Hard Asset Money Show -- Gold Part 2
5/12/21 - Every time inflation has exceeded 2 percent over the last decade, gold has risen. Sometimes significantly. Bank of America has a $3,000 target price on gold. Government debt liabilities are at an all-time high and rising astronomically, ultimately proving to be great for gold in the long run.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Gold Part 1
4/28/21 - Gold is a wealth preserver. Multi-billionaire Sam Zell, historically against gold, is now bullish on buying gold. In 2020, the dollar dropped 7 percent, S&P was up 18 percent, while gold was up 25 percent.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Silver and Clean Technology Part 2
04/22/21 - Silver production has declined since 2016, but with Biden’s new clean energy revolution, silver will be in high demand. Some experts are predicting silver to hit $50-$70 by 2022, and $300-$500 within the next 3 to 5 years.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Silver and Clean Technology Part 1
04/22/21 - In recent months, lots of dollars have been spent in clean technology. Clean tech can’t exist without silver, as it is used in solar paneling, electro-vehicles, and many other sectors of the clean energy initiative.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Hyperinflation
04/17/21 - What is hyperinflation? Too much money chasing too few products. Hyperinflation is here. You cannot have this amount of cash being printed by the government without some type of inflationary pressures.
Hard Asset Money Show -- China Financial Dominance
04/10/21 - The Chinese government is buying stockpiles of gold as well as encouraging its citizens to buy gold and to pledge their gold to the government as a kind of war bond.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Cryptocurrency Part 2
03/12/21 - The IRS is monitoring cryptocurrency, and it must be filed on your tax returns. The tax liability is shifted on profits from hard assets vs. non-deferment with cryptocurrency.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Cryptocurrency Part 1
03/03/21 - Cryptocurrency is becoming more ubiquitous in society, as governments around the world are starting to roll out digital currencies. What are the pros and cons of cryptocurrencies vs. hard assets?