Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Andrew Gause - The Real World of Money -- 2014 July 09 WE

Trading Our Productive Capacity for Paper Dollars; More People Are Getting Rich Than Ever Before

Show Highlights:

-Linking you to your bank account through your phone: How technology is revolutionizing the way we pay for things
-Gold is the only asset with a limited supply; the metals market is highly manipulated
-We, as a nation, are making millionaires at 100,000 per month, Andy explains
-We create more millionaires in one year than China has total. So America still has it; wealth is being generated
-There are more people getting rich than ever before; minimum wage is rising by 30%
-Question from listener: What skills or degrees should I acquire to be employable far into the future? I have unused GI Bill benefits and am not sure what to do. Should I get an MBA?
-Question from listener: A couple of weeks ago Andy mentioned that you can buy coins through your business and treat the cost as an expense. How is this possible? I am moving my LLC to another state so could easily add a new business purpose or definition if that is the way to go. Any advice?
-Most of us on the planet have no idea of what real money is
-We’ve been trained to trade our productivity for paper dollars with no backing
-The main stream media will tell you gold is in a bubble and the stock market can only go up
-Andy talks about where we are now and how we got there from 2008
-The possible advantages of setting up a corp or L.L.C.
-If Andy were king, how would he deal with the “immigration issue?”
-The Tree Gorges Dam – a spectacular way to use newly printed Yuan for good
-Would there be soup kitchens without food stamps and welfare?
-The Plunge Protection Team: Who are they?

Andrew Gause may just be the top man anywhere for the highest quality analysis into the world of money we all live in. Andrew is a currency historian, an internationally recognized expert on the United States monetary system. He’s written two books, The Secret World of Money and Uncle Sam Cooks the Books.


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