“Die Finanzkrise ist eine reine Krise des Geldsystems“

Lars Schall sprach für JungleDrumRadio mit Andreas Marquart, Vorstand des Ludwig von Mises Instituts Deutschland, über das Buch “Warum andere auf Ihre Kosten immer reicher werden… und welche Rolle der Staat und unser Papiergeld dabei spielen“.

“We live in exceptional, interesting times”

In this 3rd of a series of London interviews that Lars Schall conducted for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars sits down with John Butler, CEO of Amphora Capital, and they talk about 3 of this year’s highlights in the world of international finance: 1 – the Launch of the BRICS Development Bank, 2- the Sino-Russia energy deal and 3- the Ukraine crisis.

Die Woche im Rückspiegel betrachtet

Jede Woche am Sonntag stelle ich eine Auslese der zehn bemerkenswertesten Geschichten und Veröffentlichungen vor, auf die ich bei meinen Streifzügen durch die Tiefen und Weiten des weltumspannenden Informationsnetzes gestoßen bin.

“The three biggest reasons to invest in gold”

In this 2nd of a series of London interviews that Lars Schall conducted for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars has a City of London streetside conversation with Alasdair Macleod right outside the Dutch reform Church in Austin Friars near the Bank of England. Together they talked about, inter alia: the challenges for the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA); China’s appetite for gold; the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as THE future player in the gold market; and the problems related to Germany’s gold at the New York Fed.

“Ironically, America has never been as powerful financially as it is now”

For a series of interviews that were conducted in London for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars Schall met up with Ambrose Evans-Pritchard to discuss geo-politcal tensions in the world, China’s challenges, threats to the global economy and the expectations for gold.

Die Woche im Rückspiegel betrachtet

Jede Woche am Sonntag stelle ich eine Auslese der zehn bemerkenswertesten Geschichten und Veröffentlichungen vor, auf die ich bei meinen Streifzügen durch die Tiefen und Weiten des weltumspannenden Informationsnetzes gestoßen bin.

“Our money system makes people more materialistic”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, financial journalist Lars Schall interviewed Dr. Philipp Bagus, Professor of economics at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. Bagus points out in this discussion why he thinks the financial crisis is connected to the way money works and addresses the question whether it’s a given that a fiat money system destroys itself in the long run. He says: “The control of our money should be given back to the people. We should be able to choose the medium of exchange that we find most adequate.”

Subscribe to RSS Feed Lars Schall auf Twitter folgen