The Implications of a Flawed Monetary System – Part 2

Featuring Brent Johnson

In the conclusion of this two-part presentation, Brent Johnson from Santiago Capital paints a picture of a future world based on the flaw in our monetary system, using Jaws, the Arab Spring, and Braveheart to drive the lesson home.

Published on
18 November, 2014
Gold, Financial System
10 minutes
Asset class


  • DH

    Dale H.

    30 5 2015 20:28

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    Brent, thanks, that's informative and inspiring. More please. I think you could some day write a book about your journey, if you haven't already.

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    Duncan B.

    29 11 2014 20:46

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    The situation described here is the elephant in the financial room than the mainstream media fear to mention (even think of, apparently). It is so clear the beast is there, laughing in the corner....

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    Duncan B.

    29 11 2014 20:21

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    This is the type of presentation I like - short and pithy. Do wish some of your other presenters would adhere to this formula. Congratulations Santiago!

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    Bruce W.

    27 11 2014 12:56

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    Goldman Sachs most recent forcast predicates novolatility in the markets as a result of the end of QE and the Fed will successfully unwind it's balance sheet over the next 10 yeas.

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    Bruce L.

    19 11 2014 22:09

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    If the Japanese GPIF took their new allocation for non domestic equities they could buy the ten largest pure gold mining cos. in the world and begin to restore credibility in Japan's future.

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    Fred S.

    18 11 2014 17:11

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    Bravo! Just when i'm ready to throw in the towel and stop accumulating real money, someone comes along and provides the encouragement to keep straight on. Thanks Brent!