Entry Submitted by Vee at 3:55 PM EDT on May 20, 2021
"In regards to Ms. Stringer’s email, yes it is not surprising Silver and Gold especially were going down instead of up.
The price of Gold and Silver have been artificially suppressed by black hat Wall Street brokers, etc. for decades if not longer."
What is the price of previous metals pegged against on any trading platform ? The need and want- demand of it? Is that where the value derives from?
Or the value to that of a counties currency?
You know what the spot price is. And again that’s based on what… suppy and demand.
But the US debtclock says something all completely different ..it says it’s value is pegged to that of “this” counties currency…The Federal Reseve Note. In January 3rd of 2019 the silver value to the M2 FRN money supply was 599.oo a oz. around Jan 3rd 2020 it was 1100.oo and Ja .of 2021 was 4600+. See image.
The source is the Federal Reserve..so why is silver and gold still at the value of the trading platforms? The Fed says it’s worth 4600 a oz.
So really to buy any now is at a huge discount rate I’d say…via that of the FRN.. but after RV..then what. All of us-those stackers ( the little I got) what will be the new currency to oz value…huge markup ?
I wonder if because of going to a asset-backed monetary system if the PTB..will change the precious metals monetary value to grams..Oz or grams it doesn’t matter how minut the weight is..for the value will be so much per oz..1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 assuming that the 1oz. will be so huge to cover the amount of RV redemption-exchange liquidity for many years out..100? untill it is a thing of the past.
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