"The Shorts Wanted Gold Down" David Morgan Metals Update
perjantai 19. huhtikuuta 2013
Voisitko uskoa tätä? Shorttaajat (Eliitti-Pankkiirit) halusivat kullan hinnan alas - David Morgan selittää enemmän
keskiviikko 10. huhtikuuta 2013
perjantai 29. maaliskuuta 2013
Nyt myös kultakaverit puhuvat Bitcoinista...
Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.goldmoney.com/goldresearch. Episode 118: GoldMoney's Andy Duncan talks to Jon Matonis of the Bitcoin Foundation who is also a contributor to Forbes Magazine. They discuss Bitcoin's latest price spike and whether crypto-currencies are a credible alternative as a medium of exchange.Though the price for Bitcoins has risen from $15 to $95 at the time of the podcast, Matonis does not think that it is a speculative bubble. With a fixed supply of Bitcoin and rising demand - in part due to fears related to Cyprus -- surging prices are only logical. As there is no futures market for bitcoins yet, there is no leverage, which makes Bitcoin also suitable for investment purposes.They discuss whether Bitcoin could become a serious rival to precious metals when it comes to alternatives to national currencies. He points to the complimentary nature of physical bullion and Bitcoin. While Bitcoin has advantages in the digital world, nothing beats the security of tangible metal as it is not reliant on the existence of electricity and internet connectivity.Matonis sees a bright future in crypto-currencies and especially values its possible impact on capital controls and taxes. For Bitcoin the important question will be whether it will be introduced by big merchants and whether governments will impose regulation against such acceptance.This podcast was recorded on 28 March 2013.
tiistai 26. maaliskuuta 2013
Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.goldmoney.com/goldresearch. On behalf of the GoldMoney Foundation, Andy Duncan interviews Robert Wenzel at the Austrian Economics Research Conference 2013 in Auburn Alabama.
At the conference this year, Wenzel is delivering the The Henry Hazlitt Memorial Lecture. His topic: "An Examination of Key Factors in the Collapse of the Soviet Union" leads the discussion. Wenzel, the editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, argues that the commonly held view of President Reagan being instrumental in the downfall of the Soviet Union is questionable and that the policies of Gorbachev were the pivotal components.
The time it took for the Soviet Union to collapse was around 70 years and Wenzel describes 4 reasons why this was so and how these concepts may apply to modern day economic conditions in America.
Tribute is then paid to the late Henry Hazlitt, his work and contribution to economics.
This podcast was recorded 21 March 2013.
GoldMoneyNews: Robert Wenzel on the parallels of Soviet Russia and modern day America
tiistai 5. maaliskuuta 2013
keskiviikko 16. tammikuuta 2013
This is a very important interview with Andy Hoffman on the day the German Central Bank told the NY Fed that the Bundesbank wants its physical gold back! 33 Liberty Street must be in a panic. As Andy points out, this is a watershed event because once the Central Banks themselves no longer trust each other, the jig is up - it makes the game of fixing the paper gold price with already hypothecated gold a heck of a lot harder.
WATERSHED EVENT: Bundesbank Wants Its GOLD Back! - Andy Hoffman: PT. 1
The Final Stage of the Ponzi: HYPERINFLATION - Andy Hoffman: PT. 2