$255 Trillion Global Debt Bubble May Burst In 2020 – Prepare Now

Source: Bloomberg

◆ Global debt has risen to another record at $255 trillion due to cheap borrowing costs.

◆ A decade of easy money has left the world with a record $250 trillion of government, corporate and household debt.


This is almost three times global economic output and equates to about $32,500 for every man, woman and child on earth.

◆ “With central bank rates at their lowest levels and U.S. Treasuries at their richest valuations in 100 years, we appear to be close to bubble territory, but we don’t know how or when this bubble will burst…”

◆ The way out for a world economy hooked on debt is not more debt.

◆ Prepare now with physical gold coins and bars in fully segregated storage in Singapore and Zurich.

Full article and charts on Bloomberg

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GOLD PRICES (USD, GBP & EUR – AM/ PM LBMA Fix)

29-Nov-19 1456.35 1460.15, 1129.55 1131.32 & 1323.24 1327.42
28-Nov-19 1457.55 1454.65, 1127.27 1127.35 & 1323.60 1321.84
27-Nov-19 1459.80 1454.35, 1134.12 1129.74 & 1326.23 1322.30
26-Nov-19 1457.65 1454.65, 1133.76 1131.86 & 1322.96 1321.11
25-Nov-19 1459.45 1458.40, 1133.41 1130.84 & 1325.33 1323.35
22-Nov-19 1471.30 1464.45, 1143.05 1140.22 & 1330.35 1326.06
19-Nov-19 1464.90 1468.45, 1132.37 1134.23 & 1323.68 1325.86
18-Nov-19 1458.40 1467.65, 1124.86 1132.59 & 1318.10 1325.88
15-Nov-19 1465.60 1466.90, 1138.04 1136.41 & 1329.59 1327.84
14-Nov-19 1467.65 1466.65, 1141.39 1142.52 & 1334.24 1333.18


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