DJ: DID YOU KNOW?
We often hear the term trillion in our daily lives to the point it has become commonplace without fully comprehending how enormous the amount is. Considering the U.S. national Debt is over $30 trillion and the U.S money supply is now over $60 trillion, it may be something we should all start paying attention to.
The various types of money in the money supply are generally classified as Ms, such as MO, M1, M2, M3 and M4. According to the type and size of the account in which the instrument is kept.
MO = currency notes + coins + bank reserves
M1 = MO + demand deposits ( money that has to be paid on demand like savings or checking accounts)
M2 = M1 + marketable securities + other less liquid bank deposits
M3 = M2 + money market funds and long-term deposits
M4 = M3 + least liquid assets
Not all of the classifications are widely used, and these measures of “money supply” usually vary depending on the country. For example, the U.S. focuses on M0, M1 and M2 types to monitor our money supply. Whereas the Bank of England measures M4 types too. Other countries use a combination of some or all of these types to monitor their money supply, depending on the structure of their economy.
To put this in perspective, in the U.S. where the average annual income is around $50,000, saving a trillion dollars would take 20 million years. That’s longer than humans have existed.
If you started counting 1, 2, 3, figuring each count was one second. It would take 31,709.8 years to count to a trillion. A trillion seconds ago there was no written history.
1 trillion feet is 189,393,939 miles
So understand just how big some of the corporate giants are. Amazon is currently worth $1.7 trillion. Google is worth around $2 trillion and Microsoft is currently worth $2.5 trillion. Can anyone see an imbalance here?
If you have been following the GCR/RV/ Historic Asset Redemption, a trillion is thrown around in commonplace conversation like Monopoly money. If and when you get paid how will the money be downloaded into your account? Whatever bank it is has to accept these massive downloads of money and currently they can’t or won’t.
There is theory and reality. Considering each country determines its money supply, and therefore its value, on different M statuses, the complexity of doing exchanges from one type to the other is a nightmare. The values being stated for these instruments (currencies and bonds) cannot be achieved in the current money supply systems.
Impossible is an understatement. The reality is, the global monetary systems have been so expanded and corrupted it has to be redefined. In theory the QFS is supposed to be that definition. But is it fully functional? Has it fully integrated with the global financial structures? Has the old system been integrated out? Far as I can see it hasn’t.
The way money moves throughout the global financial systems is what still runs the world. There is a lot of speculation and conversation changes are in place but where are the results?
Skip the pregnancy just show me the baby, kind of thing.