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Ep 55 – Stefan Gleason: Sound Money Coming to Wyoming?

Stefan Gleason of the Sound Money Defense League returns to the Gold Exchange Podcast to discuss the success of sound money initiatives at the state level, the critical bill in consideration in Wyoming, and how you can help win sound money policies in your state.

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00:00-01:11 Introduction
01:11-01:50 Stefan Gleason
01:50-03:31 Landscape for Sound Money
03:31-05:53 States Level Opportunities
05:53-08:00 1,2,3, many
08:00-09:17 Gold Capital Gains
09:17-10:26 Gold Sales Tax
16:11-17:31 Solving Gold's Lack of Yield
17:31-18:55 Why Wall Street Hates Gold
18:55-21:31 The Warren Buffett Objection
21:31 Negative Real Returns
23:02-24:14 The Case for Gold Yield in Investment Portfolios
24:14-29:03 Gold Balance
29:03-30:11 Missouri
30:11-33:10 States Competing
33:10-36:53 Inflation vs Unemployment
36:53-44:02 Gold, Lenin, 2008
44:02-46:58 State vs Federal
46:58-49:47 How Citizens Can Help Win
49:47-51:19 How Politicians Can Help Win
51:19-53:11 Explaining The Gold Lease
53:11-54:52Markets are Win-Win
54:52-58:03 How To Join the Fight
58:03-58:54 Ben Unemployed in 2024
58:54-59:33 Monetary Metals
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Stefan Gleason
Stefan Gleason is President of the Sound Money Defense League, a national grassroots lobbying organization working to restore gold & silver to their historical role as America's constitutional money. He also leads Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer with over 50,000 customers. Gleason has frequently appeared on national television networks such as CNN, FoxNews, & CNBC, & his writings have appeared in hundreds of publications such as the Wall Street Journal,, Seeking Alpha, Detroit News, Washington Times, & National Review.
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