The Gold Exchange Podcast

Episode 19 – Bonus Episode! Theory of Interest and Prices Mises Conference 2021

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Keith presented his Theory of Interest and Prices at the Mises’ Austrian Economics Research Conference earlier this year. Described as one of the most interesting talks of the entire event, this episode includes his fifteen-minute presentation as well as some follow-up thoughts by Keith himself at the end. In this episode, he covers: Was Milton Friedman […]

Episode 18: Outlook for Gold 2021

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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 […]

Episode 17: Why Fedcoin?

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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 […]

Episode 16: Inflation’s Inconvenient Complexities, Part 2

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In a prior episode, John Flaherty and CEO Keith Weiner discussed the intricacies of inflation, its definition, and the monetary and nonmonetary forces at play. This time, they go a little deeper. In this episode: The simplest definition of inflation How to properly measure inflation One universal belief that is absolutely wrong Two pending consequences […]

Episode 15: Inflation’s Inconvenient Complexities, Part 1

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There’s been a lot of talk of inflation lately, with predictions in the media running from one extreme to the other. Most folks define inflation simply as “rising prices.” But as John Flaherty and CEO Keith Weiner discuss in this week’s episode, it’s not that simple. There are a number of intricacies to be aware […]

Episode 14: Unexpected Insights On Fractional Reserve Banking

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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 […]

Episode 13: The Pressing Problem With “Money Printing”

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The phrase “money printing” conjures images of a giant printing press spitting out sheets of hundred dollar bills somewhere in the basement of the Fed. But is that what’s actually happening lately? Absolutely not. Join John Flaherty and Monetary Metals CEO Keith Weiner for a conversation that will likely make you say “WOW!” or “Whaaat?” […]

Episode 12: The Yield Purchasing Power Paradigm

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Most people think in terms of purchasing power: how much can one’s cash buy? In this week’s episode, CEO Keith Weiner & John Flaherty discuss an alternate perspective. Instead of spending your capital, what if you invested it to earn a return? What can that return buy? Along the way you’ll learn: The concept of […]

Episode 11: The Common Ground Between Bitcoin & Gold

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Is there common ground among the proponents of gold and bitcoin? John Flaherty and CEO Keith Weiner take on that question in this episode. They also discuss: What bitcoin has been able to accomplish that gold hasn’t What gold and bitcoin have in common A billionaire’s comments regarding a bitcoin bubble Why ‘engineered money’ may […]

Episode 10: Investing Principles for Precious Metals Investors

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This week’s episode is the result of many questions submitted by listeners. Such as: Should I invest in silver or gold? What are the main things I need to consider? Can you help me understand what the Fed is doing? Does it make sense to borrow in order to invest in precious metals? Along the […]