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Question 1. Brian T: Trying to get the optimum balance of holding gold v silver puts my head in a spin... Bix Weir says "sell all your gold and buy silver"... Jim Sinclair says gold will go to ,000, while Bill Holter says it may go to 0,000+! Jim Willie et al say more like ,000? Everyone says silver will skyrocket, but price estimates vary from 0 to ,000, or possibly a lot more. What does your crystal ball say, please?

Question 2. Ian M: let's say we experience Weimar inflation and 1 oz. gold = 0 million. We know that wages won't keep up. So who exactly will be able to buy gold at 0 million?

Question 3. Dave: if there's a "reset" what stops the government from only paying out the face value of the silver or gold coin? If they reset why can't they reset the value to face value?

Question 4. Neil: Is it possible some countries will experience a deflationary depression while others experience a hyperinflationary depression?

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Comments

    • ITOUNI issam
    • February 24, 2019

    Hi, Special thanks from Morocco, I enjoyed your efforts and explanation, I have one question, is it possible when the crisis come to move our silver and Gold with us if we want to leave a country? I think that all government will block any precious metal movement and could take our metal. thanks in advance

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    • Jennifer Dugert
    • February 24, 2019

    Please Lynette I'm a sponge for knowledge! Thanks!

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    • stimulater7
    • February 24, 2019

    question …in a doomsday scenario …my silver gold precious metals ..how can I swap them for food …you cant eat silver ?

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    • Tigglies SirTigglebops
    • February 24, 2019

    So 20 mins later, no mention of ratio. Ease off the silver haze. thanks

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    • Swymco
    • February 24, 2019

    If they have to reset the US dollar after hyperinflation to the face value of the coins, it would probably be in the "strong" dollar; after they take five zeros off like Venezuela. $1 Strong Dollar Silver Eagle from $100,000 dollars. $50 Strong Dollar Gold Eagle would be $5mil.

    If I have no debts and my taxes are paid, I can't think of any reason I would want to hold any fiat during that time.

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    • Pierre
    • February 24, 2019

    Bitcoin ?

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    • Chris Buddecke
    • February 24, 2019
    • Elcrypto
    • February 24, 2019

    Silver is an industrial metal….it Wil be decades before that reality changes.
    Therefore price will stay low…for decades to come.
    I will stick with gold .
    I wish I would be wrong..but silver has many unique properties that make it an industrial metal

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    • Words Worth
    • February 24, 2019

    Did she ever do the piece on how we will be able to use/barter our gold and silver, if we buy it?

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    • SlovakiaGuy
    • February 24, 2019

    The problem is that if the system falls, if the dollar or other currencies fall, how would we calculate the value of gold and silver? At this moment we know the value, but when the currencies are gone, what value would it has?

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    • Saeid rock
    • February 24, 2019

    crypto currency is to de dollar arise the global market china iran russia are breaking away from us control us dollar. crypto currency plays a major rule here wen stock market crash occurs gold silver btc crypto currency go to new ara explodes please talk about this ur next segment

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    • Mystery Buyer
    • February 24, 2019

    The dollar looks bleaker by the day. I find it funny we trade linen notes that have no value in themselves but have a value in theory somehow.

    Also a 1 dollar bill and a 100 bill is basically the exact same thing.

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