Doug Casey on The Mind of Money

by admin on May 9, 2012

In this edition, Host of The Mind of Money, Douglass Lodmell interviews well known author, economist and speculator, Doug Casey (www.caseyresearch.com). Doug has a wealth of information and thoughts on everything from the economy, international living,

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investing in gold and the future of of world.

If you have ever once thought about having a second passport, investing in Gold, living abroad, the size and power of the U.S. Government, or even worried about the devaluation of the US Dollar, then this is a MUST WATCH video.

Doug provides a thoughtful and balanced perspective to some of my other guests. There is a significant agreement and concern about the health of our financial system, as well as a case for the concern about inflation the U.S. Dollar. I strongly recommend you watch this video.

Enjoy, and remember It’s Your Money ACT LIKE IT!

Doug

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Richard Breakell May 9, 2012 at 7:29 pm

Great Interview:
1Relative to the view that international diversification is vital, do you feel that Canada is to be considered as a sufficient “different political system” to be considered as a safe haven?

2 I have not viewed all the interviews, but I wondered if the New World Order (NWO) has been discussed previously and do you think this is :
a) A realistic threat to your considered solutions
b) If you do consider it a realistic threat, what are some of your suggestions

CS August 8, 2012 at 12:26 am

Great interview and I would also like to say to Douglass, you are brilliant because you are able to look at issues from different angles, and not get locked into one position, which many experts seem to fall into.

Doug Casey offers interesting insights, especially with regard to international diversification. I am curious Douglass, as to what you see happening in the legal profession?

Regards

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