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“If you print money, believe me, the price of gold in terms of Dollars will go up, and it’s an absolute proven fact gold has been money for 6000 years, they have tried to make paper money over these many years but it never works.”
“Inflation is an increase in the supply of money and since ’08 they have quadrupled the supply of Federal Reserve Credit,
and they are buying $85 Billion a month of Treasury Bills at the same time last week they bought $60 Billion that’s the Inflation, that’s the distortion of market.”
April 12, 2013
Gloom, Boom and Doom Report Publisher marc Faber discusses the markets, gold and his investment strategy on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
March 20, 2013
Ron Paul discusses Cyprus, Quantitative easing, bubbles, fixing the price of money, and a return to the gold standard.
March 18, 2013
Peter Schiff declares that banks are just a rate hike or two away from insolvency and all of the other guests scramble to put the cat back in the bag.
March 14, 2013
James Rickards, senior managing director at Tangent Capital Partners, talks with Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua about a currency war he believes started in the United States in 2010.
Jim Rickards, ” I understand the dynamic of this, I don’t quite get the euphoria. So the Dow’s where it was over 5 years ago, the S&P is where it was 13 years ago, stocks have gone nowhere for 1/2 a generation. That seems more of a cause for a depression rather than a celebration. But, the dynamics are easy to understand; the Fed is printing money, you print a trillion Dollars of free money, hand it out, and stocks are going to go up. I don’t think there’s any magic to it. The fundamentals aren’t going to support it, but the free money will. Now it’s probably the beginning of a bubble, but the problem with bubbles is you can say it’s a bubble but you don’t know when it’s going to burst.”
March 5, 2013
“The Fed is printing a lot of money. They are forcing people into markets. You shouldn’t be buying securities because you’re forced to buy them by zero rates. You should buy them because you think they’re great value. They’re great value only relative to zero interest rates. They’re not great value on an absolute basis.”
The Andy Dean Show
February 27, 2013
Andy debates Ali Velshi, CNN’s Chief Business Correspondent, about the sequester cuts. From the nationally syndicated program America Now with Andy Dean.
February 19, 2012
Peter Schiff discusses markets and gold valuation, and makes salient points regarding inflation, the real estate bubble, and markets being blindsided.
“If big financial institutions can break the law, and drag in billions in profits, and then turn around and settle, paying out of these profits, they don’t have much incentive to follow the law. It’s also the case that every time there is a settlement, and not a trial, It means that we didn’t have those days and days and days of testimony of what those financial institutions had been up to.”
February 15, 2013
“The problem is so severe at this stage that unless we come to terms with it in a large way, we are running into very serious trouble.”
January 19, 2013
In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the currency war masquerading as a ‘storage plan,’ the Bond Kings threatening the gold repatriating Germany with having a Libya done to them and the Mexican taco stand in Florida advising customers to invest in silver. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Doug Casey of CaseyResearch.com about German gold, Glenn’s Gulch and future war.
With Japan, China and the U.S. all pursuing weak-currency policies, other major economies are retaliating. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks to James Rickards of Tangent Capital Partners about whether the drive to devalue will set off a trade crisis.
January 22, 2012
Stack’s Bowers Galleries Chairman Emeritus Q. David Bowers discusses the auction of rare coins and the investment value in coins. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Money Moves.”
Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) — Lakshman Achuthan, chief operations officer of the Economic Cycle Research Institute, talks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance” about the U.S. economy and Recession.
India and China considering paying for Iranian oil in gold instead of US dollars in order to circumvent the oil embargo. This could severely hurt the sanctions that the US and Europe are imposing in an attempt to shut down the Iranian nuclear program. Circumventing the dollar is also not good for the value of the Read more »
Is Gold Money? Rep Congressman Ron Paul asks Ben Bernanke about why they have spent $5.3 trillion, giving money to bankers and corporations. He also asks Bernanke the question – Is gold money?
The economic situation is discussed by Lakshman Atchuthan, Managing Director of ECRI, interviewed on CNBC on the current economic worldwide condition. He says to look for more recessions more often due to current trends in the market. He also says that we are no longer in recovery mode as we examine the economic situation.
The fundamentals for gold and silver are discussed by Jeff Nichols of American Precious Metals Advisors Inc. on Bloomberg speaking on the possible future fundamentals for gold and silver.
The World Reserve Currency is on Peter Schiff’s mind as he comments on the Soros meeting at Bretton Woods and that the problem is that the US Dollar is the world’s reserve currency and that we have been abusing this status. Peter states that interest rates worldwide are too low and that the US can only run these huge deficits because it has the status of World Reserve Currency.
A credit rating loss is what the U.S. in danger of with credit ratings agencies warning that the debt and deficit levels are unsustainable and they may be forced to lower the of the U.S. from AAA with a credit rating loss.
The US Dollar is Losing Status, says Peter Schiff on CNBC saying that Americans need to prepare for a dollar collapse as the US Dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency slowly evaporates. He believes that we are going to see a lot of inflation here in the US as the dollars that we printed come home and present us with a US Dollar that is losing status.
In an interview with Jim Rickards discussing bailouts on CNBC, Jim says that because all bad risks taken by companies and countries are bailed out, it is hard to say if there is a real recovery or real growth. He also says that nothing is being resolved, just more printed money and therefore it will be resolved in the future.
Interview with Frank Holmes, CEO of US Global Investors states that he believes that gold will compound at 15% annually for the next 5 years.
Egon Von Gruyerz, founder of goldswitzerland.com, was interviewed on CNBC and stated that he believed gold will go to somewhere between $5,000 to $10,000 per ounce.
Ron Paul interviewed on CNBC, breaking down exactly what we are experiencing right now is the economy.
Peter Schiff talks about the economy and Gold. He believes that gold and the Dow will once again reach a ratio of 1 to 1 like it did in 1980
Jim Rickards comments on the current situation in Greece and he also says he believes gold will go to $5,000 per ounce.
Jim Rodgers appears on Bloomberg and discusses his thoughts on the current gold bull market and where it is headed.
James G. Rickards discusses how the U.S. is engaging in currency warfare with Iran.
Ron Paul On The Kudlow Report 01.30.2012