Since the 2008 financial crisis, it’s been patently obvious that history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme; for the first time, incorporating ALL nations; had to experience a REAL crisis event – as at some point, the massive debts built up to paper over what 2008 exposed had to be paid for…either via default or Central-bank-created inflation. Finally, it appears that time has arrived – so the big question is, where will global capital hide?
The dollar will likely be strong for some time – not against items of real value, but other fiat toilet paper; nearly all of which, are at or near all-time lows already. And yes, it’s possible Treasury bonds continue to be safe haven assets, despite the dichotomy of a collapsing economy requiring more borrowing – that unquestionably, will prompt the Fed to print more money (possibly, this week)…in turn, yielding heightened inflationary pressures. Then again, if we do actually experience the long-awaited financial crisis, no amount of inflation is likely to offset the massive deflationary tsunami that comes with it.
Regarding Precious Metals, they have proven time and again since the turn of the century that they do NOT provide safe haven protection – or any protection, for that matter, given that they are trading at all-time inflation-adjusted lows. Trust me, I know, as I spent 15 years of my life dedicated to this dying asset class.
As for Bitcoin, it is the ultimate sound money creation – but currently, is amidst all manner of “wars” – with the status quo and factions within the Bitcoin community looking to usurp it. They will fail, of course, as amongst crypto, only Bitcoin can ever be “money” on a global scale. That said, there’s no telling what BTC will do in the short-term, as it attempts to shrug off the tail end of its bear market – particularly in the context of what may be an expanding financial crisis.
And finally, BRhodium – which of course will be driven, first and foremost, by overall crypto trends…but perhaps not just yet, as it is WAY undervalued, given it’s “pre-IPO” pricing ahead of imminent exchange listing. After which, I have little doubt a “post-IPO” equilibrium will be reached, during which it trades a lot more closely with broad crypto trends.
That said, per the developers’ “CryptoTrinity” philosophy – promoting the monetary properties of Bitcoin, Litecoin, and BRhodium; its “Strong Hands” program – making it the first cryptocurrency to pay “dividends”; and its nearly unparalleled scarcity, it would not surprise me if it outperforms the crypto space strongly during any type of financial crisis. Only time will tell, but I believe it’s a very viable scenario.
If you have any questions about BRhodium, or BTR OTC trading, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.