from Gold Silver Worlds:
- The US national debt has been increasing exponentially since 1913.
- Prices for stocks, gold, crude oil, and almost everything else have increased similarly.
- Global monetary systems depend upon continued expansion of credit and debt. Expect more credit and debt.
DATA: I took monthly closing prices for crude oil, gold, soybeans, silver, and the S&P 500 index and averaged them to create annual prices. The following graph shows 20 years of those prices, all indexed back to 1994 = 1.0. They increased by about a factor of 4 with crude oil prices increasing the most over this 20 year period.
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