Notes From The Field By Simon Black
April 17, 2018 Santiago, Chile
How the poster boy for bad financial management lost shareholders $25 billion
In January 1980, the price of gold hit a record high of $850 per ounce. Then it began a nearly two-decade slide.
By the summer of 1999, gold hit $250 per ounce-- a level not seen since the 1970s.
So naturally it was at this point that the British government made the infamously stupid decision to sell the bulk of their gold reserves.
Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Thursday Evening 4-19-18
larrykn: well what gets me is what Kap said, how can they bring out the lower notes if the value will start at 1184
Doug_W: @larrykn great Q
larrykn: doesn't add up
Doug_W: @larrykn who would uyse / need them
larrykn: they be worth less then tp
Doug_W: @larrykn yup
Zig: They wouldn't bring out lower notes until needed.....
Samson: The dinar is down against the dollar in the local stock exchange100
DELTA: "1195 & 1197 ......VERY NICE THE LOWEST IN T HE MARKET SO FAR........HUGE...CBI SELL IT TO BANK AT 1190....THANK YOU SAMSON
MilitiaMan: The above is the part of Unification of their Currency that was spoken about in the W CC..
imo "This meeting was very unique." ~Frank26
"They were talking about the unification of their currencies." ~Frank26
That is in reference imo to the AMF and IMF meetings recently, imo. The above post is showing the parallel market behavior, just as talked about in the below Final Article #20. ~ MM