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The Global Monetary Landscape Will Never Be The Same

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by quoth the raven
Saturday, Apr 23, 2022 - 12:19

Submitted by QTR's Fringe Finance

Thanks again to my subscribers for an incredible week. The blog is fast approaching 20,000 subscribers and this past week we had more than 70,000 views on our articles directly on site, and several hundred thousand more from free blog posts that our friends at Zero Hedge were kind enough to syndicate.

My article Monday, questioning China’s lockdowns, “Chinese Lockdowns Expand, Raising More Questions About Beijing's Motives For Shutting Down”, received more than 100,000 reads on Zero Hedge.


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Oh and did I mention Joel Embiid did his damn thing for my great city of Philadelphia? For those of you that missed the shot of the century from Embiid this past week, here it is again:

And now onto the far less exciting world of finance and the coming global monetary reset.

Next week I am preparing articles on a large position I took on Friday and an update on the world of shipping and logistics, among other articles.

Let’s have a look at the articles that made an impact this past week.

On Monday, I wrote about how growing lockdowns in China have me believing more and more that the country isn’t exactly crestfallen about the supply chain crisis it is creating for the rest of the world.

Could China be locking down on purpose to disrupt global supply chains? I explore: Chinese Lockdowns Expand, Raising More Questions About Beijing's Motives For Shutting Down

Days before that piece, I had written about suspicions I had about China’s latest round of Covid lockdowns. In that piece, I drew the conclusion that the country’s “Covid Zero” plan is irrational and egregious, and that China’s lockdowns may have to do with something more than Covid.

On Tuesday, I released Part 1 of a series from one of my favorite investors, Larry Lepard. Larry gave us a rundown of monetary policy history up to 1980 and explained why paper gold suppression could mean a large run up in gold prices in the future: It Is "Just A Matter Of Time" Before Gold Rises 5x Or More: Lawrence Lepard

This was followed by Wednesday’s piece from Larry, wherein he laid out 4 key catalysts for higher gold, silver and bitcoin prices - and talked about why Vladimir Putin knows that the global monetary system is a credit based ponzi scheme: Putin Knows The Monetary System Is A Credit Based Ponzi Scheme: Lawrence Lepard

On Thursday, I wrote about how Israel was dumping the U.S. dollar in favor of China’s Renminbi. I also wrote about how China was bidding for Russian LNG assets, something I had predicted would happen. No one seemed to notice either pieces of news from the past week.

“The bedrock of the global monetary system continues to shift, including two profound pieces of news over the last 24 hours that no one seems to have noticed,” I wrote: Israel Dumps The Dollar For China's Renminbi, Beijing Starts Quietly Acquiring Russian Energy Assets

Finally, on Friday I released my latest podcast - free to everybody - with none other than Larry Lepard himself.

I had the pleasure of speaking to Larry not only about his most recent investor letter, but also about his thoughts on the possibility for World War III, the state of Russia and China working together, and whether markets will crash or go hyperinflationary.

The podcast has received more than 13,000 listens in its first 24 hours being live and I thoroughly enjoyed the discussion. You can listen for free here:

Finally, last week I wrote about why I think the Fed is scared shitless. Commentary out of the Fed over the last few weeks indicates to me that our central bankers know they are doing far too little, far too late.

With Friday’s crash setting up for potential disaster this Monday, I thought it would be a good time to re-up this piece on the psychology at the Fed. Read my thoughts here: The Fed Is Scared Shitless


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