THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
-The dollar is still the cleanest dirty shirt in the laundry
-Lying is perfectly fine in the financial world; remember when the Swiss franc unpegged itself from the Euro?
-Andrew explains fractional reserve banking
-The Rothschilds formula for wealth
-Andrew explains how tariffs would solve all of our economic woes
-Why haven’t the Democrats slapped down Bernie Sanders, the Socialist
-Andrew argues why copyright should never be infringed upon
-Question from a listener:Some say that the price of gold is related to Inflation (CPI), butothers say different. I would like to hear your opinion on what theprice of gold is related to?
-When pension plans go ‘bust’; what’s a pensioner to do?
-A listener wants to know why Socialism is bad for America. Obviously this question came in from a European. The people who ran away from Europe and came to America understood very well why socialism is bad for any country
-Questions from a listener:From what I understand, you seem to say that bought-and-paid-for Congressmen created or allowed the creation of the U.S. Corporation in D.C., which then tacked on Clauses 17 and 18 to Article I Sections 8 & 10? Or maybe a different sequence of events? But how could that be allowed by anyone whenever it violates the Supreme Law?
If the U.S. Corporation was created with the Act of 1871, which then allowed the Fed. to monopolize the issuance of currency, does that not violate the Constitution?
By the way, I noticed when the Trumpeter was Trumpeting at the vets fund raiser, there were six U.S. Corporation flags behind him — the ones with the yellow spaghetti.
I don’t understand how anyone can “suspend species payment”? Is that not in direct contravention of Article I Sections 8 & 10, irrespective of the U.S. Corporation?
This brings me to one of the questions you didn’t answer:
How could FDR have discontinued gold as legal tender when Article I Sections 8 & 10 were not amended or otherwise altered — irrespective of Clauses 17 & 18? How can a Presidential Exec Order supercede and override the Supreme Law when that Supreme Law continues to exist and is in full force? The same goes for LBJ and Nixon.
-Questions from a listener:How can one leverage a coin collection to help in financing the purchase of a house?Been a renter, have a modest/low income, and have built a coin collection over many years (half numismatic – half common) that should be worth about $100k.How can I use the coins to bolster my financing of a home purchase given my income is low?I think Andy has spoke to this before. Collateral loan on coins? Buy a short term bond and loan collateral?
-Emerging markets and commodities as investment opportunities
-Questions from a listener:What does Andy think about “coin cracking”-cracking a coin that is in your opinion under-graded,and resubmitting it in hopes of getting a higher grade? Are there very many under-graded coins left in the marketplace? And is it better to own, for example, a MS65 coin that is under-graded than to have an MS66 coin that is on the low end of the grade?
-Obama’s legacy: Trillions of dollars of debt in the last 7 years
and so much more!!
andrew gause and the real world of money, february 3, 2016, hour one