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Ask Keith Anything, Part III

Ask Keith Anything

Welcome to the third installment of our Ask Keith Anything video series. We published the call for questions far and wide to our readership, and the response was overwhelming! We received questions from all over the world. Now we’ve published the results! In this episode, Keith answers your questions on Bitcoin,  supply chain bottlenecks, banking, […]

Ask Keith Anything, Part II

Ask Keith Anything

Thanks for all of those great questions you submitted! Watch Part I here. In Part II we cover questions on the risk-free rate of return, questions about Monetary Metals, Keith’s favorite Federal Reserve Board member, Lord of the Rings lore, and much more! Make sure you follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and are […]

Ask Keith Anything, Part I

Ask Keith Anything

It’s finally here! We published the call for questions for Keith and the response was overwhelming. Thanks for all of those great questions you submitted! In this first installment of our AKA series, we start tackling your questions one by one. This episode covers questions on gold, the dollar, Russia, inflation, why the dollar is […]

The Politics of Sound Money with Stefan Gleason

In this episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast CEO of Monetary Metals Keith Weiner interviews President of Money Metals Exchange Stefan Gleason. Stefan is a seasoned business leader, investor, political strategist, and grassroots activist. Stefan has worked for National Right to Work and is now the Director of the Sound Money Defense League. In this […]

Outlook for Gold 2022

Gold Outlook 2022

Last week we published our Gold Outlook 2022 Report, our annual analysis of the gold and silver markets from CEO Keith Weiner. In it, Keith explains the market players, dynamics, fallacies, and drivers for gold and silver. The report also includes analysis of Bitcoin and its effect on the gold market as well as inflation, […]

Entrepreneurship and Regulation with Per Bylund

CEO of Monetary Metals Keith Weiner interviews Professor of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University Per Bylund on regulation, entrepreneurship and more. Dr. Bylund has published research in top journals on both entrepreneurship and management. He has also published in the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and the Review of Austrian Economics. He has founded four business startups and […]

Episode 26: Gold in the Time of Coronavirus

This week’s episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast, Keith Weiner interviews independent precious metals advisor Claudio Grass. Claudio explains his sound money origin story and how the rest of the world understands gold vs Americans’ understanding. The wide ranging conversation spans everything from history, to covid lockdowns, to how societies change, to our relationship to […]

Episode 25: The Origins and Machinations of the Federal Reserve

The Origins and Machinations of the Federal Reserve

This week’s episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast explores the topic of Central Banks, most notably the US Federal Reserve. Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner explores why the Fed was created and what deleterious effects it has on our economy including inflation, boom bust cycles and monetary debasement in this recorded talk given to investment […]

Episode 24: Destructive Profit vs Productive Profit

Destructive Profit vs Productive Profit

This week’s episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast explores the idea of profits, and why it matters how you get them. Much of the financial world has confused the idea of profit with price appreciation. Or as we like to say, they confuse investment with speculation. Investment is deploying capital productively in a business for […]

Episode 23: The History Behind the Nixon Shock

The History Behind the Nixon Shock - Gold Exchange Podcast

The history of the Nixon Shock doesn’t begin in 1971, it goes all the way back to 1792. As Keith wrote about in his article, Nixon’s decision to close the gold window was the culmination of a long history of bad decisions. Decisions where government repeatedly and wrongly interfered in matters of money and credit, […]