THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
America’s #1 Export Is Inflation
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
-Our #1 export is inflation; Andrew explains
-Andy talks the Greek default
-Peurto Rican bonds; they took the money and ran; Andy how municipal bonds work
-What’s up with the UK trying to leave the common market?
-When the “Boys” went to war with Hong Kong; Andrew talks the opium trades
-Does Andrew think thepeg of the Hong Kong Dollar to the USD will continue?
-A listener isseeing ads stating that it is legal to store gold/silver at home in a personal IRA account.
Is this true or a scam?
-Why is the world’s reserve currency such a big deal?
-Rothschild indicted for fraud; Andrew says, “good luck with that”
-Question from a listener:In the past Andy has talked about China accumulating gold and possibly backing their currency with gold. The last time paper currency was backed by gold Charles DeGaul came asking for his gold, which forced Nixon to close the gold window and takes us off the gold standard. If China were to back its currency with gold what would stop another nation or entity from accumulating yuan and then trading it in for the gold China had accumulated?
-From 2008 until now, the worldwide debt has doubled
-Comment from a listener:Seems like things never change. First, it was war for the opium in China.
Now, it’s the opium “poppies” in Afghanistan that we go to war over. Big Pharmawould probably go out of business without it. They don’t need patents on opium, they have their war of “drugs” to protect them. andrew comments and explains how the use ofthe military for corporate profits is nothing new
-A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take away everything you have; Andy talks about raising children outside of collectivism and being self sufficient
-Jim Rogers made recent comments in regards to Greece-that this crisis would be forgottenwithin weeks as Greece was peanuts compared to other troubled economies; what does Andrew think?
-The IMF is saying that Greece is in “arrears” but on Russian TV they say”Greece..defaults on international obligations”; who is using the right vocabulary ?
-In the event of another 2008 market meltdown where mutual funds and money market funds incur large losses, what would happen to a fund that shorts the S&P 500? Would these short funds be viable investments in a financial meltdown?
-How can senior citizens in non-Anglo-US countries mortgage their paid-off home to take the money out in the form of loans for non-real-estate related speculations when no banks lend loans for those purposes, at least not any more, and even if they did, who lends to people in their seventies and eighties?
and so much more!
the real world of money with andrew gause, july 1, 2015, hour one