Sunday , 22 September 2019


Economy

Currencies Come – and Go: A History (+3K Views)

History clearly shows that when it comes to currencies black swans do happen as the average lifespan of a currency is just 27 years. As such, investors should study currency history and, as part of a smart portfolio, they should protect their hard earned wealth and savings in a defensive fashion. The infographic below documents the history of currency in 10 different countries of significance.

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Unsustainable Debt-to-GDP Ratio Will Result in (Hyper)inflation (+2K Views)

Central banking makes it possible for the government to expand the money supply by any amount, at any time deemed necessary and once (hyper)inflation is publicly seen as being the lesser evil of all options available for the government meeting its debt service, it cannot be dismissed out of hand that (hyper)inflation would be the consequence of an unsustainable debt-to-GDP ratio.

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Monetary System Collapse Guaranteed – Here’s Why & How to Invest & Insure Your Wealth Accordingly (+2K Views)

Our monetary system is guaranteed to collapse. The central banks prints money like there is no tomorrow. The governments spends like a drunken sailor and yet inflation is benign and interest rates sit at generational lows. Banks are gaining in profitability while their bad debts are being erased by rising asset prices. What’s not to like? Plenty! This article goes into the details of the money creation process to understand how and why this is happening, what the future implications will be and how to best invest to protect oneself from these eventualities.

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Debt Default or Hyperinflation? Which Will It Be? (+3K Views)

The Fed, together with other central banks from around the world, have created the perfect crescendo of worldwide credit bubbles and asset bubbles leading to the excesses and decadence which are the normal finale to a secular trend. They have totally destroyed all major world currencies and left the world with debts that cannot and will not be repaid with normal money. As such, there are only two alternative outcomes, debt default or hyperinflation. Both will have disastrous consequences for the world economy.

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The History of Money – From Gold & Silver to Fiat Currencies (+2K Views)

Today’s monetary system, combined with fractional reserve banking, has a lot of risks. It is vulnerable to bank runs, inflation, and economic bubbles, to name just a few, yet those risks remain invisible to the majority of people. This article provides links to a video and an extended report that provide insights into the question as to why today's paper based money system is doomed to fail and how you can protect against such a collapse.

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