currency speculation." Translation: all is well. We love America. We're not worried about your out-of-control spending, your unemployment, the fact that you've been devaluing your currency by printing billions of "paper" dollars, nor the economic path down which your Congress has your country headed. We'd never think of not buying your Treasuries, we have complete confidence in the dollar and therefore have no reason to buy or hoard gold. For China to say anything else in public would instantly wreck havoc with the value of its $2.4 trillion dollar-backed reserves! Privately, the Chinese are in a state of shock! They fear a collapse of the U.S. dollar that will deflate the value of their dollar-backed reserves faster than a hat pin in a carnival balloon.

When it comes to where to invest your money, it's important to pay closer attention to what people and governments do, rather than what they say. Case in point: consider George Soros's recent behavior regarding gold. Soros made headlines recently by suggesting gold prices were a bubble - implying that investors should lighten up on their gold holdings. Naturally, that sent gold prices down.

Not long after, however, Soros quietly bought $75 million worth of shares in one of my favorite junior gold development picks. No fan fair nor publicity. And this wasn't Soros' first purchase of the stock. His company had previously bought some 3.5 million shares. This junior gold company is not in production yet, but it owns some very large gold and copper deposits in North America. If we're right about the direction gold and commodity prices are headed, this roughly-$7 dollar stock could deliver some very big returns over the next few years. Obviously Soros would not be loading up on to his junior gold shares if he really believed gold prices were headed lower. It's a classic example of saying one thing and doing another. Like Soros, the Chinese government is telling you one thing and doing the opposite. China's officials are deliberately talking down the price of gold to give themselves a better chance of buying more at a lower price. China says it has total and complete confidence in the strength of the U.S. dollar and has no need to buy gold. Two Chinese officials recently made public remarks to the effect that... "China shouldn't make gold a major part of its reserves because of gold's volatile 30-year trading history." But, meanwhile, Beijing is secretly scheming with private and public Chinese companies and buying up as much of the world's gold supply as it can, as quickly as it can without triggering a buying panic.

...by denying that top Chinese economic advisors are unanimous that the U.S. dollar is in serious trouble and that his country is hiding its gold buying by making purchases through both private and public companies that do not have to report gold holdings to the IMF. Gold has become a de facto currency, a much stronger currency than the dollar or the euro. The best way for China to make sure it can afford to buy the commodities it needs to continue its incredible expansion is to acquire as much gold now (at currently-low prices) as it can. Of course, Beijing can't wade into the gold market in any serious way without driving up the price, but the government is encouraging citizens to load up on the precious metal. Private

owners are not required to tell the IMF how much gold they hold, but it's estimated that Chinese citizens own about 3,000 tons. The Chinese government now owns 1,054 metric tons of gold (up from 600 metric tons in 2003) making it the world's fifth-largest gold holder. Although Beijing may be unable to raid the open gold market, the Chinese government is buying all of the country's own gold production, about 300 tons a year and the world's largest. I say again: China is stockpiling gold in anticipation of a collapse of the U.S. dollar and rapid escalation of commodity prices. Is China right about the U.S. dollar? Consider this: In 1913, when the Federal Reserve was created with the duty of preserving the dollar, one $20 bill could buy one 20-dollar gold piece. Today, it takes more than fifty $20 bills to buy one 20dollar gold piece. Under the Fed's custody, the U.S. dollar has lost 98 percent of its value. The dollar is the storehouse of America's wealth and thanks to reckless spending and bad economic policy, our country is in serious threat of a devastating run on the bank.

While China has been going to great lengths to declare its faith in the dollar and hold down the price of gold, I've been warning subscribers to Leeb's Real World Investing that serious inflation is coming, that commodities are headed way higher. I've been recommending a variety of ways to invest in the coming gold boom, including a junior gold company with huge upside potential. FREE Report - The Best By-Far Gold Stock to Buy Now! Right now, if you hurry, you can still buy this stock for around $7 or $8. I think that as gold moves toward $2,000 an ounce this stock has the potential to outdo each new high in gold prices by a factor of two or even three. If gold doubles from here, this gem of a company could return 200% or even 400% on its $7-$8 price. Barron's recently published an article on my favorite gold pick, in which it reported the company was sitting on world-class gold and copper properties. George Soros is not the only savvy investor who has shown an interest in my number one junior gold company. Remember John Paulson, arguably the most successful hedge fund operator over the past 10 years? He's the guy who made billions by betting against the housing market in 2007-8, and had

a prior record of annual gains in the high teens. Well, he recently acquired a $100 million stake in my favorite junior gold company.

In an inflationary world filled with risk, gold remains the outstanding investment. But, while large mining companies, in my opinion, should at least double as the price of gold climbs inexorably to $2,000, you could see multiple baggers from the compelling junior you'll discover in your FREE Special Report. I'll give you all the details on the company and why I'm expecting a double...triple...maybe even a four-bagger out of this $7 stock in a FREE Special Report I've prepared, Gold's Second Wind, The Coming of $2,000 an Ounce Gold.

So, what does all this talk about China and gold have to do with the U.S. economy? And how should it influence what you do with your money now? Let's review: at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the US economy was eight times larger than China's. A decade later, the figure was down to four times. China's $4.9 trillion economy has already surpassed Germany's to become the world's third largest, and is on course to overtake current No.2-Japan-this year. China become the world's largest exporter in 2002. In 2009 it shipped some $1.2 trillion worth of exports. Chinese factories employ low-paid workers to assemble everything from iPods and the latest computers, to running shoes, clothing, toys and myriad household items that populate the shelves of America's discount stores. China has also overtaken the US as the world's largest auto market and largest auto producer. Two decades ago, a car industry barely existed in China. Chinese car maker Geely International just bought out the venerable Volvo name.

Steel output for 2009 was estimated at 565 million tons, up 13% year over year. Excluding China, global steel output fell 23% from 2008. And while European and US banks were under siege from the global financial crisis, Chinese banks emerged from the turmoil relatively unscathed. When the world wide recession struck, China's rock-solid banking system enabled Beijing to quickly inject liquidity into the economy with a highly effective stimulus program of some 4 trillion Yuan. Thanks to a China-ASEAN free trade agreement that went into effect on January 1st, Beijing is now in a position to build new trading alliances, creating the world's third-largest free trade bloc and undermining US influence in South East Asia. The combined population of the free trade bloc is 1.9 billion people with a combined GDP of $6 trillion. Already, the ASEAN countries are providing the raw materials and manufacturing parts for assembly hubs operating in China. And according to the Asian Development Bank, about 60% of China-ASEAN made goods end up in European, Japanese, and US markets. Beginning to get the picture? While Washington is hopelessly deadlocked by partisan politics, China's President Hu Jintal has the absolute power to do whatever he thinks is in the best interest of his country. Chinese leaders are not puppets to public opinion polls, they need not answer to a fickle electorate every two years. Their long-term goal for China's 1.3 billion citizens is prosperity and a better life and they have the luxury of being ruthless and pragmatic when necessary to achieve their goals.

Last year, the big surprise was how quickly China's economy rebounded from the "Great Recession". Incredibly China's GDP came in at a red-hot 8.7% for 2009. Its industrial production was up 18.5% from the previous year, and imports rebounded to an all-time high of $112 billion in December, reflecting massive stockpiling of key commodities. Some 12.7 million cars were sold in China last year, up an astonishing 44% over the previous year after Beijing cut taxes on small cars and offered $730 million in subsidies to get people to buy SUVs, pickups and minivans. As a result, China also imported a record 5 million barrels per day of crude oil last December, and has already lined up deals with Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq for more crude oil for this year. As a result of so much so quickly...

Inevitably, since July '09, China's spending spree on the key commodities it needs for expansion has fueled a rapid escalation of prices. The Dow Jones Commodity Index, measured in Chinese Yuan, has made a stunning U-turn, rebounding sharply from an annualized rate of decline of 52% in July 2009, to positive inflation rate of 23% today. It's not surprising that the Chinese Consumer Price Index was 1.9% higher in December than a year earlier, driven by a 5% rise in food prices. Officials at the People's Bank of China are already worried that the consumer price deflation experienced through most of 2009 has quickly turned into escalating inflation in 2010. If the PBoC doesn't tighten its monetary policy, consumer price inflation could easily accelerate at a 6% clip this year. And with food and energy accounting for half of China's consumer price basket, soaring commodity prices are a ticking time bomb.

China emerged from the worldwide recession first and strongest, so it's only natural that China is where we're seeing the first glimpse of the inevitable inflation. China is not just stockpiling gold, it's building up critical reserves of every commodity while prices remain relatively low compared to where they're likely to be a year or so down the road. Regardless of the official word out of Beijing, pressure is mounting for China to allow its currency to rise relative to the dollar. When this happens, an unpleasant consequence (which US policymakers have given absolutely no thought to) is likely to be another leg up in the commodity bull market. A stronger yuan makes commodities even less expensive to the Chinese and creates even greater reason to invest its massive currency reserves in something other than depreciating greenbacks.

This is not mere speculation on our part: Chinese officials have already signaled their intension to stockpile more commodities. What's more, as the U.S. shows signs of recovery and begins to compete again with China for finite supplies of critical commodities, the forces of supply and demand will lead to hyperinflation here as well. Just as we saw the price of crude escalate from $38 a barrel to $139 in less than a year, crude is up more than doubled from its 2009 low. Fortunately, the year-over-year rate of change in crude has dropped off significantly since the start of the year. That gives the economy some breathing room, although we're no means out of the woods. From a purely technical perspective, the next leg up should carry the price of crude up to the $100 a barrel area before it encounters significant overhead resistance. And that level would once again push us into the danger zone. But crude oil is only part of the inflation story. So too are prices of other vital commodities showing signs of runaway inflation. The tentacles of China's ambitions reach every corner of the world and are in the process of sucking up the vital commodities it requires to realize its dreams and sending prices through the roof. Since their recent lows...

Worth watching are changes in industrial commodity prices, which have climbed to their highest level since the outset of the financial crisis. For this we like to track the CRB Raw Industrials, an index is comprised of a wide range of commodities, such as hides, tallow, copper scrap, lead scrap, steel scrap, zinc, tin, burlap, cotton, print cloth, wool tops, rosin, and rubber. This is a favorite benchmark for several reasons. In many respects these are the basic building blocks of the economy, used in a wide array of products. Many of these commodities aren't

traded in the futures pits and therefore aren't subject to speculation that could periodically distort their true value. They therefore offer insights into both economic activity and inflation trends. And the gains we've seen in the last year suggest that should such rapid growth continue we could quickly segue into a period of high inflation. The US economy is in the midst of a tepid recovery that should run for at least a few more months. But we could very well slide back into recession later this year. Key indicators of this happening include stagnating employment, more weakness in the housing sector and no improvement in bank lending. Certainly the EU's slowdown in the fourth quarter (to just 0.1 percent, from 0.3 in the third quarter) doesn't bode well. It's worth noting what happened during previous anemic expansionary periods. Canada's Gluskin Sheff & Associates has done some work in this area, identifying five previous brief expansions here in the US during the last 60 years, each of which lasted a mere 12 quarters or less. In each of those periods, the peak in economic growth occurred in the first or second quarter of the recovery. While it's not official yet, many economists are pointing to the third quarter of last year as marking the end of the recession. So it won't be surprising if we learn with the benefit of hindsight that... ...we may already have seen the peak rate of growth in economic activity during this shortlived expansion! Yes, the U.S. economy now shows clear signs of growth. Most likely, the growth rate will exceed 3% for the first quarter and the next one as well. However, the second half of this year doesn't look quite as rosy. By then, much of the government's economic stimulus will start to wear off. Three percent growth over the next few months could prompt Chairman Bernanke to start cutting back monetary stimulus in the fall as well. That could have a negative effect on the market. In many ways the current recovery is most akin to the expansion that occurred from 1971 to 1973: weak economic growth coupled with rapid monetary stimulus that threatens to give way to mounting inflationary pressures. The stock market rally during that time lasted 17 months. A similar performance today would mean a stock market peak in August or September. Also using 1971-73 as a guidepost, the stock market's upside from the peak in the rate of economic growth was less than 10 percent, which would cap the return this time around at less than five percent above today's prices.

Pressure is mounting for China to allow their currency to rise relative to the dollar. When this happens, an unpleasant consequence (to which US policymakers have given absolutely no thought) is likely to be another leg up in the commodity bull market. A stronger yuan makes commodities less expensive for the Chinese and it gives Beijing an even greater reason to invest their massive currency reserves in something other than depreciating greenbacks. With $2.4 trillion in its bank China can indulge in the greatest spending binge of all time. This is not mere speculation on our part: Chinese officials have already signaled their intension to stockpile more commodities. During the last period of yuan appreciation (that ended with the financial crisis), industrial commodity prices essentially doubled. We won't venture a guess as to how high they'll rise this time around, but we can say it will add to the inflationary pressures here, and perhaps significantly so. Of course, we're talking about the long-term here, not the next six months. Nonetheless, commodities are the building blocks of our modern lifestyle. If you think governments have a hard time controlling their spending, just wait until the world is forced to control its consumption. For a society built on wanting and consuming ever more stuff, the withdrawal symptoms could be as painful as what a heroin addict experiences in rehab. Don't shoot us; we're just the messengers. In the world of the future, the stocks that deliver the best performance may be quite different from those which were profitable ten years ago. Fortunately, we're already holding what are likely to be the new growth stocks for this environment. Gold stocks in particular are set to be the biggest beneficiaries.

If double-digit inflation is inevitable and the buying power of your dollars is about to evaporate, what should you do now? The obvious answer (not so easily executed) is to put your money in the things that are likely to go up in value. Some of them could be stocks of companies tied to the limited commodities that are vital to the rest of the world's expansion. Copper, iron, chromium, nickel, platinum, tin, uranium and all the commodities we've talked about that are necessary for industry and growth but limited in supply-these are the real world things you need to buy and hold on to. As demand increases and supply dwindles and inflation muscle in on the equation, you're going to see the prices of many commodities double, triple and then double again. Look what happened to commodity prices in general during the last period of runaway inflation:

It's already begun to happen again. Your key to big profits this time around is knowing which companies stand to gain the most. You may be thinking that, because $80-something a-barrel crude is down from last year's high, that inflation is not a threat. You may be tempted to think that because gold is down a bit from its recent high that the trend is down. But I'm sorry to say that you need to brace yourself for a patch of 70s-style heavy duty, acrossthe-board inflation! It's going to happen again, in spades! Only this time, it could be even worse because we are now in a time of convergence of multiple exponential curves: energy, food, water, population growth, mineral and energy depletion are ganging up to create the perfect storm. Look-when the price of sulphur, (a critical component of fertilizer) goes from $50 to $650 a ton in 13 months (that's an inflationary gain of 1,200%) you know something is up.

The good news is-it's not too late to jump on the commodities band wagon and not only protect the buying power of your nest egg, but grow it as well! Yes, crude oil is up more than 100% from its recent low, but if you accept that crude will be trading back at its 2008 high before very long, that represents a huge gain on your money!

If inflation is going to be as bad as we say, it should be a snap to make a ton of money simply by investing in commodities, right Wrong! If you care about risk and asset protection, as well as maximizing your gains, you almost certainly don't have the necessary time nor the resources for the research needed to identify the best of the best. Hitch your wagon to stocks that will benefit from inflation and you will undoubtedly make some money, but Leeb's Real World Investing can help you make even more money! Our team of seasoned experts and world-class analysts will tell you what to buy and exactly when to buy and sell so you compound your profits. Our Model Portfolio and emailed Action Alerts make it simple, and we stay on top of our recommendations so you don't have to watch them minute by minute. Our team ferrets out the opportunities that will benefit the most from inflation, often the ones that most people don't know about yet, the ones that the hedge funds are just starting to notice. Take my favorite junior gold stock for example. We believe that given the imminent inflation, everyone should own some gold. But, as a subscriber to Leeb's Real World Investing, you'd know all about a junior gold, a mining stock that should go up, even in the unlikely event the price of gold goes temporarily down. George Soros knows about it. Billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson has a $100 million stake in it. And soon you too can get in on my number one gold pick. Just be sure to get your hands on a FREE copy of my Special Report: Gold's Second Wind, the Coming of $2,000 an Ounce Gold!

We're firm believers in owning a portfolio mix of established gold mining companies along with promising, smaller outfits that offer the potential for outsized gains though organic reserve additions. For example, another of our recommendations: a Vancouver, BC-based company that's going to the far ends of the earth in search of minerals deposits. The company's primary focus is on the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold deposit in Mongolia's Gobi dessert one of the world's largest undeveloped copper and gold resources. The Oyu Tolgoi tend is actually a series of deposits that stretches for 20 kilometers (more than 12 miles). All told, the trend contains nearly 21 million ounces of gold (do the math, that's about $21 billion worth of gold) measured and indicated as well as nearly 40.7 billion pounds of copper.

We're big on diversification. Here's an example of a mid-tier gold producer that we recommended via a Trade Alert. You'll find all the details in your FREE special Report. This is a gold producer with operations centered in Africa. This is one you ought to know about too. The company's two world-class mines are yielding high-grade ore at very low operating costs. The company greatly increased its reserve estimates recently and further increases in those assets are likely to follow. This highly profitable company produced 260,000 ounces of gold in 2008 and is on its way to mining 400,000 ounces of gold in 2009 and half a million ounces in 2010. All in all, this African gold miner offers one of the best growth profiles in the gold sector. The stock is traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and here in the U.S. on the pink sheets. Those are just two examples of our Investment Portfolio recommendations. While not all of them are in the plus column...

Recent gains include 216% on a gold play we recommended in March of 2009 and 96% on another gold stock bought in June. Compare those gains with the applicable price of a gold index and you'll see what I mean when I say that you can do way better investing in our carefully selected commodity related equities. Here's just one more example of what I'm talking about:

(Complete details in your 2nd FREE Report) Oil has shot from $35 to close to $90 since January 2009. Yet the price of this other major energy source-which usually moves in tandem with oil-has actually fallen 50%. As a subscriber, you'd already know what I'm referring to. I hope you'll find out soon for yourself, because this huge, almost-obvious profit opportunity won't last much longer. As oil prices continue rising, due to continued strong demand in the developing world, this second energy commodity could switch to the catch-up fast track. After all, despite the U.S. recession, worldwide demand for energy has remained high-thanks to growth in the developing world, notably China. You'll find all the details on this surprising energy trade in your second FREE Special Report, A World Without Oil-How to Survive and Prosper in the Post Petroleum Era! In this brand new report you'll discover the very best commodity related investments to buy now-both large cap long-term investments, as well as potentially- explosive small caps and ETFs that represent the sweet spot of the fast approaching era of hyper-inflation. Both Special Reports are yours FREE as long as Membership remains open! But I advise you not to wait. We got letters last year from unhappy investors who were shut out!

When we closed the doors to new Members back on last year, our 2009 closed equity positions were up, on average, 30% with a 75% success rate. Here it is, so you can judge for yourself. No "cherry picking". This is the complete record of the trades we closed last year. Pretty good, but I caution you, none of these winning investments are in our Portfolio now. We've taken our profits and moved on to the next opportunities, of whichthere are many. Good news, we're now able to reopen the doors for a limited number of new Members. But don't wait, this is a limited window of opportunity! Because some of our most profitable picks are thinly traded issues, we've protected Members from creating artificial buying or selling pressure by strictly limiting the number of Members to Leeb's Real World Investing. If we allowed this advisory to become a mass-market vehicle, a buy orsell recommendation could easily influence a trading price, potentially creating an unfair advantage to anyone who might be on vacation or somehow miss an alert. The good news is that our Membership doors have just reopened and we're accepting a limited number of new Members. However, I need to caution you that the need to limit participation will slam shut the doors as soon as our quota is reached. So, I urge you to pick up the phone now and secure your spot. There's no telling when another opportunity will come along.

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Oil passed its production peak two or three years ago. Coal is still cheap, but wary of being "Gore-d'. Clean natural gas prices are starting to climb. Nuke power is coming back big time. Wind and solar are less reliable, but getting cheaper every year. And engineered geothermal systems hold immense promise (20 centuries of energy right underneath the US)! Yes, all these sound exciting, but none of these are the hottest needles in the energy haystack! In your FREE Report you'll discover he most profitable stocks and commodities of today include:

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Over the next ten years, you'll need an investment portfolio that will do well during the coming wave of inflation while at the same time insuring yourself against possible bouts of deflation (and war or economic collapse). By far your best hedge is gold. It's more steady than oil, and in fact, is such a matchless store of value in tough times that Roosevelt felt it necessary to confiscate it to keep people from protecting themselves. Right now, gold is cheap. Over the past forty years or so, the ratio between gold and oil has been about 18 to 1. At this writing, that ratio is well under 14 to 1. But we expect gold to reach at least $5,000 within a decade. Often, gold will even overshoot that historical average if inflation is high enough. Thus, gold could easily trade at 30 times the price of oil. That means with oil at $200, gold could reach $6,000. In Gold's Second Wind, The Coming of $2,000-an-Ounce Gold! you will find direct pipelines into fast profits in other precious metals as well. For instance: The world's only pure silver company. It scrounges by-product silver from other mines at fixed prices, then sells it at gouging, opportunistic prices. These two FREE reports will help get you up to speed and help you understand what Leeb's Real World Investing is about. And to tempt you even more, if you act while Membership is still available, you will...

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He worked for himself from 2000 to 2006 and operated his own company named First Liberty Financial Services. First Liberty provided its customers Pacific NW Housing Solutions with retail insurance and financial services. Bart started buying and selling real estate through Pacific NW Housing Solutions in 2005 and continues to do so to this current date. Bart gathered many awards for education, excellence, and marketing goals though his 37 years in the financial services and real estate fields. Bart Bertholic with Pacific NW Housing Solutions says -- Francis Bart Bertholic, Francis Bart Bertholic Jr., Francis Bertholic with Pacific NW Housing Solutions says -- Manta MySpace Bart Bertholic Twitter Bertholic Scribd Livestrong The Federal Observer

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