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In James Rickard’s new book, ‘The New Case for Gold’, he says…

They say John Maynard Keynes called gold a “barbarous relic.”
They say there isn’t enough gold to support finance and commerce.
They say
the gold supply can’t increase fast enough to support world growth.

They’re wrong.

In this bold manifesto, bestselling author and eco­nomic commentator James Rickards steps forward to defend gold—as both an irreplaceable store of wealth and a standard for currency.

Global political instability and market volatility are on the rise. Gold, always a prudent asset to own, has become the single most important wealth preserva­tion tool for banks and individuals alike. Rickards draws on historical case studies, monetary theory, and personal experience as an investor to argue that:

• The next financial collapse will be exponentially bigger than the panic of 2008.
• The time will come, sooner rather than later, when there will be panic buying and only central banks, hedge funds, and other big players will be able to buy any gold at all.
• It’s not too late to prepare ourselves as a nation: there’s always enough gold for a gold standard if we specify a stable, nondeflationary price.

Providing clear instructions on how much gold to buy and where to store it, the short, provocative argu­ment in this book will change the way you look at this “barbarous relic” forever. elaborates on the book and on “The New Case for Gold and the Gold Standard”. Here is an excerpt of his Postscript:

“Postscript: Trump and Gold

President-elect Donald Trump expressed qualified support for the gold standard during the 2016 presidential campaign…

…He went on to explain that in his view, other countries have the gold, which appears to be in reference to the moves by China, Russia, and other nations in recent years to vastly expand their gold reserves and gold holdings…

…But after a momentary spike the night he was elected, gold then began a massive move downward that has continued to this day…

…It remains to be seen what economic and trade policies the Trump administration pursues and how those policies, and congressional action on that agenda, will end up impacting gold in 2017 and beyond. “