When we went off the gold standard, our government became a government of counterfeiters. This surprising claim begins to make sense as our guest on Off the Grid Radio today, Porter Stansberry, explains what coming off the gold standard actually meant for our country.
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In addition, Porter explains why the rising stock market isn’t really an indicator of economic recovery, but inflationary momentum, and why fear of the dollar is driving agriculture, energy, and precious metals prices up at an alarming rate.
Join us today on Off the Grid Radio as Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy interview Porter Stansberry of Stansberry & Associates, the publisher and editor of the Stansberry’s Investment Advisory (among others), and the largest investment research business of its kind in the world.
- Why price controls and quotas disrupt the transmission of information on a nation’s economy.
- Why fear of the dollar is driving prices up, up, up!
- The economic lessons of Poland in the 1980s.
- How media complicity in silencing the voices of revelation and restraint is driving our economy into the ground.
- And more…