Many Americans were anticipating the presidential race to be one of the last hurdles to face this year. But we were wrong.
Tens of millions of Americans are fed up and are ready to fight back.
70% of Republicans don’t believe the election was free and fair. In fact, Trump has won over 72 million votes and the number continues to rise.
Multiple news outlets have reported that former Vice President Joe Biden has won the election.
On the reverse side, stories are emerging on voter fraud with ballots being cast from dead people.
President Trump’s legal team is not backing down and is wasting no time publicizing their strategy to fight back.
Georgia is ordering a full recount statewide. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger shared his views on his decisions, commenting that the margin was so close that a by-hand recount was necessary for each county.
By doing so, he acknowledged that it would be a heavy lift, but regardless, his team would work with the counties to get the task done by Nov. 20th, the deadline for his state certification.
News of Biden’s lead slipping away in Arizona has also surfaced. Biden led by tens of thousands of votes, but that shrunk to a mere 12,800 with over 46,000 ballots still left to be counted.
Even if Biden were to win, it’s likely that the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates low until the economy is “stable” again. But it seems as though the Fed is setting the stage for huge problems by pumping trillions of dollars in the process.
In reality, it’s more likely that they are putting our economic future at risk.
Inflation is estimated to rise with The Hill reporting, “In an inflationary environment, the dollar’s purchasing power is likely to be diminished, and those on fixed incomes such as pensioners and retirees are at the greatest risk. “
Americans are looking for financial safe-havens and alternative assets with a large majority turning to gold.
Despite volatility, many analysts are confident gold may keep on climbing. “All of the reasons for gold strength over the past few months are still in place. The horse has left the barn,” said Bryan Slusarchuk, CEO of mining company Fosterville South Exploration.
With the road to an economic recovery now dampened by the election results, there seems to be no better time than now to prepare for the risks that lie ahead.