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Civil War Is Imminent Post Election 2020

According to 61% of US population, a majority of consumers are stockpiling supplies and looking for safer ways to protect their money.

Additionally, 52% of consumers have also stockpiled food or essential goods in anticipation of social unrest tied to a resurgence of COVID-19 in the coming months and/ or the election.

This is the single most frightening poll result I’ve ever seen.

USA Today October 2020

This latest finding, while not anticipated, is yet another example of an  extremely bifurcated population…

…Throughout the past seven months, our research has seen strong  fragmentation in the public’s level of concerns ranging from public health  to the economy to issues of social and political unrest.

Jon Last, former national president of the Insights Association and Marketing Research Institute International (MRA)

Reliable Store of Value

No matter your political views, the dollar does not takes sides. It only reacts to underlying conditions. With the upcoming election (and the many threats made by President Trump himself) combined with a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic on the horizon, it’s uncertain when the world will fully recover.

Fearing a worst case scenario regarding Civil War, gold is historically and statistically a “safe haven” for those looking for shelter from more traditionally volatile and unpredictable investments, like stocks.

Compared to an investment in stocks, where even the biggest blue chip  companies can (and have) failed, an investment in gold is often less risky.

CNBC October 2020

As the world’s earliest form of currency, gold has long been considered a reliable store of value. It is widely available enough to trade but finite enough in supply to make it much more rare and valuable than other metals

The price of gold (which is normally in dollars) moves in the opposite direction of printed money. This is because if the U.S. currency gains in value then it takes fewer dollars to purchase an ounce of gold.

In March, just before the pandemic hit, the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates to zero a and there was less incentive for many to hold dollars. Cutting interest rates meant the already low returns that investors received from investing in debt, or bonds, were nudged even lower. Since then, gold has regained popularity, with its price climbing back up to its highest point in nearly seven years at $1878,95 per ounce.

The virus has forced more and more mines to close, shortening the supply of precious metal, bolstering its price,” pointed out Sheridan Admans, investment manager at U.K. stockbroker The Share Centre.

And as banks print more money to stimulate the economy, many fear this will ultimately result in inflation and likely impact the value of other assets.

Meanwhile, historically, gold over a long period of time tends to hold its value in real terms and is considered by most financial experts to be a “refuge” against this risk.


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