Goud binnenkort flink omhoog?

Ik heb weer een interessant artikel gevonden, deze keer over een flinke waardestijging van goud: Silver, the Canary in the Gold Mine, By: Darryl Robert Schoon

Darryl Robert Schoon legt in dit artikel uit waarom goud binnenkort net zo hard gaat stijgen als zilver, en dat het feitelijk een gevolg is van iets heel fundamenteels wat in 1971 gebeurd is:

“On August 15, 1971 President Nixon announced that the US would no longer convert US dollars to gold. For the first time in history, money was no longer gold or silver or convertible to either.”

Sindsdien is de inflatie regelmatig hoger dan 10% geweest in de VS en is de schuldenlast hoger en hoger geworden.

“The collapse of paper money will make the 2008 collapse of financial markets seem like the prelude it is. Capitalism, i.e. economies based on the substitution of debt-based capital for gold, is possible only when capital, i.e. paper money issued by a central bank, is itself tied to the precious metal. In 1971, that changed.

It was the removal of gold from capitalism’s monetary foundation that sent capitalism’s endgame into motion. Thirty years later, it is reaching its destined end. What will also end is the vast inequities the system encouraged and abetted.”

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