Tag Archives: hyperinflation

The US Dollar is Next in Line for the Centrally Controlled Money Graveyard

Centrally controlled money refers to a monetary system where a central authority, typically a country’s central bank or government, has significant control over the money supply and implements monetary policy. The central bank or government can print and issue currency. This gives them more direct control over the money supply. Interest rates and bank reserve […]

Our US Dollar is a Devalued Fiat Currency that is Failing

In 1933, the United States devalued our dollar by approximately 40%. The government redefined our dollar from being backed by about a 1/20th of an ounce of gold to only a 1/35th of an ounce of gold. In 1971 President Richard Nixon devalued the dollar again by completely taking it off the gold standard “temporarily”. […]

Inflation Is Already Here

By simple definition, inflation is a general increase in prices and a fall in the purchasing value of money. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual inflation rate in the US is 2.6% for March 2021. The annual inflation rate in May of 2020 was .1%. Inflation is already here in the real […]

Quantitative Easing in 1918, 2008 and Now

Hyperinflation during the Weimar Republic 100 years ago Paper or fiat currency is nothing new in world history. China has a long history of printing intrinsically worthless currency dating back to the seventh century. In the 1400s the kingdom of Spain began printing paper to be used as money during military sieges.

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