Texas Precious Metals hosts "Money For Nothing" documentary at Texas A&M

Texas Precious Metals will be hosting a public screening of the new documentary, "Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve" at Texas A&M University's Mays School of Business on December 4th at 7:00pm. TPM founders Jason Kaspar ('05) and Tarek Saab will join Voss Capital's Travis Cocke ('09) on a Q&A panel following the screening. This event is open to the public, and we encourage our Texas Precious Metals clients to join us. We hope to see you there!

From the website: "MONEY FOR NOTHING is a feature-length documentary about the Federal Reserve - made by a Team of AFI, Sundance, and Academy Award winners – that seeks to unveil America’s central bank and its impact on our economy and our society.

Current and former top economists, financial historians, and investors and traders provide unprecedented access and take viewers behind the curtain to debate the future of the world’s most powerful financial institution.

Digging beneath the surface of the 2008 crisis, Money For Nothing is the first film to ask why so many facets of our financial system seemed to self-destruct at the same time. For many economists and senior Fed officials, the answer is clear: the same Fed that put out 2008’s raging financial fire actually helped light the match years before.

As the global financial system continues to falter, the Federal Reserve finds itself at a crossroads. The choices it makes will greatly influence the kind of world our children and grandchildren inherit. How can the Federal Reserve steer our nation toward a more sustainable path? How can the American people – who the Fed was created to serve - influence an institution whose inner workings they may not understand?

The key tenet underlying Money For Nothing is our belief that a more fully and accurately informed public will promote greater accountability and more effective policies from our central bank - no matter the conclusions any individual draws from the film."

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Screening Information:
When: December 4th, 2013 @ 7:00pm
Where: Mays Business School, 4113 Horticulture St., College Station, TX 77843
(Wehner Building, Room 113)
Contact: Laurie Jaeger, 361-594-3624, ext 370


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