To listen to the audio version of this article click here Ray Dalio made waves earlier this year when he acknowledged that Bridgewater bought an undisclosed amount of bitcoin. In a recent interview, however, Dalio made it clear that his love for gold is still greater. “If you put a gun to my head, and […]
About Addison Quale
Addison is the Vice President of Relationship Management at Monetary Metals. Addison concentrated in economics at Harvard University and came to embrace libertarian thought while studying for a Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Addison previously worked as a precious metals broker at SchiffGold, with additional work experience at Cambridge Associates.
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Forbes Senior Contributor Larry Light penned an opinion piece this week titled “Stay the Hell Away From Gold”. As you can imagine, he took a strong position on whether or not purchasing gold right now is a good idea. Spoiler Alert: he’s against it. His argument boils down to this: gold is volatile, and while […]
Keith Weiner sat down for an interview on the SilverDoctors.com podcast for a robust discussion on a variety of topics related to gold and monetary economics. Topics included: What is Keith’s current assessment of the gold & silver markets? What is a gold bond, and is it better than a government bond? The government needs […]
There’s a story about JP Morgan and Andrew Carnegie, from the Panic of 1873. Carnegie was a client of the Morgans, with $50,000 on deposit plus some stocks. After selling his $10,000 interest in a railroad, Carnegie supposedly came by the office to pick up a check for $60,000. To his surprise, JP Morgan handed […]
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