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Pssh. There isnt even a section for didodecaquadrillions.
I don't know what you guys are talking about.
There is so much global debt that there is no money no matter how long you run the printing presses.
That's why deflation is inescapable.
The underlying question that must be asked is...."What is a "dollar"?"
A promise to pay.
My head hurts ...
Holy Fucking charts batman! Quick Robin … give me the debt spray.
Show me the currency! I know, it doesn't have the same ring but, the picture? that ain't money!
Anyone know where to download a version of this?
The above is low resolution, and from what I can tell he doesn't allow actually downloading the hi-res file. You can view it on the website, but that's about it. He is selling the posters here for $15:
Anyone else feel like beating a Boomer's ass after seeing "Typical household net worth by head of household's age" at the bottom left?
OMFG. Seriously . . . . Hogwarts.
C'mon guys, there is some good news. You can still buy a six million dollar man for less than thirty mil, just...
staggering is the wealth even of a multibillionaire...Geffen buys 300M worth of art. I mean, just jawdropping that someone can actually own stuff that is nearly the exclusive province of major museums.
And then Slim and the Waltons are on a whole 'nuther level. The wedding costs for that shitstain Prince and his whore wife...$80M for that shit? Fucking what a waste. But, Lakshmi spent even more on his daughter's wedding. And the dude has a skyscraper for a house in Bombay.
It's just really incredible at an entirely new level, though, what the USG spends yearly. Or even the deficit. Even one Ford CVN is beyond all but the most obscenely rich individuals.
Goes to show what dumbasses the rich are.
Awesome chart, TD! It will take some time to go through. I hope it has the Rothschild's empire included. If not...viola
What is a dollar?
The visible part of the flow from the great Debt reservoir. That pit of darkness.
Rockefeller and Rothschild are conspicuously absent. Maybe they're on the Quadrillions panel.
Rockefeller and Rothschild: "Assidiously hiding the true amount of our wealth since 1900"
Literally awesome. Will come handy during the times where calculation is even more difficult.
A Nimitz Class Carrier for nearly 5 billions? I still calculated one for one, for example...
Nope. Nor the "greatest generation", genX or Y or even young children. What's your point?
That I want to beat a Boomer. Boomers are generally rude and nearly impossible to please, yet they have the most wealth. Coincidence? I don't think so. More like spoiled.
The poster is well worth it - a lot of research went into the poster, and despite some glaring omissions, is fairly certain to be 100% correct.
Plus, your office will look great with it on the wall!
All of this money that has been printed and all of the money that is about to be printed in order to save the banks makes me think that deflationists are sick delusional characters trapped by group think brought about by bankers, politicians, and the media. Open your eyes deflationists. The one thing that is certain is that the money printers will print.
He missed a spot
You would think so. Yet, Japan still continues to suffer from deflation.
Yes but Japan has always had a market to export to and a balance of payments surplus. That's no longer the case.
Welcome to the collapse.
If you want to know about deflation just look at the cash held on deposit at the CB's. Cash held as wealth is latent inflation, and the more the CB's print to bailout banks turns more of their would be losses into cash.
The deflation took place when the cash was created and not spent. Now we get the inflation...
how's the Jap gold price looking to you? That look like deflation?
So, if the glold price in a country's currency is rising, that country is experiencing inflation? Hmm ...
No it is experiencing a higher gold price. Gold is a store of value; it is only a matter of time before it gets sold and the money flows into higher prices which is inflation. Gold is therefore what prevents inflation because other products do not rise in value when you buy it.
The trick is to maintain a low gold price and low inflation, which can only be achieved through derivatives and tools like ETF's...
But I suspect that you already knew that...
his is bigger.
Start grabbing screenshots at low levels and stitching them together.
Ding! I see gold, where be the silver?
Speaking of silver; from Harvey Organ's blog tonight.
Today the Globe and Mail announced Eric has filed a short form follow up Prospectus for a billion five physical silver, holy jeepers, it could be approved in as little as two weeks people tell me, and he can trigger it OVERNIGHT without warning. Just bang if he has the orders. WE can all know what happened with his last Physical Silver Issue, it was 580 million blasted Silver 18 to 50 bucks in 5 months.
40 billion ounces - 1.280 TRILLION. Not even two blue fucking dots. that's .... just DAMN.
gold is what it is; not that important. Production is bigger, oil is bigger, there are lots of things people want that are bigger than gold.
The system of trade hasn't run on gold for eons. The Sterling Bill and real bills formed the basis of global trade 100s of years ago and far eclipsed the gold system.
Dude, you really need to get your shit together.
A better spray link
wall street guys have the same predicament.
What about the pentiCON? Same predicament?
Show me the lost money bitchez!
Show me the gold, Bernanke.
True, but that is a well laid out graph. Great Job!
Actually a dollar is 371 and 4/16ths grains of 999 silver.
A treasury silver certificate was a bearer note on a government held dollar.
A federal reserve note is a counerfeit. It looks almoat exactly like a silver certificate, but, being counterfeit, the us treasury will not redeem it for silver.
What is that in grains of cordite?
A dollar is a book entry, a figment of your immagination!
A dollar is Santa Claus, the easter bunny and perhaps most appropriately the boogy man!
Or to some, A Dollar is a god.
The dollar does represent god, but let's be specific: it represents god incarnate; the form; the tree/the bush, what have you; hence why it 'tis green.
The snake of the tree, it is the mind of the nature
The capture (CAP T'URE/CAP TOUR)
The form of knowledge
The tree of life, embodied
This is the dollar, yes, this is what they will have you believe
I think you mean WAS, not is.
Actually i'm not sure. Was the 1792 coinage act repealed? Just because the frns are now commonly called a 'dollar' doesn't make it so. If i call a piece of dry shit 'gold' and convince 10,000 ppl to call it gold, is it still shit or is it gold?
However bernake would probably say silver (and hence the dollar, properly defined) is not 'money'.
Just my 2 (copper) cents
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