Financial investments are causing strong fibrillations on international banking markets that in the last two years have suffered from the recession due to COVID 19 that has indiscriminately hit all the world’s states, reaping the economy both medium and small and hitting the heart of the world’s central banks.
The financial investments of the international economic systems are hiding the galloping subterranean crisis that is affecting the banking systems because the purchases linked to the exchange currency, dollar – euro, that would determine the withdrawal of their values putting the banks in crisis would lead the States towards a sure financial failure and would surely trigger physical clashes for the survival of the various peoples of the Earth.
The apocalyptic scenario described above is not far-fetched and the demonstration comes from the cost of currencies at the central banks to the various banks that buy at prices and interest equal to or negative bringing the monetary value to an almost zero value.
This solution has been put in place to allow the various economies to restart but the COVID 19 has managed for the moment to get the better of the various financial sectors by putting in crisis the large industrial systems and leading to the closure of many medium-sized companies and many small businesses and almost completely canceling the benefits of which could be seen in the medium and long term by keeping the financial investments to a minimum.
The cost of energy is an example of this, where the lack of green facilities has been put in crisis by the shortage of Euro-Asian Russian gas and oil that has forced the United States of America to intervene with supplies transported by ship to prevent prices from continuing to rise reaching certainly in the very near future an increase in costs of 200% that would be impossible to pay affecting the European population.
The nuclear race is gaining momentum again to make up for the energy shortage that could lead to the closure of large factories that would bring European countries to their knees and prevent them from accessing the free market.
Staff layoffs in small companies is now the order of the day and often production prices have risen with the impossibility for consumers and distributors to intervene to support further production.
The problem linked to low financial investments is having repercussions on food, on the cost of electricity, on the cost of fuels and as much as the various States try to support these sectors will not be able to continue for a long time because it must be remembered that the printed currency cannot exceed the gold value of a State, otherwise we would no longer speak of public debt but after a percentage value close to 150% we would speak of bankruptcy of a State as it would no longer be able to pay neither the amount nor the interests that devouring the financial economy would lead to an increase of the percentage debt then impossible to heal if not selling off the assets of the State itself, then … . financial bankruptcy.
This type of financial outcome, we have had the opportunity to observe in times past in the crisis of Argentina, where people went to ATMs and could not withdraw their money resulting in the inability to buy basic necessities and we can observe it with what has been done with Greece that was forced to sell off their assets in exchange for aid to the population, being put at the mercy of other European countries that have torn the economy.
The best choice in such a difficult historical period for the world’s economies are financial investments in precious metals such as diamonds, rubies and emeralds because even the fluctuations of gold do not bring much benefit and are difficult to transport between one state and another to facilitate the exchange in case of economic collapse.
A right investment should consist in a percentile variation of one’s own financial resources keeping a part in money in euro currency, a part in money in dollar currency and a big part in precious stones that have always been a well accepted exchange currency in any world market.
The financial solicitations proposed by banks and States to support themselves with the purchase of government bonds are not advantageous because if a State goes into crisis, these bonds will turn into waste paper and it will be very difficult to exchange them in order to survive and therefore they are not good financial investments.
These scenarios can be easily deduced from what is happening in the financial markets and the fear that comes with favoring the purchase of currencies by banks at the various central banking systems.
This was also seen in the United States of America when the FED closed its taps, no longer allowing the financial system to increase its frightening public debt, and which led to the temporary closure of all public services, putting its citizens in crisis, who, unable to work, began to have problems of survival.
Our advice, therefore, is to invest a large part of one’s bank assets in precious stones in order to guarantee a long-term life preserver and to be able to live safe from any monetary crisis and to have excellent financial investments that will last for generations.