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Looking Back & Looking Forward: The Wolf’s At The Door
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Dec 28, 2020 | Articles 1909

Egon von Greyerz, Ronnie Stoeferle and Grant Williams discuss debt, inflation, “re-sets,” Bitcoin and thoughts on 2021. Looking forward, each share insights on: continued wealth disparity, the disconnect between rising markets and tanking economic conditions, vaccine hopes, capitalism’s “death” at the hands of central-bank-driven distortions, rate moves, market direction and, of course, the undeniable role of gold.

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The Invisible but Very Real Tax of the Money Printing Press
Published by Philippe Herlin | Dec 23, 2020 | Articles 17375

Gold, for its part, has an unrivalled track record in this category, it is simply number one. This is the best way to "flee" from money without going to an asset in a bubble situation, and thus risking collapse. It remains by far the best way to preserve the purchasing power of capital in the long term, and to escape the "invisible tax" that weighs on all savers.

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Gold vs Bitcoin & Death Of Money
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Dec 16, 2020 | Articles 13714

The reasons for recommending gold as the ultimate form of wealth preservation cannot be fulfilled by Bitcoin. I have stated many times that BTC could be a spectacular investment and go to $1 million as for example Raoul Pal (RealVision) advocates. On the other hand, in my view, BTC could go to zero if central banks ban it as they introduce their own digital currencies. Since BTC is not backed by any asset or any central bank it would be worthless if it was banned.

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Gold: Fire Insurance For Currencies Already Burning To The Ground
Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Dec 13, 2020 | Articles 6292

In the current paradigm shift, gold will rise not because gold only rises in inflationary periods (after all, gold recently hit new highs in an openly deflationary global setting). Instead, gold will rise simply because currency purchasing power will tank (and is already tanking) as inflationism progresses from a slow trot, to a cantor and then to a full gallop.

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