CEO Keith Weiner on MishTV


CEO of Monetary Metals Keith Weiner joins Mike “Mish” Shedlock on MishTV to talk Russia, the Ruble and the US dollar.

Mish is a registered investment advisor for SitkaPacific Capital Management and runs a global economics blog called MishTalk. Mish has also raised $500,000 for the Les Turner ALS foundation and was their 2012 man of the year.

Mish and Keith talk about how the dollar is not close to losing reserve currency status and why many financial pundits can’t seem to understand why.

Keith and Mish also talk about:

  • The effectiveness of sanctions on Russia
  • The energy trade rerouting
  • Rate hike expectations
  • The significance of supposed de-dollarization
  • The Ruble, Yuan and remittance
  • Supply chain disruption and the end of just in time manufacturing
  • Home sales, mortgages and recessions

Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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