Gold To Silver Ratio Did Hit 160 To 1 (The VERY LAST MONTH Only Of The Weimar Republic Hyperinflation)

Lynette Zang shows the GSR was around 16 to 1 up until the very last month, when it shot up very briefly to 160. Here’s the details…

Editor’s Note: Five weeks.

That’s what we’re talking about.

The last week in October, 1923 through the end of November of the same year.

You can learn more about the historical gold to silver ratio, and what the potential future gold to silver ratio may look like using those links.

Here’s the thing about the Weimar Hyperinflation – The move in the gold to silver ratio that Lynette talks about below was a regional event.

Furthermore, the extreme of 160 to 1 only happened in the very last month of the Weimar Republic hyperinflation.

So while technically, yes, the ratio in Weimar Republic hit 160, in today’s terms, with today’s globally inter-connected markets, that last month would have been akin to something similar to a “flash crash”.

In fact, globally, this 160 to 1 ratio does not even register on the world GSR chart as we have shown before:

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Lynette Zang of ITM Trading

What I would like everyone to understand is that fiat money is designed to reset via inflation. Bankers and governments know that nominal confusion hides this from the public. Hyperinflation is simply the final wealth transfer blow off.

History clearly shows us that in the end, fiat money keeps the name, but loses all value. But gold and silver hold value because they are used all areas of the economy. Fiat money is only used as a wealth transfer tool.

When hyperinflation rears its inevitable head, what do you want to hold?

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