Why Leave Extra Money in a Bank – Peter SchiffYouTube
Mar. 28, 2013
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In the wake of the Cyprus banking crisis, Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Precious Metals says, "There's no question a crisis is on its way. The end game is a huge crisis." With that in mind, Schiff says, "Why would you leave any extra money in a bank to get zero percent interest. . . . I think pull your money out, and put it into some kind of investment. . . . anything other than a piece of paper that's going to lose value." Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with money manager Peter Schiff.