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Dan Tapiero Talks Bonds, Gold and Bitcoin at Bretton Woods
By / August 26, 2021

People should also understand that bitcoin is one of the first truly global macro investments to exist, Tapiero said.

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Palantir Buys $50.7 Million in Gold Bars to Hedge ‘Black Swan Event’
By / August 19, 2021

Palantir Technologies Inc. has purchased nearly $51 million in physical gold so far in August and may accept payment in gold in the future, according to a filing from the software company’s second quarter financial results.

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Podcast: Anthony Crudele on Crypto as an Inflation Hedge
By / August 3, 2021

“Inflated Expectations” explores the macroeconomic drivers of growth and the potential for the crypto-revolutionization of monetary regimes

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Podcast: Russell LaCour and the Long-term Case For BTC Bullishness
By / July 27, 2021

“Inflated Expectations” explores the macroeconomic drivers of growth and the potential for the crypto-revolutionization of monetary regimes

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The End of a Financial System
By / July 2, 2021

On August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon de-pegged the US dollar from the price of gold, causing the Bretton Woods System to collapse.

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Gold Sinks as Dollar Strengthens on Last Day of Q2: Markets Wrap
By / June 30, 2021

“Precious metal markets simply can’t find a gear with the stronger dollar and strong economic data weighing on the market,” Ole Hansen at Saxo Bank A/S told Bloomberg.

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Why Gold was Our Global Currency
By / June 24, 2021

In Part 2 of our Road to Bretton Woods series, we take a look at the history of gold and the part it played in developing the Bretton Woods System.

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Stocks Rally After Tumultuous Week While Cryptos Extend Drop Amid Intensifying China Crackdown: Markets Wrap
By / June 21, 2021

Stocks rebound after a disordered week where looming interest rate hikes curbed investors’ appetite for inflation-sensitive assets.

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Strengthening Dollar Leads to Sell Off in Stocks, Gold and Cryptos: Markets Wrap
By / June 18, 2021

A strong dollar and deflationary pressures may have been this week’s downfall for commodities like gold. The US currency briefly reached a two-month high on Friday while gold slumped the lowest it has in over a month.

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Looming US Interest-Rate Hikes Continue to Shake Up Global Markets; Gold Dips as Dollar Strengthens: Markets Wrap
By / June 17, 2021

“(We) believe that the FED is only making the case for bitcoin stronger, as it doesn’t seem they’ve implemented any systems to curb inflation. This strengthens the idea behind a monetary system that can’t print dollars at will; the US has printed almost 25% of all circulating dollars in the last 16 months,” Michael Rabkin, head of institutional sales and global partnerships at DV Chain, wrote in a note to Blockworks.

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