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
-Tariffs and the steel industry
-Andy talks about the issues going on in NYC and NJ with the weekend bombings
-Shutting down Times Square due to a suspicious package Andrew tells us he will be staying away from public events in NYC
-Poppy Bush has endorsed Hillary Clinton. We’re not surprised; they’ve always been partners in the game
-Demonizing Nationalists; This election will come down to Nationalism vs. Globalism. Andrew explains
-Andrew talks about pension funds with a listener who calls in; “do not get into a yield chasing trap”, says Andy
-What is the end goal of people like George Soros?
-Andy shares his ideas on how to build an economy
-The failure of socialism in Venezuela; the problem when you give away stuff to people is that eventually the money runs out
-We ask Andrew about shorting; Trader Scottdid a post about the BIG SHORT and explains why he believes that thought process is toxic; Andrew gives his pick if he was going to short something
-Question from a listener:I was wondering if gold coins purchased from Andrew can be stored with him (for a fee) rather than having them delivered?
-Nothing weathers the test of time like gold
-Question from a listener:Several shows ago Andy talked about the US vs the USA, couches and couch covers. The Act of 1871. But because it wasn’t brains that got me here, could Andy explain this to the Golden Retrievers in the audience? How does this affect us today?
-Question from s listener:The price of houses in New Zealand, my home country, has gone really high lately. I’ve wondered why. It seems there is a recent increase in rich foreign investors, but that doesn’t seem to explain it all. Would I be right to say it’s root cause is the fiat slavery that Andy talks about? Andy may not have looked closely at this New Zealand case, but his general comments are welcome. I’m in my mid -thirties and looking forward to buying a house in New Zealand for my family once I finish off my business here in Korea, but this seems situation a set back. Well, I could do some rare coin investment “down-under” eh Andy?
-Jeff Bezos, the Amazon CEO, bought the Washinton Post several years ago …
-The Constitution says Senators to be appointed by Legislature of each state. Under this Corporation, the people are voting for the Corporation Senators. Andrew comments
-Andrew explains how this election has turned into a racial race
-Are bonds the safest investment?
-Andy’s thoughts onmodern commemorative silver dollars
-Question from a listener:I have 3000 pounds (£) worth of Iraqi dinar which equals approx 5
million dinar (at the time of buying in 2011). In your opinion would I
be better off exchanging this for cash?
and so much more!!
andy gause and the real world of money, september 21, 2016, hour one