GOLD / INFLATION INDEX INDICATOR

The GII Indicator tool exposes the secrets of the Federal Reserve by measuring the TRUE LEVERAGE sitting on the central bank balance sheet against the real value of gold and where that leverage stands today. Simply hover your cursor over the red dot from any time since 1913, or use the forward and backward arrows to see the actual central bank leverage ratio throughout history revealed.




Gold Price

$1,721.17



Central Bank Leverage Ratio

19.77

Federal Reserve Balance Sheet

Assets: $8,939,199

Liabilities: $8,897,939

Equity: $41,259

Leverage Ratio: 217X


Price of Gold: 1721.17

Fed Gold Valuation: 11000.00

Troy OZ of Gold: 261,498,683

Metric Tonnes of Gold: 8,134

Equity Remaining:

True Assets: 8939199

Liabilities: 8897940

True Equity: 480343

True Value of Gold: 450084

Central Bank Leverage Ratio: 19.77



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FUTURE GOLD PRICE ?

Input your own variables to see how that scenario could impact the future price of gold!

Choose Year


Total Liabilities (Billions)

Estimated year end Federal Reserve balance sheet

$

Central Bank Leverage Ratio

Equity with Gold $



Future Gold Price
$1,721.17



1913-1933

1.8x

Excellent

1934-1971

3.4x

Good

1972-2013

5.26x

Fair

2014-2020

12.83x

Poor

2022

17.27x

Very Poor

Choose a FED Score above to see how the Central Bank Leverage Ratio effects the future gold price!




The GII Indicator tool is a relative measurement device that helps us to identify potential inflation by comparing the potential future total liabilities on the Federal Reserve balance sheet against their total gold holdings valued at the market price. The higher the ratio, the greater the indication of true inflation. This tool is not meant to be a predictor of the future gold prices as much as an indicator of actual future leverage against gold. Notice that the lower the leverage ratio, the higher the gold price. The higher the leverage ratio, the lower the gold price.