I’m in total agreement with you about the dollar @mosigman, the best haven in immediate terms by far.
Although, depending on your time preference,I think BTC will be a far superior haven than gold. Controversial I know , but after Mays halving (where the block reward to miners is halved so halving the bitcoin generated) the stock to flow of BTC will be approx. 52 from its current 27.
Gold had a stock to flow of 62 [this means it’d take 62 years at current mining rates to dig out all the gold in current circulation - i.e current Au annual mining is approx. 3000 metric tonnes, current circulation is approx 185,000 metric tonnes],the higher the ratio the harder the money, so, as time passes BTC becomes more deflationary due to its monetary policy, it’ll half again in 2024 bringing the S/F to 113, this will reflect the price point of bitcoin in the future having a S/F double that of gold.
Obviously nothing is certain, Gold will never go to zero, it’ll always have utility, Bitcoin may become the victim of a black swan event but as a safe haven its debatably the best asset out there long term.
Still, given a kilo of gold to sit on I’d happily oblige