David Enrich's new book, Dark Towers, tells the story of how Deutsche Bank became a global symbol of recklessness, greed and destruction—and the primary financial enabler of Donald Trump. 

This isn’t just an exposé about a dangerous bank. It’s also the deeply personal story of a senior executive, Bill Broeksmit, who served as the unofficial conscience of Deutsche Bank. In January 2014, he committed suicide. Nine days later, I started talking with his son, Val, and I followed him on a wild journey as he tried to understand why his father did what he did. Along the way, Val discovered that Bill’s personal email accounts were jammed with official Deutsche Bank documents.

It's a story worth telling and one worth reading. 

Direct download: David_Enrich_05.Mar.20.mp3
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We met up with Ivan Bebek at PDAC in Toronto. Stocks were slammed, and may have stabilized, but volatility will remain high. On the Corona Virus, while it's serious, panic is uncalled for. Perhaps it's been overplayed by the media. And let's not forget it's an election year and the market was obviously topping. While virtually all markets sold off, copper was stable, which is a very bullish sign. Gold's big move down was probably due to margin calls. Several large banks are calling for $1800-2000 gold by the end of 2020. QE and rate cuts are coming coming. And that's good news for gold and for Auryn Resources, which may explain why Ivan was able to raise multiple years of working capital last week. Add to that the possibility of splitting Auryn into 3 companies and 2020 could be a bull market in the company's stock as well.

Direct download: Ivan_Bebek_01.Mar.20.mp3
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