A2A with Ned Naylor-Leyland


This week's A2A webinar guest was precious metals fund manager, Ned Naylor-Leyland. The discussion covered a wide range of topics and is a must listen for all residents of Turdville.

Over the course of the 50-minute call, Ned discusses:

  • the ongoing EU discussion with Greece and a possible Greek exit from the euro
  • German gold repatriation and the BaFin investigation into "market manipulation"
  • the long-term effects of ZIRP and NIRP on metals prices
  • which category of mining stocks he's most interested in buying here
  • the relevance of pricing gold in currencies other than the US dollar

Great stuff from a brilliant guy and an ardent supporter of our cause.




Feb 12, 2015 - 1:42pm

ya first first for 2015

now time to listen to the podcast

Great stuff as always Turd!

Feb 12, 2015 - 1:51pm

Nice, almost an hour long!

The metals are basically flat as I listen.

Good Luck All...


Feb 12, 2015 - 2:03pm

Trying for Third for Marchas

third. So I got to say Jeez, not again. :)

Feb 12, 2015 - 2:17pm

Damn It

That was mine Lakedweller2 Sheeee Keep Stacking

Feb 12, 2015 - 2:29pm

will we be listening to Jim Willie over this presidents day ?

Hope so...great A2A, just finished listening in Yokosuka Japan 4:30 am

Feb 12, 2015 - 2:44pm


I can barely hear Ned. I also couldn't hear his answer to where are they getting the gold from (heard some not all). O! well. Keep Stacking

Feb 12, 2015 - 3:00pm

He did not say this did he

It won't work, Eric, because the problems we have just discussed are guaranteed to propel gold to new highs in 2015.”

Oh no ! Its another Kingworld news prediction. I like Egon but how many times can you say this before, like the Fed, you lose credibility. Anyway still better than the daily dose of years and years of stagnant prices just because, well we have had stagnant to down prices for 4 years. So its easy to say this or regurgitate some analyst like Armstrong adn claim to be right.

Mr. Fix
Feb 12, 2015 - 4:00pm

May we please have more war? Senate confirmation.


Senate Majority Leader McConnell expects him "to speak truth to power"

Image Credits: DoD, Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo


The Senate on Thursday easily approved President Barack Obama’s pick to head the Pentagon, confirming the fourth secretary of defense in six years.

In a 93 to 5 vote, the Senate approved Ashton Carter to head the Department of Defense to help lead the U.S. response to Islamic extremists, Russian-back militants in Ukraine, and an end to the war in Afghanistan.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said before that vote that he would support Carter, but he expects him “to speak truth to power.”

Carter has promised to deliver candid advice to the White House, and in his confirmation hearing said he favors changing the Obama administration’s currently policy of not providing lethal aid to Ukraine.

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Does anyone actually believe that Obama's mind needs to be changed?

The hoodlums in Washington DC will send “lethal aid” anywhere on the planet, as long as they promise to use it against us. Our tax dollars, hard at work…

Texas Sandman
Feb 12, 2015 - 4:22pm

Crickets chirping at the GAO

Consumer tip line at the CFTC is a bad joke, but their inspector general might (MIGHT) be worthwhile.

From: "Young, Charles" <YoungC1[at]gao[dot]gov>
Date: February 12, 2015 at 1:49:13 PM CST


Subject: RE: CFTC accountability

Dr. XXX,

Thank you for reaching out to us and sharing your concerns about the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

We note that you have copied the appropriate Congressional Committees. If you have not done so already, we also suggest that you also contact CFTC on its customer tip and complaint line (https://www.cftc.gov/ConsumerProtection/FileaTiporComplaint/index.htm.)

In addition, we suggest that you forward your concerns to CFTC's Office of the Inspector General (https://www.cftc.gov/About/OfficeoftheInspectorGeneral/index.htm).

Chuck Young

Chuck Young
Managing Director, Public Affairs
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
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Feb 12, 2015 - 4:30pm

Ashton Carter Goldman

Jamie: Hey Ashton. Can you take out ifstanmicstan so we can get the gold and oil.

Ashton: Sure and do you want to rape the women and children or just the men?

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