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Monetary Metals Completes Gold Lease to European Refiner L’Orfebre

13 days ago

Scottsdale, Ariz – January 11, 2022 – Monetary Metals has leased gold to L’Orfebre, a European precious metals refiner.
The lease expands Monetary Metals’ gold and silver lease portfolio to include five industry verticals: bullion, jewelry, manufacturers, miners, and now refiners, on four continents.
Investor demand for the lease was substantial, resulting in an oversubscription of the offering. Investors earn a return on their gold, paid in gold instead of incurring vault costs. L’Orfebre benefits from the user-friendly lease structure. The interest rate paid to investors is 2.5%, in gold. The CEO of Monetary Metals, Keith Weiner, commented on the transaction:
“In this age of rampant speculation, gold offers stability. Investments that pay interest in gold

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Episode 25: The Origins and Machinations of the Federal Reserve

December 10, 2021

This week’s episode of the Gold Exchange Podcast explores the topic of Central Banks, most notably the US Federal Reserve. Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner explores why the Fed was created and what deleterious effects it has on our economy including inflation, boom bust cycles and monetary debasement in this recorded talk given to investment bankers.
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Episode Transcript
John Flaherty:
Hello, again, and welcome to the Gold Exchange Podcast. Today’s episode is a presentation Keith gave on the Federal Reserve and its impact on financial markets. His audience was an investment banking firm who requested this presentation. Keith covered a wide range of topics including how the Federal Reserve

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Mickey Fulp Interview: Investing in Interest-Bearing Gold Bonds

December 3, 2021

Mickey Fulp, aka the Mercenary Geologist, interviewed Monetary Metals’ CEO Keith Weiner to discuss the maturity of Monetary Metals’ recent gold bond. Gold bonds are denominated in gold, with principal and interest payable in gold.
Mickey and Keith have a wide ranging discussion which covers the history of gold as money in the United States, including the history of gold bonds, which were commonplace until 1933. Listen to their conversation below.
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Highlights of the Interview
– How Monetary Metals is making an old idea new again
– What happened to gold as money in the US?
– How exactly does a gold bond work?
– What companies would borrow in gold
– The benefits of gold bonds to investors
– Who can invest in gold bonds
– How to invest in gold bonds

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Monetary Metals Proves Marketplace for Gold Yield with Valaurum Gold Lease

November 17, 2021

Scottsdale, Ariz – November 16, 2021 – Monetary Metals is pleased to announce a new gold lease to Valaurum to expand production of the Aurum®, their physical gold currency product. The lease size has grown by 800%.

Example of the Aurum®. Investors in the Monetary Metals gold lease are earning 2.25% interest on gold to finance production of the Aurum®, Valaurum’s physical gold currency product.
“We’re thrilled to get a new gold lease with Monetary Metals to scale up our operations, and at a significantly lower rate than we were expecting. We’re very pleased with the results,” said Adam Trexler, Founder and CEO of Valaurum. Valaurum has been leasing gold from Monetary Metals since 2016.
Monetary Metals’ investors were also pleased with the interest rate in the gold

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