Tag Archive for: gold bond

Reflections Over 2022

Reflections

The life of an entrepreneur is not what most people would call “normal”. I don’t refer to the guy who buys a fast-food franchise. Nor to the gal who builds a chain of hair salons. Nor to the folks who have law or accounting firms. These are all entrepreneurship. I don’t know a lot about […]

Keith Weiner Interviewed on Ticker News

Ticker News

CEO of Monetary Metals Keith Weiner joins Ticker News Insight to talk about the emerging success of Monetary Metals’ gold bonds, failing fiat currencies, and what investors should expect from gold. Ticker News Insights focuses on the best of businesses minds from all around the world. Why might investors choose gold as a hedge to […]

Monetary Metals Ramps Up its Gold Bond Program with Akobo Minerals Deal

Monetary Metals Ramps Up its Gold Bond Program with Akobo Minerals Deal

Scottsdale, AZ–Nov 15, 2022  Monetary Metals is pleased to announce it has closed a Gold Bond for Akobo Minerals AB (AKOBO.OL), a publicly traded company, headquartered in Oslo, Norway. The term of the bond is two years, and investors are earning an annual interest rate of 19% on gold, paid in gold. The proceeds will […]

Reflections Over 2021

Reflections on 2021

In March, I flew for the first time since the start of Covid health theater. I was invited to speak at the Austrian Economics Research Conference in Auburn, AL. My talk covered Jimi Hendrix, and an infamous bridge collapse. In other words, I discussed my theory of interest and prices. At the end of November, […]

Wizard’s First Rule, Report 4 Nov 2018

Terry Goodkind wrote an epic fantasy series. The first book in the series is entitled Wizard’s First Rule. We recommend the book highly, if you’re into that sort of thing. However, for purposes of this essay, the important part is the rule itself: “Wizard’s First Rule: people are stupid.” “People are stupid; given proper motivation, […]

News from Switzerland and Turkey

Trouble in Swiss Employment This story from Switzerland will be ignored, lest it generate cognitive dissonance. The mainstream looks at a few carefully curated statistics. I encourage you to do a Google search on “marginal productivity of debt”. My articles are all over the first page of results. This is not because I am such […]

Who Would Invest in a Gold Bond?

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffet famously dismissed gold. “Gold has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative.” I have recently written about how a government with gold mining tax revenues can use gold. The benefits of issuing gold bonds include reducing risk, and getting out of debt at a discount. Pretty useful, […]

The Great Gold Upgrade, Report 15 July 2018

In part I the Great Reset, we said that a reset is a terrible thing. The closest example is the fall of Rome in 476AD, in which more than 90% of the population of the city fled or died. No one should wish for this to happen, but we are unfortunate to live under a […]

The Great Reset, Report 8 July 2018

Before it collapsed, the city of Rome had a population greater than 1,000,000 people. That was an extraordinary accomplishment in the ancient world, made possible by many innovative technologies and the organization of the greatest civilization that the world had ever seen. Such an incredible urban population depended on capital accumulated over centuries. But the […]

Nevada Introduces Gold Bond Legislation

Assemblyman Jim Marchant announced the Nevada Gold and Silver Enabling Act on July 2. This is an idea that Keith has been developing and writing about for many years. He submitted a paper to the Wolfson Prize proposing how to use gold bonds to avert financial armageddon, retire debt, ensure all creditors are paid in full in […]