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.

A New Way to Hold Gold

Many firms recommend high net worth clients allocate between 2% and 5% of the portfolio to gold. However, there are many issues with conventional gold investment vehicles ranging from holding costs to opaque and multitiered counterparty risk. These detractors can defeat the reasons to hold gold in the first place. Download A New Way to Hold Gold to learn more about these issues and how Monetary Metals’ has overcome these disadvantages.

Latest Reports and Articles

Liquidating Civilization, Report 22 Apr 2018 - Further to our ongoing theme of capital destruction, let’s look at a topic which is currently out of favor in the present market correction. Keynes called for pushing the interest rate down near to zero, as a way of killing the savers, whom be believed are functionless parasites. The interest rate has been falling since […]
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Open Letter to Congressman Alex Mooney: H.R. 5404, A Bill to Define the Dollar as a Fixed Weight of Gold - Dear Congressman Mooney: I am writing to you about something of great importance, the path to the gold standard. Thank you for introducing H.R. 5404. I agree with your findings, especially that inflation undermines jobs and retirement. Yet I must say that the dollar cannot now be defined as a weight of gold. This would […]
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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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