Monday, July 9, 2018

"The Gold Standard ZIM, VND, IQD" by Maijanfad , 9 JULY

We all have seen rates for Zimbabwe Dollar (ZIM), Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), Vietnamese Dong (VND), Iraqis Dinar (IQD) and Iranian Rial (IRR) frequently cited by the intel providers and wondering where did they get them from. 

Until to date we continue to wonder not only for the sources of those alleged rates but also the likelihood of what the rates might actually be like when the gold standard is reintroduced. 

United States (US) government de-pegged US Dollar from the gold standard in 1971. 

Let’s assume that the gold standard is reintroduced using the 1971 exchange rates. 

Using historical exchange rates given below, we could anticipate the rates that are likely to be used when the gold-backed US Dollar is reintroduced. 

Accordingly, in US Dollar. 

Source: http://fxtop.com/en/historical-exchange-rates.php?MA=1 (8 July 2018) 

Based on my analysis, the currency that has a potential of going forward for revaluation (RV) through re-instatement (RI), with- or with-out NESARA/GESARA, is IDQ due to not only its macro-economic indicators but also its relationship to Kuwait’s Dinar (KWD).

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