It is becoming increasingly difficult for me to spend any time watching TV unless I am intentionally watching a mindless program that does not require me to think. Bottom line is that TV has become a very effective tool of the state; plain and simple. Just listen to the way people speak and think about current issues. Sound familiar?
We are pleased that Andy Sutton, Economist and Chief Investment Strategist, has accepted our invitation to return to our program to discuss the moves in gold and the market. We may be at a critical juncture for our investments as well as retirement accounts.
Comments made by listeners during my commercial broadcast on 1170 KFAQ Saturday evening prompted me to further evaluate my position on open borders. I'd like for you to hear me out. Personally, I think you will find it thought provoking.
Bail-ins are becoming all the rage for over-extended governments around the world. Just wondering if this can cut both ways? Let's see what Economist and Chief Investment Strategist, Andy Sutton has to say about this.
Too often we relegate the solution to a problem to the state. We tend to allow our prejudices, beliefs, and misconceptions get in the way of critical thinking. I have one such incident that exemplifies this sad state of affairs.
Former President Nixon typically opened his address to the nation with these words. I�d like to discuss the wording of his announcement in which he divorced the dollar from the gold standard in August 1971. This was an historic moment accelerating our already monetary decline. But there is much more to say.
I know we have heard more than our fill of government�s attempt to bring our spending under control one of which is known as sequestration. I add my two cents before this issue fades away and gets relegated to the stockpile of failed government programs.
Andy Sutton Economist and Chief Investment Strategist returns and will be discussing the economic data including the poor performance of the world's largest retailer, taxes and the affects of higher gasoline prices..