Why, When, And How Will We Switch To A New International Gold Standard?

by Jan Nieuwenhuijs via The Gold Observer

In a recent interview, I talked about why, when and how I think we will switch to a new international gold standard. In case you missed it, you can watch the interview below.

Additional Background Information

I mention in the interview that in the past decades European central banks have equalized official gold reserves internationally (read more in my article “Europe Has Been Preparing a Global Gold Standard Since the 1970s”), a fiat monetary system causes inequality (read more in my article “What Went Wrong In 1971”), and I talked about a monetary system called gold price targeting (read more in my article “How the Fed Controlled the Price of Gold From 1982 Until 1995”).

David and I also talked about silver supply and demand dynamics, on which I have previously written two articles: “How Much Silver Is Above Ground?” and “Warning: Misleading Silver Supply and Demand Data.”