Friday , 20 April 2018


Tag Archives: fiat currencies

James Turk: Why Gold is Preferred to National Currencies

Some say that the gold price rises and falls, but they are grabbing the wrong end of the stick. It is the purchasing power of national currencies that rise and fall. Here is an analogy to make this point clear. When standing in a boat and looking at the shore, it is the boat (currencies) – and not the land (gold) – that is bobbing up and down. [Let me explain the value of gold further.] Words: 631

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The Gold Market: What Can We Expect In the Months Ahead?

We are at an interesting and perhaps critical juncture with respect to the direction of the gold price as it approaches a key support level. There are many mixed signals out there and the market seems to be vacillating, frustrating both bulls and the bears. Let us look at both cases in order to try to understand what the gold market may have in store for us during the coming weeks and months.

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Noonan: The U.S. Dollar’s Demise Was Orchestrated By the Fed – Here’s How

Ever since 1933 the Federal Reserve, implementing the proven Rothschild formula, has been slowly orchestrating the demise of the U.S. dollar from a gold and silver backed currency into, in reality, a worthless piece of paper today and also now controls the price of gold and silver. Let me explain how this all came about - how Americans were duped - and what this really means.

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Egon von Greyerz: Gold & Silver Off to the Races – to $4,500+ & $100+ Each – Here’s Why

The closing of the gold window back in August 1971 has led governments worldwide to create endless amounts of worthless paper money and the resulting credit bubble has created a world debt exposure of over US$ 1 quadrillion (including derivatives). It has also created perceived wealth for big parts of the world's population - a wealth which is only backed by promises to pay and by grossly inflated assets. Few people realise that this wealth is totally illusory and will implode considerably faster than the time it took to create it. [Let me explain.] Words: 890

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