Entries by Monetary Metals

James Delingpole Interviews Keith Weiner on the Delingpod

James Delingpole invited Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner on his show to discuss how to prepare for the coming hyperinflation. This wide-ranging conversation includes the fundamental reasons for investing in gold and silver and Monetary Metals’ Gold Fixed Income investments, which pay interest on gold and silver. They discussed why John Maynard Keynes was a […]

Wall Street Silver Interviews Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner

The official Wall Street Silver Reddit channel invited Keith, CEO of Monetary Metals, on their youtube channel to discuss the precious metals markets. Keith provides analysis on where he thinks gold and silver prices are headed this year, and how things have changed for the US dollar system since Covid-19. They also discuss Keith’s theory […]

Episode 18: Outlook for Gold 2021

Back in February we published Gold Outlook 2021, our annual analysis of the gold and silver markets from CEO Keith Weiner. In it, Keith explained the market players, dynamics, fallacies, and drivers. He also made a call on gold and silver prices for the year. In this week’s episode of the podcast, we focus on […]

Is Gold the Next Bitcoin?

The Ayn Rand Centre UK invited Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner on their show, The Daily Objective, hosted by Jonathan Hoenig and Seth Levine. In this episode, Jonathan and Seth ask Keith his thoughts on the gold market, NFT’s and cryptocurrencies, and whether or not the broader macroeconomic background is favorable to gold. They discuss […]

Episode 17: Why Fedcoin?

Our recent article on Fedcoin – a digital currency being considered by the Federal Reserve – revealed the sinister and pernicious reasons behind such a move. This week’s episode of The Gold Exchange Podcast explores the topic further. In it, John Flaherty and CEO Keith Weiner discuss: Addl description of episode A little-realized distinction between […]

The Theory of Interest and Prices

What do a famous broken bridge and Jimi Hendrix have in common with monetary effects on consumer prices? Short answer: a dynamic system & positive feedback. CEO Keith Weiner recently presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference 2021, discussing his upcoming paper, The Theory of Interest and Prices. In the video below, he discusses: The […]

Episode 14: Unexpected Insights On Fractional Reserve Banking

Our previous episode on “money printing” veered into fractional reserve banking at a few points, so this week John Flaherty and Monetary Metals CEO Keith Weiner dive into that topic. 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 […]