The Day Capitalism Died – Robert Kiyosaki and George Gammon

The Day Capitalism Died – Robert Kiyosaki and George Gammon

Rich Dad Radio Show, Released on 8/25/21 A follow-up to the episode celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the day Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, guest George Gammon is in the studio to discuss how creating unlimited amounts of money has created “monetary heroin.” George Gammon, a former entrepreneur, turned investor, and host […]

Bill Holter & Andy Schectman: the market is on the verge of forcing us back onto a gold standard

Bill Holter & Andy Schectman: the market is on the verge of forcing us back onto a gold standard

Wall Street Silver, Released on 8/15/21 Nixon Abandons Gold 1971 – Bill Holter & Andy Schectman join us to explain what happened, the negative changes since 1971 and how the market is on the verge of forcing us back onto a gold standard. Bill Holter is currently a writer for Miles Franklin and Jim Sinclair’s […]

50 Years of No Gold Standard – Craig Hemke, David Morgan, James Anderson

50 Years of No Gold Standard – Craig Hemke, David Morgan, James Anderson

Wall Street Silver, Released on 8/14/21 It has been 50 years since Richard Nixon took us “temporarily” off of the Gold Standard. How has that affected our currency, our standard of living, our future? Craig Hemke, David Morgan and James Anderson join us. David Morgan is a world-renown precious metals aficionado. He is the creator […]

Max interviews Mitch Feierstein about the consequences of letting children play with derivatives

Max interviews Mitch Feierstein about the consequences of letting children play with derivatives

RT, Released on 8/14/21 In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the tales of small landlords being forced into forbearance as the rent moratorium gets extended yet again. In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein about the consequences of letting children play with derivatives, including the fact that only […]

Jim Grant discusses gold and finance fifty years into the fiat currency era

Jim Grant discusses gold and finance fifty years into the fiat currency era

Sprott, Released on 8/13/21 On August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon suspended the convertibility of the U.S. dollar into gold, effectively ending the Bretton Woods Agreement that had been put in place in the mid-1940s, following WWII to stabilize the postwar economy. Host Ed Coyne is joined by Jim Grant, founder and editor of Grant’s […]

Jim Rickards: Gold Standard vs. Fiat Money, 50 Years Later— Are We Better Off?

Jim Rickards: Gold Standard vs. Fiat Money, 50 Years Later— Are We Better Off?

Stansberry Research, Released on 8/12/21 August 15, 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the end of the gold standard in the U.S. In 1971, President Richard Nixon formally unpegged the U.S. dollar from gold, meaning the greenback was no longer convertible into bullion. Our Daniela Cambone speaks with best-selling author Jim Rickards about the U.S. […]

Max Keiser interviews Egon von Greyerz about the still ongoing consequences of 50 years of fiat (Part 1/2)

Max Keiser interviews Egon von Greyerz about the still ongoing consequences of 50 years of fiat (Part 1/2)

RT, Released on 8/5/21 For Part 2 of this interview, CLICK HERE In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the increased adoption of bitcoin in Nigeria after the government tried to ban it. In the second half, Max interviews Egon von Greyerz of GoldSwitzerland.com about 50 years of fiat and the […]

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