Greg Hunter Interview: Craig Hemke - Money Printing Madness
Greg Hunter interviews Craig Hemke, financial writer, precious metals expert, and founder of TFMetalsReport.com, about geopolitics, debt, economy, gold, and markets.
- (01:19) In the economic landscape of unlimited money printing where are we?;
- (07:29) Where do you see this going?;
- (14:48) Does the geopolitical game just accelerate this?;
- (17:07) What about bailing out the states with all the money printing?;
- (26:10) Tell us about TFMetalsReport.com;
- And more...
31 minute video by Greg Hunter published 13 October 2020
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