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
-Interest income: There’s so much money awash in the system, it’s hard to make a return
-Andrew elaborates on the Shanghai Gold Exchange; the London bullion market; and all about price fixing
-Is there any chance there’s a kabillion ounces of gold somewhere stashed in China? Andy doubts it and explains why
-Are the Chinese trying to take over the world? They don’t have to try; we’re giving it to them. Andrew explains
-Why doesn’t the American government encourage it’s people to invest in gold as China does? Andrew answers the question
-The strange relationship between President Obama and Saudi Arabia andSaudi Arabia’s connection with 9/11
-Andrew talks the election and Donald Trump; does Andy think he has a chance?
-Andrew shares about the time he really questioned if he was in the right business
-Question from a listener: With China to back their currency with gold on the 19th (today), what can we expect this to do to the dollar? Will it be a quick sinking of buying power of the dollar on the international market, a drop in the stock market, a collapse of the buying power of the dollar quickly or slowly?
-Question from a listener:I’m sure Andy’s familiar with the annual “Wastebook” report on ridiculous and wasteful government spending, released in the past by retired Senator Tom Coburn, and continued last year by Senator Jeff Flake from Arizona (tried to attach pdf document but it’s too large to attach – here is an article http://www.teaparty.org/wastebook-2015-senator-reveals-billions-in-frivolous-and-unnecessary-government-waste-133834/ that gives examples of the billions of dollars in profoundly meaningless waste in the government budget, REALLY want to slap Paul Ryan and company now).
I’m wondering (a) if this spending is, in part, a tool to create a kind of “placeholder” type areas, to allocate and park large sums of money, in order to manipulate the money supply . . .
AND (b) if so, would a Trump Presidency wherein Trump would put an end to such outrageous spending, recovering a literal ton of money to pay off the debt, actually upset the precarious apple cart the Fed is calibrating?
-Andy discussesAndy what UCC1 and UCC1a4 forms are and how they relate to the HJR-192
-The best way for a collector to safely store coins
-California Territorial Gold Coins.: What is a good method to determine the coin’s authenticity?
-Question from a listener:I really appreciate the insights on the Wednesday shows. I was raised in Irvington, NJ and about the same age as Andrew. I used to fill those little blue books with coins from my work at the local supermarket. My question is about World debt. What does Andrew believe would be the outcome if debt was defaulted systematically, either by an overnight accident or by plan by the powers that be. How would it affect poor, middle class and wealthy class?
and so much more!!
andrew gause and the real world of money, april 20, 2016, hour one