This is the second week of the month. That means I am headed over to Westpoint, Tennessee on Thursday, August 13, with a fine bottle of California cabernet sauvignon to join Franklin Sanders, his wife Susan, and their family for dinner at the Sanders homestead down the road from their Top of the World Farm.
These are lively dinners! Franklin and I compare notes on the activities of the week and what we see coming in the weeks and months ahead. It is how we prepare for our monthly precious metals market briefing by bridge call for this week’s Solari Report.
We will cover these topics:
- Money & Markets and answering some great questions from subscribers
- New developments in the precious metals market
- Options for an IRA or tax-managed account to own physical precious metals
- Franklin summarizes key dates and principles of U.S. monetary history
Events will require that we create our own currencies. The first step is to learn our monetary history and laws. For those interested in a more detailed review of U.S. monetary history, check out David Liechty’s series here at the blog—Important Dates in U.S. Monetary History.
In our Let’s Go To the Movies, I will be reviewing Oliver Stone’s movie, JFK, about New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and connect the dots to current events in Washington and Wall Street.
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View this week’s Money & Markets Charts at the blog (published Thursday morning.)