As Good As Gold Australia
Oct 8, 2022
In this latest interview, Brian and Darryl Panes from As Good As Gold Australia interview financial and precious metals icon, Bill Holter from JSMineset.org
Is Egon von Greyerz’s warning of a total global collapse that will incorporate food shortages, stock market crashes and unprecedented panic warranted? Bill’s response is riveting.
The last time silver went up as much as it did last Monday, was November 2008.
That was the bottom – and silver went up 400% in the next 2.5 years.
Silver is up 22% in Aussie dollars over the last 5 weeks. Has silver turned the corner?
Are we about to see a repeat of 2008?
6 months ago, silver was slammed down on a Sunday night – why not this time?
Russia is extremely close to releasing their true gold holdings of about 12,000 tonnes, and not long after, we believe China will release their holdings at around 30,000 tonnes.
Even if the US has 8,000-9,000 tonnes, which by the way hasn’t been audited since the 1950s, what would this mean for the US.
Jim Sinclair refers constantly to becoming your own central bank. What exactly does that mean?
Preparation is paramount with the oncoming economic disaster that lies ahead. Bill shares his views accordingly.
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