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Is Credit Deflation Bad For Gold Prices?

Its a common view in financial markets that credit deflation is bad for gold prices, as gold nowadays is regarded as an asset to be sold in the scramble for cash when people are forced to pay their debts. Distressed speculators will come under pressure to sell gold, but this argument ignores the certainty that during a credit deflation government-issued currencies always weaken against gold.

The World Will Panic Into Gold And The Price Will Go Parabolic

When a monetary system finally fails, there will be a flight to the only money that’s left in the system and that will be gold. That will be the hour in which the next great surge in the gold price occurs. You can’t predict the exact moment, but you can certainly have a pretty confident view of the direction (parabolic).

The Rise of the Petroyuan and the Slow Erosion of Dollar Hegemony

For the last 40 years, a pillar of dollar primacy has been the greenback’s dominant role in international energy markets. Today, China is leveraging its rise as an economic power & as the most important incremental market for hydrocarbon exporters in the Persian Gulf & the former Soviet Union to circumscribe dollar dominance in global energy.

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