This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Dr. Scott Young, Liberty and Finance, Mark Moss, and Tech Revolution.
Dr. Scott Young discusses what the stock market crash from 94 years ago tells us about what’s happening right now and if NESARA is any closer. Andy Schectman joins Liberty and Finance to discuss how markets are more powerful than central banks. Mark Moss talks about leaked treasury intel that warns of what is going to happen next. Tech Revolution shares news of central banks breaking the record and to prepare for a Dollar crash like never before.
NESARA & Hope in the Last Days – Dr. Scott Young
Premiered Oct 24, 2023
What does the Stock Market Crash of 94 years ago tell us about the Great Depression we are in now? Is NESARA that much closer?
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Oct 24, 2023
“The markets are more powerful than any central bank,” says Andy Schectman. There is massive dumping of 10yr and 30yr Treasuries. “You have a bond market that is losing credibility.” The economy and banking system will see a lot of problems due to rising rates, says Schectman. “I think we’ll see rates much, much, much higher.”
Oct 24, 2023
Yellen Leaks Intel: Warning of the Fed’s Next Move. Currently, the market consensus suggests that the Fed has finished hiking rates for now, and the narratives have shifted towards a ‘hold here for longer’ stance. However, Janet Yellen, at the US Treasury, slipped up and revealed what they’re truly expecting to do next. It’s such a significant development that it’s no wonder they’re attempting to keep it under wraps.
In this video, I’ll dissect the narrative surrounding the ‘higher for longer’ shift in the Fed’s statements. We’ll examine precisely what Janet Yellen said, break down the mathematics behind her statements, and I’ll explain what this implies, what’s on the horizon, and what we should anticipate.
Oct 24, 2023
There’s been a record-setting trend of central banks buying gold, and the Central banks are taking a surprising turn. More and more, they’re ditching traditional assets like paper money and snapping up gold instead.
Why? It seems they’re not so sure about our current money system. If you’ve ever wondered why nations are suddenly buying gold like there’s no tomorrow, we’ve got answers. Historically, countries have always kept a stash of gold. It’s their way of saying, Hey, trust our economy. We’ve got gold backing us up. But lately, this buying has been on steroids.
Flashback to the 1990s and early 2000s: the world economy was booming. Governments were happily spending and diving deep into paper markets, and gold. Not their top priority.
The year 2022 stands tall as a golden milestone in recent financial history. Imagine the world’s central banks, those massive institutions that hold a country’s financial might, suddenly turning their gaze towards gold and scooping it up at a frenzied pace.
It was like witnessing a scene straight from a financial thriller, with central banks buying gold at a rate reminiscent of the year 1967 – a time long before digital currencies and modern market dynamics took hold. To put things into perspective, try visualizing this: the world’s governing bodies dived headfirst, investing a mind-boggling $70 billion in just one year. That’s 2022 for you.
Over 1,100 tons. If there were an Olympics for financial moves, 2022 would’ve surely stood atop the podium, gleaming gold medal in hand. Yet, as the confetti from 2022’s celebrations settled, 2023 stepped onto the stage with a clear message: Hold my beer.
The year’s first quarter saw a remarkable surge in gold acquisition, amassing a hefty 228 tons. A first-quarter frenzy of this magnitude? We’d have to cast our minds back to 2013 to find a comparable rush. As we journey further into 2023, one can’t help but wonder: What other golden records might this year have in store?
Now, here’s a golden twist. While the US has the largest gold reserve, guess who’s been on a shopping spree? Emerging markets. From 1999 to 2021, the top gold buyers were Russia, China, Turkey, India, and Kazakhstan. Fast-forward to 2023, Russia and China are still leading the charge, with India not far behind.
If you’re connecting the dots between many gold-buying nations and the BRICS group, give yourself a pat on the back. BRICS, a powerful block of rising economies, is making waves and using gold as its surfboard. Rumor has it they’re even thinking about a gold-backed BRICS currency. Imagine that. A move like this could shake things up in the world economy.
So next time you think of gold, remember, it’s not just for jewelry. It might just be the game-changer in the global financial playground. As we delve deeper into the world of gold, you might be wondering about the driving forces behind this shift. Here are some key reasons why countries are reaching for the gold standard.
For many decades, the US dollar reigned supreme in the world of international finance. It was the undisputed champion, the first pick for countries engaging in global transactions.
Its strength and stability made it the poster child for economic might, and nations around the globe trusted it to anchor their financial dealings.
However, as the saying goes, Change is the only constant. The global financial landscape isn’t immune to this truth. Lately, there’s a palpable shift in the air. Many nations, once unwavering in their reliance on the dollar, are now casting speculative eyes its way, pondering alternatives. And among those alternatives, gold gleams the brightest.
The answer lies in its timeless appeal. In a world of volatile markets and unpredictable economic winds, gold stands out as a beacon of stability. This precious metal has historically weathered economic storms, making it a safe harbor for countries looking to diversify their financial portfolios.
Every time a central bank adds more gold to its reserves, it’s like a bell ringing, signaling a conscious move to diversify and not rely solely on the dollar’s might. In addition, Sometimes, countries find themselves in a financial bind due to economic restrictions, or sanctions. Think of them as financial timeouts.
For countries like Russia and China, these sanctions can be a hurdle. So, what’s one way to jump over this?
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