James Rickards – Project Prophesy: Does This Government “Secret” Affect You?

James Rickards is the American financial expert and author of the New York Times best-selling books “The Death of Money”, “Currency Wars”, and “The New Case For Gold”.

He worked on Wall Street for 35 years, and now advise Johns Hopkins University and the U.S. Department of Defense, where he served as a facilitator of the first-ever financial war games conducted by the Pentagon.

In his new book “Aftermath”, he explains how the biggest financial crisis is yet to come, and reveals his seven secrets of wealth preservation in the coming chaos.

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Thomas
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Thomas

It is apparent that he either does not understand it or is lying. (My wager is in the latter…) The underlying structural problem is that all of the ten year paper that was issued to paper over the 2008 crisis is now becoming due and payable….with interest that was never created. Even at 1/2 percent per year on the ten trillion we spent to bolster the European Banks…well that adds up to some serious money that does not exist. So that needs to be created with a few rounds of QE NOT. (which is QE) Of course he does not… Read more »

Switzerwill2727881
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Switzerwill2727881

Ya BigChevy is correct. Still no link…

bigchevy69132
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bigchevy69132

Still no link

inv159
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inv159

You can click all you want, but nothing crops up.

Donnie
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Donnie

James is good info. Here’s more. Decentralized legislatures and crypto. 😉

https://www.buzzsprout.com/259505/2004202-represent-thy-self-w-donnie-gebert

ddepriest518
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ddepriest518

Great interview Brian! Learned a lot from this interview!

Gauhar
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Gauhar

Why’d you cut him off at wilderness of mirrors, it was about to get interesting

irv_kang103
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irv_kang103

So does gold not have fixed supply? He didn’t mention anything regarding stock to flow and what makes something valuable. I feel a lot of these older guys hate on bitcoin but probably hodl a large bag.

Tom
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Tom

He’s a typical :”know it all.” Likable though.

Thierry
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Thierry

This interview is a must to anyone who wishes to have a basic financial culture and understanding of global monetary policy and how to hedge against mismanagement from our goverments and central bankers.

kunal34941
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kunal34941

wow

Zaki
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Zaki

So first he whines and cries about China’s centralized management and authoritarianism, and then he brags about how he “saved” the system because his company was too big to fail, and the “capitalist” government had to order the “private” banks to do bail outs. I guess the irony is just too deep for him.

Hernando
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Hernando

Great interview. Jim Richards is my favorite economist/financial analyst. You learn so much from him.
Thanks!

Google: No Agenda Show

Dave
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Dave

Cheap shots fired at bitcoin. We all know more crime has been committed with cash! Bitcoin won’t be a currency we use day to day, It will be like a digital gold

Simanchal
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Simanchal

Please add captions/subtitles

Simanchal
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Simanchal

Also take the opinion of Mike Malooney.

Simanchal
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Simanchal

Also take the opinion of Mike Malooney

James
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James

wow watched it to the end – THANK YOU Brian & Jim

Christian
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you should interview Martin Armstrong!

dalovar@gmail.com
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I think he is on point regarding potential economic wars escalating into actual wars and humanity going to shit possibly going extinct after a full on nuclear and bio war. I also agree Trump is dumb and knows shit about economic policy just like all politicians and control freaks. But I don’t think gold is a great investment. Unproductive asset, has massively under-performed in comparison to your good old stocks and ETFs. Corporate bonds are also generally a good investment in the long term. The dollar isn’t going anywhere, it will just keep getting devalued as always, and as always… Read more »