In the third edition of this monthly podcast-show the Canadian financial analyst Rob Kirby and the financial journalist Lars Schall talked about: the velocity of money as an alleged sign of inflation; the difficulties that precious metals mining companies are facing; and the further decline of human rights in the USA.
By Lars Schall
Here’s the podcast, recorded Thursday, August 30, 2012:
The topics / stories we were talking about are:
1) Velocity of Money is now Lower Than the Great Depression, Worst Stock Market Crashes
2) Gold Miners Will Need $3000 in Five Years to be Profitable, Silver Doctors
3) Congress Now Trying to Outlaw Reporting on Government Corruption, Alexander Higgins Blog
The video on the NSA that I mentioned is this:
The link for the podcast is:
Rob Kirby, who is the publisher of the “Kirby Analytics Newsletter“ and a consultant to the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (http://www.gata.org/), was born 1960 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He studied Economics at York University in Toronto. Upon completion, he went to work in the Bay Street, the financial district in Toronto. He served on an institutional trading desk for most of the 1980s and right up until 1996. For 11 years he worked at Prebon Yamane, an international inter-dealer broker, and one year at Freedom Bond Brokers (now part of Cantor Fitzgerald). Afterwards he spent two years at Garban Inc., another inter dealer bond brokerage in Toronto. In 2002, he went to work for Investor’s Group, the largest Mutual Fund Company in Canada, and stayed there up until 2004, when he resigned to write about the markets. His website is: http://www.kirbyanalytics.com/. Mr. Kirby lives in Toronto, Canada.