Andrew Gause

THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY

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
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Show Highlights:

-The banks have grown and prospered in the past years; how does it compare to your own lifestyle?

-Mortgage backed securities were actually synthetic securities; Andrew explains what this really means

-Legalizing the theft: It’s all just more of the same since 2008

-Andrew talks the games that are played with offshore corporations

-Currency wars are not the problem, the war on cash is

-Andrew elaborates on Social Security benefits; the Social Security Fund; and a book called Get What’s Yours http://library.moneymatters.com/social-security-webinar-what-just-happened

-Pondering the reason s why we don’t take care of our veterans

-Ted Cruz is being used as a false flag; he’s their boy and they want someone they can control

-Andrew makes a good case for why we need to implement tariffs

-Comment from a listener:The Republican establishment is undermining the primary voting process to block Votes for Trump. If he mounts a third party challenge Hillary will win for sure. A possible work around could be Trump choosing Bernie Sanders as VP. That way both the majority Dems and Reps who lost their primary votes could form a majority.

-Are bail ins now legal in the US or is the legislation still pending?

-When stacking coins when is a good time outside of retirement to unstack? Would you sell coins at a given price?

-The only plane flying the day after 9/11 was a plane full of Saudis going back home; Andrew elaborates on the Saudi Royal family

-It’s the beginning of another bull run according to Andrew regarding gold

-Question from a listener:Does Andy have any suggestions as how to arrange a deal with a sibling as a co-signer on a mortgage?Our income is increasing but we don’t have enough to qualify. The banks want two years of income. I am trying to come up with a plan, a business agreement, to present to one of my siblings who would qualify easily to do this with us.We will easily make the payments and we have some assets as collateral.What are some ways to arrange this? Pay them a monthly income? Share in any capital appreciation? Could the mortgage eventually be transferred to us completely?What are the downside risks?Andrew suggests a shared equity deal and explains what it entails

-Question from a listener:Some time ago Andy spoke about how the Chinese are buying land in and around NYC.I think I heard Andy say that there are contacts (websites, etc.) that can be reached out to if you have something the Chinese may want.I have 10 acres on the north shore of long island that being subdivided into 20 lots.Does Andy still have that information?

-Question from a listener:I work for the second largest food service distributor in the U.S. There have been rumors for several years that the company’s finances are not very good. Food service distribution is a very low profit margin business so this is quite possible. Last year the merger of our company with the largest food service distributor was blocked by the FTC leaving my company an independent entity. Shortly after the merger was blocked my company sent its employees a letter saying the company was going to offer stock– and that the employees would be gifted 10 shares. I am expecting an IPO shortly. Does this sound reasonable or is it possible the upper management is up to some shenanigans? With all we learned about finances from you I start getting suspicious when Wall St. gets involved. Any thoughts?

-Andrew talks about a business he has putting local farms and local restaurants together

-If the US were to raise tariffs, wouldn’t that decrease the trade deficit, and so keep more dollars within the county? My understanding is that the US government is able to fund its activities by exporting those dollars to the rest of the world. Bringing all the corporate profits home would surely have the same effect. Wouldn’t both cases lead to massive inflation of the dollar, even risking hyper-inflation? Andrew responds

-Why invest in numismatics? Isn’t that just speculation that Andrew always warns about?

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andy gause and the real world of money, april 13, 2016, hour one



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'Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money – Legalizing the Theft: It’s All Just More of the Same Since 2008 – April 13, 2016' has 1 comment

  1. April 19, 2016 @ 11:10 am Eric

    When can we expect the podcast to be uploaded? I really enjoy the show but the only time I can listen is during my commute, so streaming won’t work. It’s frustrating when the podcast are days behind the broadcast and/or the wrong episode.

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