The Great Reset: Can Gold Save the US Economy? – John MacGregor, Andy Schectman

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The Rich Dad Channel

January 5, 2024
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In this episode, host John MacGregor interviews Andy Schectman, a seasoned expert in precious metals and the economy. Andy discusses the dire state of the national debt, the persistence of inflation, and the Federal Reserve’s policies. He also explores the emerging BRICS alliance’s efforts to create a gold-backed currency, potentially challenging the US dollar’s reserve status. Schectman advises listeners on the importance of diversifying assets, particularly into precious metals, and the historical reliability of gold and silver as wealth stores. He shares purchasing advice and the services offered by his company, Miles Franklin. The episode wraps up with John expressing interest in future conversations with Andy and a call for listener engagement and feedback.

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