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The Future of Gold and Money: Jeff Deist, James Dale Davidson, Keith Weiner Roundtable

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In this roundtable discussion, David Gornoski, host of A Neighbor’s Choice radio show, is joined by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals, and James Dale Davidson, author of The Sovereign Individual. Together, they discuss the history and future of gold as an investment asset for the average Joe, general misconceptions about gold, ...

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In this roundtable discussion, David Gornoski, host of A Neighbor's Choice radio show, is joined by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals, and James Dale Davidson, author of The Sovereign Individual. Together, they discuss the history and future of gold as an investment asset for the average Joe, general misconceptions about gold, the fiat money system, how to make gold become money. Is gold a rich man's game? Are stagnant wages connected to Nixon's abandonment of the gold standard? Did the US–Saudi relationship with regards to oil contribute to our declining wages and savings? Which is worth more in an apocalyptic scenario: gold or gun ammo? Watch the full roundtable to find out. Visit James Dale Davidson’s website www.strategicinvestment.com Visit Jeff Deist at the Mises Institute at www.mises.org Visit Keith Weiner at www.monetary-metals.com
Keith Weiner
Keith Weiner is president of the Gold Standard Institute USA in Phoenix, Arizona, and CEO of the precious metals fund manager Monetary Metals. He created DiamondWare, a technology company that he sold to Nortel Networks in 2008. He writes about money, credit and gold. In March 2015 he moved his column from Forbes to SNBCHF.com.

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