The head of Odey Asset Management announced a possible ban on the private storage of gold due to rising inflation


Crispin Odi, the head of the Odey Asset Management funding fund, instructed buyers that central banks may ban private possession of gold. It's reported by Bloomberg.

He clarified that the ban on the possession of the valuable metallic could possibly be the consequence of rising inflation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“The story is full of examples when rulers in instances of disaster resorted to over-issuing cash,” He writes, referring to the interval of the Nice Despair in the early 1930s, when the Federal Reserve banned private possession of gold.

In accordance to his calculations, greenback inflation might develop to 5-15% in the subsequent 15 months. This may adversely have an effect on long-term bonds and the inventory market. As a consequence, US authorities can resort to new stimulating measures for the economic system:


“The authorities will battle these prevailing developments at each flip. I count on them to lose this battle. "

A possible ban on the storage of gold makes Bitcoin a extra worthwhile different. In contrast to valuable metallic, cryptocurrency is totally digital, making it more durable to confiscate. The billionaire and the head of the Tudor BVI funding fund, Paul Tudor Jones, instructed his shoppers in early Might that he thought-about buying and selling in bitcoin futures as insurance coverage in opposition to the present coverage of central banks. He shares Odi's view of a possible enhance in inflation, selecting gold and bitcoin as different protecting belongings.

Later, Paul Tudor estimated the whole quantity of his bitcoin belongings at $ 100 million.

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