The Real Money Show

About The Real Money Show

Saturdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm | Sundays 10:00am – 11:00am

The Real Money Show is Guildhall’s weekly radio show devoted to helping investors understand the hard asset investment market. The panel of experts provide insight and education through their weekly synopsis of key articles, updates, and discussions about the economic factors affecting the gold, silver, and color diamond markets.

Featured Interview – Gerald Celente

American Trend Forecaster & publisher of the Trends Journal

Gerald Celente has appeared as a guest on media outlets such as CNN, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America & Coast to Coast AM. In this interview we touch on what you need to know about Trump’s Trade Wars, whether the US Dollar and Oil will continue higher, & how gold effectively balances a wealth portfolio.

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For investors looking for a change, The Real Money Show represents a new way of thinking about money. Listeners can expect the latest market updates, market fundamentals, and interviews with the most informed experts in both the bullion and color diamond arenas.

Interview with Gerald Celente

Will you miss out on silver? What does the current price of silver show us? That it's not in demand? That there's no possibility of it ever rising? That it's not really precious? Darren & Jeremy discuss the fundamentals behind the prices. The supply demand of silver....

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Interview with Danielle DiMartino Booth

Author of Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America. She was a former advisor to Richard Fischer of the Dallas Fed, worked on Wall Street, and is a regular contributor and commentator for Bloomberg and other major news outlets. She is the...

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