Stansberry Investor Hour
From business, investing and politics to entertainment and social issues, Buck & Porter offer candid, intelligent, and entertaining takes on today's most important headlines...inviting a variety of guests, experts, and you to join the conversation.

  
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Buck Sexton & Porter Stansberry
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Title
34: Why Gold Will Beat Bitcoin in 2018
Description

Porter and Buck are back from holiday break to give you their boldest predictions for 2018. The first one’s a doozy for regular listeners as Porter provides granular detail on how the stage is set for gold and other commodities to have a massive stealth bull market this year. Buck asks Porter about the pros and cons of owning physical gold bullion versus gold stocks. You’ll also hear Porter reveal the one gold equity he favors that gives you most of gold’s benefits, without owning a single ounce of the precious metal.

Porter and Buck welcome best-selling author and founder of the Wealth Factory, Garrett Gunderson. As a teenager, Garrett launched his first company and won business competitions across the state of Utah. By age 26 he was a multi-millionaire and partner in several financial enterprises. He tells Porter about his new upcoming book, Five Day Weekend, and the three things he’s writing about right now that will help you build your financial infrastructure and grow your money.

The mailbag is stuffed with reader feedback on Jack Reacher, gold, cryptos, and a question for Porter on capital efficiency. Buck tells Porter about a phone call he recently received from Ivanka Trump (no kidding), and “Arianna” makes an appearance to give Porter tips on staying healthy in 2018.

Published
2018-01-11 19:55:13 UTC
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