Palisades Gold Radio: How do we Get Gold to $14,000?


Palisades Gold Radio
Apr 6, 2022

Tom welcomes back Nick Barisheff, President and CEO of BMG, to the show. He points out that poking Russia was a bad idea and now we have to live with the results of the sanctions. Russia now wants Rubles or gold in exchange for all their commodity exports. This was an obvious retaliation.

Gold does best in stagflationary periods and we’re starting to see it now. Stocks, bonds, and real estate are all in historic bubbles and grossly overvalued. We’re well past due for a major correction and such a correction will only aggravate the problems. The Fed is cornered and has no viable way out.

Gold and silver are highly manipulated so that throws off-price discovery. Central banks lease their gold and may have leased much of it to China and Russia while still counting it on their books. Russia and China have some official gold but many estimate they have much more in their sovereign wealth funds. Those funds don’t report their holdings.

Both Russia and China want to move away from the U.S. dollar. The petro trade is responsible for upholding the dollar for the past forty years is now collapsing.

Russia’s change in policy is beginning to put a floor under the price of gold. We’re seeing the Ruble rapidly recover now that it has at least temporarily been tied to gold. Russian citizens no longer have to pay taxes on gold.

Trudeau and Biden both have terrible policies, especially around energy. Even now Biden doesn’t recognize that his policies on energy were a mistake.

Nick explains the policy of the WEF and what could destabilize their agenda.

The current supply chain problems are exacerbating problems with the economy while heightening inflation. We’re seeing a lot of ripple effects. Depending on the country we will see food supply problems and issues with fertilizer. We’re beginning to see rationing for energy and food in Europe and some goods may simply be unavailable.


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