Q&A With Lynette Zang and Eric Griffin 1/30/2018
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Viewer Submitted Questions:
Question 1. Frank: “All gold does is it preserves your purchasing power. But, if gold is $5,000, then oil is probably $400, and everything is double or triple, you’re not really ahead of the game,” Rickards said. I don’t really understand that. If you maintain your purchasing power – and many if not most people have seen their purchasing power diminish appreciably – wouldn’t you be “ahead of the game”?
Question 2. Brad J: I own numismatics but have a hard time comprehending how they will pay off. You have mentioned that the one percenters are buying them also and paying upwards of a million dollars for one. How will this help them? Who will they sell to and what would they get for it under a new system?n
Question 3. Abdullah: For a middle class family with average income of $100,000 to $120,000 per annum, how much gold and silver should one own before this finance reset takes place? I want to know when to stop stacking and diversify into another asset.
Question 4. Dean H: For those of us not going all the way in, but 5 to 10 percent in, when and how would we phase back into the system?
Question 5. Cameron M: on the US Debt Clock that Silver and Gold are priced at $740 and $5700 or so and the paper to physical is oversold at a rate of 180 and 80 to one respectively…..so is this going to explode or what…in technical terms that is!
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