Charles Goyette (RSS)
- How to Take Back the American Dream
- The American Dream Is Fading
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- Don’t Blame “Speculators” for Expensive Gas – Blame Washington
- 4 Reasons Why Gold Could Hit $2,500
Known for his outspoken libertarian views and his economic commentary, Charles Goyette has been described as a fearless champion of liberty, peace and prosperity.
In fact, he is no newcomer to the national economic debate. More than 25 years ago, he arranged for a then little-known Texas Congressman named Ron Paul to be a keynote speaker at a series of monetary conferences.
Charles has also been a participant in the national political debate as a radio talk show host, writer and popular public speaker. He is often called upon to share his views with national televisions audiences, including Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, PBS, CNBC and Fox Business Channel. He has appeared on popular programs like the Glenn Beck Show and the O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly on Fox News; FreedomWatch with Judge Napolitano on Fox Business; NOW with Bill Moyers on PBS; and on Lou Dobbs Tonight on CNN, where he repeatedly warned before the current turmoil of the "economic calamity the Republicans and Democrats" were creating.
Charles has also written for a number of magazines, including The American Conservative, as well as for LewRockwell.com, CNBC.com, WorldNetDaily.com and TheStreet.com.
But even more impressive, Charles Goyette is the author of New York Times bestseller THE DOLLAR MELTDOWN: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments. And his new book, RED AND BLUE AND BROKE ALL OVER: Restoring America's Free Economy, was released in March 2012.
Charles has been a booming voice of reason during these turbulent economic and financial times. His many years as a financial professional have served his readers and listeners well -- not only with his presciently profitable calls of major tops and bottoms in the gold and silver markets, but also as he loudly sounded the alarm about the dot-com bubble in the late ‘90s and the mortgage bubble as early as 2006, well in advance of the current financial calamity.