Thursday, January 31, 2013

Doug Casey Interviews Peter Schiff

"Casey Research chairman Doug Casey interviews financial pundit and author Peter Schiff. Their conversation covers a range of issues: gold, the validity of the US dollar, the Federal Reserve system and the Schiff family's fight with the IRS."

- Source, Casey Research:

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Coming Debt Crisis Will Make 2008 Look Like a Picnic

"A best-selling author and one of the world's most in-demand financial pundits, Peter Schiff is interviewed by Cambridge House Live anchor Bridgitte Anderson about the U.S. debt situation, potential collapse of U.S. dollar and his prediction of $5000 gold. Taped at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in January 2013."

- Source Cambridge House:

Friday, January 25, 2013

Capitalism is Getting a Bad Name

Peter Schiff appear on a panel, where he debates liberals who are trying to put a bad name on Capitalism.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Warren Buffett and His Hypocrisy on Taxes

In a recent presentation Peter Schiff talks about how Warren Buffet is being a hypocrite when he talks about higher taxes.

- Source:

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Congress Can't Even Fix The Post Office, How Will They The Fix Deficit?

Peter Schiff points out the obvious fact that the US government is NOT going to solve any of our financial problems. They can't even fix the quickly eroding USPS.

- Source, CNBC:

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Peter Schiff and Marc Faber - What Will Happen in 2013?

Marc Faber and Peter Schiff appear on CNBC's "Futures Now". They discuss their predictions for the markets in 2013.

- Source, CNBC:

Monday, January 14, 2013

Peter Schiff Talks Gun Control with Ted Nugent

Peter Schiff talks with Ted Nugent on "Schiff Radio" about gun control. They discuss how to best curtail random mass killings.

- Source, Schiff Radio:

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Look at how Well Gold has Done Relative to the Stock Market

Peter Schiff appears on CNBC's "Money Motion" and debunks that the gold bull run is over. He compares how well gold has done compared to the stock market.

- Source CNBC's Money in Motion: