Tag Archives: monetary collapse

What Use Will Silver Coins be in New Zealand in a Currency Collapse?

An excellent question in from reader Dave. “What use silver coins would be if a currency collapse were to occur in New Zealand?” He writes how he is looking at them as a form of savings just in case they could be used as cash to pay for everyday necessities: “I’m curious about coins. What […]

Why New Zealand Won’t Have Any Say in a Global Currency Reset

Why New Zealand Won’t Have Any Say in a Global Currency Reset

Lately we’ve discussed the possibility or maybe we should say the inevitability of a change in the global monetary system. Perhaps in the form of a currency reset. Here’s more on how that might play out. If the US Dollar Was Again Linked to Gold, How Would This Affect New Zealand? Does a Gold Revaluation […]

Why A Dollar Collapse Is Inevitable

Why A Dollar Collapse Is Inevitable

It’s a good idea to understand the history of the monetary system over the past 100 years or so. Why? Because what has happened before can give a pretty good indication of what may come to pass in the future. This article explains why another collapse is due for the dollar. It describes the errors […]

Societal Breakdown: Are Gold and Silver Coins Better Than Tradable Items Like Tools, Water and Wine?

Following on from our recent post: What is the Best Type of Gold to Buy For Trading in a Currency Collapse?, we have a new but related question. Why would you buy gold or silver coins over other potentially more useful or tradable everyday items? The full question was: “Considering the variety of things that […]

Some Reflexions on History and Economics

Here’s the latest from our favourite Billionaire Hugo Salinas Price. You may not agree with all his conservative “old school” values. But he is a student of history and we often learn something new from his writings. You are almost certain to learn something new in this piece on economic and monetary history…   Nicolas […]

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