THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
-The hidden history of the U.S. in Panama and the Panama Papers.What is the likelihood that something in the “panama papers” will de-rail Clinton’s bid for the nomination before July?
-Real estate money laundering; 50% of real estate sold in Miami are cash transactions
-Alibaba has surpassed Walmart making it the largest retail company of the world
-Invest in taxes? What does Andrew mean by that?
-What does Warren Buffet know that we don’t? He just bought a 10% stake in Wells Fargo
-If Trump wins, it might be bad for gold, but in the long run, it’ll be worth it
-A listener shares a very interesting list:
Here are the top 13 companies identified in the Censored Project study:
1 BlackRock US $3,560 trillion (In alliance with Rothschild)
2 UBS Switzerland $2,280 trillion (Rothschild partner)
3 Allianz Germany $2,213 trillion (Rothschild partner)
4 Vanguard Group US $2,080 trillion Rothschild major shareholder)
5 State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) US $1,908 Billionen (Rothschild partners)
6 PIMCO (Pacific Investment Management Company) US $1,820 trillion
7 Fidelity Investments US $1,576 trillion (one of the 4 companies ruling 8 largest U.S. financial companies (JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, U.S. Bancorp, Bank of New York Mellon and Morgan Stanley): BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard and Fidelity).
8 AXA Group France $1,393 trillion (Rothschild partner)
9 JPMorgan Asset Management US $1,347 trillion (Rothschild agent)
10 Credit Suisse Switzerland $1,279 trillion (merged with Rothschild Agents Kuhn-Loeb´s First Boston)
11 BNY Mellon Asset Management US $1,299 trillion (acquired Rothschild Asset Management)
12 HSBC UK $1,230 trillion (fixes gold price at the premises of N.M. Rothschild & Sons)
13 Deutsche Bank Germany $1,227 trillion (Left gold fix at N.M Rothschild´premises in April 2014 amid charges on criminal manipulations.
-Question from a listener: I remember that W. (Bush) Bought 300,000 acres of land in Paraguay. If the planet was gonna get hotter, you would think they’d be looking for land in Siberia or someplace colder. Can Andrew explain the carbon credits and who wins and who loses on them.
-A listener asks about Andrew’sfellow New Jersey resident Mr. Tepper’s threat to move his multi- billion dollar hedge fund to Florida to get out of N.J. Taxes
-Question from a listener:My wife and I are in a pickle regarding buying home (1st time). Our income is low as we are self-employed and claim all deductions, but our credit score is high, we have savings and a coin collection that would equal about half the value of a home we would buy.Mortgage broker says it comes down to qualifying based on income and assets are less important to qualify.I have three questions:
Is seller-financing our only option?
Would paying 20% down on a $400k house make financial sense over the course of the loan because we wouldn’t be paying PMI?
Would a qualifying family member co-signer help?
-Question from a listener:Was wondering if Andy knew what percentage of the population turned in their gold in 1933 for the bailout of the Federal Reserve otherwise known as Roosevelt’s gold confiscation act ?
Do you know anything about a rule that says any coin that is worth more than 15% its melt value is numismatic and therefore not considered bullion?
-Andrew shares his list of the 5 best Presidents and gives reasons why they made the list
and so much more!!
andrew gause and the real world of money, april 6, 2016, hour one