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"gold council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:08 min | 8 months ago

"gold council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"An exclusive interview with Taiwan president sian Wang where she is confirmed the presence of U.S. troops on the island She says a small contingent on a training mission also says it should be open a talks with Beijing and that she feels confident that the U.S. would step up to defend it if the mainland launched a military attack China's condemned the U.S. latest overture toward Taiwan saying it goes against the one China agreement China is also slammed the Czech Republic which welcomed Taiwan's foreign minister with a pledge of support for Taiwan's inclusion in the international community The chair of the joint chiefs of staff general Mark milley and an exclusive interview with Bloomberg's David rubinstein said China is becoming a fast growing military threat to the rest of the globe U.S. president Joe Biden may be going to cop without a package The White House says it is not a problem Senator Joe Manchin has said that he is not sold on the billionaire taxes basically been dropped the way it is now And it's sponsor is working on it And Singapore's health ministry reported out over 5000 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday It has not tumbled it is now tumbled 20 spots in the past month to number 39 of the Bloomberg COVID resilient survey In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg All right Doug All right Eddie thank you Here we are at 50 past the hour daybreak Asia and a look at what's happening with China as it plans to cap a key price for thermal coal I want to bring in Bloomberg's David stringer who covers the energy complex for us He's on the line from Melbourne David set the stage here I mean what's been happening with a coal market in China up until this point Well it's been a quite a dramatic month or two in the energy sector across Asia but particularly in China And just to give you the background what we've seen since the late August early September was really a huge crunch on power supply Massive demand for an industry as it rolls back from the pandemic Also we've seen residential demand start to increases the weather gets colder China headed into its heading into his winter All of that's put massive pressure on coal supply coal is still the most critical fuel for China generates more than 50% of the country's electricity At the same time we see the real squeeze on supply of safety issues some other logistics issues had really crimped what's coming out of those mine That collided to push prices just exponentially higher We've seen some really divine gains in both physical coal and also coal futures After a couple of weeks of that we saw the Chinese government really step in to do two things to encourage producers to reactivate old mind to really raise capacity and get more coal coming out of those operations It's also taking action to limit prices and we saw the most dramatic example of that we reported in yesterday that the topic economic planning agency in China will intend to set a sort of limit It wants to peg the price of the most popular type of coal to a specific price at 441 or about 69 U.S. dollars There will be a little bit of leeway about a 20% upside But that's certainly the most clearest step the Chinese government has taken so far to really limit the price of the material So when you consider the carbon emission story in China how much of this is self inflicted Any of it Well I guess that's a question that people have raised how is China balancing these two big objectives on the one hand energy security keeping the likes on continuing to ensure that sufficient fuel supply for that population and one that is consuming more energy And on the other hand meet those kind of meet those climate targets that it set itself It is true we haven't seen as much investment globally in fossil fuels the same true in China So you have to look at that But it's also true that China is the biggest investor in renewable energy It's installed more wind more solar than anyone else in the world And in many years more than the rest of the world combined So it is trying to do both things China continues to want to meet its climate targets while providing energy security What we've seen in the last few months is just another indication of how bumpy that journey is going to be So as you know David we're only days away from cop 26 very quickly in under a minute What does this really mean The rush back into coal on meeting those climate targets for China China says it won't change their plans They are absolutely certain and definite that they'll meet a plan to peak emissions in 2030 and to be net zero by 2060 But the clock's ticking to do that they have to start reducing the amount of color use from 2026 and obviously there's only 5 years away So a lot of things to change a lot of change in our energy sector that's required just in the next few years Okay David good stuff Thanks for being with us David stringer Bloomberg Asia energy team leader from Melbourne Kathleen What's next for gold Doug the world gold council is just launched as quarterly gold demand trans report for the third quarter today We're bringing in now Andrew naylor apec CEO for the world gold council to give us some key takeaways that I want to start though just with the general outlook for gold Just around $1800 an ounce Inflation is rising around the world But yield curves are flattening as central banks tighten and people get concerned about a growth slowed down Have we just got the sweet spot for gold 1800 bucks an ounce and it doesn't really need to go higher or lower from here Well you need to look at we're looking at goals performance You need to look at the fundamentals of structure of demand What we're seeing is institutional demand over the last quarter over the last year is down and that's why we've seen overall goal demand down by 7% And the real driver behind that is two things a more risk on appetite and also concerns about interest rates and the interest rate outlook So that's certainly ways on institutional investor sentiment when it comes to gold But if you look at the story so far this year it's one of consumer demand So consumer demand was very much subdued last year because of the COVID lockdowns the records high gold price that paid on consumer sentiment but this year we've seen quite a significant recovery in consumer demand and we refer to gold as being a dual asset or having a dual nature You've got those consumer demand which is driven by economic sentiment and economic growth and then you've got institutional demand which is actually driven by things like economic uncertainty and volatility and the need to mitigate risk So as the economy is global economies started to pick up this year as we've moved out of a lockdowns around the world vaccination rates have picked up and so on that's way that's boosted consumer demand but actually it's meant that institutional demand Right Okay so what's next then for the price of gold or consumer's going to push it higher is they continue to spend or again do you think we've hit a plateau On consumer development I think there's more to as more to go I would say looking at the rest of the year consumption I think will be sustained when it comes to consumer demand We've seen pickups in the major markets of China and India in particular which are the world's largest gold consuming markets I would expect that to continue for the rest of this year in Q four When it comes to institutional demand the key question really is when does inflation the biggest concern And you look at the discourse at the moment rising energy prices.

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"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A lot of people believe that July 31st was to cut off for or was the deadline for the cares Act related supplement $600 a week supplement. Look for a lot of states majority. Last check is already cut. People are not getting a check cut on July 31st their chick there last already happened. Usually it's July 25th. The last check happened in so that the other point benefits or at least a supplement misused supplement that's generated so much, um, conversation on Capitol Hill. Both the right and wrong reasons is done. And now you have Republicans. Democrats in the White House three different parties trying to negotiate a bill Democrats again Democrats a month and 1/2 A bill passed there, Bill 3.5 trillion size, Uh, Senate Republicans in the White House had been negotiating for the last few weeks. They have provided just a few days ago about it. Their version The issue is and this has been mentioned issues with their version is that it wouldn't get through the Senate and the reason why this is important for this particular bill. For this particular stimulus package. You need 60 votes in the Senate. So even if the Democrats word's hearsay House Democrats in the house were to pass it right now, there's not enough support amongst Conservatives in the Senate. To pass their own version of what the White House and in the Senate Republicans have put together over the last couple of weeks. I think that tells you how far They are from actually getting something well now when I say that when I say that, maybe shooting three weeks, but it could be sooner, but it's not going to be something you're going to see a headlight over the weekend, saying There's a deal. It's been met again there because now you have to factor in that the Republican Senate Republicans in the White House truly actually have to get everyone on board and then they negotiate Democrats. And all the last few days they started negotiate with Democrats and Democrats say they don't want to talk. They say Look, you've got to get your own stuff in order before we negotiate, so Girls who's right and wrong or worse. What side of the fence you sit on. The big moral story is They're still a couple weeks. Negotiations that have happened and now you have household not getting checks. They're not exactly before too long be running out of money. People are going to be running out of money as politicians trying to figure out who's on first. Well, bottom line is the ball right now, GOP So President Trump is gonna have to get Mitchell Connell and they're and they're gonna have to come up with something to get it through there. You two should their session and then give it to the Democrats. You know, they need to get on the same page on this same bus. We need to keep moving forward be economically, so people confuse themselves and pay their bills and make sure not getting thrown out of their houses. Apartments. Business can't make payments. That's one issue, much less the whole issue of this virus again, so they just really need to For a girl who's on first down this thing, And then when you're talking about your money's my gosh. Well, let me ask you what asset classes have done well recently. So recent asset classes of urine a tech stock or say if you were exposed to Google, Amazon Apple, Facebook Microsoft you've done pretty one. I don't think that's so surprised. People well might be a surprise to people is other asset classes that would be completely negatively correlated to these companies say like a U. S. Treasury. Or a double A rating. Corporate bonds have done very well. Also gold. I know we've talked about before. On several occasions. It's our largest position at the firm. Uh, has done very well. Gold has actually been the best performing asset class. Uh, all the asset classes, uh, this calendar year and the last 12 months. Don't you know that I know that you don't want to blow your own horn. But you've been talking about it on the radio for the last couple of years now, and I just hit a record $1950 an ounce and you know, and I guess you just can't stress this enough. It's a safe haven investment. It's along cyclical investment. We're gonna have volatility and into the near future uncertainty. I cant see gold going anywhere but slowly up. I'm in. It's up to the F's for the year. Well. Gold Council has tts averaging averaging 29% over year and again doesn't pay interest to pay dividends. But it's a safe haven investment just cares in the world. People always flock to it. You know that your clients in a pretty happy with you. Would that be said, going to cut you off? I wanted to get that in gold. And I think this is where, Uh uh, people have two different, really side of gold. I think everyone, even even the people who are bold bulls. Would say gold over the next 3 60 days needs to take a breather. It does its ramp off over the last 60 days has been especially in the face of stock market Rising has been very, very strong. And it makes sense for you to take a little bit. But with that being said, there is starting to be a growing chorus of people that believe we're gonna have inflation. In prices. No, We're not necessarily going to have interest rates that higher because the Federal Reserve is going to try to manipulate those interest rates you control or whatever mechanism may want to use your perpetual something that has been talked about this show talked about from the FOMC, the right arm, the Federal Reserve Center Open Market Committee. Something that big in Japan implemented a few years ago that something that the Federal Reserve has studied to possibly implement and they've gone public with that interest over the last couple years. That's why we've mentioned it. You're Kirk control happens. What you what would happen if a reserve with barely manipulate occurred intentionally to more officially stay? Well, something might ask. Why do you wantto artificially cheap interest rates low? There are a couple reasons, but in my opinion, the primary reason is basically to help US cover. Now, the thicker even before this for stimulus still gets added to the tab. Currently right now we have between 26 $27 trillion. Outstanding debt that is the size of the U. S economy. It's never been this high from phenomenal perspective from a relative perspective, which is probably more important has been a license or two. And if we add on four stimulus package, which we will at least be a trillion dollars, we know that we will break it. So this will be the most get into countries ever been, And this is where I think the bulb thesis truly does shine. It's not really that is a completely safe haven investment and if stock markets running the turmoil, we see another march that gold would do well. Wolf was down 5.5% in the month of March Now wasn't pretty fine. It was fine. So yes, Maybe it outperformed market but still loser. US. Treasuries went higher, but bulls down We're both comes out and this is what we did actually. And we will..

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"gold council" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"Up the demand for jewellery goes down this makes sense because the druids more expensive that makes sense they said it was about five after ten percent decrease from ten percent increase in gold price which makes sense interestingly investment actually has is a positive university as the price goes up people want to invest in gold more. That's interesting attract pretty much wanted to want a ten percent increase in price of gold leads to a nine point eight percent increase investment demand for gold which I thought was kind of interesting it makes sense when you think of because you mentioned negative I was trying to think of an example positivity can think of one but that's interesting yeah. It makes sense. You know people want to invest in things that they think are gaining value so the price goes up. They're like Oh. It's true but wouldn't wouldn't it. Just be a continuously increasing demand of investing then for gold like if it just keeps going so interestingly one of the things had Harkat in this paper the price for goal well has actually been increasing pretty sharply like compared to historical value of gold over the last like couple hundred years in a way that outstrips inflation racing. There's no like it's really is just wherever this feedback loop of people invest in gold so gold is worth more also quick aside before I continue down that road technology actually had basically no price elasticity so like regardless of the cost of gold had pretty much the same demand for technology which that was cool that like we apparently just use gold for what it's useful for and tech and nothing else. There's no like we're not gonNA. We're not replacing it because it gets expensive or anything ever which there's only so many solid gold iphones you can make before someone's like well. Maybe this is Kinda heavy and this is true so trying to figure out how to see how the price of the effected which really hard to find an example of a commodity increasing all at once then had like a big impact on a price because it doesn't really happen to this extent but we can sort of use to approximated proximate is a stock split so investing if a company wants to to basically reduced their share price without decreasing their value split the stocks so daughter. I say hey for every stock of ours you have you have to now and they're worth half as much. It's a thing it makes sense in context just roll with it so we're GONNA do that that same sort of idea where we'll take the increase of led her on a gold from changing lead to gold and then see what the price so now you have to know how much lead there is so there is an equivalent to the World Gold Council called the international lead and zinc study group the website is bad and all the NFL paywall so fuck them does not sound as cool it is is not anywhere near as cool. It's the lead study group versus the Gold Council right you would just tell oozes fanciest I go completely tracks tracks but we think about like golden led to like of course and let let doesn't even own it's lead and zinc like they can't let deserve its own group. Come on so the website sucks and didn't have any information without me having like making a counter or anything so I just went back to the US Geological Awol said make an account so which one is it bad ah so committed are you to ask for Password and implied from the Patriot looked at that there would be membership with a central Fi fi in good on that road road because I was just didn't want down that road care forgetting spam emails from the lead and zinc study group. I don't know Oh that's true anyway from from the US Geological Survey that National Minerals Information Center I went back there and founded their report on lead and there were fewer hard numbers but they did say the world lead resources total more than one point eight one billion tons so if you're a member number we said that there were two hundred forty four thousand tonnes of gold and if you add one point eight one billion two hundred and forty four thousand you get about one point point eight one billion. That's a good math right there. I did the math but the increase is like seven hundred forty thousand percent. It's absurd third and using like that stocks plain logic where we're asked but the price by how much you know the number of shares increased by it takes the price of gold from about fifteen hundred dollars per ounce to about twenty one cents per ounce which interestingly is actually still worth more than lead currently is because lies about six cents per ounce which which I thought was cool so you would actually gain value from having led turn to gold if you're led investments yeah assuming worked like a stock split which I don't think it actually would but under that logic yes it would let let investments great but the stock it's so hard to move it really is that was still heavy. Get Yeah so for my last question was does any country still back their currency with gold because you know we have a lot of countries go stand at one point where they had to back some portion of their money with gold just to like actually back up the value of the money really no one does anymore the last to really do it with Switzerland but they stopped in May of two thousand up to that point. They needed like forty percent. This was frank backed by gold but at this point no one requires anymore Moshe the major government's are at like four to five percent of their currency circulation and gold supply so it wouldn't actually have that much effect like economically which was a little surprised about the one thing I did see so as of two thousand twelve Lebanon had run roughly fifty percent of their our countries mind supply in gold and also like crippling debt but doesn't matter but I really really tried to see if this was still true I actually went to the Bawku do Lebron which is the Lebanese national bank their website and they do have like balance sheets you can access and actually was going through them and trying to figure out a little true and I couldn't because I'm not a fucking accountant or anything but this sounds like this question is like the most research ever done on any question. There were a lot of spreadsheets tonight kind of fucking love spreadsheets. I'm sorry I'm a huge nerd. I mentioned this at the start you also there's like also become a tagline 'cause. I think you mentioned like every other time you do you prefer it's your answer with I looked into blank because I'm a huge nerd and then you start your answer. I don't know if it's clear but I'm a huge nerd fucking low spreadsheets. If you give me a problem where I can look at spreadsheets I will just go nuts. I don't know why there's something wrong with me anyway. Overall point here I guess is that we're all economy surprisingly pretty fine golden obviously be a lot less valuable. I'm actually not sure actually was just like theory cracking trying to figure out what would actually actually be worth and I think it would basically just the price or colby based on like the non jewelry uses like I use for investment anymore. Obviously 'cause I just much of it so it really just be like tech and whatnot uses so it would probably be like roughly the same price as lead lead or another mineral that because it's kind of just the same as one of them now. I don't know I don't know if we still want gold jewellery like I guess we probably would but it would be cheaper. I don't know I mean it'll be worth its weight and gold. This is lots of things would be actually many more things than currently are will be worth their weight in gold because gold would be fucking dirt chief what they're made of yeah right and also what they're made up because there will be more gold than like iron in the World Alice actually true. We're not twenty nine but anyway be a lot of gold and weirdly y-you effects from that so that's cool anyway. That's pretty much what I had Chris what you do so for for my answer. I'M GONNA focus first on lead because I looked at lead poisoning and just like obviously we won't have led anymore but the effects of lead poisoning. If if you're over expose abdominal pain is constipation there's memory problems his inability to have children and in severe cases. There's anemia seizures seizures coma or death. Hey PEPCO Biz mov. I was GonNa joke going joke and you beat me too it much better one so thank you for that when Hell pepped abysmal yeah so those are symptoms and the CD actually they they set a safe upper or limit for the amount of lead in your blood. It's ten micrograms of lead per deciliter of blood which is like a very small amount so just like Any amount of lead is basically bad for you and over four hundred thousand deaths are due to lead poisoning per year so Jesus yeah. It's a lot what we how how did you get lead poisoning so yeah we'll get to that so obviously in more recent years we become more or aware of lead poisoning hazards but concerns didn't release start up until like around the nineteen seventies so some causes of of light poisoning or some some sources I guess of lead poisoning our lead based paints so older paints they use a lot of lead because it gave if the pain a lot of color I think specifically yellow in white paints had let a lot of leading them and it actually speculated that artists like Van Gogh they he's lot of a lot of those colors used them kind of like not responsibly. Will they know but what lead poisoning but they suspect that he had lead poisoning. I really dislike. It's like the closer you pick because I'm looking around now. In my medium old building at my at my off walk off yellow walls and off white ceiling I mean that's like a lot of houses are Yeah Ed White and yellow which that brings me to my next point. They a lot of houses have lead paint in them. So if you have a house that's older than nineteen seventy eight. They most likely has lead paint just because that was like the standard back then and then in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight they created a federal ban in consumer use of lead. I paint but not a commercial ban now. I don't know nobody needs lead paint. We'll find out as bad. There's plenty Nia fucking paint around guys painted other yeah. I'm not sure I don't know why specifically use the word consumer consumer use but they did so now so the actually having like lead paint on your wall isn't actually that bad it's when the paint deteriorates then it starts to like flaking dusting it gets into the air and that's when you breathe it in and that's when it's bad so what they suggest is that instead of removing it because in order movie up to Lake sanded handed down and torture and that just like puts more dust into the air they suggest that you paint over it with just like better paint and seal it in so it doesn't get into the air see that seems like an irresponsible solution to me. He's GonNa make it the next guy's problem. We're GONNA paint over this nice like you know Nice lavender and then you know twenty years down the line with the next person paints paints this wall and tries to stripped the paint they can deal with the problems. I mean they did say you can remove it but you have to. You just have to take special special precautions. You can't just do it Willy Nilly so that is paint those that's the first source we have. The second source is drinking water which researching this. I started to get a little nervous about everything that has doing. I I drink water. Isn't that Problem Flint. Yes I was going to bring that up. I got there. I won't sorry so in the US fourteen to twenty percent of total lead exposure attributed to drinking water and that's because of lead pipes so the Ph of drinking water fluctuates a little bit depending on now it's treated and if it's more acidic than it can crowed the pipes and then if it's lead pipes in the leg gets into the water and drink so in flits case in Flint Michigan in two thousand fourteen they changed their water source from Lake Kern and the Detroit River to Flint River and they did this because it's cheaper is just a cheaper source water but what happened was that they ended up having bad treatment for water and ended up hurting the pipes and over one hundred thousand people were exposed to lead poisoning. That's a good number yes number. That's a lot of people.

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"gold council" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is market place I'm gonna resolve fifteen hundred dollars is what an ounce of gold cost yet close this afternoon fifteen hundred and seven dollars to be precise that's up sixteen percent since the start of the year there are a lot of reasons people buy gold of course but one of the biggies especially relevant given the macroeconomic mood right now is that it's considered the safest of safe havens when other investments look like they might be going south market place Justin ho is on the precious metals desk is the market's gotten more volatile thirty one year old Justin penalties says he's been thinking about less risky places to park his money it's difficult for me to buy something and feel secure you know I mean everybody searching for security investors often turn to gold for that security when regular stocks swing around any of these has about ten percent of his portfolio and gold it's been a go to investment since he was in college plus he says it's easy to get your hands on different amounts of gold Sebastian Mallaby at the council on foreign relations says golds the visibility you can buy a bar or just a few coins is a big reason it's historically been used as a store of value I mean if you have you stay act how as a store of value it's convenient right because you have to cut the character there's still the issue of storage holding on the actual gold can be costly investors can get around that by buying stocks in companies that mine gold but they are stocks in their value can be affected by other factors like labor issues for a long time investors recognize that it was actually quite difficult to stick gold in your portfolio that's Dave not ask he's the managing director of ETF dot com a site that analyzes exchange traded funds ETFs by of assets usually stocks and they pull them together investors buy shares of that pool according to the world gold council last month people move to two point six billion dollars into gold ETFs they basically buy gold they stick it in a vault and then the shares the interest in that vault are traded on an exchange just like shares of any mutual fund but no matter how easy it is to invest in gold they're still cost no stock dividends or bond interest no big gains from a bowl run on the stock market Chris Akio senior currency strategist at daily affects says if people are investing in gold people are thinking about something else something else for motivating traders right now like a weaker European economy and the trade war which could slow global growth even more thank you says what's been driving up the price of gold lately is the belief that the metal will hold its value when everything else does poorly in.

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"gold council" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

13:31 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Always glad to be on your show. Dave and good afternoon to all your listeners. Ed, I wanna I wanna focus on a couple of things that have happened of late. That is surprised many people actually for those of us that have spoken about this. Maybe didn't surprises more like shocked us, but there's a member of the house of representatives from West Virginia. Alex mooney. And he recently demanded that the CFTC that supposedly is the ever vigilant watchdog to make sure that market integrity is maintained in particular in commodities markets. He demanded the CFTC explain its failure to find silver market manipulation. When the Justice department did just that your take. Well, there's this is certainly not a surprise. The CFTC has been negligent in their duties in the precious metals markets in general and the silver market in particular for at least the last thirty plus years so Reynolds, Ted Butler, who's been on the CFTC's case that long. Finally, got some action of it. But they found nothing that took the department of Justice and the FBI to go into J P, Morgan is files in charge next J P Morgan trader for doing exactly that he's been already pleaded guilty in a waiting waiting sentencing. But the fact of the matter is that the CFCC is not gonna do anything. They're never going to do anything. They're basically bought and paid for and do exactly what they're told. Which was they were told to protect J P Morgan Chase. And that's what they were doing. But the department of Justice obvious has other ideas and direct quote from Representative Mooney, quote, the US Justice department obtained a guilty plea from a former commodities trader from J P Morgan Chase and company just as you stated to charges of manipulating the golden silver. Mark is between two thousand nine and two thousand fifteen in its investigation. The actions of related parties is ongoing the period issue substantially overlaps the time during which your commission was investigating complaints of manipulation the silver market twenty two thousand eight to twenty thirteen over. Thirteen the commission announced that it closed its investigation without finding any wrongdoing. Why do the commission failed to find the wrongdoing? This. I think this is big, Ed. It certainly is. And I think that the the this question to the commission by Mr. moody is exactly right on the money. The. The investigations that were carried out by this CFTC were at the behest of silver analysts Ted Butler who's been pushing this issue for as long as I've known him in. Of course, his it's his works. That got all these questions asked in the first place, and the CFC's finding three different types of dubbing was wrong. And like I said before the CFTC there has been instructed that their hands off J P Morgan, and I don't think the department of Justice got the mental and they went out there after they got that one one trader P Morgan trader. But as you said this investigation is ongoing, and I'm certain that there's lots of other traders in precious metals at J P Morgan that are in the department of Justice crosshairs at the moment. Well, and then he dropped a second bomb. Again. Representative Mooney asked about the CFTC's recent refusal to answer questions posed by a group. You're familiar with a nonprofit watchdog group called the gold antitrust action committee Guetta that investigates government interventions in gold and silver markets. Well, the reason they're not answering those questions because they have no answer for them. Because. Impact of the matter is that J P Morgan has been rigging the silver markets, certainly since they took over Bear Stearns back in two thousand and eight and became the short seller of last resort. And at times a short seller. I resort. So the CFC has no answer because there is no answer the answer. The fact of the matter is a J P Morgan is as guilty as hell and their job is to protect them. And that's what they're doing by not answering the questions enter JP Cortez policy director for sound money. Defensely, quote, congressman Mooney understands that a lack of transparency in the gold and silver markets, not only undermines confidence, but also enables governments and powerful financial interests to manipulate currencies in asset prices to Americans, plural. Great detriment end quote. Well, it's even larger than that. Let me see if I can put this in just a few sentences in a few minutes when you control the price of the precious metals. Okay. Which are the monetary metals particularly gold. And the other two major commodities, which are copper and West End. Crude oil if you can control the prices of those then you can control it pretty much the entire commodity complex. And when you control the price of commodities, you you control what every country in the world that produces natural resources gets for those natural resources. I don't care this tin or iron ore gold or silver nickel aluminum. Whatever this extends into the soft commodities like the agriculture products, if you can control the prices of all commodities, and of course, you can control what you you pay for them in the United States. So basically imperial is. They're forcing all the other countries of the world to accept prices that are set by the American banking system, and it's basically slavery. Okay. Or imperialism by another name. At many people say, well, this is a step forward. But nothing's gonna come of it. Well, I think we need to channel Chris Johnson and the song good vibes that I played less last half hour. But I think actually there could well be some. Good things that come out of this and some changes because you said this before, but I want you to expound on this because you really have your finger on the pulse of these markets since the beginning of the year, maybe the end of December. If you will. The precious metals markets have been trading differently haven't they they certainly have into this. Ted bummer pointed out they've been trading differently ever since this conviction came down back was it the sixth of November commented on my columns, the market's just feel different now, they really do feel different. It's not they're not the same as they used to be. So I'm optimistic about that. And hopeful certainly has to your previous question about whether this is going to come to anything or not the question. The fact of the matter is, I don't know. And not nor does anybody else we can all hope for the best. But the thing is that this issue, which is what I said before is basically US and British imperialism imperialism by another name they instead of going out in the boat gunboat diplomacy or forcing people or to do whatever they want. They now do that in a COMEX futures markets, and because it's such a big thing for the United States. There's there's some people think that what the department of Justice are doing is going to end up being nothing because they'll just get I get overwritten and say, look, this is too big backoffice thing. So I can understand where they're coming from. And I'm hoping that's not going to be the case. But we'll find out at some point. Folks, were speaking with Ed steers, I'm steering with courage you to get ED's steers gold and silver daily comes in your Email box five days a week. It's phenomenal talks about financial issues around North America and around the world and ways in which you can protect yourself information. You're not gonna get from the Stuart Varney. So the world or the CBS is the world had we've discussed in the past but it bears repeating a number of sovereign entities. China Russia, India number of other countries have been on the buying spree when it comes to gold and silver precious metals and this was this past. Week and zero hedge central banks are on the biggest gold buying spree in a half century central banks bought more bullying this past year than any time since nineteen seventy one when the US ended the gold standard. The front ran that decision. Governments added six hundred fifty one tons of goal to their coffers in two thousand eighteen seventy four percent increase from the previous year Russia, which is d dollarizing. It's reserves was the biggest buyer foul by Turkey and Kazakhstan, Hungary, also made a large purchase citing gold's lack of counterparty risk and role as a hedge against changes in the international finance system, quote central banks chew chose to significantly increase their gold reserves, reinforcing the importance of of gold as a reserve asset and quote said the World Gold Council. Well, I'll tell you what I'm glad you brought that question up that point up and Russia has been a big buyer goals. Matter of fact, they bought all of their own production entire gold production for two thousand eighteen last year and put it into the reserves. And as you said turkeys buying in Kazakhstan buying it. China's been buying it on the sly, although they did announce an increase in the reserve publicly. But the fact of matter is as max. Said wanted to interviews the other day the world is basically get back on the fact of gold standard because when the central banks are out there buying hand over fist, you know, that the end of the dollar a system of of currency is is nine and FIA curtseys of all kinds are going to be in danger. And that's why the central banks are buying and if the central banks are buying this stuff by the ton. I urge the listeners to go out there and suck some of the stuff away before it becomes no longer available. And we see countries around the world, not just Russia, but many countries around the world as it mentions in this art dedollarization in other words, dumping their dollar reserve assets to invest in other. If you will means of trade, correct? Absolutely. They're gonna going into euros or yen, there, whatever it is anything to get out of the US dollar because they can certainly see what's coming. And and the other thing is, of course, is that the United States has gone full rogue political. And they're now out in in in foreign countries. I'll tell you other countries what to do and how to do it and what they can do and what they can do and Europeans are horrified. Of course, the you're in the middle of this trade world, China right now, and and other countries as well and politicians and banks of those countries are and rightly so are getting the Hello to dodgers soon as they can. And the first thing you, do you do that is dumped a dollar for other currencies. And of course, some of these countries are going for gold, and you're going to see that pick up in two thousand nine hundred and for the past several months Austin day, doesn't go by when President Trump is in pointing the finger at the fed saying they're a problem there a problem there a problem. They've always been a problem. Okay. That's true. I mean since Dave Janet started crawling on this earth. The fed has been a problem in fed was long. It has been a long since nineteen thirteen long before. I actually I was even born, but they are a tentacle if you will of the globalist syndicate. They tend to front run issues as we've discussed Ed and this came out from the San Francisco fed this from zero heads fed bombshell central bankers discussing if QE quantitative easing should be used quote, more regularly end, quote, the San Francisco fed just dumped another bombshell. The San Francisco fed President Mary Daly said that US central bankers are currently debating whether it should could fine. It's controversial tool of bond buying to purely emergency situations or if it should turn to that tool. More regularly. Ed, okay. Well, let me look what happened in December the moments that Powell race interest rates the markets became almost within days if not a week or so became a liquid okay? And very precarious. You saw the Dow and all the in the next is around the world start to fall. There was dislocation the currency. Markets. There was massive exodus from itchy apps, and they were within days not hours of completely failing. And there's lots of times for the plunge protection team showed up especially I think it was on the twenty fourth of December was the last time they showed up and the looked like the in the entire system was gonna come crashing down. The markets are so illiquid in so precarious right now that the reason that this fed governor came up to seventy should be pretty money, regardless of what kind of financial crisis. It is shows you that this bubble is so huge show. So enormous so interlock not only in the United States, but globally that we've reached the literally the point now that either have to Flint or die. That's where we stand today. Let's go back actually to the end of December ahead you put in your your great report at.

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"gold council" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. This is the Glenn Beck program. Abortion. Boy, something I said, I just. For thirty years of my career. I'm carrying enough water. I caught enough torches. I can't carry that one too. It's a ratings killer. Nobody wants to talk to my shame to my shame. I remained quiet until about ten years ago. It is the most important thing we face and is the cliff. It is the abyss that we are now staring into and we are either going to fall off that cliff or we are going to turn around and go the other way history shows us what happens when this cliff is faced and the people fail and fall into the abyss. This is the moment of choosing Steve dais as a way to help the fight. He joins us in studio in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you Cording to the World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone? That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the.

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"gold council" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in thousand eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, the ask them to send you some information about golden silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline dot com..

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"gold council" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

14:20 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"So Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you coordinate? The World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, the ask them to send you some information about gold and silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline dot com. One of the heavy hundred in talkers magazine, which shockingly is not a is not a fat joke because I'm on the heavy hundred two you're on it every year. I'm on it every year. Sure. It's not a fat. I'm pretty well. No. I'm actually maybe maybe I'm fooling myself. Steve days has his daily radio show and a podcast on television as well here on the blaze everyday following this. He is one of the one of the real good guys in this business. He is a deep thinker a deep Christian and a guy who holds onto his values. No matter what he's also the author of a new book called truth bombs, but he has traveled across the country to come to beautiful Dallas in the middle of the week to show me a movie for once. I'm not promoting. I'm not doing self promotion when I. Somewhere. Okay. But there's a team of filmmakers at believe entertainment, and they're huge fans of your show. And they actually ended up buying the film rights to my last book nefarious block is they heard you talking about and that's to the book. So we get a kickback fried. Or let's talk after he says your agent. And they were mulling over what their next film project was going to be an eight shows to put this one as a priority over the film adaptation of my book, not knowing that, you know, it takes two years to make a movie lane does not knowing we would be sitting here with the governor of New York saying the things that he said, the governor Virginia saying the things that he has said, and the movie is unplanned, and I'm sure there's tons of people in your audience and know, the story of Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood manager, he's remarkable guide who turned whistleblower, and this is a movie that is based on her book and her experiences, and you can find the trailer on Facebook. I've posted up on my Facebook wall as well. I think though, the trailer doesn't do the film Justice the trailer. I only hints at what is in the film. What's going to set this film apart from other pro-life movies? You've ever seen is it's gonna take inside an abortion clinic going you're going to see you're going to see abortions happen. It is not gratuitous the film work the way that. They do it. You are fully aware of what is occurring. In a way that it confronts you with the reality of these situations. So I mean, this isn't pimple Popper on, you know, reality TV meats. Meets the pro-life movement. There's nothing gratuitous anything happening here. So are these reenactments the reenactments of actual cases that Abby witnessed okay when she was there. And I when they brought this film to work for me to see it about a week and a half ago and the first five minutes, I was sitting there thinking, oh, no I'm going to have to tell the truth, and we're already off to a bad start because it has some of the, you know, it has some of the schmaltzy cheesy Christian movie thing that when I came in here a little while ago. You looked at me and Rozier is because you know, what I'm talking. I know I didn't know you were coming in for this movie to see tonight. And and I was just talking to my daughter, and I said, I don't wanna go see this movie. I know I don't want to not like it. I don't want to not like, and I don't want to have to look filmmaker who has tried so hard right in the eye and say to man, stop with the Christian, preachy kindness style. I know I know it then takes a very dark turn about five minutes into this. You're thinking this is another Christian movie. And where's the cheesy conversion seem, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then and then Abby Johnson arrives at work on the day that changed her life when they made her go inside the operating room, and they were short of nurses and actually forced her to confront for real not the aftermath of what is happening. She had seen a lot of young women that were bleeding that were in serious medical conditions and treated them afterwards. Now, she's got a witness firsthand. What was really going on? She asked to assist and you assist with her. And I'm no shrinking violet. The film made me made me swallow hard took my breath away where the film. Needs to be great. That is great where it needs to be. And that's what I told them after I saw the movie meaning people are going to be forced to see what goes on inside Planned Parenthood in ways they never ever have before. Do you think? Who's gonna watch this film? Do you think it will? Strengthen the people who are on the border and bring them bring them on board. Or do you think it has a chance of bringing people who are pro choice and not strongly? I mean, not not giving the Planned Parenthood. But think they're strongly on pro-choice. Do you think they will go and see this? I thought when I first saw the film that the target audience, you know, to you, and I were talking. How much your wife before we came on? And I thought the target audience. It would take people at your wife like my wife like me. And that's a lot of our audiences, and it would confirm them that now once and for all we need to end this which is a pretty big audience. I mean, we had one hundred thousand people at the March for life a few weeks ago. But I think the audience this is expanded. Now now that we're talking about live birth. I think I mean, look my wife my daughters are talking about it everybody. I know is talking about right now, it's there is. There is a fight for life. And it's beyond politics. It's not being stirred up this time. I should say this. It's not being stirred up. Do you? Remember when we were with. Orrin Hatch, and we were talking about the tea party. And we said our people really gonna come out of the party. And and he was asking about stuff. And he said he said, you know, all I have to do is I'll just propose a flag burning amendment, and that always gets people in the streets. And we were horrified that he told you the truth. Told us the truth. You don't wanna know that? Yeah. That was just horrifying. And we all looked at each other as he was talking where like, oh my gosh. This guy is part of the problem and. And we knew that he just didn't know we knew that. Right. But it was so horrifying. This is not that this is not that. This is not a. A political football. It it wasn't at least started by the right? You know what? I mean, it was this crazy group of people that actually believe. Yeah. We can just let a child, you know, we'll birth the child, but if we tried to kill it. You know, we'll keep it comfortable until we decide how we're going to kill it. I mean, it's so far beyond what even Democrats think that the people who are pro-life, but if never been involved, I think they are. I think they're just beginning to wake up and go, you know, what I gotta stop. Well, it's because and you see abbey's evolution in this film. You see her fall for all of the talking points. And they're and they're and they're presented objectively in the way of Planned Parenthood with present them. They're not presented ham fisted -ly. You can see why a young woman in her situation who's had unwanted, pregnancies. You can see why she would go down this road. And it's and it sounds right? And it sounds reasonable. It's the same thing with my mom when she finds out she's pregnant with me at fourteen seems reasonable when Roe versus Wade happens. Literally a month later, it seems reasonable for her not to want to be a mom at fifteen until she has to hear the heartbeat of her own child. And then she has to confront can. I really do. This is this really the tonsilectomy that they're selling me that this is. And that's what and that's what this movie forces you to confront more than any other pro-life film I've ever seen and it does so pretty brutally. And I think there maybe this is something we'll talk when they get down here tonight is I would encourage them, and I've even told them behind the scenes when when when you're done doing the arby's and the Christian e crowd, and there's a certain amount of safe that you have to and I I run into this all the time in my line of work. There's a certain amount of safe you have to portray to get these people on board. We don't want any controversy. We don't want anything like that. When you after you after you make all those rounds, you get those people on board. I think you should cut another trailer right before the movie comes out. The end of March and drop a bomb and let people know what is really coming in over eight hundred theaters on March twenty ninth because this is not this is not a feel good story. You're going to be confronted with the truth of what is really going on in everyone your planned Parenthood's all over America. I don't know if you've sold me on going to that movie. I think that that message sells a lot of people go, and I don't wanna see it. I don't want to see it. Yeah. You mentioned my wife, and my wife has been pro-life as long as I've ever known are very pro-life. We have two small kids. But this New York story has I've seen a different side of her come out as far as the emotion and the passionate about to the point where she's risking her career in many ways. And it's so when this when I heard that this preview was coming. I mentioned it to her one of her friends I had seen it somehow as well and saw what you're talking about. And she she someone who is super pro-life and someone who really passionate about this issue recently in particular. I thought she was going to be all in on seeing. And she was she was scared away by seeing the actual. Brutality of it. And that's a tough thing for people to get over. I think when you're on the pro-life side, right? Like, you can kind of make the understanding of of our mardi on the right side of this. I don't necessarily have to see it for someone who like, ABBIE. I mean, this is Abby she was on the pro choice side this really moved her. Yes. The same thing, you know, that people I'm a vegetarian, but which is the the would nations only conservative vegetarian, and but like pray for you. But that's what they try to do. Right. Like, they try to show. Okay. Here's a slaughterhouse brutality of what's going on. And that is affected for people, especially when they don't they don't really. Haven't really faced it. And if we can just get some people on the left or the pro choice said that not not the Tulsi Gabbard democrat democrat, who's who's just like, you know, I think I don't like this. But you know, women should have the right to choose that person can be really effective. I agree. I totally agree with that. And I think I think you know, there's one of the greatest pro-life speakers I've ever heard is from here in Texas, actually pastored a church for my even still pastor over in Houston. Doctor Lawrence white is his name. And and he used to drop this line in his pro-life speeches that just it was a neutron bomb. And that is the killing will continue until the church says make it stop. And there's a lot of a lot of ministries around the country. They do their one pro-life sanctity of life Sunday. And then they just move on for the other fifty one weeks out of the year and the killing continues. And this is a this is a movie that is designed to close that sale. Are you willing? Do you? Do you really understand what your four he really? Understand what you're against. And once you understand it, are you willing to do what it will take to make it. And so it is. I said we were on vacation to my family. And we started our vacation at Auschwitz, and my my my wife said Honey sop calling it a vacation nothing. Nothing. Resembling a vacation begins in Auschwitz. But I did it because I I wanted my family to see the truth stare it in the face and say who are we who are we? And if this movie can do that, it's what the abolitionists in America. And in England tried to figure out how do we get people to actually look at slavery..

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"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I. Ask yourself. What do they know.

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"gold council" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bull yon last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you Cording to the World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone? That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I. Ask yourself. What do they know.

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"gold council" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bull yon last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you coordinate? The World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in two thousand eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression were the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, the ask them to send you some information about golden silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline dot com..

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"gold council" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on WTVN

"Or something. I said, I just. For thirty years of my career. I'm carrying enough water got enough torches. I can't carry that one too. It's a ratings killer. Nobody wants to talk it to my shame to my shame. I remained quiet until about ten years ago. It is the most important thing we face, and it is the cliff. It is the abyss that we are now staring into and we are either going to fall off that cliff or we are going to turn around and go the other way history shows us what happens when this cliff is faced and the people fail and fall into the abyss. This is the moment of choosing Steve dais as a way to help the fight. He joins us in studio in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you coordinate? The World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because.

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"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since one thousand nine hundred seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is d- dollar rising their reserves. It was the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that you're being told? No, don't worry about it. It'll always be. My grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression, where the people who still had money in the great, depression, and a big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, ask them to send you some information about gold and silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline dot com..

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"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you coordinate? The World Gold Council governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression were the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, the ask them to send you some information about golden silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline dot com..

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"gold council" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on WLAC

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying uphold minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I. Ask yourself. What do they know.

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"gold council" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bullion last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression were the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I ask yourself. What do they know that you don't know? Call Goldline Goldline dot com, Goldline dot com, visit them online or call them at eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline, the ask them to send you some information about golden silver and find out if it's right for you. It is for my family, and it is becoming much more critical at this time. Call eight six six Goldline. One eight six six Goldline or Goldline.

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"gold council" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gold council" Discussed on KTOK

"Bloomberg last week had a story about how the central banks bought more bull yon last year than any time since nineteen seventy one. Wow. That's kind of interesting nineteen seventy-one wasn't that the year that they ended the gold standard. And the gold standard since nineteen seventy-one last year. More gold bullion was sent to the central banks than ever before. Now. That is incredible. What does that tell you? According to the World, Gold Council, governments added six hundred and fifty one point five tonnes of gold in twenty eighteen alone. That is a seventy four percent increase from the previous year. Russia is the dollar rising their reserves. It was the they were the biggest buyer. Followed by Turkey, Hungary, also made large purchases China is is buying up whole minds. They're not just looking for gold bullion. They're buying up. The minds. Why because gold is always a hedge against changes in the international finance system, if the central banks are buying gold and they're on a buying spree. What do they know that you don't know? What do they know that you're being told? Oh, no, don't worry about it. It'll always be my grandfather taught me the people who made money in the great depression where the people who still had money in the great depression. And the big money always gets their money out and parks it where it's supposed to be. I. Ask yourself. What do they know.

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