Hyperinflating The Money Supply Means Massive Upside For Gold And Silver

The Fed’s balance sheet is starting to “Weimar”…

by Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics

The Fed’s balance sheet is starting to “Weimar.” Between mid-September 2019 and now, the size of the Fed’s balance has increased by $3 trillion dollars, or 81%. The graph of the Fed’s balance sheet has gone vertical. Gold is as cheap right now in relation to the money supply as it was in 1970 at $35 and in 2000 at $250. Silver is historically cheap to gold.

Kenneth Ameduri invited me onto to his Crush The Street podcast to discuss the economy, oil and the precious metals sector: