Tuesday , 28 January 2020


Currencies

Noonan: “When Will Gold & Silver Rally? NOT In 2015! Here’s Why”

It does not makes sense to expect any major shake-up that would affect the pricing of gold and silver in a major way until at least January 2016 at which time the IMF is scheduled to meet to discuss the possible inclusion of the Chinese RMB in the basket of fiat currencies that make up the constituents of the U.S. Dollar Index. Let me explain why that is the case.

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Which Is the World’s “Safest” Major Currency?

The term ‘safe' fiat currency is as intellectually disingenuous as terms like ‘fair' tax or government 'innovation’ but, as we’ve been exploring recently why modern central banking is completely dysfunctional, it does beg the question– is any currency ‘safe’? Let’s look at the numbers for some data-driven analysis.

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Skyrocketing U.S. Dollar Is a VERY Bad Sign For Global Economy – Here’s Why

Yes, someday the U.S. dollar will essentially be toilet paper but that is not in our immediate future. What is in our immediate future is a “flight to safety” that will push the surging U.S. dollar even higher - and when the U.S. dollar soars the global economy tends to experience a contraction so the fact that the U.S. dollar has been skyrocketing lately is a very, very bad sign.

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Demise of U.S. Dollar Quickening Due To These Events (+4K Views)

The Great Quickening has commenced in an alarming fashion. In just the last 3 weeks, 10 significant events have taken place suggesting that 2015 will go down in history as extremely messy, extremely chaotic, and extremely important in the demise of the U.S. dollar. This article identifies each of the 10 events and their enormous implications and fallout.

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The U.S. Dollar Is Surging In Value – Why?

The U.S. dollar surged in value by 11% in 2014, appreciating against all main currencies in the world in 2014 including gold. The infographic below attempts to answer the obvious question, "What is behind this surge in value for the dollar?"

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