Lynette Zang has held the position of Chief Market Analyst at ITM Trading since 2002. Ms. Zang has been in the markets on some level since 1964. She has been a banker, a stockbroker and studied world currencies since 1987.  She believes strongly that we need to be as independent as possible and at the same time, we need to come together as a community in order to survive and thrive through hyperinflation. Her motto is food, water, energy, security, community, barter ability, and wealth preservation.

Lynette has a diverse background in finance and sees herself as guided to do this work.  From an early age, she was influenced by her uncle who showed her the importance of holding physical hard assets, such as gold.

To this day, Lynette views herself as an artist.  And she considers her power-point presentations on YouTube as an art form.  She says that when you see yourself an artist, you have an advantage because you look at things from a creative perspective.  Even if you are looking at the same graph or chart hundreds of times, you can still see something different.  It all goes back to having a creative mindset.  She encourages people to step back and look at things a little bit differently to open up a whole new world of understanding, vision and education.

Lynette talks about the current financial system and the ways in which it is breaking down.  It’s important to note that Lynette has studied currencies since 1987.  As a stockbroker and artist, she sees patterns in the currencies. Lynette discovered that currencies have a life cycle, just like anything else.  She says that “the problem we are all dealing with, even though we don’t realize it, is that there’s virtually no purchasing power left in the original dollar.”  Officially, according to the Federal Reserve, we’ve lost about 98% out of the purchasing power value of the dollar.

This goes back President Nixon taking the US off of the gold standard back in 1971,  What he really did was hand over full control and the power over inflation to central bankers.  According to Lynette, the reset of the global monetary system is inevitable, because central banks are out of tools.  They have to shift us to a new DIGITAL system.  In this way, we’re moving from “good money” gold to fiat money and now to a programmable and controllable digital system of money.

To maintain our purchasing power and protect our standard of living, Lynette reminds people to hold “real money” gold.  She says that when inflation gets out of control and goes into hyperinflation, and all confidence in the currency goes away, then the governments will reset the currency against one thing: gold.  Throughout history, this has happened over 4800 times.  The reason they use gold is because it’s the only financial instrument that runs no counter party risk.  Very simply, if you hold it, you own it.  Furthermore, gold has been proven to protect people during a crisis.

However beyond physical assets like gold and silver, Lynette also talks about food, water, energy, security, community and shelter.  “These are things we need to have a reasonable standard of living.”  She says we all got a glimpse of this at the beginning of the pandemic with supply chain disruptions and shortages.

Lynette has created a food forest at her property in Arizona. It started as a way to feed her family, but it’s expanded to a means of feeding her community.  Lynette says that she would feed the world, if she could!  She created this food forest on only a ½ an acre of land.  She grows an abundance of fruits, vegetables, and herbs as well as small ponds filled with tilapia, plus chickens and ducks for eggs.

In an earlier episode, author Jerry Lynch says that the word “crisis” in Chinese can be translated as “opportunity blowing on a dangerous wind.”  Lynette echoes this by saying that if you know what you’re doing, there is opportunity during these turbulent times.  That is why people need financial education: “You want to be in the right place, at the right time, with the right asset.”

Currently, the price of gold has been artificially suppressed.   As she says, a rising gold price is an indication of a failing currency.  In this way, it’s highly undervalued.

Lynette encourages people not to lose hope.  One of the best things people can do is to connect with like-minded people and rely on the power of community.   People with different skill sets can come together and make the whole better.  She says: “don’t give up hope, I have a lot of hope.”

Every day, Lynette asks a higher power this question: “how can I be of service.”  She feels very guided and believes that her job is to share the gifts that she’s been given.

You can watch Lynette Zang on her YouTube channel right here. 

And you can visit ITM Trading right here.