Tag Archive for: gold

What is good money?

What is Good Money?

What is the difference between good money and bad money? Is there a spectrum of moneyness? Is political money worse than commodity money? Jeff Deist and Ben Nadelstein discuss the Quantity Theory of Money, hoarding money as an economic good, and Say’s Law. Connect with Jeff and Monetary Metals on X: @JeffDeist @Monetary_Metals Additional Resources […]

Bob Elliott: Why the Market Hasn’t Crashed Yet

Bob Elliott: Why the Market Hasn't Crashed Yet

Bob Elliott of Unlimited Funds joins the podcast to discuss the importance of diversification in investment portfolios, gold as a contra currency, and the role of the Federal Reserve in the modern economy. Additional Resources Earn Interest on Gold Bob Elliott Unlimited Funds 2024 Gold Outlook Report  Passive Income in Gold Earn a yield on […]

What is good debt?

What is Good Debt?

As total outstanding debt balloons the question arises: are all acts of modern debt and credit creation bad? What is the function of a true intermediary in today’s modern economy? Jeff Deist and Ben Nadelstein discuss the role of intermediaries in today’s economy. Connect with Jeff and Monetary Metals on X: @JeffDeist @Monetary_Metals Additional Resources […]

Michael Gayed: Gold warning signals

Michael Gayed: Risk On or Risk Off?

Michael Gayed joins the podcast to discuss current market risks, the Yen carry trade, and why he believes some larger institutional players are considering gold. Additional Resources Earn Interest on Gold Michael Gayed 2024 Gold Outlook Report  Passive Income in Gold Earn a yield on gold, paid in gold The Case for Gold Yield in […]

Jp Cortez: Pushing back with gold

Jp Cortez and Jeff Deist: Pushing back on inflation

Jp Cortez of the Sound Money Defense League interviews Jeff Deist on the undeniable nature of inflation and how gold ownership and gold yield is becoming more popular. Connect with Jp Cortez on X: @JpCortez27 Connect with Jeff and Monetary Metals on X: @JeffDeist @Monetary_Metals Additional Resources Start Earning Interest on Gold The Case for […]

Is gold an inflation hedge?

Is gold an inflation hedge?

Jeff Deist and Ben Nadelstein discuss narratives surrounding the merits of gold ownership. Is gold an inflation hedge, store of value, or a safe haven asset? The episode ends with questions regarding gold’s monetary premium and the different types of inflation. Connect with Jeff and Monetary Metals on X: @JeffDeist @Monetary_Metals Additional Resources Start Earning […]

Jeff Snider: Their System is Malfunctioning

Jeff Snider: Their System is Malfunctioning

Jeff Snider joins the podcast to discusses the current economic climate, highlighting the disconnect between stock market performance and underlying economic indicators. Jeff explains how he sees gold and silver regaining their monetary status and why the Eurodollar system is no longer working. Additional Resources Eurodollar University Jeff Snider 2024 Gold Outlook Report  Passive Income […]

Eric Brakey: The Free State Project

Eric Brakey: The Free State Project

Eric Brakey joins the podcast to discuss the Free State Project, sound money, cryptocurrency, and strategies for advancing liberty. What is the best path to liberty? What makes the free state so free? Can decentralized alternatives defeat the old incumbents? Additional Resources Eric Brakey The Free State Project Edward Snowden Substack Passive Income in Gold […]

Monetary Metals Partners with Coinhuskers

Coinhuskers

Scottsdale, Ariz – February 27, 2024 – Monetary Metals is pleased to announce a partnership with local Nebraska based bullion dealer, Coinhuskers.   Coinhuskers specializes in the buying and selling of precious metals bullion, coins, and currency. Located in Omaha, Nebraska, it has served its clients for over 10 years.  Coinhuskers CEO, Dave Peters said, “We’re […]

Reflections Over 2023

Reflections

I am writing this from home. But I spent five of the last six months of the year on the road. Most of that was overseas. In Reflections last year, I wrote about the gruelingness (yes, that’s a word coined as of right now) of it. So I won’t repeat that, but I’ll just say that companies […]