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In this episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast Keith and John unpack that series of unfortunate events that led up to the Nixon Shock, and why what happened 50 years ago, still matters today. They discuss: The Coinage Acts that paved the way for Nixon's default The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 Executive Order 6102 What's midnight gardening?! What Nixo…
 
In this episode, Adam and Keith cover the following: The origins of Valaurum and their flagship product, the Aurum® The universal and timeless allure of physical gold even today The effectiveness of gold as an internationally recognized standard of value How much gold you would need to carry in your pocket to buy a house The importance of redemptio…
 
In this episode, Keith and John give the debt the attention it deserves. Key points mentioned include: What is the origin and cause of the rising debt? And can it really be managed? Asking the wrong questions about the debt What metrics should we be monitoring to see if we’re close to a debt collapse? Can gold play a role in the solution?…
 
In this episode: Is there a really a global shortage of silver as many claim? Why did no one cover the toilet paper ponzi scheme? What coffee shop lattes and 1oz Silver Eagles have in common Unallocated precious metals account and fractional reserve bankingKeith Weiner による
 
This episode covers: Was Milton Friedman right about inflation? The dynamics of the central banks pushing interest below time preference, and above the marginal productivity of the entrepreneur. What do the collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and Jimi Hendrix's guitar playing have to do with interest rates, monetary dynamics, and the Federal Rese…
 
In this week's episode of the podcast, we focus on just a few concepts from the article: • Basis & Cobasis - what they are and what they tell us • Supply & Demand - how the traditional rules differ for gold & silver • The Players - who they are and what affects their market behavior Additional Resources: Monetary Metals Gold Outlook Report 2021 Int…
 
In this episode: A little-realized distinction between Fed credit and banking credit The Fed's stated reasons for considering Fedcoin Why central banks will eventually have no choice but a digital currency The biggest problem within the dollar regime Additional Resources Article - The Fedcoin is Coming…
 
In this episode: The simplest definition of inflation How to properly measure inflation One universal belief that is absolutely wrong Two pending consequences of the Fed's current activities Additional Resources: Podcast - Using Gold Bonds to Avert Financial Armageddon Article - Gold Bonds: Averting Financial Armageddon…
 
In this episode: Why there's more to the story than simple rising prices The appropriate standard when measuring economic goods & values What holds up the value of the dollar & hides monetary dishonesty How monetary manipulation hides efficiency gains in productionKeith Weiner による
 
In this episode, you'll discover: 4 traits that determine legitimate credit, versus counterfeit credit What many alarmists incorrectly presume about this system The concept of 'ceiling' vs an absolute multiplier How nearly everyone today suffers confusion between money and credit A similar multiplying effect that occurred in gold...without any bank…
 
The phrase "money printing" conjures images of a giant printing press spitting out sheets of hundred dollar bills somewhere in the basement of the Fed.But is that what's *actually* happening lately? Absolutely not.Join John Flaherty and Monetary Metals CEO Keith Weiner for a conversation that will likely make you say "WOW!" or "Whaaat?" or maybe ev…
 
Along the way you’ll learn: The concept of yield purchasing power & its impact on investing decisions How the Fed keeps us stuck in the purchasing power paradigm The perverse incentives existing at the household level How society is cannibalizing itself through speculation Additional Resources Video & articles on Yield Purchasing Power Yield Purcha…
 
Along the way you’ll learn: Interpreting the gold/silver ratio & what history tells us Key principles for the precious metals investor Why the Fed's actions punish the saver Why you shouldn't consider gold a money machine How the paradigm shift of measuring the dollar in gold can be valuable in making investment decisions Additional Resources White…
 
In this week's episode of The Gold Exchange, John Flaherty & CEO Keith Weiner discuss the factors involved, plus a mechanism for debtors that could get us out of this mess. Along the way you'll learn: The role of irredeemable currency in financial Armageddon A crucial question economists must answer when creating a grand unified theory The perverse…
 
In this episode: How a gold bond differs from a gold lease Why borrowing in gold is so appealing to a business seeking financing The choice that investors now have for their capital Details on our newly-issued bond How this achievement impacts Monetary Metals in 2021 & beyond Additional Resources: Reflections Over 2020 Monetary Metals Issues World’…
 
In this episode John Flaherty & Keith Weiner discuss: A new perspective on the definition of money How J.P. Morgan's 108 year-old quote still holds true An enlightening definition for "fiat currency" What gives the dollar its value today Why trading all your currency for gold doesn't make senseKeith Weiner による
 
In this episode, John Flaherty and Keith Weiner discuss why GDP is such a poor measure of economic health, while also suggesting a much better alternative. Additional Resources: Broken window fallacy Frederic Bastiat Marginal productivity of debtKeith Weiner による
 
In addition, you'll learn the all-important variable in modern economics, why the net present value calculation obscured the visibility of the real estate bubble leading up to 2008, and the parallel between 'court economists' and a Star Wars drug dealer. Additional Resources: The Great Horse Manure Crisis of 1894 Time value of money Ludwig von Mise…
 
In this episode, Keith takes us on a journey through the forest...and the so-called economic recovery that's currently in play. Using more than one analogy, he illustrates just how unrealistic the current "we're nearly back to normal" expectation really is. And why. Additionally, we go down a rabbit hole regarding the human - and very stateful - im…
 
In the first half of this episode, Keith and Dickson Buchanan discuss the two main problems of our monetary system, and how they inspired the idea of paying interest on gold in order to pull it out of the woodwork and back into productivity. The second half of the conversation centers around the entrepreneurial effort: overcoming the naysayers, pro…
 
In this episode, Addison Quale leads CEO Keith Weiner back through his journey from software geek to economist. They discuss how Ayn Rand's writings set the stage for understanding monetary economics, why the retirement savings advice given to Gen X will not deliver results, and the proposed solution to a failing monetary system. Additional Resourc…
 
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