In this interview, Max Keiser and Egon Von Greyerz discuss several hot topics that will have major influence on the world economy in coming years, like:
- The Swiss National Bank, the biggest hedge fund in the world as well as the biggest currency speculator and money printer
- How Western Central Banks are continuously lending or covertly selling gold that they will never get back from the Eastern buyers
- That Central Banks in the West will guarantee the rise of the gold price by their irresponsible policies of currency debasement
In Part 2 of this interview, Max and Egon cover:
- The turn of the long term interest cycle and rates going to double figures
- China and Japan to sell their US Treasuries
- Bank of England blocking the Venezuelan gold
- The importance of holding gold outside the financial system
- European banks blocking transfer of client funds and gold
Original source: Matterhorn - GoldSwitzerland
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Egon Von Greyerz Goldbroker.com Board Member - Founder of MAM
Founder and Managing Partner of Matterhorn Asset Management AG (MAM) and GoldSwitzerland, Egon Von Greyerz joined the board of Goldbroker.com in 2012. Egon von Greyerz started his working life in Geneva as a banker and thereafter spent 17 years as Finance Director and Executive Vice-Chairman of Dixons Group Plc. Since the 1990s EvG has been actively involved with financial investment activities including Mergers and Acquisitions and Asset allocation consultancy for private family funds. This led to the creation of MAM in 1998, an asset management company based on wealth preservation principles. EvG makes regular media appearances (CNBC, BBC...) and speaks at investment conferences around the world. EvG forecasted the current present problems in the world economy well over 10 years ago. In 2002 when gold was $300 per ounce, MAM recommended to its investors to put 50% of their investment assets into physical gold stored outside the banking system.