Tuesday , 21 May 2024

Don’t Ignore the Risks & Don’t Ignore History; “Whoever holds the gold makes the rules” (+3K Views)

Sell your Tesla shares, Amazons , Facebooks and your government bonds and buy gold and then wait. The next 5-10 years will give us opportunities that only happen once every few hundred years and, due to the massive debt and asset bubbles we are in today, this time the bargains are likely to be greater than any time in history. Sadly, only a fraction of 1% of the investment population can see this opportunity but remember the Golden Rule: “Whoever holds the gold makes the rules.”

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Most investors will hold on to their bubble assets until they have declined by 85-100%. They will again believe that central banks will save them but this time it will really be different although nobody will see that – until it is too late. The transfer of wealth in coming years will be of a magnitude that few can realise today. Most billionaires will disappear and not understand what has happened. They all thought it it was their own ability that created their wealth. They will soon become aware that their wealth was based on the central bank money printing bonanza that favoured a few and impoverished not just the poor but also the middle classes but, when bubbles burst, debts implode and so do asset values…


…The problem with looking at gold in just US dollars is that it doesn’t give the full picture. Gold must be measured in the home currency of the holder. Just look at the charts below.

Gold in Swiss francs has broken out and is in a clear uptrend to new highs and gold in Swedish kronor is near the 2012 highs.


Looking at gold in the weak South American economies, we can see the effect of collapsing currencies and the resulting hyperinflation.

The gold charts for Dollars, Euros, Pounds and Yen will look the same as the two charts above, in a few years time. Take my word for it. All these countries will have unlimited money printing and hyperinflation.

Don’t ignore the risks and don’t ignore history. Physical gold and silver will be your saviour.

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