TFMR Podcast #22 - John Butler, author of "The Golden Revolution"
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Of all the podcasts I've recorded, this is certainly one of the most important.
Our pal, Ned Naylor-Leyland, introduced me to John Butler a few weeks ago. I'm grateful that he did because John's new book, "The Golden Revolution", is the most important book that I've read in quite some time. At just 200 pages, the book neatly summarizes the history of global sound money, the circumstances surrounding the exit of the previous gold standard and the likely events that will effect and implement the next, global gold standard. Read this book and you will begin to understand how and why this new gold standard is inevitable.
I implore you to purchase this book for yourself and/or someone else. Father's Day is right around the corner and it would make a terrific gift, too. Most importantly, John's book is indispensable in the preparation for the end of The Great Keynesian Experiment and you simply must read it.
John Butler has over 20 years experience in international finance. He has served as a Managing Director for bulge-bracket investment banks on both sides of the Atlantic in research, strategy, asset allocation and product development roles, including at Deutsche Bank and Lehman Brothers. He has advised some of the world's largest institutional and private investors in matters ranging from wealth preservation to enhancing returns through a wide variety of innovative strategies and he has been a #1 ranked investment strategist by Institutional Investor magazine.
Among his other accomplishments, John is on the record having anticipated the great gold bull market of the 2000s, the US housing market bust of 2007-09 and the protracted euro debt crisis. His publications include his popular Amphora Report investment newsletter and The Golden Revolution (John Wiley and Sons, 2012), a book explaining the causes and consequences of the 2008 global financial crisis and exploring the financial market implications of global monetary regime change. His research has been cited by numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Nikkei Shimbun, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Boersenzeitung, Handelsblatt, Neue Zuercher Zeitung, Milano Finanza and De Telegraaf. John is a regular presenter at investment conferences and other events around the world. He lives in England with his wife and four children.
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