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    Good news. We are ahead of schedule. Recorded March 9th...

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=JJ0XM8fufOQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcel View Post
    Good news. We are ahead of schedule. Recorded March 9th...

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=JJ0XM8fufOQ
    Like marrying The Big Short and Wag the Dog?

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    Heh, maybe. Incidentally, he mentions NSFR = Net Stable Funding Ratio
    which requires large banks to maintain a minimum level of stable funding, relative to their assets, derivatives, and commitments.

    Allocated gold, in tangible form, will essentially be classified as a zero-risk asset under the new rules, but unallocated or “paper” gold, which banks typically deal with the most, won’t — meaning banks holding paper gold must also hold extra reserves against it, said Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter. The new liquidity requirements aim to “prevent dealers and banks from simply saying they have the gold, or having more than one owner for the gold they have” on the balance sheet.

    Here's another good one: https://mishtalk.com/economics/a-bri...-united-states

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcel View Post
    Heh, maybe. Incidentally, he mentions NSFR = Net Stable Funding Ratio
    which requires large banks to maintain a minimum level of stable funding, relative to their assets, derivatives, and commitments.

    Allocated gold, in tangible form, will essentially be classified as a zero-risk asset under the new rules, but unallocated or “paper” gold, which banks typically deal with the most, won’t — meaning banks holding paper gold must also hold extra reserves against it, said Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter. The new liquidity requirements aim to “prevent dealers and banks from simply saying they have the gold, or having more than one owner for the gold they have” on the balance sheet.

    Here's another good one: https://mishtalk.com/economics/a-bri...-united-states
    Great Find!

    Thank you for pointing out that observation. In the light of the Amendments, this may be the harbinger of the "crash" -- dip back to $42.22/ounce. Or, the gold going back into the System. Look at page 4, first paragraph.

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