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
-Debt is money, money is debt; what is the definition of a ‘note’ according to Black’s Law Dictionary; Andrew explains the difference between legal tender and money
-What are we going to be seeing in Oct., Nov. and Dec.?
-Andrew talks aboutMarc Rich, an international commodities trader, hedge fund manager, financier and businessman.He was best known for founding the commodities company Glencore and for being indicted in the United States on federal charges of tax evasion and illegally making oil deals with Iran during the Iran hostage crisis. He was in Switzerland at the time of the indictment and never returned to the United States. He received a controversial presidential pardon from U.S. President Bill Clinton on January 20, 2001, Clinton’s last day in office.
-The Shemitah didn’t hit the fan this September
-Mortgage backed securities: The debt backing your money
-The bubble that’s ready to burst is the bond market, not the stock market
-Andrew encouraged a listener several weeks ago to invest in Boeing, but they’re moving their factories to China. What does this mean?
-The world is getting a new currency; it just won’t be new to us
-Andrew advises buying individual stocks should you decide to enter the market
-George calls in to learn more about property taxes. Why is their such a wide tax bracket in NY?
-30,000,000 Americans have tapped into retirement savings in the past year
-The days of a steady job and a paycheck are almost gone
-A listener shares background information on Jim Sinclair
-Question from a listener:What type of bullion would you recommend for those who just want stack up precious metals just for barter purposes if need be someday? Does it make a big difference in stacking your local country of origin’s bullion or having a mixed variety of local and foreign bullion? Would the denomination amount on foreign bullion have any affect on value, if U.S. currency exchange rates changes greatly with that foreign country?
-Question from a listener: My question is about Mainland China and your opinion about a correction. With GDP growth being 7 to 8 % every year how is that stability possible? USA, Canada and other countries have their GDP swing like any market. Is all this China growth in a big stable way somewhat fake in your opinion? Could some of this fake stable growth produce a massive correction in the coming years to the downside? Real markets have to swing. Gold was about $250 an ounce 15 years ago… it went up to $2000 and is now $1130 as I am typing. could this scenario happen with China even though they own and control the Central Bank?
-A listener shares a Eureka moment:It’s 9:00pm PDT, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 51 minutes into the show.I, along with many others have been waiting for the precious metals to rise. Instead, now I realize the value of them stays the same. It’s the value of the dollar which is decreasing!!Boy, have I been dense or what!
-Question from a listener:I was wondering what Andy thinks about stacking junk or 90% silver as an investment/hedge? Also, could Andy explain why my local coin shop often sells junk silver for a multiple of face value, such as 13x or 16x face value? With such pricing, what would be a good deal when silver is at $15/oz? $20/oz? $30/oz?
-Question from a listener:A friend suggested that I apply for an interest only loan. I currently have a 30 yr. fixed mortgage at 3.9%.My monthly payments would decrease $500 for the next 10 yrs.
Is this a wise choice?
and so much more!!!!
andy gause and the real world of money, september 30, 2015, hour one