The global monetary system is on the brink of significant change, with potential repercussions for the dominance of the U.S. dollar. A major shift might occur if Saudi Arabia joins the BRICS alliance and opts to break the petrodollar system by selling its oil in other currencies. Such a move could diminish the dollar’s role as the primary global reserve currency. Although there isn’t an immediate alternative to the dollar, gold stands out as a potential hedge. Investors are advised to diversify, emphasizing physical gold, cash, and commodities for wealth protection. In the evolving landscape, sectors like gold mining and energy could benefit, while the tech industry may face challenges.