3 Min. Gold News – Synopsis of Lynette Zang with Daniela Cambone at Stansberry – January 5, 2022


3 Min. Gold News

An interview synopsis of Lynette Zang, Chief Market Analyst at ITM Trading with Daniela Cambone , Editor-At-Large and Anchor at Stansberry Research.



Stock Market
Protecting Yourself
Gold Miners
CBDCs vs. Wall Street
Financial Crisis


synopsis by Elaine Diane Taylor


Stocks valuations are through the roof.

A lot of change is coming but that change is going to be hidden.

2022 is a pivotal year going into 2023 because LIBOR is going into effect, finishing up going into 2023, and meanwhile, presumably, the U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency(CBDC) will be created.

All of the current contracts are going to have to transition, so 2022 is going to be an interesting year.

Also, we’re watching the Federal Reserve (Fed) attempt to slow down their purchases and to raise interest rates.

We’re at the end of a long term trend in the downward value of government based fiat money.

We’re going to have a very volatile year as the Fed fights for its credibility.

There’s no doubt we’re in a transition.


Inflation is baked into the very essence of all fiat currency.

(Fiat currency loses its value over time as more debt is created to pay the interest owed on the previous debt. The drop in value means the debt is paid back with currency that is worth less and less over time.)

It was recently stated on CNBC that corporate profits will always exceed the rate of inflatiion, but even if it does it does not exceed the real rate of inflation.

That’s because the corporate profits increase while the value of the employee’s pay decreases. By design corporations want to pay employees less and less in order to create more profit.

The Fed created the current inflation because they wanted it.

Now they’re fingerpointing and blaming the inflation on things like the supply chain, but it’s not real.

They wanted inflation.

In 2008 the financial system died, and the Fed started massive moneyprinting to try to save it.

Since that time more and more debt has come into the system which means more and more money has come into the system.

As long as that money was just contained inside the stock market then it went well for those in the stock market.

But, this time around they had to give some money to the little guy (the average consumer), too.

Then supply chain issues of the unavailabilty of employees and goods and services happened. Now the cash that was given to the consumers is chasing the limited number of goods.

So the prices have gone up.

Inflation is the basis of this monetary system. Right from the beginning.


Look at everything you need to have a comfortable standard of living:

– food (including medications)
– water
– energy
– security
– barterability
– wealth preservation
– community
– shelter

These are the things you need in order to have a stable foundation no matter what’s happening in the economy.


Be your own central banker by owning some physical gold.

Those in power can manipulate the price, but at the end of the day gold is what they value.

It’s a way to preserve the wealth that you’ve worked so hard to accumulate.

Gold gives you the ability to take advantage of what no one is going to be able to avoid – a complete transition, and hyperinflationary collapse of the current global monetary system.

Lynette owns some platinum as an investment because of its scarcity, but has gold and silver to protect her wealth.


Lynette is focused on physical gold for preserving wealth. Gold miners are corporations which are subject to debt and have counterparty risk.

Right now it’s best to eliminate as much counterparty risk as possible.

Physical gold and silver in your own custody are your only financial assets with no counterparty risk.


Lynette is being extremely conservative in 2022, by holding mostly physical gold and silver in her portfolio, while she waits for the dust to settle.


Lynette personally doesn’t own any cryptos.

She feels that cryptocurrencies have been used to make the population comfortable in order to transfer us to programmable money (CBDCs).

Her feeling is that those in power believe the general population needs to feel a lot of pain in order to accept what they want to implement (which is a digital ID with all of your banking and transaction information. Controlled by them. Tracked by them.).

Wall Street has accepted Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

Cryptos are not going away but Lynette is waiting for the dust to settle on their valuation.

It’s a baby market that hasn’t been tested in a crisis (or a rising interest rate environment, Daniela adds).


There’s been a battle going on between the private cryptocurrencies and the central bank created cryptocurrencies.

It’s hard to imagine the central bankers giving up power and letting private companies have a turn creating money.


Look at how China handled private crypto. At first they said their government fiat would run side-by-side with private crypto (Bitcoin).

Then they changed their mind and said no Bitcoin because the population was not adopting their CBDC as fast as they wanted.


We’re inside a huge battle.

Now it’s Wall Street vs. central banks.

Someone is going to win.

Hopefully a massive amount of the public don’t lose in this battle.

Hopefully there’s enough people in physical metals that can force choices.

Lynette’s biggest concern is the loss of freedom of choice for the public.


The crisis is already here.

It began in 2008.

It’s hard to see because of the artificial interest rates, the pumped up stock market and the increase in wages for the lowest wage earners.

The masses have the most to lose.

Also, those who are all in the stock market. The stock values could go to $50 trillion, but if you converted it to dollars that bought nothing, (because the value of the dollar dropped so low,) then what would you have?

You’d have nothing.

The central banker’s digital money will be issued in a programmable money in a new financial system.

The ones most vulnerable will be those who have not created independence from the system.


For someone new to this it can be overwhelming.

But, how to you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. :)

Write down your needs on a piece of paper:

– food (including medications)
– water
– energy
– security
– barterability (something to trade with)
– wealth preservation
– community
– shelter

Ask yourself where you feel the most vulnerable.

If you’re all in on the stock market and you’re concerned about a major drop in value, then you might want to get some physical gold so that you have something that is going up in the dollar value as the market is going down.

Then you’d have a diversified portfolio. Maybe you do some of that.

If you don’t grow your own food then maybe you want some silver so you can trade if there’s a crisis, or get yourself some dry food storage. Or throw some sprouting seeds in the freezer.

Just look where you’re the most vulnerable and start to fill those holes.

Then at least you’re better off tomorrow than you are today.


Community is so important.

The supply chain issues in 2020 had no impact on Lynette because she was prepared ahead of time and could help others.

Different people have different skill sets and assets and can help each other to be independent of the system.

Community is really important.

Lynette Zang can be found on Twitter and at ITM Trading.

Daniela Cambone can be found on Twitter and at DanielaCambone.com


Nothing on this site is intended as individual investment advice. We’re all watching which way the wind is blowing.


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My Thoughts

Happy New Year!

I love the way Lynette focuses on a whole life. She’s big into helping people get themselves some physical gold and silver, but she also all about seeing what’s coming, and helping people get out of depending on a system that isn’t your friend.

Daniela is always wonderful to watch. She supports and guides her interviewees so they can bring out their information in a concise and fun manner.

Systems fall apart when there’s an increase in the difference between the haves and have nots. Fiat money system all fall down, every one, and so those with power knew it was coming. It’s been in the works for years – the slow massaging of the masses so they’ll accept a solution to that increase in stress – a solution that is not in the masses’ best interest.

My songwriting so far in 2022 has focused on the Wall Street digital currencies vs. the IMF’s CBDCs.  For all my gold lovers I promise to return to my foundation of gold (and you notice I mention gold even in the crypto songs).

The first song, Excellent Radiant Peace, talks about the new financial system from the angle of a few who are looking ahead and packing their bags for a journey. We are all on the journey from a mechanical system to a digital one. One that runs on a blockchain.

A blockchain is just a ledger that documents every transaction. A public blockchain can’t have the sneaking theft of the current system – and so there’s the hope of a peaceful future that has a level playing field. This song is about preparing for this event. It will include storms. A sudden storm. A dipping candle (like a storm but also in technical analysis). It will include those who are unprepared and unaware. It will leave the breathless on the shores of space and time. It has the hope of an excellent, radiant peace. My personal belief is that gold is the underpinning physical element behind all of the digital layer.

The second song, Sow Every Cent, also known as “Sow Every Cent (you bastards)” is about the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and how power is being used to choose the winners and losers, in the battle that Lynette is speaking about above. The SEC launched a lawsuit against one of the private cryptocurrency companies, called Ripple, in order to slow down Ripple’s success and elevate another chosen crypto’s chances of adoption. Insiders were encouraged to buy the “winning” cryptocurrency anonymously to avoid taxes. That’s where the system is. People are people, and given a set of options there are those who will loot and steal. A firm law system is necessary to keep a system going. In response, the investors in the crypto called XRP were harmed by the SEC actions and so have launched a class action against the SEC. This is the part where the public needs to stand together against the government trying to take choices from the masses without their knowledge or consent.

The bigger issue I’m talking about is that those with power don’t want to lose it. That’s okay, until deception, mass media persuasion and misuse of trust come into play. Unfortunately we’re there. But there’s hope for a way to prepare. Always a way out for those looking. :)

This change from mechanical to digital will alter all of our lives in profound ways. To stay in control, to have options, and to speculate and invest in opportunities, we must watch and prepare and come together to support the rights of the citizen to be free of force, and the absolute blindsiding of the average citizen.

Fun, light music with scathing lyrics.

I’ll talk more about this in the future.

I hope you enjoy the music. The lyrics are four layers deep and hit the heart geo-politically and personally.

I’m moving into NFT and arranging for benefits for early supporters – perhaps input into future writings, secret live recordings and performances, and such. We’ll see. A wonderful new world. :)

I wish you the best in 2022.

The opportunities are outstanding for the prepared. We stand together. Love you all.



Thank you to Jim Rickards for including me in his bestselling book The New Case for Gold.

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Thanks to Mike Maloney for including me in his bestselling series Hidden Secrets of Money.

Coins and Crowns

words and music Elaine Diane Taylor
from the album Coins and Crowns

Coins and Crowns is featured in Episode 1 of Mike Maloney’s documentary series Hidden Secrets of Money.


Not Much of a Holiday (Bank Holidays and Media Persuasion)

words and music Elaine Diane Taylor

Single available on iTunes


A Terrible Breeze    (War and Social Media)

The news comes down
A little bluebird sings
Words of war
Fire and furious things
Of testing might
‘Til no patience knows
If keeping still
Still keeps you safe at home

It’s a terrible breeze
They speak of today
Of threats that used to live a world away
We all know wind
Can blow both ways
And a terrible breeze can blow it all away

A worldwide net
Sees our village grow
Until we all forget
What each one used to know
How a blind bird’s wings
Can reach the shore
And turn the wheel of peace and war

Village fools sinking down, down, down
Debt and gold wound in numbered shrouds
Deal of a life it’s bread and clowns
Can we afford another go around?
The news comes down.

It’s a terrible breeze. The news comes down.

words and music Elaine Diane Taylor

Single available on iTunes



Preparing for the Fall is a live boutique album available for digital download  — featuring Wag the Dog, Black Swan Dive,  American Pie and Gods of the Copybook Headings. Also available on iTunes, Google Music, Amazon Music and major digital distributors.


The Gods of the Copybook Headings

words by Rudyard Kipling and music by Elaine Diane Taylor

from the album Preparing for the Fall.

The copybooks of the early 1900s gave us all the wisdom we need. The sayings that were copied are the truths, the gods of our world. All the empires who followed the gods of the marketplace have fallen, and there’s terror and slaughter when the gods of the copybook headings return. The lyrics are by Rudyard Kipling. One of my gurus.

Another Week on Wall Street

words and music Elaine Diane Taylor

from the album Coins and Crowns.

A little grease (Greece) is floating out to sea, and little pigs (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain) are bobbing up and down, they’ll send a storm and we’ll see, when the tide goes out who’s naked on the beach“. The world is changing as we know it.


Nothing on this site is intended as individual investment advice. We’re all watching which way the wind is blowing.


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