$2,584 GOLD: I’ll Explain EXACTLY WHY!

Today, I’ll share with you a theory that I’ve been tracking for just over 10 months and it has the potential to send gold past its previous dollar-denominated all-time high, based on central bank BUYING.

It all has to do with the meeting that the Bank of International Settlements – the central bank of central banks – conducted in Basel, Switzerland, where it CHANGED the status of gold LAST YEAR.

This is UNDERREPORTED, but the ramifications of it are ENORMOUS.

It basically involved a decision to DEVALUE the U.S. dollar by 50%, compared to a gold ounce, in banking terms, as we see it.

Take a look at this:

Courtesy: Macrotrends.net

You can EASILY notice the last bottom for gold was in April 2019, right when the decision was made. This is no COINCIDENCE.

On that day, when the Basel 3 Norms were published, central bankers made gold a TIER-1 asset again, not a tier-3, and that’s a WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.

Tier-3 assets are marked at 50% of value. In other words, they are deemed to be worth HALF as much as they’re quoted, while Tier-1 assets are FULLY priced.

Changing the state of an asset from three to one is like admitting that it is worth TWICE as much.

On April 1, 2019, gold was worth $1,292, but in the eyes of central bankers, it must have been DOUBLE that, since they re-issued it as Tier-1.

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This Thursday, I’ll show incredible stats about the change in interest rates over the past centuries. Suffice it to say that gold is entering the global institutional world in a big way, but retail buyers are non-existent so far.

The best way to know it is by looking at silver’s boring trading pattern; investors love it much more than gold when they’re chasing gains, yet nothing is happening at the moment.

What is rallying big are shares of Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE: KBEV & US: KBEVF), which yesterday had the BEST-PERFORMING shares in all of Canada, up 58.04%.

Momentum is building here!

We already know that most consumers in North America are migrating to beverages that are healthy, but Koios’ drinks are also FUNCTIONAL, which means that they contain MCT oils, Lion’s Mane Mushrooms and other proprietary ingredients and blends that can’t be found ANYWHERE else.

The company is literally swimming in a blue ocean, since direct competitors are few and far between, at this point. CEO Chris Miller has really jumped the gun, in our opinion, and has a chance to build the first brand of functional beverages in North America, which focuses on nootropic drinks and calorie-free sodas with electrolytes.

Big things are coming for this company with that passionate leadership.

I’m absolutely bullish on Koios Beverages Corp (CSE: KBEV & US: KBEVF)!

Best Regards,

Tom Beck
Research Partner, PortfolioWealthGlobal.com

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