Andrew Gause

THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY


Show Highlights:

-We dig into the Detroit bankruptcy as Andy explains how

and why there will be other major cities to follow.

-Cities are corporations that grow just for the sake of growing

-The Government model as we know it is all based on debt and inflating the monetary system.

-Fact: If Ben Bernanke quits creating new money, the game’s over

-How inflation works on the ground level

-The big boys are into all commodities with both fists

-Taxes to support bloated governments are more gently than stamping your forehead with a number

-We look back at 1929 and compare to today

-How will social media play into a “Crash” in the market

-The big bubble is the bond market

-Is this a good time to take equity out of your home?

-Interest rates – where are they going?

-Goldman Sachs and their Aluminum “investment”

and so much more!

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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'Andrew Gause and the Real World of Money – Ben in a Box: Only Two Choices; Inflate or Crash – July 24, 2013' have 2 comments

  1. July 25, 2013 @ 7:52 am Jeannon Kralj

    Dear Patrick

    Great show again. Somebody mentioned that Andy Gause has a “primer” or something like that on his website. Sure would like to access what is being referred to but could not find yet.

    Thought I would send you this story of 2009 where the City of Houston is bankrupt.

    The corruption of the city governments, especially the City of Austin, is something I am focusing on these days. I did a little personal research and exposure of the city “bag ban” ordinances, now in Brownsville sine 1-1-12, and Austin since 3-1-13, and soon to be in Dallas. It is a giant racket that the cities, HEB grocery stores, and the Comptrollers seem to be in collusion on. Wrote several key state legislators but zero response.

    Anyway, here is the link and an excerpt from that article about city of Houston being bankrupt.

    http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2009/10/city-of-houston-is-bankrupt-so-are.html

    Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:22 PM

    City of Houston is Bankrupt (So are California, Oregon, and Pension Plans in General)

    Houston, we have a problem. We are bankrupt.

    That is the finding of Bob Lemer, CPA, Retired Partner at Ernst & Young; Aubrey M. Farb, CPA, Retired Partner at Grant Thornton; and Tom Roberts, CPA, Retired Partner at Fitts Roberts.

    Cover Letter ….” SNIP

    “and the light shines on in the darkness and darkness could not overcome it.”

    John 1:5

    October 22, 2009
    Name, Title and Address [see list below]
    Subject: Finances of the City of Houston
    Dear : [see list below]

    Enclosed is our partial analysis of the very serious financial situation at the City of Houston.

    Read more at http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2009/10/city-of-houston-is-bankrupt-so-are.html#TxM7Rz5mE4VPJfdQ.99

    Reply

  2. August 16, 2013 @ 11:16 am wendy cohen

    Dear Patrick,
    In this archived discussion with Andy Gause someone called in asking if hemlines reflect the economy. My understanding is that the poorer the economy the shorter the hemlines and the longer the skirts the better the economy. Presumably, because a poorer state of economy would mean less fabric for each garment, so manufactures can still make a profit and vise versa.

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