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
-The election of Andrew Jackson and the push back he got from routing out the banks
-The idea of the Federal Reserve Act
-The days when you could take a federal reserve note into any bank and convert it to gold
-Andrew explains the exchange stabilization fund
-When did we lose our manufacturing and why? Andrew explains how “Free Trade” was born
-Ross Perot got 20% of the vote when he ran for President; Andrew tells us about why he dropped out of the race
-If Trump gives big tax breaks to big corporations, how will this be good for the average American?
-Why “free enterprise” is dead in America
-Andrew talks about the problems of voting machines and allowing people to vote with an ID
-What will happen to the stock/bond market if either Clinton or Trump become President? Regardless of who wins, we will see inflation either way
-Society hasn’t changed, the dollar has. Andrew explains
-The backstory on Benghazi; it always comes down to the money
-Andrew talks about “Oath Keepers” and how they have gotten on the terrorist watch list. These are people defending the Constitution; imagine that!
-This is the first time since JFK’s assassination that “the Boys” are losing control
-Can legal immigrants (green card holders) vote before they become citizens?
-Comment from a listener: Since Andy briefly spoke about disinformation in history books, may he expand on high school and university book publishers, such as McGraw-Hill etc. Who owns these publishing companies really – “the boys?” Any insight would be great. I suspect science books have disinformation too.
-Andrew argues for a Supreme Being and how arrogant of us to think we could destroy the Earth
-Question from a listener: I have always been afraid of investments and money decisions. Not ever having had much of it, I guess that may be somewhat ‘normal’. I am ready to begin now. I need to learn about it all. I am finding the amount of podcasts a bit overwhelming.
We are a Canadian family, two (homeschooled) children, one income, no debt besides our mortgage (we are not attached to our living space and would expect to have a profit of $80k from it’s sale).
Would you have time during your show to point me to a starting place either podcast or topic? Is land first priority or purchasing gold/silver?
Are Canadians working with Andrew’s company?
If I had only 400$ extra each month, is that enough to begin and make headway?
-Question from a listener: I recently found out that American Eagle Gold Bullion coins are exempt from 1099s. You can sell as much as you like to a coin dealer and there will be no 1099 issued. On the other hand, if you sell more than 25 ounces worth of US gold coins, then a 1099 will be issued. I thought that the US coins had a major “anonymous” benefit. It looks like the bullion has the real advantage. Is this info correct? No, it is not; it’s just the opposite according to Andy and he explains why
-Question from a listener: I’ve been collecting commemorative coins over the years but recently I picked up a 1972 misstrike penny at a local coin show. It’s ngc graded. Only the date is present on the front & “Americ” on the back. How do you determine the value on a one of a kind coin like this? The red book shows examples of misstrikes but no pricing. Is there a chance for growth among misstriked coins.
-Will Andrew flee the country is Ms. Clinton gets in? Of course not and he explains why he’ll stay and help solve the problems of this country
–Trader Scott weighs in on the US$. Read more from Trader Scott’s Market Blog
and so much more!!!!
the real world of money with andrew gause, october 26, 2016, hour one