Why Are These Horses Under A Giant Table? – Mike Maloney

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“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.” – Thomas Jefferson. Mike Maloney offers perspectives on President Trump’s economic policies including the role of taxes, tariffs, and regulation in the prosperity of all Americans. Mike also covers the latest Commitment of Traders Report where you’ll learn that institutional traders have increased their short positions indicating a coming drop in silver and gold prices. Watch Mike’s analysis for the complete picture including a look at the Gold/Silver Ratio and how it influences his decision to buy. If you enjoyed watching this video, be sure to check out the Hidden Secrets of Money website at . It’s a world-leading educational series by Mike Maloney, the bestselling author of the Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver. As Mike explains in the series and his book, we live in an economic system that is made complicated by design. Basically, it’s set up so most people don’t even try to understand it. In Mike’s videos, he breaks down these concepts using easy-to-follow analogies, real pages from history, and animations that tie it all together.
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51 thoughts on “Why Are These Horses Under A Giant Table? – Mike Maloney

    1. I have always wondered what would happen if a substantial portion of the
      debt and money was wiped out, similar to what happens in the movie Fight
      Club, either through some sort of computer hacking or debt-forgiveness.
      What would happen to the price of silver and gold then? Would we still see
      large gains?

    2. +CHIP I bet stupidity eventually would rinse & repeat another Dept cycle!
      Just like a alkaholic will often go back eventually after they work so hard
      to clean up & get sober! I have lived a half century & watched people in &
      out of Dept, mostly in! We always live beyond our means! Good point though
      Chip!

  1. Protectionism works as even Noam Chomsky have argued very convincingly! The
    problem usually is that protectionism won’t be allowed by the globalists.
    Even Hitler used protectionism and it worked beautifully until he was
    attacked. China were very protectionist especially until realtively
    recently, and they benefited enormously from this, economically. Just two
    examples. But globalism protects the major globalists only. It’s a
    cat-eat-mouse economy.
    Nice take on the horse problem!

    1. It has never worked and it never will, this is very easy to debunk as a
      myth. Just ask yourself why global powers change. They all try this at the
      end of the empire. People will never understand it is free trade that makes
      mankind stronger and more prosperous. New inventions and innovation do not
      come from lack of competition, much like the strength of human character is
      born out of adversity and challenge. America was born out of hardship and
      struggle. This struggle gave use the fighting will to overcome other
      nations with relentless inventions, smashing the weak industries who rely
      on the protectionism, as they grew bloated and lazy.

    2. Protectionism against China and other dictatorial countries who could be
      threats to national security is the right thing to do. Trading and
      competing freely with countries similar to the USA (like Canada or
      countries of the E.U.) is the way to go.

  2. You are so right about the over regulations I am a business owner and can
    honstly say it has been very hard under Obama so I certainly hope it gets
    better with President Trump.

    1. Libertarian – Yes, tariffs are a tax. They are a tax on consumers. But
      point being if you have a job, you have an income, and that income is
      taxed. Tariff taxes are ‘easier’ to get away from, just don’t buy the
      product. Being an anarcho-libertarian myself, I believe there should be
      ZERO tax. Taxes are legalized extortion.

    2. brnki – free market anarchist to be exact. I don’t like the term
      ‘capitalist’ although I know exactly what you mean by it. I don’t like it
      because the liberal tards confuse it with ‘corporatism’ which has nothing
      to do with free market. Terms are terms.. Point being humanity would
      flourish if gubmint did not exist. And yes, any form of taxation, no matter
      the term, is thievery.

  3. Your statement that protective Tariffs are bad for an economy do not appear
    to be supported by history. The greatest growth in America occurred after
    the Civil War when strong tariffs were in place. Bismark, after studying
    how America was doing so well, also established tariffs and Germany became
    the strongest industrial power in Europe as a result. So what is your
    source that determines that tariffs are bad for an economy.

    Second point; Mexico has significant tariffs on goods exported from the US,
    why should we allow companies to build factories there and ship good into
    the US duty free when we cannot do the same?

    Free trade is one thing, but that is not what we have. Ship something to
    China, Mexico, India, Korea or any one of the countries dumping their
    products into the US markets and you will find that they all have heavy
    tariffs on imports. Why should we continue to allow that?

    1. Wars are a part of economy, you can not separate the two, all freedom is
      maintained at a price. Prosperity comes from innovation. Protectionism
      creates the opposite of innovation. Governments are maintained by violence
      with no exceptions.

    2. ” The greatest growth in America occurred after the Civil War when strong
      tariffs were in place.”

      False. The late 19th century was a period of relatively slow per capita
      growth (only some 1.6 per year). Even the 1970s was a period of quicker
      growth (approximately 2.15% per year).

    3. The Gilded Age (1870-1910) saw the greatest period of economic growth in
      American history. After the short-lived panic of 1873, the economy
      recovered with the advent of hard money policies and industrialization.
      From 1869 to 1879, the US economy grew at a rate of 6.8% for real GDP and
      4.5% for real GDP per capita, despite the panic of 1873. The economy
      repeated this period of growth in the 1880s, in which the wealth of the
      nation grew at an annual rate of 3.8%, while the GDP was also doubled.

    4. +Midwesterner Those estimates are out of date. The most recent GDP per
      capita growth estimates, like those of Angus Maddison, are much lower. They
      are only some 1.6% per year. There are also other sources which show
      periods of rising unemployment and constant business pessimism in the
      1870s, 1880s and 1890.

      I do agree with you on the need for protectionism though.

  4. Sorry to disagree Mike, but our early tariff-financed government had one
    extremely positive effect… By creating opportunity for domestic
    production (avoiding import tariffs), America became a manufacturing
    powerhouse.

    1. Shalom: 2/3’s of the landmass is still undeveloped (basically the whole
      great out-west)… people are working for peanuts today… and the debt
      will never be paid anyway

      Nick: the free land is still there, now owned by the Federal gov., and
      actually, the boom I am referring to was post Civil War

  5. Trump basically said at a recent meeting that a border tax is a Fair Trade
    deal. Essentially, everybody else taxes us, and we tax no one, so we’ll
    join the crowd, and even the playing field to make it fair. Then, on a
    country by country basis, a trade deal can be worked on with partners.
    Can’t really be any worse than what has taken place over the last
    generation for ‘Muricans. The U.S. has been losing year after year.

    1. I can’t deny your statement, but I also know that Milton Friedman has
      strong arguments against tariffs in his Free to Choose series. This is a
      difficult topic/issue.

    1. An interesting topic, eg from what I basically understand there was no
      income tax in the 1800’s, but Govt tax income came largely from Port Tariff
      income etc, with the rate being a lot higher back then etc.

    2. Apparently the horse shelter was done as a means of promotion, not to
      bypass regulations.

      “The photograph is genuine but the story of why it was built is untrue.
      While the giant furniture does indeed provide shelter to horses, it was
      built in such a way as a means of promoting the products of a German wood
      merchant. It was not constructed as a way of bypassing a council building
      restriction as claimed in the message.” – Hoax-Slayer website.

    3. Man ! I’m an Arab, and I’m telling you you must do a presentation in the
      Arab world, or come on a show on one of the Arabic TV channels ..
      Pls. Pls. Pleeeeeeease

  6. Hey mike .Better cut the table and chairs story as it’s fake .They were
    actually built by a wood merchant to promote his products in Germany back
    in 2003.

  7. great video mike!! i voted for trump because he is the man with the match
    who will light the inflation fire!! trump will make america “expensive
    again”

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