Politics

The Next Gold Rush Is Here
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Dec 2, 2020 | Articles 967

Your best friend and protector in this ignominious company of bubble assets and falling currencies are precious metals in the form of physical gold and silver. But please ignore PAPER gold and silver (including ETFs) which one day will be worthless. On the opposite side of the collapsing dollar stands gold which is about to start an accelerated rise.

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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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Will Germany Repatriate its Gold From New York If Trump Wins the Election?
Published by Jan Nieuwenhuijs | Oct 25, 2020 | Articles 5546

Gold is a political metal. “Whoever has the gold makes the rules,” as the saying goes. Because gold serves as the backstop of the international financial system, the global distribution of gold influences the balance of power. This is true for gold ownership, but it also applies to storage locations. The more of its gold reserves Germany stores at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the more leverage the U.S. has over Germany.

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