Lynette Zang: Gold Ratio and Pre-Reset (w/ Eric Griffin)


Streamed live on Dec 1, 2021

Question 1: 1:13
Say I have food, water, shelter, precious metals, security etc… and I’m now ‘Lynette ready’ and then boom, there’s the reset! From what I understand, I wait for the price of gold to shoot up, and I sell 50% of my physical gold to buy, now cheap, assets like say, Tesla, that took a temporary stock price beating from the reset?

Question 2: 2:23
What if I just hold on to the gold instead, I guess it means that I’ll live relatively ‘comfortably’ throughout the reset but, in the end, I’ll be only slightly ahead from where I started before the reset? If so, why is that?  

Question 3: 4:04
After the reset, what happens to my (pre-reset) cash at home… is it still worth something? If not, in your opinion should I own more gold than disposable cash for that reason before the reset happens? 

Question 4: 5:13
Then when life returns to ‘normal’, the plan is to resume accumulating gold for the next financial cycle for the offsprings and their offsprings’ well-being? And am I missing anything? 

Question 5: 11:01
What will get money velocity moving to the point of hyperinflation? 

Question 6: 12:08
Can Lynette explain why she prefers coins over gold bars?

Question 7: 15:37
Is it a good idea to wait for silver ratio to get better and trade the silver for gold?

Question 8: 21:47
How do we know when Gold and silver is overvalued?


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