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“In terms of assets, there clearly is inflation”

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In this 4th of a series of London interviews that Lars Schall conducted for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars speaks with Jan Skoyles, the recently appointed CEO of The Real Asset Company. In the interview Skoyles addresses asset price inflation, China’s and Russia’s heavy gold buying, the technology behind Bitcoin; and the first gold-backed […]

“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 […]

“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.

“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 […]

“The people causing the crisis are the ones who stand to gain the most from it”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, Lars Schall talked with the German economists Marc Friedrich and Matthias Weik. Both bestselling authors explain from a German and international perspective, in easy to understand language, why “The Crash is the solution” and why this crash will be more catastrophic than the previous one. They describe based on […]

“Gold price rigging allows continuation of flawed policies”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management’s GoldSwitzerland Internet site, financial journalist Lars Schall interviews Hong Kong-based fund manager William S. Kaye about the objectives of gold price suppression by Western central banks and, upon its failure, the likely transition into a new world financial system.

“Gold is the world’s only ultimate asset”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset MGMT Lars Schall talked with Stewart Thomson of Graceland Updates. Thomson thinks gold will take on more of a role in the future as a base currency in commodity trading accounts. Moreover, he says the Western banking system won’t be very relevant to gold in the coming decades.

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