THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
We spend the first hour going back to the First Bank of The United States in 1793 and get a closer look of how the banking folks controlling the Dollar got to where they are today. History not taught in schools, of any stripe.
Andrew Gause may just be the top man anywhere for the highest quality analysis into the world of money we all live in. Andrew is a currency historian, an internationally recognized expert on the United States monetary system. He’s written two books, “The Secret World of Money” and “Uncle Sam Cooks the Books”. You can order these books as well as speak to Andrew personally. As a One Radio Network listener, you’ll have highest priority in his phone time. His # is 800.468.2646
How the gold and silver markets got under the control of people manipulating the prices
Hear some curious stories about Andrew Jackson and the economic revival he initiated by taking over the Federal Reserve Banks
And the President who had the shortest run in history, seems he ate a bowl of cherries that were “tainted”
There are 1,250 Trillion worth of Derivatives, which is really genetically modified money.
GDP is chugging along at 4.5%, now the Bond and Stock Market Bubble are our biggest financial challenges
Amazon to have 3,000 convenience stores geared to lunch crowds with not money, no checkouts, grab what you want and walk out..no lines
Andy gives his rules if he were to buy into a “Basic minimum income for all”
The risks and rewards of income producing property
The USG claims they have about 450 Billion Dollars of gold at Fort Knox
Per your comments on previous shows you mentioned that the price of gold was kept low by short sellers. Eventually these people or institutions will have to get rid of their short positions. Will this not raise the price of gold significantly if the positions are closed quickly.
Please ask Andy if he can talk a little about his rental property.
Why did he decide to own it?
How long has he owned it?
How many units? What is the cap rate? etc..
What is Andrew’s prediction for the prices of gold and silver in the end of December this year ?
What reason would the Fed have for keeping it’s gold inventory priced so low? Could it be that they are keeping their options open should they decide to do a confiscation…without compensating at the market rate?
Gentleman,,,good morning,,,would it be fair to say that if todays price of gold,, could be priced in 1980 Dollars,,its price would be around $400.0?
Andre Gause and the Real World of Money, September 26, 2018 ONE
Andre Gause and the Real World of Money, September 26, 2018 TWO