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Mickey Fulp Interview: Investing in Interest-Bearing Gold Bonds

Mickey Fulp, aka the Mercenary Geologist, interviewed Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner to discuss the maturity of Monetary Metals’ recent gold bond. Gold bonds are denominated in gold, with principal and interest payable in gold. Mickey and Keith have a wide ranging discussion which covers the history of gold as money in the United States, […]

Addison Quale Interviewed on the Tom Woods Show

Tom Woods Show

Tom Woods invited Monetary Metals’ VP of Relationship Management Addison Quale on his show to discuss inflation, the future macroeconomic outlook and how Monetary Metals is offering investors a way to reignite the gold standard. Click below to watch the full show. Let us know what you think in the comments below or in the […]

Why a Yield on Gold Matters

Why a Yield on Gold Matters

To listen to the audio version of this article click here Picture, if you can, a world in which gold circulates as the medium of exchange. People pay for everything, from groceries to rent, in gold. Employers pay wages in gold. Productive enterprises borrow gold to finance everything from food production to constructing apartment buildings. […]

Can Interest on Gold Outpace Inflation?

Can Interest on Gold Outpace Inflation

To listen to the audio version of this article click here Yield. It’s on the tip of every investor’s tongue, but it’s much harder to find than it used to be. In the long ago era of the early 1980’s one could simply open a savings account, purchase a CD or US 10-year notes, and […]

How to Invest in Gold Better than Ray Dalio

How to invest in gold better than Ray Dalio

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 […]

Palisades Gold Radio Interview

New Palisades Gold Interview with Keith Weiner

Monetary Metals CEO Keith Weiner was back on the Palisades Gold Radio podcast being interviewed by Tom Bodrovics. Keith revealed one key feature that gold has, which bitcoin does not. First, Keith discusses how economists and experts tend to say the strangest things and most of their statements don’t pass basic scrutiny, what Keith calls […]

Monetary Metals is Hiring a Staff Accountant

Earn one ounce of gold with Monetary Metals

Monetary Metals is growing, and we’re looking for our next key hire, a Staff Accountant. We’re giving an ounce of gold to whoever refers the successful candidate. If you know the perfect candidate for this role, please follow these instructions: Email careers@monetary-metals.com with “I have a Golden Candidate” in the subject line In the body of the […]

Daniel LaCalle interviews Keith Weiner

Daniel LaCalle interviews Keith Weiner CEO of Monetary Metals

Daniel LaCalle invited Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner on his show to discuss inflation, lockdown effects and the future macroeconomic outlook for the world and gold in particular. The conversation begins with Keith discussing the Quantity of Theory of Money and what is really to blame for recent price inflation. They moved on to discussing […]

Gold 1, Bitcoin 0

Gold Scores one point against Bitcoin

To listen to the audio version of this article click here Coinbase, a publicly traded cryptocurrency company, recently announced that it will sell 1.5 billion worth of bonds (then revised it to 2 billion). Dollars. A leader of the crypto revolution is borrowing dollars. Without any awareness of the irony, crypto promoters say that this […]

Nominal Dollar Interest vs Real Gold Interest

Nominal Dollar Interest vs Real Gold Interest

Are You Happy with Your Fixed Income Investments? Fixed income investing has become something like exercising on a stair climber – you’re exhausted but you haven’t gotten anywhere. Why? Yields have been falling for four decades. While interest in the U.S. dollar has not gone negative yet, it has for the Swiss franc, the euro, […]