The world’s central banks are playing musical chairs with the world’s gold supply in order to suppress its price, thus masking the precarious nature of the banks’ currencies. If the music stops, both banks and countries are going to be in dire straights.
Are we looking at a global economic collapse or the end of money? What will central banks do to try to prevent this, or will their meddling set in motion a catastrophic collapse of the global markets? Bill Murphy guests with John.