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Sunday, March 17, 2013
Top Banks in the World by Bankersalamanac.com
See how Sovereign Trust compares with the top 50 banks of the
figures you see below are reprinted here for comparison only, to show
Trust stacks up with the top 50
international banks. Surprisingly, you will see that ST can easily stand
toe to toe with these
banks in terms of assets. For
example, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc , Edinburgh , UK according
to the list is the top bank with a capital base of $14.355 billion USD.
ST with a capital base of more than
$87 billion USD in gold reserves far
exceeds the top bank on the list. It is not clear how the Bankers
Almanac based their
report, ST assumes the figures are
based on "cash" or liquid assets. As a private Sovereign bank, ST is not
as a bank with the Bankers Almanac
and therefore the almanac cannot publish accurate information about ST
and its assets.
ST as a private bank does not
provide private information to the public to protect the privacy of our
clients. ST is not in
competition with these banks. With
the assets held by ST we can do everything these international banks can
do plus a whole
lot more. None of these banks can be
considered debt-free and therefore none of them can do what ST can do
such as provide
interest-free financing to major
infrastructure projects for big corporations and governments. Our assets
are not 100% liquid
because liquid assets evaporate. For
example the liquid assets held by these banks will always decrease in
value because these
assets are all created out of
nothing especially the assets held by Federal Reserve banks in North
America. Unlike gold which
is God-made, all such liquid assets
such as cash and computer monies, all man-made assets that are created
by the banks out
of thin air will go back to nothing
again. ST's assets are solid, gold and other precious metals are
measured by weight, quantity
and quality as they are not
man-made. The values of these assets remain constant, their value will
never depreciate over time.
ST's assets are not "money" but
these assets can be turned into "money" just like any God-made
Our assets have their own permanent
biggest asset is our people. Presently,
there are now more than 10,000 ST
members and this number is steadily increasing. As the mainstream banks
continue to disappear
due to lack of capital and
bankruptcy, more and more people are discovering ST as the only viable
alternative. These ST members
are the major source of our liquid
assets. The average ST member has a deposit of at least $1,000,000.00
which sums up to
an average "cash" value of more than
$10,000,000,000.00 in liquid assets available to ST at any given time.
in the United States can even come
to close to what we have. No wonder they are jealous about us.
does not have the same amount of
"cash" or cash equivalents (credits). Why? This is because liquid assets
these assets do not hold their
values. Just look at the price of gas and other God-made assets that
seem to always go up in
value. These assets do not really go
up in value at all. It is just an illusion because it is the "money"
decreases in value, not the God-made
things. A gallon of gas will always be a gallon of gas forever. But the
money) we use to trade or buy the
commodity with always go down in value. So these days, the price of gold
is about $1,000
per ounce; tomorrow the same ounce
of gold could be be $2,000 per ounce. Rising prices? Not really. No such
thing as rising
prices. It is just money turning
into toilet paper, whether its dollars, euros, pesos, or yen, they will
all go back to nothing.
Here today, gone tomorrow. Not ST.
We will be here when everyone is gone.
if you hear about
some of these banks bad-mouthing ST,
it is because ST is able to do what they can do. They don't want their
clients to know
about ST. ST is the bad bank, the
renegade bank, the unlicensed bank, the unregistered bank, etc., etc.
Some government agencies
even published "Consumer Alerts"
about ST. Big deal, what does that do? ST does not even deal with
only deals with private
sophisticated investors, not "consumers." ST is always ready, willing
and able to show anyone
and put our money where our mouth