Saturday , 17 February 2018


Banking

‘Money, Money, it’s a Rich Man’s World’ – An Amusing Look At Central Bankers

Dear reader, I was afforded a most extraordinary experience recently that has given me unique insight into our global financial and political systems. I intend to share my experience with you. However, I caution you, that the information I gleaned from this experience will be disturbing. What you are about to read will forever change your view of banking, politics, economics and money. Read on, if you dare.

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Stash Some Cash In a Foreign Bank! Here’s Why, Where and How

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Where abroad? In Scandinavia. Why? To seek refuge from currencies like EUR, USD, CHF, and GBP and diversify your political risk and secure your savings. How? Read on. This article explains why countries and specific banks in Scandinavia deserve your consideration as safe and reliable places to stash some cash abroad.

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Details of U.S. Gold Reserves Policy (and links to those of 7 other countries)

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The U.S. gold reserves create intrigue and controversy due to their claimed size, and also because the U.S. gold stocks have never been physically audited and verified by a entity independent of the U.S. Government. [This article highlights what little is known about the U.S. Government's policy and provides links to articles on the policies of Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Russia & Austria.

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New Shariah Gold Standard Now Gives 1.6 Billion Muslims Greater Access to the Gold Market

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There has been a need for clarification for how gold bullion can be used for investment purposes by Muslims for a long time and this uncertainty has kept Shariah-compliant offerings at a minimum, and many investors restricted by the type of gold bullion transactions they are able to partake in, with most focused on jewellery and coin offerings. The introduction of the Shariah Gold Standard now gives as many as 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, 25 per cent of the population, far greater access to the gold market than they have had since the birth of modern finance.

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