Andrew Gause

The Real World of Money

“Why should they pay you anything for your money when they can create it on their own?” – Andrew Gause on Low Interest Rates


Show Highlights:

-The Secret World of Money book makes great reading for teenagers in your home

-Andy takes on a unplanned yet fascinating trip into history with Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, The National Banking Act and why a President will not take over the Federal Reserve Bank

-The only thing new in the world is the history we don’t know

-Jimmy Stewart’s bank run in “It’s a Wonderful Life” vs. the possible run on Cyprus banks

-Controlling the flow of dollars is the issue not that there’s “Not enough out there and they need yours”

Back in the good old days Nullification meant something

-Texas proposing their own State Depository and wants their gold

-Will the USG convenience American’s to cash in their 401K’s for a new and improved National Savings Plan? Is the Pope Catholic?

-Mr. Gause’s forecast on the value of the Euro this summer

-Physical possession of metals is a trend and not a fad

-The Euro Bond, The Savior of Europe, remains the ultimate goal

-Russia, Brazil, India and China may just be on the verge of making the Boys hold their breath

-Africa has the goods and the BRIC Nations want them

-How the disability payments by USG have topped food stamp and welfare dollars

-Debt as a blessing advised for condo owner thinking of selling to buy gold

-Hints for finding a good coin shop in your town

-Do you want to own Bitcoins?

And 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 – Cyprus Crises Update: The Inside Look into What’s Really Going On – March 27, 2013' have 2 comments

  1. March 28, 2013 @ 8:07 am mary havens

    Can you ask Mr. Gause to speak, in detail, about reverse mortgages. I have not had debt and so have no credit record and therefore cannot get credit. I am researching reverse mortgages and not having much luck finding useful information.
    Thank you.

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  2. March 28, 2013 @ 8:48 am Albert

    Hi Patrick & Andy. Thanks for the shows, I’ve visited Andy in NJ before, just to say hello of course, wink, wink.
    I’m nearing the consummation of a HAMP mortgage modification something you and Andy were talking about. here’s how it’s going down for me.
    #1 30yr mortgage fixed at 6.8 % was originated in 2007 (countrywide, executed in the manner…. well, which countrywide is infamous for….another story another time).
    #2 applied for help from Fannie Mae who recommended to BoA I qualified for a mod, which the bank complied and offered to me.
    #3 Advice from Fannie….beware, the bank will use ANY excuse to withdraw the offer including over-payment of an installment of 2 cents…..even though……
    #4 The new note is fixed at 4.25% for FORTY YEARS!!!!!
    #5 I executed (signed) the copies of the agreement, sent the 1st installment exactly as instructed. This was after completing the trial paperwork and 3 months payments.
    It has now been almost 2 months and BoA has not yet countersigned the documents, will not speak to me, nor instruct me on how to proceed with the 2nd installment.
    As advised by Fannie I sent a bank check to the same BoA address(Certified funds, certified mail, receipt/delivery confirmation, naturally).
    I think if one dose the math, includes the $120k I paid in interest from ’07 to 2012, the mod, while affording me some breathing room, is a win/win for the bank.
    Am I correct?, and if so, why is the bank so reluctant to co-operate?
    At another time I may write and explain how BoA ignored court orders and terms of my wife’s grandfather’s will to steal $200k from a trust the grandfather left to my children. They do what they want with impunity.

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