We could be on the brink of a major turning. I’m not just talking about a small, miniscule change – if the U.S. economy continues in this direction, inflation could reap the markets right open.
2017 was an amazing year for the king of cryptocurrencies. On January 1st, 2017, the price of one unit of BTC was $972 and surged to $20,000 by Q4 of that same year. This move made Bitcoin the most talked-about investment vehicle of our world.
This is a historical day – gold surged to over $1,360, on track to meet my 2018 target of $1,510.
The USD tumbled hard and is now below key support levels. We might see a bounce back soon, but the overall trend looks bad for savers.
Today, we’re at the cusp of burying one of the most imperfect systems of finance the world has ever known – the fractional reserve banking, based on government fiat currency debt.