In this week’s episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by renowned author Peter Grandich who offers a holistic approach to anchoring oneself to personal responsibility and financial decision-making in a world of debt reliance.

The precious metals experts examine whether the possible US debt default could ever be paid back in the end-of-the-dollar scenario and contemplate the changing behaviours of modern society in contrast to traditional norms and values.

Timestamps

  • 00:00 Start

  • 04:26 Peter Grandich's US perspective on the physical vs paper battle

  • 07:50 The split in the gold market speculators

  • 11:40 The end of the dollar - is it already happening?

  • 17:10 Forget the technicals! Market behaviour is changing

  • 20:25 The challenge to overcome: financial education

  • 24:45 Collapse is inevitable

  • 29:00 The issues surrounding debt

  • 34:00 Are commercial real estate issues getting worse? YES

  • 39:00 Is a lack of spirituality affecting personal finances?

  • 46:30 The reasoning driving “Build Back Better”

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