Tag Archives: money supply

How Do You Value Gold | What Price Could Gold Reach?

How Do You Value Gold | What Price Could Gold Reach?

We received a question from a reader “What will the future resale value of gold be?” Or rather what they were really getting at, what price will gold likely reach in the future? How do you value gold? They accepted we did not have a crystal ball – although that would be handy! They were […]

How Gold Could Go Up 650% from Here

How Gold Could Go Up 650% from Here

Two weeks ago we featured a video which looked at the price gold would need to be in order to balance out the US Debt. See: Gold Backing to Debt Ratio: A Reset Like in 1934 and 1980 Would Mean $21,000 Gold This article below looks at how to value gold from a different angle. This […]

A Short History of International Currencies: Part 2

This fabulous history of currencies was written by our very own “secret” investment advisor. Who graciously allowed us to reprint it here for you. (If you missed Part 1, then check that out first here: A Short History of International Currencies: Part 1 )     A Short History of International Currencies: Part 2 Honest Money Returns […]

A Short History of International Currencies: Part 1

This fabulous history of currencies was written by our very own “secret” investment advisor. Who has graciously allowed us to reprint it here for you. You’ll learn about the multitude of empires that have come and gone and how their money was crucial in their rise and fall. As he says if you like history […]

When the Money Supply Dries Up

Countries fall from grace with remarkable speed. Here’s some historical examples to show just how quickly it can happen and why the USA will eventually lose its current advantage as sole global reserve currency… When the Money Supply Dries Up By Jeff Thomas In 1944, the US had been the primary supplier for arms for […]

How Much Physical Paper Money is in Circulation in NZ vs Total Bank Deposits?

PAPER MONEY IN CIRCULATION IN NZ

Bank runs might seem like a far fetched possibility, both in the USA and here in New Zealand. But the below article shows just how little physical paper currency there is available in the USA compared to the total dollars in US cheque and savings accounts. It inspired us to have bit of a dig around […]

Central Planners Are In A State of Panic – Japan’s black swan flaps its wings

- Japan’s black swan flaps its wings

You’ve no doubt heard the Bank of Japan announcement last week. If not, it was that they would increase their purchases of Japanese government bonds to 80 trillion yen (up from 60 – 70 trillion) and triple their purchases of stock funds to 3 trillion yen annually. This excellent article from Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity (who […]

INFLATION: HIGHER AND HIGHER WE GO

Darryl Schoon is back with a follow on from last weeks SMART MONEY, DUMB MONEY & YOUR MONEY. This week looking at inflation, including how inflation figures are “massaged”, and how food and fuel prices head up first. While we may currently be shielded from some of the price rises here in New Zealand by […]

THE REAL PURPOSE OF QE

Darryl Schoon gives his take on what the Fed has really been aiming for in its money printing programme. It’s not unemployment or financial stability or even inflation targeting. He also looks at where things might be heading and there’s a couple of shortish videos towards the end that are worth a look too, particularly […]

Listening to the Canary

Here’s an interesting look at how the world has been desensitised to money printing and so now expects everything to just continue as it has done so far. However, you’ll see the problems the central planners still have to face and overcome, and it offers an opportunity to see what the consequences of economic mismanagement can […]

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