Gold

Research director at Dow Theory Letters, Matthew Kerkhoff, tells listeners how Dow theory itself relates to gold and other precious metals. Also discussed is behavioral finance, market psychology, and the current global situation involving Russia, China, and the western world.




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Famed resource investor Rick Rule, the Chairman of Sprott US Holdings, chats with host Andrew Duncan about the junior mining sector, gold, opportunities in Australia and whether or not China will come out with a gold-backed currency.

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The Riskless Yield Curve & Credit Spreads, Lecture 017, Securities Investment 101

June 24, 2013

In today’s lecture, we examine the ‘special’ yield curve known as the ‘riskless’ yield curve and how we define it and its terms. Once we have this special yield curve defined, we then talk about credit spreads, which are essentially the difference in yields between bonds of the same maturity, particularly as compared to the […]

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John Embry: ‘everyone should look at Zero Hedge, Sinclair and KWN’

June 14, 2013

On behalf of GoldMoney, MithrilMoney lecturer Andy Duncan spoke recently to John Embry, the Chief Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management: Episode 131: GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan talks to John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, about the “Great Gold Takedown”, the road to hyperinflation, and the Orwellian nature of government economic information. Along […]

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Dr. Paul Craig Roberts on gold and gangster capitalism

June 8, 2013

On behalf of GoldMoney.com, MithrilMoney lecturer, Andy Duncan, interviews Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, the former Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Treasury, and President Ronald Reagan’s primary economic advisor. Episode 129: Andy Duncan has the pleasure to interview former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts. Andy gets straight to it and asks Dr. […]

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