In Gold We Trust report 2021
A monetary climate change is taking place right before our eyes. We identify three key aspects to this change: budgetary nonchalance, the merging of monetary and fiscal policy and the creation of new tasks for monetary policy. Climate change and the associated striving for a “more sustainable economy” are omnipresent issues today. From energy production and mobility to the food industry and retail, to government bonds and investment funds, everything imaginable is given predicates such as “green”, “sustainable” or “climate-neutral”. ESG and SRI have become winged acronyms that no one seems able to elude.
Detaillierte Studie über Gold und goldrelevante Kapitalmarktent-wicklungen.
Kritische Auseinandersetzungen und Betrachtung aller relevanten Geschehnisse.
Anerkannt in mehr als 60 Nationen.
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- This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Nixon Shock
when the last peg between money and gold was severed.
This event ushered in the era of debt-based money and allowed central banks to create money without restrictions.
- A monetary climate change is taking place right before
We identify three key aspects to this change: budgetary nonchalance, the merging of monetary and fiscal policy and the creation of new tasks for monetary policy.
- In our view, the inflation pendulum finally swung back in
the previous year, and inflationary forces are now
stronger than deflationary ones.
- We are likely moving into a period of inflation caused by
strongly rising money supply growth. Consequently,
more and more central banks will be forced to
implement a policy of explicit or implicit yield curve
Real interest rates will thus remain negative.
- We continue to our forecast based on our proprietary
gold price model presented in last year.
The conservative baseline scenario has resulted in a price target of USD 4,800 for gold at the end of the decade.
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