GCR Reality Comes into View: Gold Revaluation against Fiat Currencies – It Starts with the Little Nations
I’ve been posting frequently here at GCR Real-Time New about a pending Central Bank Gold Revaluation as a key to Our GCR unfolding. Here it is in practical actuality. I didn’t imagine we’d see the process begin this quickly.
It begins small, then it goes big.
“By selling and immediately buying back some of its gold reserves, the central bank of Curaçao and Saint Martin managed to use its gold revaluation account to offset losses in 2021. Because many other monetary authorities are currently making losses too—and there is no limit to revaluing gold against fiat money—this trick could be used the world over to heal central banks’ balance sheets.”
Forget the PetroDollar…The EuroDollar Market will Determine the Trigger Point for Our GCR
While discussing the GCR landscape with my backchannel folks, the PetroDollar collapse is often referenced as a key trigger. However, 50% of the oil market could switch to other currencies and it wouldn’t make a dent in global USD dominance. The PetroDollar market is estimated to be $3.5 Trillion. However, the EuroDollar Market is around $14 Trillion according to “best guesses” by experts.
The Eurodollar Market, also called the Offshore Dollar Market, is something of a mystery in modern finance. It’s widely recognized that it exists, but its size, and the influence it has on today’s modern financial system, are largely unknown. Even the most sophisticated investors can get tripped up if you ask them about it, and many dismiss it as some great unknown. It’s also why the EuroDollar System is referred to as the Shadow Banking System.
As the EuroDollar market continues its current Liquidity Tightening and Credit Crunch trend, then reaches a certain “freeze point”, that’s when the Global Fiat System with hit a brick wall.
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