Introducing the ‘Fiat Money Quantity’ measure
This week’s podcast interview introduces a new monetary measurement developed by Alasdair Macleod: the ‘Fiat Quantity of Money’, or FMQ.
Alasdair explains how FMQ is derived, as well as what it can tell us about the true levels of fiat money supply. In the case of the dollar, it reveals that levels are far above what is commonly appreciated – so far, in fact, that a currency crisis could arrive sooner than even many dollar bears expect.
What ‘Fiat Money Quantity’ (FMQ) Is Signaling
I started off with the desire to put together a metric of money which allows me to compare sound money with fiat money. My approach to this was to look at what happens in how fiat money was created.
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