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In this second part episode, Preston and Stig continue their conversation with world renown economist and central banking expert, James Rickards.  Jim is the New York Times Best Selling Author of books like Currency Wars, The Death of Money, and A New Case for Gold.  During this episode, Jim provides important insights into the way currencies work.  Additionally, he provides his contrarian point of view on the power of the Euro as a currency.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why Jim is a bull on the Euro and whether or not it can replace the Dollar
  • Why the world would be better off with a fixed exchange rate system
  • If a new currency that few have heard about will replace the monetary system as we know it
  • Why high economic growth won’t be happening in the US anytime soon

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Books and Resources Mentioned in this Podcast

James Rickards’ book, Currency Wars – Read reviews of this book

James Rickards’ book, The Death of Money – Read reviews of this book

Preston and Stig’s discussion with Jim about gold

Preston and Stig’s discussion with Jim about his book, “The Road to Ruin”


Videos that support this Podcast

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZV–1UHfcY

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