Lynette Zang: Stocks, Repos, and Overnight Reset (w/ Eric Griffin)

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Streamed live on Oct 20, 2021

Question 1: 0:48
Could you please explain reverse repo & cross border liquidity?

Question 2: 7:35
Can you walk us through what the “overnight” reset would look like, and how we will recognize it when it occurs? Assuming this is a sudden event. What would happen the next morning?

Question 3: 12:19
Almost always, the price for precious metals tend to go down along with the price of stocks. When would you suggest purchasing more gold and silver? Should we wait until we think that the bottom is near for the falling stock market, or buy now before any market implosion?

Question 4: 18:01
Let’s assume that my local bank uses the bail-in laws and takes any funds that are in my account. Does that mean the bank is insolvent and will enter into bankruptcy and close its doors?

Question 5: 19:08
You have talked about mortgages during a reset or hyperinflation, but I am still unclear about this.  Do you say that we need to have the funds to pay off the mortgage immediately because:
A) you feel that the economy will be one of stagflation where one may become unemployed and thus unable to pay off
or
B) because you feel that the government will rewrite the loans to be denominated in the new currency?

Question 6: 25:05
What is likely to happen to small local credit unions in a reset?

Question 7: 25:40
Would you keep your money in a too big to fail institution or a local credit bank/union?

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