Gold is a belief – Grant Williams
By Edward Maas
THE MATTERHORN INTERVIEW – November 2014: Grant Williams
“Gold is a belief”
I gives me particular pleasure to welcome Grant Williams to this month’s interview. Grant has a great grasp of markets and always explains complex matters so that we all can understand them. He also is a wonderful individual and a good friend. This interview on the gold market is fascinating and really worth listening to.
Egon von Greyerz
Podcast interview: This month financial journalist Lars Schall talked with highly respected Singapore-based fund manager Grant Williams about, inter alia: the philosophy of gold and money; gold as “power money”; the bad effects of central bank interventions; the Swiss Goldinitiative; and the question whether gold will become the ultimate bubble in the future after the bubbles in bonds and equities will have popped.
By Lars Schall
The article that Grant Williams refers to in the above interview is “Deus ex machina”.
Grant Williams is the author of the widely-read financial letter, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… (www.ttmygh.com) the founder of Real Vision Television (www.realvisiontv.com) and portfolio and strategy advisor to Vulpes Investment Management in Singapore.
Grant has almost 30 years of experience in finance on the Asian, Australian, European and US markets and has held senior positions at several international investment houses.
About Edward Maas
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