Lynette Zang: Stocks, Gold Revaluation, and Mortgages (w/ Eric Griffin)


Streamed live Dec 8, 2021

Question 1: 3:15
If I own gold now and it’s revalued to say on the low end $10,000 an ounce. How do they do that? Also how does silver fit in to this during a gold revaluation? Do they revalue the silver as well or does it just rise in value on its own? 

Question 2: 6:16
From your YouTube post of 12/2/21 I noticed what appeared to be a gap between the start of hyperinflation and the significant rise in the price of 1 ounce of gold, 5-9 years.  What is your advice for holding on to a mortgaged residence if the mortgage is repriced a year or so after the start of hyperinflation? It doesn’t appear as though gold /silver will increase quickly enough to allow you to pay off the mortgage before a restructure? 

Question 3: 12:30
With the increase in gold and silver prices we all anticipate, why wouldn’t it make sense to buy mining stocks as well as physical metals themselves? It would seem that just about any mining company would survive or even be bought out by larger mining companies as the middle would be extremely valuable. 

Question 4: 15:14
I have been hearing lately about I Savings Bonds that provide income tied to the inflation rate.  While I know precious metals are the way to go, as part of diversifying my portfolio It seems having money in these saving bonds will maintain the value no matter how high inflation rate go. 

Question 5: 16:33
If the currency resets 1000 to 1 overnight, nobody could afford to be consumers and so most retail businesses will fail all at once.  Am I thinking about the reset the right way?  Wouldn’t that be chaotic and devastating to everyone’s quality of life? 

Question 6: 20:02
Please ask Lynette the factors to consider when buying a bug out house?

Question 7: 21:34
If I buy a house with a fixed interest rate and then the hyperinflation follows, does that mean my debt will diminish throughout the hyperinflation?


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