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Monetary Metals® takes an unconventional approach to economics and precious metal market analysis. At the core of our thinking is the idea of incentives. Largely unnoticed by most people, incentives motivate people to act – be it the entrepreneur who sees an opportunity to profit from meeting the needs of others, or the arbitrageur who keeps markets aligned and efficient by profiting from divergences in prices.

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Smart Investor Germany Smart Investor Interviews Keith Weiner - Ralph Malisch of Smart Investor, interviewed CEO of Monetary Metals, Keith Weiner on the economic issues facing the global economies. Keith explained the reason for the disappointing price development in gold as of late, and what would make the price rise again. ” Unfortunately, many have bought gold using leverage and are facing margin calls, […]
The Moneychanger Moneychanger Interview with Keith Weiner - Franklin Sanders A.K.A. The Moneychanger, dedicated the July issue of the Moneychanger to speaking with the top individuals and businesses working to incentivize gold and silver circulation. Sanders interviewed CEO of Monetary Metals, Keith Weiner who explained why driving interest rates to zero gives even more importance to gold leases and gold bonds. “Gold loans […]

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fedcoin-part2 The Fedcoin is Coming, Part 2 - In Part One, we said that a Fedcoin is coming. The Fed will have no choice but to issue its own digital currency. But not because of the propaganda that we’re competing against China, or including the unbankables. If they issue a Fedcoin (which is not certain right now), it will be because they are […]
gold outlook 2021 Monetary Metals Gold Outlook 2021 - This is our annual analysis of the gold and silver markets. We look at the market players, dynamics, fallacies, drivers, and finally give our predictions for the prices of the metals over the coming year. Introduction Predicting the likely path of the prices of the metals in the near term is easy. Just look at […]

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FAANG 2.0 Is Gold About To Go Mainstream? - Every week Merrill Lynch publishes a Capital Market Outlook Letter. The letters provide market commentary, research and analysis, and the occasional investment idea. Merrill Lynch (together with parent Bank of America) is the third largest brokerage firm, managing over $3 Trillion in client assets[1]. When a firm of that size speaks up, you should listen. […]
Heat Death of the Economic Universe Heat Death of the Economic Universe - In physics, the heat death of the universe occurs if all matter is moving apart. If it happens, it will be long after we’re gone. But there’s a troubling move towards the heat death of the economy. There is a diminishing return on debt. CEO Keith Weiner gives a lecture for the Ayn Rand Centre […]

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