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How $300+ Trillion in Global Currency That Will Soon Be Chasing $10 Trillion Precious Metals Market

In this March 30th, Gold nugget, Bill Murphy notes the next stage of the gold bull market could come to pass in the blink of the eye, as the investment bank sellers are underwater... 2.05 - Silver could explode above $24 at any moment amid the banking crisis. 3.02 - The duo propose that the "silver-cartel" including a key silver manipulating investment-bank, with over $45 Trillion of derivative exposure, may enter bankruptcy - this fact alone could send silver to double digits. 4.00 - Just as the BOE sold HALF the nation's gold 1999-2002, just before nearly 10x'ing in value,…

Gold Is Having a Global Centre-Stage Moment at Dollar’s Expense

Central banks are back to stocking up on gold, and that could propel it to even $2,100 an ounce. Image Credit: WAM For anyone born, or even resident in the UAE, 1971 has a special meaning. Commemorated as the foundation of the United Arab Emirates’, under an initiative led by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, 1971 was also a pivotal year for global culture, technology, and economics. John Lennon released ‘Imagine’, Switzerland gave women voting rights in state elections, Intel released the world’s first microprocessor, Starbucks opened its first coffee shop and a new stock market index…

The Case for a Strategic Allocation to Gold

What makes gold a strategic asset? Gold has a key role as a strategic long term investment and as a mainstay allocation in a well-diversified portfolio. Investors have been able to recognise much of gold’s value over time by maintaining a long-term allocation and taking advantage of its safe-haven status during periods of economic uncertainty. Gold is a highly liquid asset, which is no one’s liability, carries no credit risk, and is scarce, historically preserving its value over time. It also benefits from diverse sources of demand: as an investment, a reserve asset, jewellery, and a technology component. These attributes…

The Fed Knew All Along

2023.03.30 Should we leave the creation of new money in the hands of bankers or place its creation solely with our government? “The financial system used by all national economies worldwide is actually founded upon debt. To be direct and precise, modern money is created in parallel with debt… The creation and supply of money is now left almost entirely to banks and other lending institutions. Most people imagine that if they borrow from a bank, they are borrowing other people’s money. In fact, when banks and building societies make any loan, they create new money. Money loaned by a…

When Will The Dollar Be Dethroned? Whose Fault Is It?, Dr. Ron Paul: Video

By The Ron Paul Liberty Report Reserve currencies come and go. They usually go because the nation that issues the reserve currency abuses the situation. Delusions of world domination, endless wars and endless welfare are embraced. These terrible ideas are then financed by money that’s created out of thin air. This can go on for awhile, and it usually does, but only until the rest of the world refuses to go along anymore. The U.S. fell into the empire trap a century ago, and the world is starting to say: “That’s enough.” Sourced from Become a Patron!Or support us…

It’s Not Inflation. It’s Depreciation

By Michael Boldin The founders and old revolutionaries used the word “depreciation” to describe what we call “inflation” today. Their way is much better – because when people understand that money is worth less (or worthless), it’s much easier for them to understand the cause of the problem in the first place. SHOW LINKS: The Ultimate Plan B Guide (Free Report) [embedded content] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Podbean | Google | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Platforms Here MORE VIDEO SOURCES FOLLOW and SUPPORT TAC: Become a Member: Newsletter:…

US-China Decoupling Will Force Europe To Choose Sides Sooner Rather Than Later

By Bas van Geffen of RabobankFinancial markets finally enjoyed a somewhat quiet week again, with no further banks collapsing and market stress receding. Borrowing from the Fed’s discount window stood at ‘just’ $88 billion on 29 March, down from $110 billion a week ago.So, thus far, the ECB’s base case that the market turmoil would prove to be fleeting and would not affect Eurozone banks, seems to be unfolding, paving the way for further rate hikes. Indeed, arguably, the banking stress aided central banks to some extent: it raised risk premia and, hence, banks’ cost of funding, which may have…

Once the Dollar Loses Reserve Currency Status – There’s NO GOING BACK

[embedded content]Mike Maloney is not your typical economist or financial analyst. As a monetary historian, he has been studying the evolution of currency and financial systems for well over two decades.And his research has led him to believe that we’ll soon see a reset of our monetary system and a financial catastrophe, the likes of which the world has never seen. As Maloney has repeatedly warned, this is going to be devastating for most people…"There's just too much energy built up in this [monetary] system that has to release. It has to come crashing down somehow. When that happens, there's…

Goldman’s Former Chief Economist Calls for Brics to Challenge USD Dominance as China Leads the Way

Get all the essential market news and expert opinion in one place with our daily newsletter. Get comprehensive recaps of the day’s top news stories straight to your inbox. Sign up here! (Kitko News) Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O’Neill is calling for the BRICS bloc to expand and challenge the dominance of the US dollar. China’s recent actions with the yuan are already doing just that. O’Neill said that the dominance of the dollar destabilizes the monetary policies of other countries, which is why the bloc made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa should counter…

Schwab Eyes Worst Month Since 1987 as Cash Shifts to Money Funds

(Bloomberg) — Charles Schwab Corp. is on pace for its worst month in more than 35 years, sparking a debate among analysts as to whether the brokerage giant has been unfairly punished by investors amid growing fears about the US banking sector.Most Read from BloombergShares of the firm have plunged 34% in March, set to be their biggest drop since October 1987, the month when the biggest single-day stock market crash, dubbed Black Monday, occurred. The rout has wiped out $47 billion in market value from Schwab, roughly equivalent to the size of Truist Financial Corp.“There are times in markets…

‘Most U.S. Banks Are Technically Near Insolvency, & Hundreds Are Already Fully Insolvent,’ Roubini

“ Duration risk hammered Silicon Valley Bank and seems to have been lost on many bankers, fixed-income investors and bank regulators. ” In January 2022, when yields on U.S. 10-year Treasury bonds TMUBMUSD10Y, 3.496% were still roughly 1% and those on German Bunds were -0.5%, I warned that inflation would be bad for both stocks and bonds. Higher inflation would lead to higher bond yields, which in turn would hurt stocks as the discount factor for dividends rose. But, at the same time, higher yields on “safe” bonds would imply a fall in their price, too, owing to the inverse relationship between yields and bond…

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