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Peter Schiff on record gold prices: I told you so!

With the decline of the world economy, many investors are flocking to the precision metal: gold. Many say buying gold is a safe haven from worldwide inflation and gold will keep its value over any paper money. Will gold continue to increase in value? Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital, tells us more about the precious metal. Follow Lauren on Twitter: twitter.com

44 Responses to “Peter Schiff on record gold prices: I told you so!”

  1. bminster23 says:

    There is no bubble!

  2. bminster23 says:

    There is no bubble!

  3. bminster23 says:

    Blame Europe!

  4. bminster23 says:

    Blame Europe!

  5. probablynoob says:

    @obyptra
    Its not that hard, I’m at about 490% and climbing. Find a better trading technique. My system always has consistent results, get the free video here
    ==> bit.ly/L1lwQo?=ycjkmo

  6. probablynoob says:

    @obyptra
    Its not that hard, I’m at about 490% and climbing. Find a better trading technique. My system always has consistent results, get the free video here
    ==> bit.ly/L1lwQo?=ycjkmo

  7. 415Dub says:

    LOL Warren Buffet? No thanks.

  8. 415Dub says:

    LOL Warren Buffet? No thanks.

  9. MrLivePositive8 says:

    1:02 That is all mine guys, I gave them that clip to show off ;)

  10. MrLivePositive8 says:

    1:02 That is all mine guys, I gave them that clip to show off ;)

  11. Lada5200 says:

    Look up Warren Buffet’s view on gold

  12. Lada5200 says:

    Look up Warren Buffet’s view on gold

  13. MONOPOLY35 says:

    A bubble in gold formed not because of fear, but because they were flipping it like real estate. In 1980 interest rates were raised to over 20% to fight the stagflation of the 70′s. Back then we were the world’s largest creditor nation. Now we are the world’s largest debtor nation. In the 2008-09 crisis, the money supply was DOUBLED. With a national debt of 15 trillion and counting, if we bring interest rates up to 20% to fight inflation, the United States would go bankrupt.

  14. MONOPOLY35 says:

    A bubble in gold formed not because of fear, but because they were flipping it like real estate. In 1980 interest rates were raised to over 20% to fight the stagflation of the 70′s. Back then we were the world’s largest creditor nation. Now we are the world’s largest debtor nation. In the 2008-09 crisis, the money supply was DOUBLED. With a national debt of 15 trillion and counting, if we bring interest rates up to 20% to fight inflation, the United States would go bankrupt.

  15. MrBanker2222 says:

    Turn money into gold and gold into money at Gold Trading Academy. If you have spendable money, come trade gold! Come visit my website Gold Trading Academy.

  16. MrBanker2222 says:

    Turn money into gold and gold into money at Gold Trading Academy. If you have spendable money, come trade gold! Come visit my website Gold Trading Academy.

  17. cookmatthewr says:

    lol inflation at 10%. the bond market comment was even better.

  18. cookmatthewr says:

    lol inflation at 10%. the bond market comment was even better.

  19. cookmatthewr says:

    hi

  20. cookmatthewr says:

    hi

  21. captaindiesalot says:

    ah, falling inflation and a RISING Dollar…fact. The RISK of inflation goes down, gold follows. Why? Because inflationary risk to your fiat currency falls, a situation where we have SOUND money. Reagan brought back a period of sound money, a slowing of government spending as a % of GDP, and a significant decrease in inflation, which is the ultimate price of government.

  22. captaindiesalot says:

    ah, falling inflation and a RISING Dollar…fact. The RISK of inflation goes down, gold follows. Why? Because inflationary risk to your fiat currency falls, a situation where we have SOUND money. Reagan brought back a period of sound money, a slowing of government spending as a % of GDP, and a significant decrease in inflation, which is the ultimate price of government.

  23. florianalexbaaden says:

    Unfortunately, the facts simply do not support this view. That’s because gold is a great store of value—except when it’s not. Had you become fed up with the inflation of the Jimmy Carter years and moved your savings to gold in 1980, you would have watched your "store of value" fall by 70% in the two decades that followed. And this would have happened during a period of persistent (though falling) inflation.

  24. florianalexbaaden says:

    Unfortunately, the facts simply do not support this view. That’s because gold is a great store of value—except when it’s not. Had you become fed up with the inflation of the Jimmy Carter years and moved your savings to gold in 1980, you would have watched your "store of value" fall by 70% in the two decades that followed. And this would have happened during a period of persistent (though falling) inflation.

  25. florianalexbaaden says:

    Gold is not an investment. It pays no dividends or interest and produces nothing. It’s an inert metal that you have to pay to store and insure. And yes, your ability to profit from it depends on your being able to sell it to someone else at a higher price than what you paid, plus selling commissions and expenses. Is this a bet you’re comfortable making when it has already risen by a factor of four in a matter of years and the trade is looking increasingly crowded?

  26. florianalexbaaden says:

    Gold is not an investment. It pays no dividends or interest and produces nothing. It’s an inert metal that you have to pay to store and insure. And yes, your ability to profit from it depends on your being able to sell it to someone else at a higher price than what you paid, plus selling commissions and expenses. Is this a bet you’re comfortable making when it has already risen by a factor of four in a matter of years and the trade is looking increasingly crowded?

  27. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Since Fall of 2010 the Federal Reserve has been buying US Treasury securities for $100 billion a month for about 8 months or so ending in June 2011. That is not money created from profits or wealth creation, it is money that appears out of nothing. They don’t actually print money, it’s more or less created with pixels on a computer screen.

  28. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Since Fall of 2010 the Federal Reserve has been buying US Treasury securities for $100 billion a month for about 8 months or so ending in June 2011. That is not money created from profits or wealth creation, it is money that appears out of nothing. They don’t actually print money, it’s more or less created with pixels on a computer screen.

  29. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Keep in mind that when you argue against gold, you’re arguing against 3000+ years of monetary history. You can’t compare this to the Great Depression, because the currency during that time was strong, and wasn’t on the verge of collapse.

  30. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Keep in mind that when you argue against gold, you’re arguing against 3000+ years of monetary history. You can’t compare this to the Great Depression, because the currency during that time was strong, and wasn’t on the verge of collapse.

  31. silveristhefuture says:

    Damn, people are so dumb. I hate when they say "you can’t pay with gold"

    its called liquidate the exact amount you need to when you have to pay a debt, its really not that hard of a concept to figure out

  32. silveristhefuture says:

    Damn, people are so dumb. I hate when they say "you can’t pay with gold"

    its called liquidate the exact amount you need to when you have to pay a debt, its really not that hard of a concept to figure out

  33. silveristhefuture says:

    What is with this RT broad? I thought they were suppose to be educated.

  34. silveristhefuture says:

    What is with this RT broad? I thought they were suppose to be educated.

  35. MysteryManagement says:

    Also catch this video on the Silver Bullet page on Facebook.

  36. MysteryManagement says:

    Also catch this video on the Silver Bullet page on Facebook.

  37. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 Also I have no idea where you get this crazy idea that the United States is printing money. If they were printing as much as you like to think then the U.S dollar would be worthless right now and not in the future. Its value would be half of the British pound and not as high to it as it actually is right now.

  38. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 Also I have no idea where you get this crazy idea that the United States is printing money. If they were printing as much as you like to think then the U.S dollar would be worthless right now and not in the future. Its value would be half of the British pound and not as high to it as it actually is right now.

  39. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 If another Great Depression comes gold will be as worthless as any other metal that you can’t eat and that won’t feed someones family. The U.S would have to go back to the gold and silver standard and that $1800 ounces of gold will be a $50 gold coin again.

    Better hope that you aren’t right cause either way you lost a fortune investing in gold and silver.

  40. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 If another Great Depression comes gold will be as worthless as any other metal that you can’t eat and that won’t feed someones family. The U.S would have to go back to the gold and silver standard and that $1800 ounces of gold will be a $50 gold coin again.

    Better hope that you aren’t right cause either way you lost a fortune investing in gold and silver.

  41. IrixGuy says:

    Don’t forget about silver too.

  42. IrixGuy says:

    Don’t forget about silver too.

  43. TadRapidly says:

    Ben is not "GETTING IT WRONG". He is complicit in a criminal enterprise. From that perspective he is doing everything perfectly, according to plan.

  44. TadRapidly says:

    Ben is not "GETTING IT WRONG". He is complicit in a criminal enterprise. From that perspective he is doing everything perfectly, according to plan.

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Categorized | Gold Price

Peter Schiff on record gold prices: I told you so!

With the decline of the world economy, many investors are flocking to the precision metal: gold. Many say buying gold is a safe haven from worldwide inflation and gold will keep its value over any paper money. Will gold continue to increase in value? Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital, tells us more about the precious metal. Follow Lauren on Twitter: twitter.com

44 Responses to “Peter Schiff on record gold prices: I told you so!”

  1. bminster23 says:

    There is no bubble!

  2. bminster23 says:

    There is no bubble!

  3. bminster23 says:

    Blame Europe!

  4. bminster23 says:

    Blame Europe!

  5. probablynoob says:

    @obyptra
    Its not that hard, I’m at about 490% and climbing. Find a better trading technique. My system always has consistent results, get the free video here
    ==> bit.ly/L1lwQo?=ycjkmo

  6. probablynoob says:

    @obyptra
    Its not that hard, I’m at about 490% and climbing. Find a better trading technique. My system always has consistent results, get the free video here
    ==> bit.ly/L1lwQo?=ycjkmo

  7. 415Dub says:

    LOL Warren Buffet? No thanks.

  8. 415Dub says:

    LOL Warren Buffet? No thanks.

  9. MrLivePositive8 says:

    1:02 That is all mine guys, I gave them that clip to show off ;)

  10. MrLivePositive8 says:

    1:02 That is all mine guys, I gave them that clip to show off ;)

  11. Lada5200 says:

    Look up Warren Buffet’s view on gold

  12. Lada5200 says:

    Look up Warren Buffet’s view on gold

  13. MONOPOLY35 says:

    A bubble in gold formed not because of fear, but because they were flipping it like real estate. In 1980 interest rates were raised to over 20% to fight the stagflation of the 70′s. Back then we were the world’s largest creditor nation. Now we are the world’s largest debtor nation. In the 2008-09 crisis, the money supply was DOUBLED. With a national debt of 15 trillion and counting, if we bring interest rates up to 20% to fight inflation, the United States would go bankrupt.

  14. MONOPOLY35 says:

    A bubble in gold formed not because of fear, but because they were flipping it like real estate. In 1980 interest rates were raised to over 20% to fight the stagflation of the 70′s. Back then we were the world’s largest creditor nation. Now we are the world’s largest debtor nation. In the 2008-09 crisis, the money supply was DOUBLED. With a national debt of 15 trillion and counting, if we bring interest rates up to 20% to fight inflation, the United States would go bankrupt.

  15. MrBanker2222 says:

    Turn money into gold and gold into money at Gold Trading Academy. If you have spendable money, come trade gold! Come visit my website Gold Trading Academy.

  16. MrBanker2222 says:

    Turn money into gold and gold into money at Gold Trading Academy. If you have spendable money, come trade gold! Come visit my website Gold Trading Academy.

  17. cookmatthewr says:

    lol inflation at 10%. the bond market comment was even better.

  18. cookmatthewr says:

    lol inflation at 10%. the bond market comment was even better.

  19. cookmatthewr says:

    hi

  20. cookmatthewr says:

    hi

  21. captaindiesalot says:

    ah, falling inflation and a RISING Dollar…fact. The RISK of inflation goes down, gold follows. Why? Because inflationary risk to your fiat currency falls, a situation where we have SOUND money. Reagan brought back a period of sound money, a slowing of government spending as a % of GDP, and a significant decrease in inflation, which is the ultimate price of government.

  22. captaindiesalot says:

    ah, falling inflation and a RISING Dollar…fact. The RISK of inflation goes down, gold follows. Why? Because inflationary risk to your fiat currency falls, a situation where we have SOUND money. Reagan brought back a period of sound money, a slowing of government spending as a % of GDP, and a significant decrease in inflation, which is the ultimate price of government.

  23. florianalexbaaden says:

    Unfortunately, the facts simply do not support this view. That’s because gold is a great store of value—except when it’s not. Had you become fed up with the inflation of the Jimmy Carter years and moved your savings to gold in 1980, you would have watched your "store of value" fall by 70% in the two decades that followed. And this would have happened during a period of persistent (though falling) inflation.

  24. florianalexbaaden says:

    Unfortunately, the facts simply do not support this view. That’s because gold is a great store of value—except when it’s not. Had you become fed up with the inflation of the Jimmy Carter years and moved your savings to gold in 1980, you would have watched your "store of value" fall by 70% in the two decades that followed. And this would have happened during a period of persistent (though falling) inflation.

  25. florianalexbaaden says:

    Gold is not an investment. It pays no dividends or interest and produces nothing. It’s an inert metal that you have to pay to store and insure. And yes, your ability to profit from it depends on your being able to sell it to someone else at a higher price than what you paid, plus selling commissions and expenses. Is this a bet you’re comfortable making when it has already risen by a factor of four in a matter of years and the trade is looking increasingly crowded?

  26. florianalexbaaden says:

    Gold is not an investment. It pays no dividends or interest and produces nothing. It’s an inert metal that you have to pay to store and insure. And yes, your ability to profit from it depends on your being able to sell it to someone else at a higher price than what you paid, plus selling commissions and expenses. Is this a bet you’re comfortable making when it has already risen by a factor of four in a matter of years and the trade is looking increasingly crowded?

  27. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Since Fall of 2010 the Federal Reserve has been buying US Treasury securities for $100 billion a month for about 8 months or so ending in June 2011. That is not money created from profits or wealth creation, it is money that appears out of nothing. They don’t actually print money, it’s more or less created with pixels on a computer screen.

  28. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Since Fall of 2010 the Federal Reserve has been buying US Treasury securities for $100 billion a month for about 8 months or so ending in June 2011. That is not money created from profits or wealth creation, it is money that appears out of nothing. They don’t actually print money, it’s more or less created with pixels on a computer screen.

  29. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Keep in mind that when you argue against gold, you’re arguing against 3000+ years of monetary history. You can’t compare this to the Great Depression, because the currency during that time was strong, and wasn’t on the verge of collapse.

  30. Cloudrunner1 says:

    Keep in mind that when you argue against gold, you’re arguing against 3000+ years of monetary history. You can’t compare this to the Great Depression, because the currency during that time was strong, and wasn’t on the verge of collapse.

  31. silveristhefuture says:

    Damn, people are so dumb. I hate when they say "you can’t pay with gold"

    its called liquidate the exact amount you need to when you have to pay a debt, its really not that hard of a concept to figure out

  32. silveristhefuture says:

    Damn, people are so dumb. I hate when they say "you can’t pay with gold"

    its called liquidate the exact amount you need to when you have to pay a debt, its really not that hard of a concept to figure out

  33. silveristhefuture says:

    What is with this RT broad? I thought they were suppose to be educated.

  34. silveristhefuture says:

    What is with this RT broad? I thought they were suppose to be educated.

  35. MysteryManagement says:

    Also catch this video on the Silver Bullet page on Facebook.

  36. MysteryManagement says:

    Also catch this video on the Silver Bullet page on Facebook.

  37. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 Also I have no idea where you get this crazy idea that the United States is printing money. If they were printing as much as you like to think then the U.S dollar would be worthless right now and not in the future. Its value would be half of the British pound and not as high to it as it actually is right now.

  38. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 Also I have no idea where you get this crazy idea that the United States is printing money. If they were printing as much as you like to think then the U.S dollar would be worthless right now and not in the future. Its value would be half of the British pound and not as high to it as it actually is right now.

  39. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 If another Great Depression comes gold will be as worthless as any other metal that you can’t eat and that won’t feed someones family. The U.S would have to go back to the gold and silver standard and that $1800 ounces of gold will be a $50 gold coin again.

    Better hope that you aren’t right cause either way you lost a fortune investing in gold and silver.

  40. jbarba says:

    @MOONKNIGHT2007 If another Great Depression comes gold will be as worthless as any other metal that you can’t eat and that won’t feed someones family. The U.S would have to go back to the gold and silver standard and that $1800 ounces of gold will be a $50 gold coin again.

    Better hope that you aren’t right cause either way you lost a fortune investing in gold and silver.

  41. IrixGuy says:

    Don’t forget about silver too.

  42. IrixGuy says:

    Don’t forget about silver too.

  43. TadRapidly says:

    Ben is not "GETTING IT WRONG". He is complicit in a criminal enterprise. From that perspective he is doing everything perfectly, according to plan.

  44. TadRapidly says:

    Ben is not "GETTING IT WRONG". He is complicit in a criminal enterprise. From that perspective he is doing everything perfectly, according to plan.

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