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  • Infographics Archives - Page 3 of 4 - The Real Asset Company
    got time to read a long report Try our information packed infographics for quick visually stunning journeys through the biggest stories in the gold and silver markets Enjoy our beautiful infographics on gold money and banking and see how easy it is to embed them on your site or share them on social media Max Keiser Vs Bitcoin Twitter Battle Posted Apr 11 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Read More Do the goldbugs know something you don t Posted Apr 11 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 2 Comments Read More The road to Bitcoin mania Posted Apr 11 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Read More Who are the Bitcoin gurus Posted Apr 11 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Read More Look how US states are forging the next Gold Standard Posted Mar 30 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Read More Page 3 of 4 1 2 3 4 Categories Best of the Web Expert comment Infographics Social and community The Daily Nugget Tags Bitcoin Buy Britain s Gold Back Central Banks Deflation Economic Policy Economic theory Eurozone crisis Federal Reserve Gold bugs Goldbugs Gold bullion Gold investing Gold Investment Gold price Gold prices Gold Standard Gold Stock Google Plus GOP Government debt Inflation Investment trends Money printing Palladium investment Platinum investment Republicans Russia Silver bullion Silver investing Silver price Silver Prices sound money Follow us 1 215 Fans 2 448 Followers 5 094 Followers 109 Subscribers 70 Members Join newsletter Join our fortnightly newsletter to get all our commentary delivered to you Email Great news we ve signed you up Sorry we weren t able to sign you up Please check your details and try again Contact Us The Real Asset Co Ltd 25 Nutford Place London

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  • Infographics Archives - Page 4 of 4 - The Real Asset Company
    infographics on gold money and banking and see how easy it is to embed them on your site or share them on social media Shoot out for your savings Cash vs Gold Posted Mar 27 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Many UK and European investors are now looking at gold investing after events from Cyprus and last week s UK budget People are understanding once more what cash in the bank really is and how it contrasts with physical gold savings Savers and investors have been Read More Gold versus cash what is best Posted Mar 27 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 4 Comments Read More Have you seen the on going currency wars Posted Mar 14 2013 by Research Desk in Infographics 1 Comment Love our infographics Get them all in our fortnightly newsletter Read More What can the London skyline tell you about gold Posted Mar 13 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 2 Comments Read More Who leads the global gold rush Posted Jan 12 2013 by Will Bancroft in Infographics 0 Comments Read More Page 4 of 4 1 2 3 4 Categories Best of the Web Expert comment Infographics Social and community The Daily Nugget Tags Bitcoin Buy Britain s Gold Back Central Banks Deflation Economic Policy Economic theory Eurozone crisis Federal Reserve Gold bugs Goldbugs Gold bullion Gold investing Gold Investment Gold price Gold prices Gold Standard Gold Stock Google Plus GOP Government debt Inflation Investment trends Money printing Palladium investment Platinum investment Republicans Russia Silver bullion Silver investing Silver price Silver Prices sound money Follow us 1 215 Fans 2 448 Followers 5 094 Followers 109 Subscribers 70 Members Join newsletter Join our fortnightly newsletter to get all our commentary delivered to you Email Great news we ve signed

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  • The Golden Revolution - book review - The Real Asset Company
    Mr Butler looks at various options as to how we may find the world back on a gold standard ranging from the US taking the initiative after Russia forces them into making such a decision to the BRICS taking the lead As the author points out gold is already gaining attention and use in the international markets and so it may not be one country that has to make the decision Mr Butler also takes us through how a country applied to the US may prepare for a return such as learning from Mr Churchill s mistakes and managing the money supply The Economic Financial and Investment implications of the coming global gold standard Part III is most certainly the most interesting and unique part of the book It is the part which makes me suggest the book to people who are not sure how to prepare themselves during times such as these In this section the author explains how investors can maximise their investments in the face of the coming gold standard This section is not aimed at fund managers or financial advisors I believe it is accessible for anyone who can make their way around the business and money sections at the weekend Here Mr Butler explains how a return to the gold standard will affect the inflation the role of central banks and therefore the interest rates The penultimate chapter Chapter 15 Golden Winners and Paper Losers I found the most perceptive Here the author looks at how different assets will perform in the transition period to gold He looks at both financial shares industrial shares and other equities such as mining and utilities As for how the book is concluded I will let Mr Butler himself do the talking The book concludes with a few thoughts on how the future gold standard will impact society more generally It is my strong opinion that a world that has returned to a gold standard will be a far far more pleasant productive peaceful stable and moral place than that which we for a time have allowed ourselves to be deluded into believing was in certain respects the best of all possible worlds After all they don t call particularly prosperous historical episodes Golden Ages for nothing Ultimately a return to the gold standard will realign our moral compass it returns the basic virtues of thrift savings and good old fashioned hard work to the centre of society thereby strengthening the mutual trust required for the advancement of economic and societal progress Final thoughts Of all the books I have read in this space this was the most informative for intelligent investors who are perhaps not walking around with apocalyptic fears as some gold bugs seem to be Unlike some books which describe in often great detail the complex economic systems which have created our doomed global financial system and how it will all come to an end but without any indication of how or what we can do

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  • Interview with John Butler - The Real Asset Company
    how the new gold standard will eventually come about Fiscal Insanity True gold fears no fire Tags Gold bullion Gold Investment Gold prices Gold Standard Categories Expert comment About the Author Jan Skoyles Jan Skoyles is Head of Research at The Real Asset Company a platform for secure and efficient gold investment Jan first became interested in precious metals and sound money when she met Ned Naylor Leyland whilst working alongside him in the summer of 2010 Jan then went on to write her undergraduate dissertation on the use of precious metals in the monetary system After graduating from Aston University in 2011 Jan joined The Real Asset Co research desk Her work and views are now featured on a range of media including BBC Reuters Wall Street Journal Mail on Sunday Forbes and The Telegraph She has appeared on news channels including Russia Today to discuss the gold price and gold investing You can keep up with Jan s commentary by subscribing to our RSS feed Gold Investment News View all posts by Jan Skoyles Popular Posts Related Posts Why is Germany repatriating their gold COMEX revealed Investigating the paper gold market The top five gold commentators 5 things repatriating gold bullion says about the country Daily Nugget gold climbs 10 since January Understanding the London Gold Fix Is gold a safe haven The poisoned chalice Pingback Financeroll English Toward An Anti Fragile Banking System Categories Best of the Web Expert comment Infographics Social and community The Daily Nugget Tags Bitcoin Buy Britain s Gold Back Central Banks Deflation Economic Policy Economic theory Eurozone crisis Federal Reserve Gold bugs Goldbugs Gold bullion Gold investing Gold Investment Gold price Gold prices Gold Standard Gold Stock Google Plus GOP Government debt Inflation Investment trends Money printing Palladium investment Platinum investment Republicans

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  • Currency Wars by James Rickards Part I - The Real Asset Company
    assets gold and mineral wealth shone through The largest loser of these games was the United States and her loss of power due to a decline of the dollar After an assessment of a golden age of currency stability and progress from 1870 to 1914 under the Classical Gold Standard the book then begins an assessment of the 3 currency wars most relevant to us today Currency War I 1921 to 1936 Currency War II 1967 to 1987 Currency War III 2010 to Nostalgia for a golden period Before looking to the three described currency wars it was notable that Mr Rickards finds that The classical gold standard of 1870 to 1914 has a unique place in the history of gold as money It was a period of almost no inflation that increased productivity and raised living standards without increasing unemployment The period is best understood as the first age of globalisation James Rickards What is most interesting about Mr Rickards analysis of the three aforementioned currency wars is that the problems and structural flaws within the monetary system that lead to imbalances dislocations and disruptions to our progress are apparently due to a general lack of understanding of and derogation of gold Currency War I and the misuse of gold We are informed the currency system of 1921 to 1936 failed due to the flaws of both the 1925 gold exchange standard and US monetary policy from 1928 to 1931 Devaluing countries such as France and Germany gained a trade advantage whilst countries like England which tried to return to the pre war gold standard suffered whilst the United States failed to live up to its international responsibilities A gold standard has been criticised as causing or contributing to the Great Depression by the Neo Keynesian school of thought Mr Rickards takes on members of this academic establishment such as Bernanke Eichengreen and Krugman and argues that it was not a gold standard that was the problem but the gold price which was used to implement it By choosing a pre war gold price after having printed lots of money to fund WW1 countries implementing a new gold standard enforced a deflationary straight jacket on their economies This academic debate will rage on and investors may have been interested to witness a Twitter spat between Mr Rickards and Nouriel Roubini since the publication of Currency Wars However we find Mr Rickards arguments well considered and more compelling than those of Bernanke et al Read more in part II Will Bancroft regularly contributes to investment and finance sites such as Market Oracle Seeking Alpha Stockopedia Renegade Economist and more His passion for politics philosophy and economics led him to develop a keen interest in Austrian economics gold and silver Read more of his articles See pricing OR Sign up now to receive your FREE oz of silver Please Note Information published here is provided to aid your thinking and investment decisions not lead them You should independently decide the best

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  • Paper Money Collapse - Detlev Schlicter | Gold Investment | Gold Money
    this is an impossible precondition for successful price level stabilization By looking at the historical perspective on price level stability Mr Schlichter explains the extreme inflationary tendencies of the paper money system and the price level This easily leads both the author and the reader to conclude that the most stable form of money is commodity money There is no reason on the basis of fundamental economic analysis to assume that paper money could ever provide a more stable or otherwise advantageous medium of exchange to inflexible commodity money The historical record in fact provides an even more devastating verdict on paper money Commodity money has through the ages consistently provided a medium of exchange of reasonable stability All paper money systems have resulted in high and accelerating inflation and ended in a return to commodity money or total currency collapse To suggest that our present paper money system is a superior guarantor of monetary and therefore economic stability is nonsense Economic Paradigms Whilst the analysis of money history governments and so on is incredibly insightful and invaluable in its knowledge the section which I appreciated the most was an extremely short section which looks at the economic paradigm in which we operate and the alternative view the Individualism and Laissez Faire view This alternative view is what the majority of the book is based on It is an economy which focuses on the individual and their coordination with others to improve the supply of goods and services What is so brilliant about Mr Schlichter s analysis is he reminds us that the market economy is just a tool a framework albeit the most important framework man has ever discovered that allows everyone to better realize their own plans and it is their own plans that matter This is obviously quite different from the economic paradigm in which we currently live But this unfortunately as the author points out appeals to those in politics Timeless I particularly appreciated how timeless the book is It is not until the very end that the current crisis is mentioned This works very well as it leads the reader up the paper money path in order for them to make their own connection and draw their own parallels between Mr Schlichter s analysis and the crisis of our time As the author says the preceding chapters validate the statement that the present monetary system is no only suboptimal but unsustainable There is no evidence or logic to artificially prolong this system s lifespan To outline the whole book would distract from the impact one gets when reading the whole effort from the author But to mention one more thing the conclusion is interesting and thought provoking For Mr Schlichter the impending collapse is inevitable but he works hard to reassure us that this does not mean the end of capitalism or civilisation As stated throughout the book Mr Schlichter sees a return to commodity money as a necessity He does not however see it

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  • Interview with Detlev Schlichter - The Real Asset Company
    In the segment below Mr Schlichter discusses the school of economic thought which is the Austrian School His book which is discussed above is an excellent introduction to Austrian economics Mr Schlichter explains why he thinks the current monetary collapse will cause more people to look for answers elsewhere and many of them are turning to the Austrian School For him as economists we cannot look at Keynesian economics at conclude that permanently debasing the currency is beneficial Part 3 The current economic situation Mr Schlichter believes that no paper money system will avoid an inevitable collapse brought about by monetary expansion For him he sees a return to some modern form of a gold standard as the most beneficial monetary standard for today However he does not believe this will come about by choice In the segment below we discuss the current financial situation In the segment below Mr Schlichter explains why he believes hyperinflation is far more likely to occur than deflation He believes that a deflationary correction is necessary but would not be a happy event He goes onto discuss the possibilities of the introduction of a sound monetary system he states that he does not believe it will come about through the will of government Mr Schlichter also discusses the current eurozone crisis the moves by Republican candidates towards sound money and he gives his prediction for how long the current paper money system will last See more interviews and videos from The Real Asset Co here Are you worried about a coming paper money collapse Learn how to invest in gold and silver See pricing OR Sign up now to receive your FREE oz of silver Please Note Information published here is provided to aid your thinking and investment decisions not lead them You should independently decide the best place for your money and any investment decision you make is done so at your own risk Data included here within may already be out of date Gold bull bigger than ever Abandoning the dollar for gold Tags Economic Policy Gold bullion Gold Standard Inflation Categories Expert comment About the Author Jan Skoyles Jan Skoyles is Head of Research at The Real Asset Company a platform for secure and efficient gold investment Jan first became interested in precious metals and sound money when she met Ned Naylor Leyland whilst working alongside him in the summer of 2010 Jan then went on to write her undergraduate dissertation on the use of precious metals in the monetary system After graduating from Aston University in 2011 Jan joined The Real Asset Co research desk Her work and views are now featured on a range of media including BBC Reuters Wall Street Journal Mail on Sunday Forbes and The Telegraph She has appeared on news channels including Russia Today to discuss the gold price and gold investing You can keep up with Jan s commentary by subscribing to our RSS feed Gold Investment News View all posts by Jan Skoyles

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  • A bible for the gold market? - part I - The Real Asset Company
    freedom Herr Lips also puts the abandonment of gold in the 1930s into perspective and charts the rise of Keynesianism noting that the reasons why the war against gold has intensified with every passing year one has to go back to the crucial and historic events of the 1930s Whilst not as much focus is given to why the flawed gold exchange standards of the Western world failed compared to Jim Rickards in Currency Wars the reader is well educated as to how the developed world lost its golden anchor during this period and what this really means for the later periods of history yet to be assessed Upstanding individuals who tried to prevent the abandonment of gold are quoted and given airtime such as Senator Carter Glass 1858 1946 Instead of wading through chapter and verse we asked ourselves what are the takeaways from this book we found most educational and that we had not found elsewhere The media don t get gold Another subject that was fleshed out further for us was the mainstream media s general lack of understanding of gold and money and their at times patent dislike of gold It has generally appeared to us that when expert gold market commentators are interviewed by the talking heads of the financial media about gold the interview can only offer so much given the interviewers potential lack of knowledge To hear Herr Lips as experienced and expert gold market commentator as you might have found opine that for decades the media of the establishment have done everything in their power to either avoid the subject of gold or denigrate it is bold and we find it instructive We are informed that German Swiss media outlets have stopped their coverage of the gold price whilst the major German language Swiss daily newspaper the Neue Zürcher Zeitung is not much better The people commentating on gold today have no idea what money is and are better not mentioned Weakness in the gold price 1980 2000 Perhaps the most illuminating aspect of Gold Wars to us was the book s coverage of a range of actors and factors which arguably contributed to systematic weakness in the gold price in the last two decades of the previous millennium Whilst the market was due some period of recovery and consolidation after the blow off of 1979 1980 this vicious 20 year bear market that followed was not entirely natural according to Herr Lips This is where his analysis gets a bit more technical to those unfamiliar to the financial markets and related instruments and jargon The first to act and apparently begin a dynamic which for obvious and less easily understood reasons contributed to a weak gold price were the central banks Their apparent mismanagement of their gold reserves is cited by the author who suggests in the absence of central bank sales and lending the gold price would not be so suppressed and that no normal business person would act in

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