Does Washington want the euro to fail?

A short note from me today – we’re just about to go live with the latest quarterly conference call for The Price Report subscribers. I’m sure Tim Price will have much to say on the events of the past year, not to mention what the future holds, while subscribers – and myself – have plenty of questions we’re keen to ask him.

But before I head off, I’ve something for you. It’s the latest episode of The Gold Podcast, which we recorded with John Butler, the former investment banker I quoted in yesterday’s letter. John has had an illustrious career in the jungle of finance, working at the infamous Lehman Brothers as well as Deutsche Bank, before going off the beaten path and finding gold.

In the latest episode, we discussed whether Washington DC wants the euro to fail (I topic I may expand on in another letter), the origins of the Fed, and the surprising perceptiveness of a former Iranian president…

You can listen to it here on Soundcloud, or here on iTunes.

All the best,


Boaz Shoshan
Editor, Capital & Conflict

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