Silver, Gold, and Inflation
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Inflation is a hidden tax.
Just as Income, Sales, and Property taxes confiscate your wealth, so does the Inflation tax. It’s just hidden from you.
It’s not overt. You didn’t vote for it. Most people cannot describe what it is exactly.
The effect of inflation is the erosion of the purchasing power of the Dollar.
As its value erodes, it takes more dollars to purchase a set amount of gold.
Just as we would not save in, say, bananas – which will decay over time and become worthless - we don’t really want to save in dollars, which also decay over time and become worth less and less until they too, in time, become worthless.
Perhaps a quote from Alan Greenspan describes the problem the best. "In the absence of a gold standard there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation."
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|Section 1: The Inflation Monster|
|Lecture 1 is an introduction to, and preview of, the course content. It is also makes the case for the importance of the content.|
|Lecture 2 asks what would happen if we doubled the money supply. Would we become wealthier by doing so?|
|Lecture 3 answers the question of why we have not yet seen inflation commensurate with money creation.|
|Lecture 4 tells of the importance of comparing apples to apples when discussing price. When looking at price over time, we must take inflation into account.|
|Section 2: Inflation Events Past, Present, and Future|
|Lecture 5 looks at U.S. Government Debt and Liability trends. Are they sustainable and what is the effect on gold?|
|Lecture 6 presents hyperinflations past. Is the U.S. Dollar an exception? Where are we in the inflation cycle? What happens to markets during hyperinflation?|
|Lecture 7 seeks signs of a U.S. Dollar hyperinflation. Why can’t we go on printing forever? What are the effects of a currency collapse?|
|Section 3: Signposts|
|Lecture 8 describes how gold acts during times of deflation.|
|Lecture 9 postulates scenarios for the Dollar.|
|Lecture 10 Summarizes and Concludes.|
|Lecture 11||22 pages|
|This lecture contains additional relevant slides not included previously.|
Mr. Western has bought, sold, and collected coins since he was a child. He teaches College courses about Gold and Silver, Money, Inflation, and related topics including Precious Metal Equities. It is his wish that others come to a better understanding of money and our monetary system.
Mr. Western has an intense interest in all things gold and silver.
Look for other courses from him on Inflation, The Gold and Silver Industry, and Gold and Silver Stocks and Equities.
He can be reached at email@example.com.