MONEY STOCK IS EQUAL TO MONEY SUPPLY @chris-d false statement

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MONEY STOCK IS EQUAL TO MONEY SUPPLY @chris-d false statement

chris-d says: “The reason I believe the dollar will go up is because our money stock is falling, our debt is forever increasing. Thus ever more dollars in circulation of which the supply is falling…”

chris-d’s statement is contradictory and blatantly FALSE. Therefore, his conclusion is just the opposite of what he says. He fails to realize that MONEY STOCK IS EQUAL TO MONEY SUPPLY.

Money Supply: DEFINITION of 'Money Supply'

The entire stock of currency and other liquid instruments in a country's economy as of a particular time. The money supply can include cash, coins and balances held in checking and savings accounts. Economists analyze the money supply and develop policies revolving around it through controlling interest rates and increasing or decreasing the amount of money flowing in the economy. Money supply data is collected, recorded and published periodically, typically by the country's government or central bank. Public and private sector analysis is performed because of the money supply's possible impacts on price level, inflation and the business cycle. In the United States, the Federal Reserve policy is the most important deciding factor in the money supply.

Money stock

(Also sometimes loosely referred to as the money supply, a term that, strictly speaking, should be reserved for the entire supply schedule of associated interest rates and the quantities of money that would be created at those rates.) The money stock is the total amount of money available in a particular economy at a particular point in time. Since many different things may serve more or less well as money (or close money substitutes), and since several different sorts of things may be serving as money at the same time in any particular economy, precise definition and measurement of the money stock presents some serious practical problems for the policy maker who wishes to use manipulation of the growth (or contraction) of the money stock as a tool of economic policy.

And here is proof Money Stock…ego Money Supply is INCREASING:
Since 1980 to present (34 years) the US Money Stock (ie Money Supply) is growing at a CAGR of 6%. However, since 1998 the growth in Money Supply has accelerated to 7.4% CAGR.

Consequently, chris-d premise is totally incorrect….therefore, historically a rapidly increasing Money Supply/Money Stock will decrease the value of the US GREENBACK…and thus fuel the price of gold to new all-time highs going forward(as many, many, many monetary pundits have forecast in recent weeks.


The total stock of money circulating in an economy is called money supply. And I am really agree with your opinion. I am really impressed that you have make this thing so clear to the audiences. If you see the money supply behind online casinos for usa players then it totally circulating the stock of money in a particular time. And it could be a very big reason why our money stock is falling. This writing helps me a lot to mesmerize informative tips. Keep this good work going man.