A Global Gold Standard
Jan Nieuwenhuijs is a precious metals analyst for Voima Gold in Finland. Nieuwenhuijs is mostly specialised in gold, covering topics such as the Chinese gold market, the global physical gold market, derivative markets, central banks gold policy, and the international monetary system.
The price of gold tends to go down when there’s deflation
Governments can not allow deflation because we have so much debt
Gold is correlated with the interest rates in the U.S
The more negative the interest rates are, the higher the price of gold
Fait currency, federal reserve based on debt
What would a reset in the economy look like?
When you print a lot of money you create more inequality
Covid is a catalyst of an economic reset
Why central banks want inflation
If were ere to back all dollars in circulation with gold, you would need a very high gold price
If the price of gold goes up, there would be less weight backing the dollar
What a one world currency would do to the current debt
Why the IMF sort of lost its function after 1973
If there’s a world digital currency, everyone looses their sovereignty
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Jan Nieuwenhuijs and his insights into gold, the gold standard and World Wide currencies, July 29, 2020
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