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Yes folks, Bitcoin. It seems to defy gravity, it goes up relentlessly, and people are piling into it. Where did it really come from. Is it anonymous as they say? Was there a purpose behind it? Who really "invented it?" We chew on some of these topics in the general commentary tonight.
In the market commentary, we talk about the drive to all time new highs, which has now happened 55 times this year. What's behind it? Can it stop? What if it stops? Is this the new normal?
Hop over and give it a read. As always the letter is free and we think we give you some points to ponder.
Hello all, the new edition of the Free investment Newsletter is posted and this week we discuss Bitcoin, blockchain, Etherium, gold and silver. Yes that's a lot to chew on, but it's a very important topic, one that needs to be discussed.
It is my position that the whole bitcoin/blockchain "invention" was pushed via the elitists in the global banking system to get people away from buying gold and silver. The elites hate cash and they hate seeing the population owning silver coins even more. What better way to control them, than to introduce this crypto currency that they say is anonymous ( it's not) and sticks it to the man?
Well it worked. silver coin demand is in the toilet, while bitcoin hits a new high almost every week. I don't believe this was by accident, or by some reclusive Japanese inventor releasing his technology.
On Sunday we talked about the metals and how the focus changed from people buying silver eagles and buying bitcoin instead. It's an interesting read for sure. Today we're looking a bit deeper into the Gold space and asking a few interesting questions, based on some global developments. It's looking pretty clear that the Saud's are going to be selling oil to China for Yuan. If that becomes common, the whole "Petro-dollar" set up starts to unravel.
Will Bitcoin be the place people run to if there's a serious problem in the world? Or, will they flock back to the "money" of the metals? It's a good question and the article is worthy of reading.