THE MORNING SHOW
THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
-Socialism v. Capitalism this November
-World Wide debt has doubled since 2007
-The defaults in Corporate debt is coming and it’s a big number
-The sordid history of the TARP fiasco
-The monetization of debt is important to understand
-We look at charts from the FED that tell interesting stories
-Why would Doug and Mel quit now after 100 years of this business?
-Andy opines on the minimum wage issue touted by top three candidates for president
-Let’s look at the FED’s balance sheet and follow the bouncing ball
-The House of Rothschild’s history then and now
-South American countries are just saying No to Mr. Dollar
-Listener ask if a Black Swan event will happen and what affect it all will be
-GDP and money creation, a curious partnership
-Andy explains how banks loan 9 times deposits..legally
-Google Modern Money Mechanics and Walker Todd’s testimony
-Question from a listener:I heard banks can loan out nine times their deposits. If this is true,please explain how they accomplish this. If this is true, the bank could make a $100,000.00 home loan at 4% and get a 36%, basedon 4×9=36%, from a $100,000.00 deposit.
-What does Andrew think ofthe possibility of tariffs passing thru congress under Trump?
-Last week Andy mentioned the fund NUGT, and mentioned that there is a depreciation in value over time; he explains it again
-If the dollar collapsed, what would happen if you were gambling and had casino chips and wanted to cash them in?
-Question from a listener:I know you’re not a collapsetarian but if some type of Black Swan event would cause a collapse, what would your strategy be for gold and silver?
-Question from a listener:I followed your advice from last week and traded some bullion for St. Gaudens and the dealer offered some Commemorative President Spouse Gold Coins. Are these good as a semi numismatic also?
-Question from a listener:When you deposit a dollar in your local bank, just how is it multiplied ?
-Question from a listener:I don’t know much about history, but Andy seems to and perhaps he can help me out: Lately I’ve been wondering about the difference between the American Revolution vs. the French Revolution. It seems the French revolution was a lot messier and less successful at creating liberty than the American Revolution (against the British). Could Andy point out the essence of why there was such a difference? Any important lessons here for we people living in 2016?
and so much more!!
andy gause and the real world of money, may 18, 2016, hour one