Given the downturn in the long-running credit cycle, considerable QE efforts will be required via CB monetary policy to maintain dpos bitcoin status quo. CB, QE operations oftentimes result in unexpected consequences, in particular, runaway inflation, which bodes well for precious metals investors. Investors must search for “real, tangible wealth,” and no asset class better fulfills this characteristic than gold and related shares. The precious metal remains a leverage play on gold with the benefit of its industrial appeal.
Semiprecious metals are also of interest, including nickel and indium, as tangle assets become rarer and more difficult to mine. The show wraps with a brief discussion on the benefits of intermittent fasting and hourly exercise breaks. The AMA recommends walking briskly every hour for at least 2-3 minutes to reduce the symptoms of pre-diabetes and Type II diabetes, promote healthy cardio function, reduce arterial sclerosis and enhance quality of life. Global financier, Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics rejoins the show with this latest market commentary.
Despite the coordinated Herculean efforts of global central banks, low rate policies have failed to revive the economic patient. Pension funds and related retiree accounts have suffered through impossibly low rates, further compounding the difficulties facing already strapped retirees. The EU was doomed from the onset due to the lack of homogeneity within the cultural, socioeconomic environment among member states. Martin Armstrong expects the PMs sector bull market to return when the typical investor loses confidence in monetary policies. The Armstrong economic model currently expects the near parabolic climb in US equities to continue, with the Dow Jones potentially doubling again from current levels to has high as 50,000.
Paul Craig Roberts from the Institute for Political Economy, author of several best-selling tomes, rejoins the show with solid news for PMs aficionados. US has suffered the loss of 500,000 manufacturing jobs per year for over a decade. The US will deploy aluminum tariffs with Mexico and Canada as soon as this Friday, noted one report. Our guest views tariffs on such manufacturing inputs as counterproductive. Globalism and neo-liberal economics, have essentially destroyed the national manufacturing base and ruined the country.
While true “free trade” benefits all nations involved, the trouble stems from “absolute trade,” which benefits one nation over the other trade partner. The same malevolent processes are taking place in Italy, France, U. He views the gold and silver safe havens as the only viable shelters from an impending economic maelstrom of epic proportions. The current period is the longest consolidation without a new high in years, suggesting waning momentum in US share prices. Our guest expects fireworks in the gold and silver shares market, as Fed policymakers backpedal on rate hikes. To save the domestic economy from deflationary collapse, policymakers will turn dovish and expand the balance sheet in the next round of quantitative easing.