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Month: February 2014

The Peter Schiff Show – 02/28/14

Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio! Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 02-24-14 to 02-28-14 Monday – Fear of default is fading because of inflation. Tuesday – Consumer confidence fell in February. Wednesday – Data shows that the weather didn’t slow down sales. Thursday – Don’t focus on revenues but rather profits. Friday – The …

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The Peter Schiff Show – 02/25/14

Victors over Government. Christina Oatfield, Christina Oatfield, food policy director at the Sustainable Economies Law Center; and Mark Stambler, Los Angeles-based bread baker, on how Mark’s popular home-made bread operation was shut down by California’s food cops, and how’s it’s re-emerged following Christina’s efforts to legalize home-made food sales in California..

WhatsApp With That?

Posted by Peter Schiff on 02/21/2014 at 10:41 AM Two pieces of business news announced this week provide a convenient frame through which to view our dysfunctional and distorted economy. The first (which has attracted tremendous attention), is Facebook’s blockbuster $19 billion acquisition of instant messaging provider WhatsApp. The second (which few have noticed) is the horrific earnings report issued …

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China, Stamps, Rental Properties in Sweden & Spain and Deflation

Listeners’ Questions, Peter’s Answers Audio – February 21, 2014 [youtube class=”center” id=”GoMBPnEjRwo”] [separator style_type=”single” top_margin=”5″ bottom_margin=”5″ sep_color=”” icon=”fa-play” width=”” class=”” id=””] Mike from Paris, TX If China keeps all the gold mined within China and even imports more- then how are China Panda coins made and sold into the United States? Rajinder from London, GB …

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The Peter Schiff Show – 02/20/14

Burt Folsom, history professor at Hillsdale College & author of The Myth of the Robber Barons, on why inequality is healthy, why today’s conventional wisdom about the Gilded Age is all wrong, and how some modern-day Rockefellers could be just what today’s economy needs.