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The Significance Of The Coming Revaluation Of Gold

Whatever expedients are implemented, the final outcome of the unprecedented economic contraction in the world will have to be the revaluation of gold reserves, as desperate governments of the world resort to gold to preserve indispensable international trade. The revaluation of gold does not mean that prices of goods and services will rise in tandem with the higher price of gold.

The War On Cash: Why Now? What Does It Mean?

A war on cash means, governments are limiting the use of cash & a variety of official-mouthpiece economists are calling for the outright abolition of cash. Authorities are restricting the amount of cash that can be withdrawn from banks & limiting what can be purchased with cash. Who ultimately benefits by this war on cash? Government & central banks – pure and simple.

Three Catalysts for the Price of Gold

The 400% growth in base money engineered by the Federal Reserve since 2008 is not the only driver of higher gold prices. There are at least three other catalysts – extreme deflation, financial panic, and negative real interest rates. A brief look at all three scenarios will give us a more robust understanding of gold’s potential price performance.

Same Currency War, New Battle Phase

What is a currency war? They happen when there’s not enough growth in the world to go around for all the debt obligations. In other words, when growth is too low relative to debt burdens. They do this basically by cutting interest rates or intervening in markets. It is as an effort to cheapen the currency, get inflation & to display growth.

Capital Controls, Confiscation of Savings - What to Expect Further

The Capital Controls evidence is overwhelming and has already alarmed most investors; our greatest risk is not a bad investment but our political exposure. And yet most of these same investors do not see any need to stash bullion outside their home countries. They view international diversification as an extreme move.

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