Lynch said the pandemic has changed the world and there is no going back.
In many ways, with remote work and meetings, he said things will be more efficient.
However, at a macro level, the pandemic is crippling the economy and killing thousands of people.
Governments are technically insolvent, so they are printing money and there is no sign they are going to stop.
The pandemic crisis has caused great distress around the world, but it has also offered traders a golden opportunity to make significant profits and build a portfolio. Crisis creates opportunity.
The ability of central banks to use the paper markets to depress the price of gold and silver has ended as demand has surged in the physical market far beyond.
With a US election in November, political instability could further impact the US economy, scaring more people into the precious metals markets.
With the fundamentals of the economic turmoil caused by the pandemic and the political failure in the United States to control it, gold is rising fast.
Since 2013, central banks have been able to sell short on the paper markets to depress the price of gold and silver, while helping retain the value of the US.
That ability collapsed in March 2020 with the pandemic. Now, gold and silver are rising to find their true value as determined by supply and demand.