Keith Weiner CEO Monetary Metals

A Yield on Gold, Paid in Gold

Monetary Metals® is a different kind of gold company. Others buy or sell gold. We operate the Gold Yield Marketplace™, a platform for products that offer investors a Yield on Gold, Paid in Gold®.

To provide a yield to investors, Monetary Metals works with businesses who use gold productively. We offer them Gold Financing, Simplified™.

We also support investors, businesses and governments with market analysis and gold economics research and proprietary data and charts including the Monetary Metals Forward Rate.

Outlook 2018

Predicting the likely path of the prices of the metals in the near term is easy. However, predicting the outlook for a longer period of time is much harder. Read our Outlook 2018 (free registration required) to find out why we disagree with the mainstream view that we are in for a period of rising interest rates, why gold prices have nothing to do with “inflation”, money supply or interest rates and our call for gold and silver for 2018.

Latest Reports and Articles

Standing Ready to Lease Gold, Report 18 Mar 2018 - We will take another break from capital destruction, to treat a topic which has come up this week. On March 11, we said: “…central bankers do not think about gold. Granted, they once did. In the 1960’s, there was the now-infamous London Gold Pool to keep the price of gold at $35. This is endlessly […]
More Supply and Demand Reports.

Open Letter to GATA - Dear GATA and Mr. Chris Powell: I am writing this in response to your article Monetary Metals’ Weiner refuses to see anything wrong in the gold market. There is a certain irony for me to read that I refuse to see. I have spent eight years studying the mechanics of the market, building a model, […]
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Marginal Productivity of Debt - Understanding the marginal productivity of debt is key to understanding whether the amount of credit created is unsustainable, resulting in the failure of the monetary system and loss of everyone’s savings. Falling Productivity of Debt introduces the idea of the marginal productivity of debt, that is, how much additional GDP is added for each newly-borrowed […]
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