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June 9, 2017

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Bill Murphy &

David McAlvany

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Show Highlights

  • David McAlvany, CEO of the McAlvany Financial Companies, returns with his latest inspirational / motivational tome, The Intentional Legacy.
  • He outlines key insights he's gleaned via decades of guiding investors to financial success to improving one's intangible legacy.
  • By reverse-engineering our lives, David McAlvaney believes virtually everyone can attain a more fulfilling state through nurturing / fostering relationships.
  • His proposed outcome enhances the net worth of merely a solid bank account.
  • It's proposed that the exponential advance in the PMs sector in 2011 should have resulted in a parabolic climb, but the PTB intentionally capped the price.
  • Adding to the appeal of PMs investments includes, geopolitical instability among key oil producing nations and shifting allegiances in emerging nations.
  • Given that the bull market in PMs is still intact, the end game has not yet played out - prices will soar to manic heights in just 3-5 years, by 2020-2022.
  • Pundits in the gold crowd concur, John Embry recently proposed that one of the few markets not experiencing manic conditions, the PMs sector, will eventually eclipse the competing asset classes as stocks, etc. return to the mean with more pragmatic valuation levels.
  • Bill Murphy of GATA.org and the host discuss the Bitcoin phenomenon and the implications to the precious metals sector.
  • As the high-flying digital currency approaches $3,000, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and David Kranzler note how many markets are manic, except the precious metals
  • Bill Murphy cites the seemingly contrived paper short positions in the metals markets, potentially holding the yellow metal under $1,300.
  • The guest / host outline why the casino denizens may cash out their chips in search of safety in hard assets.
  • The world's largest gold producer / consumer, China is poised to consume at least 1,000 metric tons of gold this year alone, an increase of 50%.
  • The discussion includes a recently discovered treasure in the Netherlands; a fortune of Roman gold coins dating to 476 A.D.
  • The positive technical position of the PMs sector suggests an upside breakout is imminent in the coming weeks.
  • The move could potentially launch gold northward to $1,500 and silver $26 an ounce.
  • Just as the digital currency Ethereum has increased over 10 fold as Bitcoin tripled in value, silver gains could eclipse gold in the imminent advance.

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Guest Biographies

David McAlvany

McAlvany Wealth Management

David McAlvany is President and CEO of the McAlvany Financial Companies – International Collectors Associates, ICA Europe, and McAlvany Wealth Management – and is director of the Swiss Corporation, Global Gold. He is a featured speaker on international television and radio programs and at financial seminars around the world, analyzing major events and their impact on the global economy and financial markets. He can be heard weekly on his market commentary with world leaders, bankers, economists, and renowned investors at www.mcalvany.com .

David McAlvany is a graduate of Biola University and an associate member of Keble College, Oxford University, where he studied philosophy and political theory. He later volunteered as an analyst in Chile with The Institute for Liberty and Development – an organization dedicated to providing free market solutions throughout Latin America and the Third World. He went on to achieve honors as a top salesman with Southwestern Company, and gained extensive business expertise with Morgan Stanley, including with work with start-ups and business financing.

He has traveled extensively throughout Africa, Asia, South America, the Middle East, and Europe. His international research has given him a global perspective on financial, economic, political, geopolitical, cultural, and intelligence developments around the world. This perspective helps him avoid focusing too narrowly in his analysis of investment and risk in any give asset category.

David is a past board member of international firm The Warren Electric Group in Houston, Texas. He also assisted in fund raising with Hugh O’Brien’s HOBY National Youth Leadership program and is presently on the investment advisory board for the Ft. Lewis College Foundation where he shares responsibility for all endowment assets.

As an avid reader on many subjects including finance, economics, and philosophy, David facilitates a business related monthly book discussion with the McAlvany Financial Group. His interests are varied, but he has a keen passion for cycling and mountaineering. He spends his free time with his wife, and their children skiing, hiking, and enjoying the mountains of Colorado.

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Bill Murphy

GATA.org

Bill Murphy, GATA Chairman
Murphy grew up in Glen Ridge, N.J., and graduated from the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University in 1968. In his senior year he broke all the Ivy League single-year pass-receving records. He then became a starting wide receiver for the Boston Patriots of the American Football League. He went on to work for various Wall Street brokerage firms and specialized in commodity futures. He began as a Merrill Lynch trainee and went on to Shearson Hayden Stone and Drexel Burnham. From there he became affiliated with introducing brokers and eventually started his own brokerage on 5th Avenue in New York. He now operates an Internet site for financial commentary, www.lemetropolecafe.com.


2017 Archives

John Williams, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - June 2, 2017.

John Scurci, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - May 26, 2017.

Professor Laurence Kotlikoff, Dr. Paul Wilmott, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - May 19, 2017.

Bill Murphy, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - May 12, 2017.

Michael Eastham, Chris Martenson Ph.D., Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - May 5, 2017.

Gerald Celente, Michael Pento, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - April 28, 2017.

Louis Navellier, Chris Powell, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - April 21, 2017.

Peter Schiff, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - April 14, 2017.

Jeffrey Nichols & Harry S. Dent Jr. ,Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - April 7, 2017.

Martin Armstrong, David Morgan, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - March 31, 2017.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Peter Spina, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - March 24, 2017.

Peter Grandich, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - March 17, 2017.

Bill Murphy, John Williams, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - March 10, 2017.

Andrew Maguire, John Embry, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - March 3, 2017.

Andy Schectman, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Feb. 24, 2017.

Rob Kirby, Bix Weir, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Feb. 17, 2017.

John Williams, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Feb. 10, 2017.

Jim Rogers, Charles Hughes Smith, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Feb. 3, 2017.

Ralph Acampora, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Jan. 27, 2017.

David Morgan, Bob Hoye, Listener's Q&A, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Jan. 20, 2017.

Professor Lawrence Kotlikoff, Peter Eliades, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Jan. 13, 2017.

Gerald Celente, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Jan. 6, 2017.

2016 Archives

Dr. Chris Martenson, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Dec. 30, 2016.

John Williams, Peter Schiff, David Morgan & Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian (partial encore) - Dec. 23, 2016.

Louis Navellier, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - Dec. 16, 2016.

Bill Murphy, Bob Hoye , Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Dec. 9, 2016.

John Embry, Rob Kirby, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Dec. 2, 2016.

John Williams, Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Nov. 25, 2016.

Bill Murphy, Karl Denninger, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Nov. 18, 2016.

Dr. Stephen Leeb, Jeffrey Nichols, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Nov. 11, 2016.

Axel Merk, Harry S. Dent Jr., Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Nov. 4, 2016.

Byron King, Bill Murphy & Jeffrey Nichols, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Oct. 28, 2016.

Jim Rogers, Peter Eliades, Dr. Chris Martenson, & Jeffrey Nichols, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian (encore).- Oct. 21, 2016.

David Morgan, Peter Grandich, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Oct. 14, 2016.

Robert Kiyosaki, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek & Robert Ian - Oct. 7, 2016.

President Joseph Grosso, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Sept. 30, 2016.

Gerald Celente, Nick Barisheff, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Sept. 23, 2016.

Jeffrey Nichols, Kevin Kerr, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Sept. 16, 2016.

Bill Murphy, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Sept. 9, 2016.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, John Embry, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Sept. 2, 2016.

Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff, Louis Navellier, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Aug. 26, 2016.

Ralph Acampora, Harry S. Dent Jr. Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Aug. 19, 2016.

James Turk, Ralph Acampora, Peter Grandich, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Aug. 12, 2016.

Jim Rogers & Peter Eliades, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Aug. 05, 2016.

Bill Murphy, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - July 29, 2016.

Dr. Stephen Leeb, Kevin Kerr, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - July 22, 2016.

Gerald Celente , Peter Grandich, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - July 15, 2016.

Joseph Grosso, Peter Grandich, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - July 8, 2016.

Bob Hoye, James Machuga, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - July 1, 2016.

Dr. Chris Martenson, Jeffrey Nichols, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - June 24, 2016.

Jim Rogers, John Williams, Martin Armstrong, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian (encore) - June 17, 2016.

Robert Kiyosaki, Dr. Stephen Leeb, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - June 10, 2016.

Bill Murphy, David Morgon, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - June 3, 2016.

Gerald Celente, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - May 27, 2016.

Ralph Acampora, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - May 20, 2016.

David Gurwitz, Jordan Roy-Byrne, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - May 13, 2016.

Arch Crawford, Louis Navellier, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - May 6, 2016.

Monty Guild, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - April 29, 2016.

Peter Grandich, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - April 22, 2016.

Robert Kiyosaki, Dr. Marc Faber, Professor Burton Malkiel, Marin Aleksov, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian (encore) - April 15, 2016.

John Embry, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - April 8, 2016.

Jim Rogers, John Williams, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - April 1, 2016.

Jim Rogers, John Williams, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - April 1, 2016.

Harry S. Dent, Jr., Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - March 25, 2016.

Dr. Stephen Leeb and Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - March 18, 2016.

David Morgan and Dr. Chris Martenson, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - March 11, 2016.

James Turk, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - March 04, 2016.

Monty Guild, Bill Murphy, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Feb. 26, 2016.

Louis Navellier, Martin Armstrong, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Feb. 19, 2016.

James Turk, John Williams, Yannis Tsitos, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian (encore) - Feb. 12, 2016.

Jeffrey Nichols, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Feb. 5, 2016.

Robert Kiyosaki, Marin Aleksov, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Jan. 29, 2016.

CEO Amir Adnani, Nick Barisheff, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Jan. 22, 2016.

Dr. Marc Faber, Dr. Burton Malkiel, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Jan. 15, 2016.

Jim Rogers, Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Jan. 08, 2016.

Martin Armstrong, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek and Robert Ian - Jan. 01, 2016.

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