Palisades Gold Radio: The Global Currency System that Really Matters (w/ Jeff Snider)


Palisades Gold Radio
Sep 30, 2021

Tom welcomes an extremely thought provoking guest Jeff Snider to the show. Jeff flips the lid on the global shadow money system and shows us all the mechanisms and leavers that lie in the shadows.

Inflation is understandably an emotional topic and often a difficult conversation to have. Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon. It’s usually a significant increase in prices across a broad swath of the economy. In order to see sustained price increases, you need to have too much money chasing too few goods.

Bank reserves are not money they are a unit of account used in the banking system. Therefore the Fed isn’t flooding the world with money. The balance sheet of the Fed is a reaction to something else happening behind the scenes. Reserves are not the same as printing dollars.

What we have seen in the CPI and PPI figures recently seems exclusive to the United States. We see these humps in these flawed measures which clearly line up with the reopening of the economy. We also see a response from the large drops of helicopter money but these conditions tend to be temporary.

Part of the Fed’s objective is to promote expectation policy. Some of their plans are intentionally designed to register an emotional response. Something is not right with what we are being told. They don’t actually print money, that’s why the dollar and inflation don’t get out of control.

If you believe the Fed is printing money then you will act on that information. That is the point. This is called expectation policy.

Jeff points out that the Eurodollar system plays a key role in the global reserve currency system. The Euro is a virtual reserve-less currency standard that is global.

Jeff explains why Evergrande is not a Lehman moment because it’s an intentional event created by China. China is attempting to transition to a more socialist state via a system of managed economic contraction.

Crypto prices today are way out of whack with the rest of the economy and the idea of ledger money is not a new phenomenon. Since a tidal wave of inflation is not coming the shift in the narrative will cause problems for crypto.

Central bankers no longer understand money or what is going on with the system. They only look at various metrics to judge if their policies are working.


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