A2A with Ronni Stoferle of Incrementum AG

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Most folks at TFMR look forward each year to the annual "In Gold We Trust" report from Incrementum AG of Liechtenstein. One of the co-authors of this report is Ronni Stoferle and it was a great pleasure to have Ronni visit our A2A platform earlier today.

First of all, if you haven't yet seen this year's In Gold We Trust report, the full text can be found here: https://ingoldwetrust.report/en/gold-report/  We also featured the executive summary of the report back in June and you can find it embedded in this link, too: https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/8375/guest-post-latest-gold-we-trust-report-incrementum-ag

Ronni was a very patient and generous guest as he addressed every listener question over the course of this 70-minute call. Just a few of the topics covered include:

  • Since 2012, why hasn't the dollar price of gold continued to track the US monetary base and US debt level?
  • Does a flattening US yield curve inevitably lead to recession?
  • Is a global gold revaluation or "reset" pending?
  • Will the Chinese back their currency with gold at some point?
  • Global attitudes toward gold and the physical possession of gold.
  • How a falling gold:silver often foreshadows rising gold prices.
  • The potential impacts of pricing crude oil in yuan.
  • And much, much more!

There is an abundance of good information contained in this recording so please try to carve out some time to give it a thorough listen. Thanks again to Ronni for being so generous with his time and we hope to have him back at TFMR soon!



matt_'s picture

Virtual Private Network

VPN advice: don't use a free one, and pay for one from a company that you can trust.  The VPN offers some privacy, but only if the company/person running the VPN server cares about your privacy.

Human Mushroom's picture

@abundance What's a VPN

Virtual Private Network

It basically hides your actual IP Address (your connection to the Internet) that is provided by your service provider.

For example, I use Comcast, however, when I use ExpressVPN, my connection to the Internet can actually be be from any city or country that ExpressVPN provides. I live in Vermont, a great deal of the time I use a connection in NYC.

When I want to be able to get into an ICO (Initial Coin Offering)(crypto stuff that people here don't want to talk about), which usually isn't allowed by U.S. people because of the tax hassles in foreign countries, I connect to the Internet in Switzerland. That way when I connect to the Internet, it looks like I live in Switzerland, and the ICO website allows me in.

So for me a VPN serves a dual purpose:

1. Keeps my Internet activity sorta private

2. Allows me to look like I live in Europe for investing in ICO's.

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