Another Look at OneGold

This innovative investment product deserves your attention.


Many of you have already taken advantage of the benefits offered by OneGold, the innovative new product that is a joint venture from APMEX, Sprott Money and the Royal Canadian Mint. Here's another update from Ken Lewis, the CEO of APMEX.

Over the course of this call, I first ask Ken to address the current retail demand situation. Next, Ken offers his expert opinion on the recent issues at the US Mint. From there, we discuss OneGold...from the initial rollout to its growing adoption and use.

Personally, I think OneGold is terrific. Not only is it an easy, cost-effective way to own 100% allocated, physical metal, it's also a tremendous investment vehicle for anyone in need of easy liquidity for their precious metal. You can learn more and register for a OneGold account by clicking here:

Thanks again to Ken for his time. Please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen.



J Siefert
Mar 18, 2019 - 11:49am

Another NZ Video (poorer quality)

Some questions:

While in the mosque when he starts shooting people go down immediately and don't seem to move around in pain on the floor or anything. To me (with no experience here) it looks too 'clean', too unnatural and also there is little blood to be seen (except on the front steps).

Also when he comes out of the mosque for the first time he shoots at people on the street. You can clearly see spent cartridge cases flying out of the gun for 2 or 3 feet. But then they disappear in thin air. They do not visibly land on the ground nor is there any clatter as they hit the ground. I have looked at that scene several times but something looks wrong there. Can anyone else explain that?

Later in the car he shoots twice at the windscreen. Why??? He also shoots out the passenger side window. ??

J Siefert
Mar 18, 2019 - 11:39am
Mar 18, 2019 - 11:14am

Binge watching The Sopranos and the 2 criminal class of America

This series was started almost 20 years ago with the first season released in 1999, right as the tech bubble was peaking. It carried 6 seasons, finishing in 2007, at the leading edge of the worst financial crash in history. The series is as current today as it was 20 years ago and as it was in the age of Shakespeare or the classic era of Greek playwrights including Sophocles, Euripides and Aeschylus.

The series can be bench marked many ways including Gandofini's enormous weight gain in those 6 years. His morbid obesity, a plague that affected many gangsters, was his plague in real life, causing his early death by heart disease

The change in technology via cell phones, computers, games and surveillance equipment is a side note to the series.

The characters age, get fat, get dead, get arrested, get imprisoned for 20 years. The utterly appalling violence in each episode creates emotional highs and lows as I watch favored characters and unfavored get killed, died of mysterious causes or just shuffle off the mortal coil, heir to their diets, habitually disgustingly profligate life styles or just old age.

The FBI, DOJ and cops play their cat and mouse games with the families. The government dicks are cast in almost as unappealing light as the mobsters because many of the gumshoes were scumbags too. Scumbags with badges and the color of authority, They are just as unappealing, nasty and churlish as the captains and capos.

That last means of retirement for mobsters is maybe the most peaceful but it's also one of the few ways out of the family besides being kacked, jailed for life or assuming room temp by accidental means

I just finished episode 3 of the 6th season so don't spoil it for me.

In an odd way this is actually a retrospective for me as I was a former banker yet still plying my trade as a commercial loan broker, so watching governments and banks run their scams was clearly evident but not to the degree that it's clear to me today.

The Sopranos made their choices in life to pursue a path of crime but I don't see their actions as particularly criminal because what they did in their neighborhoods and cities was just part of that lifestyle that drew in those who might become seduces by the allure of the easy buck. But this is nothing compared to what the true criminal class does every day

The Soprano body count might be a couple per episode including those who died by accident or old age.

The real, true and most deeply embedded criminal classes are not organized crime, the Mafia or Costa Nostra. They are still around but working quietly, behind the scenes, plying their trade with stealth and little flash. It's best to work sotto voce; under the radar, when the criminal leviathans walk across the like the Jolly Green Giants, armed; murderous in their intent, with long agendas that spell death to anyone who interferes with "They Thing" They lay waste across the world

While the criminal empires are loathsome and I find them utterly disgusting in all matter and aspects, it is very evident that the real criminal class, the uber criminals that hide in plain sight are as follows

1. Bankers

2. Politicians

Bankers do two things well

Debase the currencies

Fund the wars

Politicians get obscenely wealthy by catering to those two business models

The Sopranos are just cannon fodder when it comes to the arch criminals in this world.

The reason the government pursues them with such rapacious vigor is the government and the banksters cannot stand the competition

You can reason with the Sopranos and when they are bought they stay bought. They even have a code of honor

The same cannot be said for bankers and politicians

I took at the Soprano series as a training film

Mar 18, 2019 - 9:52am

Criminality Rampant

Welcome to another unregulated day on Wall Street.

Mar 18, 2019 - 9:41am

I have no KVT because I'm not

I have no KVT because I'm not an accredited investor. But I think it's a good investment to have.

Angry Chef
Mar 18, 2019 - 9:39am


Sounds like there was a total of 5 shooters ay ChristChurch. One of which got away and escaped to Israel. And now the Government wants to fine you for sharing any footage of the affair and throw you in jail. Seems rather odd doesn't it ?

Angry Chef
Mar 18, 2019 - 9:36am

Phoenix79 Mistrust of Governments

You're wise to mistrust the Government. They never do anything positive for their citizens. And in the case of the RCM, there is a reason why it's called the Royal Canadian Mint. It's not the Canadian Government that owns it.

J Siefert
Mar 18, 2019 - 6:55am

The NZ Video

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J Siefert
Mar 18, 2019 - 4:44am
Mar 17, 2019 - 9:25pm


What gives ?Am i missing something?

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