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:

-Andrew talks the appointments Donald Trump is choosing for his cabinet

-The bond bubble is exploding

-What has been actually “produced” in the last 8 years?

-Why is the dollar so strong?

-Andrew explains why the “Boys” were trying to keep Trump out of office

-How likely will the fed raise rates in December? With the dollar running so high, wouldn’t a rate increase push it even higher?

-With Brexit, and a Trump win, and all the deceptions that came with those, are we now heading into a series of head fakes by the media?

-Question from a listener: During the depression, Roosevelt and the boys outlawed the use of Gold as a form of currency. But what happen to the Silver Dollar? Why did the Silver Dollar disappear as well as a form of currency exchange? And why did the US Mint stop production of the Silver Dollar?

Speaking of Gold…what is the new Gold Law in effect this December?

If governments ban currency to include coins, then how will numismatic coins work?  If the government bans gold, like India will start implementing, then how will one use numismatic coins?

-LBJ outlawed the private ownership of silver. How did we not know that?

-What’s the point of putting your cash into Bitcoin?

-Question from a listener: What are the chances that the US stops using the 100$ bill (like the Indian rupee notes of late)?

-Question from a listener: Could you please ask Andy what the difference is between loss to internationalists by lack of tariffs on imports, vs. sales of assets and infrastructure of this country to internationalists?

Is it just oiling of the U.S. economy that would be the difference? Wouldn’t that make U.S. even more entangled in the international community?

-Trader Scott has been bullish on the US dollar for years. He shares some interesting information. Check out Trader Scott’s Market Blog.

-Question from a listener: With a possible Deutsch Bank / Bond Bubble event happening in the next few years, is it realistic to expect to be paid out if a life insurance policy is triggered? I am from Canada and mulling over my life insurance options but do not want to invest in a company who is going to go under in the near future. Insurance underwriters are delving into personal information too far for me so I am not excited about buying ANY life insurance even without this risk but perhaps that is not the responsible thing to do for my family. Wondering Andy’s thoughts on this.

-Question from a listener: Does Andrew think some of the bullishness in the US Peso is related to the European Union going the way of the Dodo??

-Comment from a listener: I’ve watched as all of Trump’s possible cabinet and potential appointments have trooped into Trump Tower and were filmed at the elevator.  It has struck me as a brilliant move by Trump.  All of these less than supportive people have been seen seeking for a spot on Trump’s bandwagon.  So how will they be able to criticize Trump at a later date without looking flat out stupid.

-Questions from a listener:  I am based in Asia, current bank lending rates for home loans are 1.6%-1.8% per year but are always floating with Central bank rates and can not be fixed. Rental return works out to around 1.9% to 2% with capital appreciation over the past few years at 5%-10% per ann.

1. Does Andrew recommend borrowing as much as possible including equity stripping properly I already have to buy more property and also investing parts in Asian numismatics?
2. Is it almost impossible for tangible assets to drop with rates under 2%?
3. What will happen when US rates rise to Asian currencies, property investments and Asian borrowing rates?
-If Trump were to put a big tariff on imported oil, wouldnt this push up the price of energy in the US? And since energy costs are a major part of all manufactured and farmed goods, then wouldn’t this make American products less competitive, both internally and on the international market?

-Stripping your house of equity for other productive endeavors

-Insuring collectibles

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andy gause and the real world of money, november 23, 2016, part one (90 minutes)



'Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money – Protectionism and Nationalism Will Be the Rule of the Day – November 23, 2016' has 1 comment

  1. November 30, 2016 @ 2:53 pm David Avoura King

    You said that Sweden is not part of the EU, but it is. But it is not in the Eurozone and thus does not have the Euro.

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