Gold & Bitcoin: The Monetary System's Navigational Beacons

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Real VisionOctober 16, 2019
Simon Mikhailovich, founder of The Bullion Reserve, argues that only gold is a true safe haven against financial calamity. Through a series of rhetorical questions, he explores why gold has outlasted every other form of money over the course of human history. Mikhailovich breaks down the history of money and explains how gold became the navigational beacon of the monetary system. Finally, he says that the next three decades will not be like the last five, and that it could be time to “outfit your portfolio for turbulent seas.” Filmed on October 1, 2019 in New York.
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