Are metals markets being manipulated?
GM Ed D’Agostino discusses precious metals
General Manager Ed D’Agostino recently sat down with Al Korelin of the Korelin Economics Report. The two discuss rising premiums in silver, and how the Hard Assets Alliance is able to control those premiums to offer customers the best prices.
Click here to listen to the Korelin Economics Report feature on the Hard Assets Alliance.
- Segments 1 and 2: We open the show with Ed D’Agostino, GM of the Hard Assets Alliance and Publisher of Mauldin Economics and Joe Yasinski Vice President of Distribution for Gold Bullion International (GBI). During these segments we discuss the differences between the physical and paper markets for gold; the premiums that buyers buy; the concept of price manipulation and other aspects.
- Segment 3: John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist for Sprott Asset Management, gives a very compelling argument for the gold price manipulation argument.
- Segment 4: Chris Temple of the National Investor discusses the positives aspects of the worlds of investing and politics that need to be remembered.
Hour 2 : We delve more into politics.
- Segments 5, 6 and 7: Big Al discusses the recent tragedy in Libya with Jeff and Daniel McAdams, Head of Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. The conversation evolves into the big picture regarding government and ends with a summary of Ron Paul’s current endeavors.
- Segment 8: Big Al and Jeff discuss MOLON LABE – How the Second Amendment Guarantees America’s Freedom with filmmaker James Jaeger.
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