looks like a pre monetary reset meeting to me pic.twitter.com/cBejMVNndk— Fabrice Drouin Ristori (@FabriceDrouin) April 13, 2020
The guardians of the printing press will now try to save the economy (read their monetary power) with a gold revaluation (overnight or very fast) that will ruin the purchasing power of most people on this planet. Saving the system not your finances.— Fabrice Drouin Ristori (@FabriceDrouin) April 13, 2020
Meanwhile in India...gold bonds https://t.co/auZt5Gm7L8— Fabrice Drouin Ristori (@FabriceDrouin) April 14, 2020
'If we regard gold as the continuing true measure of monetary stability, it suggests that stock markets’ gains in the almost 50 years since are almost entirely due to "money illusion," or the erosion of the dollar’s buying power.' https://t.co/6tRvrhDnw8 by @johnauthers pic.twitter.com/sm6OuPrOE3— Jesse Felder (@jessefelder) April 15, 2020
Devaluation of major fiat currencies versus gold since 1900. The dollar devalued by 98.4% to gold. pic.twitter.com/7yT1WZKH9T— Jan Nieuwenhuijs (@JanGold_) April 15, 2020
More gold bonds in Turkey this time. Though interest are paid in fiat, not in gold oz https://t.co/B6oWfSOCe6— Fabrice Drouin Ristori (@FabriceDrouin) April 15, 2020
Who would have thought.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) April 17, 2020
The Fed’s balance sheet increased faster than stocks since the March lows.
$75B per trading day.
Meanwhile, precious metals stocks are up 41%.
Got gold? pic.twitter.com/eFQbTSy4IV
When you think about it the monetary domain is probably the worst sector in terms of improvement in the last century.— Fabrice Drouin Ristori (@FabriceDrouin) April 19, 2020
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