Interview by financial journalist Lars Schall with F. William Engdahl, one of the world’s top geopolitical analysts. This extensive conversation is largely centered on Chapter 3 – The Rape of Russia – of Engdahl’s new book Manifest Destiny: Democracy as Cognitive Dissonance. Sit back, relax, enjoy the crash course and keep it as an essential…
On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, Lars Schall spoke with Ronald Stoeferle who is an internationally renowned gold market analyst from Austria. In the following podcast (28 minutes long), they discuss the extensive and detailed investor report named ‘In Gold We Trust 2016′, co-authored by Stoeferle.
On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management and pre-Brexit, Lars Schall spoke with asset manager and global economist Dr Enzio von Pfeil who is based in Hong Kong. They talked about the Far East Market, why the Renminbi is unlikely to become a reserve currency anytime soon, and about gold of course, amongst several other current…
Lars Schall talked with fund manager and financial commentator Grant Williams. In the following podcast they speak about Oil, Gold and about ‘The Donald’, inter alia.
Lars Schall interviewed Peter Boockvar, Managing Director and Chief Market Analyst of The Lindsey Group in Washington DC. They’ve discussed, inter alia, the increasing credibility problem of the U.S. Federal Reserve, the prospects for gold, and the anger of the American people in this election year.
Financial journalist Lars Schall interviews gold researcher Ronan Manly about his analysis of the world’s major gold markets. Manly says London’s gold market is among the least transparent, „because the London Bullion Market Association and the banks they represent do not want anyone poking around and finding out what’s really going on.“
Lars Schall talked with investment manager Ronald Stoeferle about this year’s prospects for gold, silver and mining shares; the still increasing gold demand in China; and a book that Stoeferle co-authored, “Austrian School for Investors – Austrian Investing Between Inflation and Deflation”.