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John Perkins (Author of "Confessions of An Economic Hitman") James Turk (Author of "The Coming Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit from It") and Bill Murphy (GATA) Provide Lively Discussion

By Al Korelin and Paul Warren         Printer Friendly Version
March 14, 2005

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James Turk, author of "The Coming Collapse of the Dollar" discussed the fact that the U.S. dollar is loosing value and that this momentum will, more than likely, increase and that we will experience an increase in inflation. Not good news for the conventional stock market, but maybe good news for investors in precious metals. James feels strongly that this is the case. Listen to segments one and two and see if you don't agree. Go to www.kereport.com and click on Segment 1 and then Segment 2.

Best-selling author John Perkins joined us in the third and fourth segments. We talked about his controversial best seller, "Confessions of An Economic Hitman". John is a very interesting man and, regardless of your opinion of his book, you will find these segments to be fascinating. They are particularly interesting when you consider the implications on commodity prices worldwide of what he writes about in his book.

Bill Murphy of GATA joined us in the fifth segment. Regular listeners know how passionate Bill is when it comes to the issue of "gold price manipulation". His interview this week provided an update on the Blanchard lawsuit and summarized his group's contention that central banks have conspired to rig markets to suppress gold prices, primarily because rising gold causes alarm in the financial community.

In Segment 6, Paul and Seattle analyst Steve Taylor wrapped up comments on the week's top economic headlines.

 

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Alexander Korelin is the co-host of The Korelin Economics Report along with Paul Warren. This program is syndicated nationally on Talkstar and can also be listened to on the Internet by going to www.kereport.com and clicking on "recent programs". Guests pay no fees to appear on the program and neither Mr. Korelin nor Mr. Warren own any stock in the companies discussed unless it is fully disclosed.