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A2A with James Turk of GoldMoney

by Turd Ferguson, TF Metals Report:

James Turk is a legend in the precious metals sector. As founder of GoldMoney in 2001, James has long been an advocate of sound money and physical precious metal ownership. What a treat to have him stop by TFMR again today and answer subscriber questions in our A2A format!

Among the questions covered in this webinar:

The short-term paper market conditions as well as physical metal issues on the ground in London and elsewhere
The sham of ETF gold “ownership” and the fallacy of the 580 mts allegedly added to gold ETFs in 2016
How much longer the BoJ and other central banks can continued their failed cash-printing policies
Are royalty companies preferred investments in the metals sector
And much, much more!
Please be sure to give this recording a thorough listen. When you’re finished, you should consider buying James’ book, “The Money Bubble”. It’s a great read. You should also give strong consideration to becoming a GoldMoney customer as they are a prominent advertiser and supporter of TFMR…and I own some Bitgold, too!

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1 comment to A2A with James Turk of GoldMoney

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    Good as Goldman: Hillary and Wall Street

    by Jeffrey St. Clair

    A less paranoid politician would have simply released the tedious transcripts of the speeches on a Friday evening to bore insomniac readers to sleep. The real question, of course, was never about the content of the speeches, but about why Goldman was paying her $225,000 an hour to give them. Goldman executives weren’t huddling around Mrs. Clinton to listen to her recite the obscurantist mish-mash ghost-dictated by her top economic advisor Alan Blinder.

    Blinder, a well-known Wall Street commodity himself, is a former vice-chair of the Federal Reserve and co-founder of Promontory Interfinancial Network, a regulatory arbitrage outfit whose top executives pocket $30 million a year.

    Blinder has publicly assured his Wall Street pals that Clinton will not under any circumstances break up the big banks and neither will she seek to reanimate Glass-Steagall, the Depression-era regulatory measure whose exsanguination by her husband enabled the financial looting by firms like Goldman and Lehman Brothers that spurred the global economic collapse of 2008.

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/07/22/good-as-goldman-hillary-and-wall-street/

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