Bitcoin has an intractable problem, and it is intrinsic to bitcoin itself.
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Ep 56 - Jason Cozens: The Solution to Bank Risk is Gold
56:35In this thought-provoking interview Jason Cozens, founder and CEO of Glint, discusses the future of money and the role that gold can play in a modern financial system, riddled with bank risk. Jason shares his insights on why the traditional banking system is failing to meet the needs of consumers. Keith and Jason explore why gold is money, not an investment, and how Glint is making gold more accessible to the average person.
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Ep 55 - Stefan Gleason: Sound Money Coming to Wyoming?
59:32Stefan Gleason of the Sound Money Defense League returns to the Gold Exchange Podcast to discuss the success of sound money initiatives at the state level, the critical bill in consideration in Wyoming, and how you can help win sound money policies in your state. We are expecting a hearing on SF 101 next Tuesday or Thursday in the House Finance committee. It's critical the bill be passed out of committee next week. Chairman Harshman and the other house members listed on this page (right side) are the ones that should be contacted by anyone in Wyoming - https://www.wyoleg.gov/Committees/2023/J03
Ep 53 - Gold Outlook for 2023
52:00Our highly anticipated 2023 Gold Outlook Report is out now! Watch CEO Keith Weiner discuss his outlook in the latest podcast episode that covers Central Bank gold purchases, silver demonetization, and the impact of rate hikes on gold and silver prices in 2023. Save the Date! We will be hosting a webinar forum where you can ask Keith your questions about the Gold Outlook Report. Day: Monday, March 6 Time: 12:00 pm Additional registration details to follow
Ep 52 - Jeff Snider: Solving the Eurodollar Puzzle
41:12Jeff Snider, Headmaster of Eurodollar University, joins the podcast to talk about the perverse complexities of the Eurdollar system. What even is a Eurodolllar? Why was the system created? Keith and Jeff discuss the Eurodollar market and then give their hot takes in a hilarious lighting round. Which is more likely: Stephanie Kelton replaces Janet Yellen or the Fed adds Bitcoin to their balance sheet? Find out the answers to all these questions and more in this insightful whirlwind of an episode!
The Current Yield Curve Inversion, Explained
12:15The yield on the 10-year bond recently fell below the rate paid by the Fed on bank reserves. That is, a bank gets paid more to lend to the Fed for a day than to lend to the Treasury for ten years. There is not merely an inversion between the 2-year and the 10-year bonds. Nor even the 3-month and 10-year. Now the overnight and 10-year bond are inverted. We explain why this is absolutely crazy.
Ep 51 - Bryan Caplan: Economic Principles for Genuine Justice
1:02:07Bryan Caplan, Professor of Economics at George Mason University, joins the podcast to talk about his latest book, the minimum wage, betting, and much more! Is nature or nurture more important? Why should a Keynesian be against the minimum wage? What is the trillion dollar tab waiting for us to pick up? Watch this whirlwind episode, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Ep 50 - Brent Johnson: Has the Dollar Milkshake Spilled or Just Begun?
30:34Is the dollar heading to new heights or new lows? Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital joins the Gold Exchange Podcast LIVE in New Orleans! Listen to Brent discuss the historic rise of the DXY, the effects on (d)emerging markets, and how he sees a currency and sovereign debt crisis playing out. Will Powell be able to solve Triffin's Dilemma? Can foreign central banks escape the zugzwang position? Will the financial justice warriors finally be vindicated? Watch the full episode to find out!