Oct 10, 2012
Jordan Roy-Byrne joined us again. His statement about having free floating interest rates that would help lift the world out of its current economic slog is too true. As the Austrians proved many decades ago, artificially low interest rates lead to malinvestment, misallocation of resources and eventually a credit bust. Allowing interest rates to find their market level has worked extremely well in Iceland and has enabled their economy to recover smartly. However, the banksters are opposed to this poilicy and will not allow it to happen anywhere else in the world. They know that most of the debt they're carrying on their books would be written off, thus ending their control of economic markets around the world. But Jordan's writing has helped his subscribers earn large returns this year, even in the face of flat and declining metals markets.
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