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Comment: Correct me if im wrong

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Correct me if im wrong

Ive heard a fiat money system ends every forty year. A friend told me that hasnt always been the case. The British used sticks (forget what they were called) for well over forty years. The forty year year seems more like a rule of thumb.

Ive been thinking all day about an article i read a couple weeks ago by,I think, Jim Sinclair, in which he says a mathematical formula exists that puts the failure of public trust in paper money at a time when gold reaches $1,764(?). On the 40th anniversary of the closing of the gold window gold closed at $1,766.