A2A with James Turk of GoldMoney
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James Turk is a legend in the precious metals sector. As founder of GoldMoney in 2001, James has long been an advocate of sound money and physical precious metal ownership. What a treat to have him stop by TFMR again today and answer subscriber questions in our A2A format!
Among the questions covered in this webinar:
- The short-term paper market conditions as well as physical metal issues on the ground in London and elsewhere
- The sham of ETF gold "ownership" and the fallacy of the 580 mts allegedly added to gold ETFs in 2016
- How much longer the BoJ and other central banks can continued their failed cash-printing policies
- Are royalty companies preferred investments in the metals sector
- And much, much more!
Please be sure to give this recording a thorough listen. When you're finished, you should consider buying James' book, "The Money Bubble". It's a great read. You should also give strong consideration to becoming a GoldMoney customer as they are a prominent advertiser and supporter of TFMR...and I own some Bitgold, too!
James has over 40 years’ experience in international banking, finance and investments. He began his career at The Chase Manhattan Bank where he worked on assignments in Thailand, the Philippines and Hong Kong.
In 1983, he was appointed as manager of the Commodity Department of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. After leaving that post in 1987, he went on to hold various advisory roles in money management.
In 2001 he co-founded GoldMoney and remains a director of the group. James makes regular conference appearances around the world, provides commentary for numerous publications and newswires as well as producing articles for his website and GoldMoney.
His most recent book, "The Money Bubble", came out in January of 2014 and is linked below. Also, be sure to visit http://www.goldmoney.com and http://BitGold.com/r/TlY5pO whenever you are looking for bullion and storage.
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