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Gold is Good as an Inflation Hedge, but Better as a Crisis Hedge

Whether there is hyperinflation or a banking collapse, Gold has historically been the asset to own in times of turmoil. Given its intrinsic value and safe-haven status, there is no doubt that Gold will remain a wealth preservation tool during financial crises. Crises do not come along often, but when they do, it is better to be safe than sorry. Gold is the perfect crisis insurance.

The Fed should Buy Huge Quantities of Gold & get Ahead of the Game

The easiest way for the Fed to create inflation is to buy gold, huge quantities of gold at a higher price so it can get ahead of the game. The Federal Reserve should do this before the gold market is changed for good. China is going to play a big role in the next chapter for gold. Step by step they are taking over the gold market … without a whistle.

Decline of the US Dollar – The Consequences

We cannot blame China and India, or Russia if they wish to protect themselves from western systemic risk by shifting their trade settlements away from the dollar. It is becoming clear to Asian leaders at least that the dollar’s reserve status is an anachronism of the past & cannot last, a simple deduction that raises important questions not addressed for over a century.

Gold Miners And Regulators Deathly Silent after Gold Price Attack

I find it laughable that something like the recent attack on the gold price could happen & the World Gold Council had nothing to say about it! There don’t seem to be major investigations into these gold price raids. The mining industry is worthless, not so much because of the attack, but because its own shareholders and executives are content to die quietly.

Is Greece About To "Lose" Its Gold Again?

What everyone appears to be forgetting is a nuanced clause buried deep in the term sheet of the second Greek bailout: a bailout whose terms will be ultimately reneged upon if & when Greece defaults on its debt. Greece’s lenders will have the right to seize the gold reserves in the Bank of Greece under the terms of the new deal.

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