THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
-Bernie Sanders brought out 14,000 people to his rally making him the Democratic Trump. Andrew thinks Trump has a better chance running against Hilary
-Hilary makes $225,ooo an hour to speak. WOW! She’s in with the “Boys”
-Andrew talks the balance sheet of Donald Trump and how he’s doing funding his own campaign
-Who’s dumping the bonds? The real question is ‘who’s buying them?’
-Andrew explains Gold IRA accounts
-The Canadian dollar is falling like a rock. Patrick talks the rising prices with a listener from Canada. What is the culprit? Oil
-Question from a listener:It would seem that the rocking of the bond markets would have tremendous knock in effects on credit markets, and an individuals access to credit at low rates for most loans, is that correct? If so, isn’t now the best time to establish fixed loan rates for any major debts and lock in payments at a fixed rate?
-Comment from a listener about paying with cash:I think it was here I heard the story about the attorney fined some largesum of money that delivered bags of penny’s nickel’s or some such and the
court refused to take them. When I heard the story I immediately thoughtof the UCC rule that a debt tendered for payment upon refusal of thetender is discharged. I use cash for quite a few things and was warned awhile back about taking a large amount out of the bank that I may not beable to deposit the large amount later so I shouldn’t do that. I museabout the idea of the bank refusing fed notes as tender on my housepayment. If I get bored I may have to see if they will really refuse mytender and discharge that debt for me. Might be fun. I bet they wouldn’tdo it more than once.I just looked at a 50. Still says on it “This note is legal tender for alldebts public and private”.
-Question from a listener:In past episodes Andy has mentioned it is a good time to buy a house now, taking advantage of the low interest rates and coming inflation. I would like to know what Andy thinks is going to fuel the coming inflationary period he forecasts, specifically in the housing market?
-Question from a listener:As Andrew may be aware, last week Sprott took over Central Gold Trust of Canada. In the merger, all units of Central Gold Trust were replaced by units of Sprott Physical Gold Trust, and Sprott acquired all the assets and liabilities of Central Gold Trust.
What advice does Andrew have for those who have had their Central Gold Trust units replaced by Sprott units? Should they sell the Sprott units and buy Central Fund of Canada units, a similar fund for gold and silver, or is it expected that Sprott will take this fund over too?
-2 really good questions:Why does the US mint….make bullion Eagle coins ??OR is the (US MINT) ….as federal as FED EX ??
-Our listener, Scott the Trader, shares his ever so interesting insights into the markets
-What does Bernie Sanders mean by “breaking up the big banks”?
-The manipulation of gold and silver prices
-A tip on trading from a listener:For the psychological aspects of trading I recommend the book : “What I learned losing a million dollars”… a first hand account of a career trader and a blow by blow of account of how how the author went from flying high to attempting suicide and the rodeo ride in between…
and so much more!!!!
the real world of money, january 27, 2016, hour one