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Originally posted by galdur
reply to post by MischeviousElf
Well, they keep piling into bonds. Yield is down to 1.93%, price is at a 100-year high I think.
The dollar seems quite perky at the moment.
The demand for cash is very high.
As for metals and commodities, why would you accumulate them when the price of money (debt) is going up? It doesn´t seem to make much sense.
Originally posted by SuperTripps
my thoughts are gold to 5000 an oz, then double to 10z in the parabolic state
25k is possible
Originally posted by benrl
reply to post by yourmamaknows
Gold will be the next bubble to burst, don't put so much faith in it, its price is going up on fear, no actual reason.
As you can see, a very significant portion of the world's wealth was routinely held in gold throughout the twentieth century; that is, until the currency encountered wholesale cultural abandonment in favor of the almighty dollar and its worldwide fiat counterparts, and the global economy embraced obscene degrees of fiat-based leverage that we now know set the stage for our ongoing financial crisis.
Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by galdur
Goldman Sach runs the US government and the Federal Reserve, I posted on another thread of how many Goldman Alumni are in positions of power in the government and this is been happening for a long time regardless of who is the president.