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No Going Back to "Normal"
Author Matthew Piepenburg | Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Nov 20, 2020 | Articles 1400

Egon discusses the signals emanating from the gold and silver markets throughout this COVID arc, which has seen a continued and steady tailwind for precious metals in the backdrop of the entirely abnormal yet ongoing currency devaluation policies of the major central banks. Despite expected pullbacks in price action, the clear trend is positive for precious metals, which sophisticated investors hold primarily for wealth preservation purposes.

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The Madness of Crowds, the Sanity of Gold
Author Matthew Piepenburg | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Nov 12, 2020 | Articles 2456

In short, global currencies are among the first dominos to fall in an artificial global economy sustained by grotesque levels of debt paid for by equally grotesque levels of fiat money creation. Inevitably, economies and markets fall in succession with their currencies. The historical cure for such currency madness is a gold, which far from being a “barbarous relic” of the past, is a timeless solution for the future.

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Liftoff & Collapse
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Oct 28, 2020 | Articles 10177

The world will experience a LIFTOFF in markets of gigantic proportions. This will be the grand finale of this financial era. It will involve inflationary liquidity injections of proportions never seen before in history and lead to a massive explosion in many asset markets. Most investment assets will benefit as the disconnect between markets and reality grows to distortionary proportions.

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Money Is Gold, and Nothing Else!
Author Jim Rickards | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Oct 20, 2020 | Articles 1685

Morgan’s observation that “Money is gold, and nothing else,” was right in two respects. The first and most obvious is that gold is a form of money. The second and more subtle point, revealed in the phrase, “and nothing else,” was that other instruments purporting to be money were really forms of credit unless they were redeemable into physical gold.

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