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Rob Kirby: World is Extremely Flush with Money. Crack-Up Boom Here Now

  • Rob Kirby: World is Extremely Flush with Money. Crack-Up Boom Here Now
    by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
    Macroeconomic researcher Rod Kirby thinks the world is well on its way to much higher inflation. Kirby explains, “Some people say there is a dollar shortage in the world. I do not believe there is a dollar shortage. I think we are seeing evidence that there are too many dollars in the world, not too few. Look at real estate prices around the world. In Canada, they are at record levels. In America, they are at record levels. Real estate prices are at record levels in Britain. There are record levels in Australia. They are at record levels in China. This is not what you’d expect in an environment where there are too few dollars. We are seeing the equity markets rally day after day and make new all-time highs. These are not the kinds of things you see when there are too few dollars. In my view, this might be the thin edge of the wedge of a crack-up boom. Money is getting to the street because money is being taken out of dark pools on the dark side of the U.S. Treasury and is being injected into the market place as bonds are being sold off and redeemed. The world is flush with money, extremely flush with money.”


    So, is this the reason some of the biggest money managers and investors on the planet are talking about moving money into gold and silver? Kirby, who sources gold and silver by the ton for clients, says, “These people are very perceptive. . . . These people are aware that there are too many dollars chasing too few things, and they realize what they are witnessing around them can’t be happening unless money is being expanded, and money is being expanded around the world. As I say, I believe it’s coming out of the dark side of the U.S. Treasury. This can make things very unstable going forward. If you produce too much money, you run the risk of triggering a hyperinflation. If we do end up in a hyperinflationary event, the price of metals will soar. They will soar measured against anything else that goes up in value as well.”

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March 1, 2017 - Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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