Trump Tower famous escalator Currency Exchange
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5 years ago, on June 16th, 2015, Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President of the United States Of America.
He came down the famous escalator along with Melania at Trump Tower!
This is a day to remember!
Is this just a coincidence?
Donald Trump made a strange remark in a Rose Garden news conference on Friday revealing he wants to drive around town in an RV, back to New York, with the First Lady.
If we continue destroying the U.S. dollar at our current pace, toilet paper will eventually be more valuable than U.S. dollars.
Gold Could Offer a Way out of Switzerland Failing Inflationist Experiment.
Switzerland could break with the globally pervasive regulations which suppress the potential of gold to develop fully as a nonstate money. Swiss banks, already expert at servicing gold deposit accounts for their clients, would get permission to establish a clearinghouse in Zurich for settling transactions between themselves in the yellow metal (in, say, kilogram gold bars deliverable in Switzerland), thereby facilitating direct payments in gold by their clients for goods or assets without having to pass through the US dollar.
The World Gold Council announced, on Sunday, that the central banks possession of gold increased.
It is noteworthy that the World Gold Council, which is headquartered in the United Kingdom, has extensive experience and deep knowledge of the factors causing market change and its members consist of the largest and most advanced gold mining companies in the world.
Sources: search4dinar.wordpress.com, mises.org
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> Top Metals Producing Countries?
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> What Are The Top Metals Investment Resources?
> Where to Trade Metals?
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