The U.S. Federal Reserve, in December, just quietly changed the way they were going to report M1 and M2 money supply, stating that reporting would now take place monthly versus weekly, and they were changing the methodology. With the unprecedented amounts of money creation by the Fed and central banks worldwide, the Fed is clearly attempting to further obfuscate what’s really happening. On this week’s Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio program, your host, Dennis Tubbergen talks with guest Simon Popple to get his take on how this historical acceleration in money supply might impact commodities, particularly gold and silver.
Mr. Simon Popple is author of the Brookville Capital Intelligence Report. Mr. Popple started a newsletter with MoneyWeek called Metals & Miners and when they were acquired, he set up Gold Speculator with Jim Rickards. During this time he was a featured speaker at MoneyWeek and Mines & Money conferences. Mr. Popple has also done numerous interviews with IGTV on the gold market.
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