Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017 MST

Modi paper money cancellation crushes gold

Tuesday last week, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi demonetized 86% of the money in circulation, except for special uses. Ostensibly, it was a move to check black money, i.e., counterfeit money, money that was gotten through graft or corruption and money on which taxes had not been paid. In the four trading days following the

A major danger of paper money: Rupees cancelled

The biggest problem with paper money is that it can be created at will; and history shows that whenever paper money is disconnected from gold, it is eventually printed until it is worthless.  Sometimes its destruction comes quickly,  some over decades. The second biggest problem with paper money is that it can be cancelled by

Overriding of veto could be good for gold

Congress’ historic overriding of Obama’s veto of the bill that will allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for its alleged role in the terrorist attacks — intentional or inadvertent — has potentially dangerous ramifications for the US but could result in a really positive effect for the price of gold.

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