ShareThe financial journalist Lars Schall talked for Matterhorn Asset Management with seasoned investment banker and renowned economist Prof Thorsten Polleit whether the financial system can adjust by itself, whether central banks are needed or not, and whether the gold market is a free market at all. Moreover, Prof Polleit gives his answer to the question: [...]
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ShareEconomist Norbert Haering, discussing ”the veil of deception over money”, argues that closely limited and clearly specified interests distort deliberately the true nature of banking. The vast majority of money in circulation, he says, isn’t issued by central banks but by private financial institutions.
ShareDavid P. Goldman / Spengler, “the world’s most brilliant intelligence service,” discusses in this exclusive interview some of his thoughts on various aspects related to gold. Inter alia, he explains why he supports a commodity price rule for monetary policy that is connected to the yellow metal.
ShareGermany is neither independent nor sovereign, prevailing pretences notwithstanding. It has American troops on her soil for reasons unexplained and unexplainable after all Soviet occupying troops were withdrawn almost 25 years ago. Equally significant is the fact that the lion’s share of the German gold reserve is in American custody. If the Bundesbank asked for [...]
ShareThe international business editor of The Daily Telegraph, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, talks in this exclusive interview about, among other things: his conviction that the United States aren’t dead yet; what he sees as China’s big challenges; the destructive nature of the EU against democracy; the upcoming bond massacre; why it’s significant that central banks have become [...]
ShareThe renowned monetary scientist Antal E. Fekete explains in this exclusive interview his take on a “return of the gold standard,“ gives his alternative proposal, and says that “there will be a run on gold with an increasing trend.”