The Gold Exchange Podcast

Ep 39 – Tavi Costa: Breaking Down the Pressures on the Market

Episode 39 Tavi Costa

Tavi Costa of Crescat Capital joins Keith and Dickson on the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about the current state of the market, investing in good times and bad, and what future indicators to watch. Connect with Tavi on Twitter: @TaviCosta Connect with Keith Weiner and Monetary Metals on Twitter: @RealKeithWeiner @Monetary_Metals Additional Resources Fed […]

Ep 38 – Jp Cortez: Fighting for Sound Money

Jp Cortez

Jp Cortez of the Sound Money Defense League joins Keith and Ben on the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about problems with central planning, the morality of sound money, which states are topping the Sound Money Index and why, and what you can do to support grass roots initiatives in the fight for sound money. […]

Ep 37 – Brent Johnson: The Dollar Milkshake Theory Explained

Dollar Milkshake Theory Explained

Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital joins the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about the Dollar Milkshake Theory, how and why everyone should own gold, and what the perversity of the dollar system means for all the other world currencies. To connect with Brent, check out his website: https://santiagocapital.com Connect with Brent on Twitter: @SantiagoAuFund The […]

Ep – 36 Jim Forsythe, Returning to Sound Money Sanity

Jim Forsythe

Jim Forsythe of Citizens for Sound Money joins the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about how we can opt-out of dollars and get on the path back to sound money sanity. Keith and Jim discuss the systematic failure of public schooling, Bitcoin, what makes a better monetary system and how to get there, and the […]

Ep 35 – Evidence Based Wealth with Paul Belanger

Jim Forsythe

​Paul Belanger joins the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about his gold analysis, why the Random Walk Hypothesis and Monte Carlo analysis are wrong and how much gold is the “right amount” to have in an investment portfolio. Keith and Paul also discuss inflation and the 1970’s, the problems with data science, back tested models, […]

Ep 34 – The BearLord: A Recession Cometh

Travis Kimmel Bear Lord

We welcome Travis Kimmel, AKA the Dollar Fatalist, the Wizard of Web1, the Crusher of Cryptocurrency dreams, and our favorite moniker, the illustrious BearLord, onto the Gold Exchange Podcast! Travis joins Keith to talk about Bitcoin acolytes’ underlying Marxist philosophy, interest rate hikes, balance sheets, and so much more. Listen in to hear what the […]

Ep 33 – Legal Tender, Alternative Currencies, and the Federal Reserve with Larry Hilton

Larry Hilton

In this episode, Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner interviews President of United Precious Metals Association (UPMA) Larry Hilton. Larry was instrumental in passing various legal tender laws across the country and is an expert on using alternative currencies. Together with UPMA, he is working on getting sound money to become a viable and profitable alternative to […]

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 […]