Back from a recent trip to China, Jim Rickards discusses how the Asian giant is increasingly concerned about friction with America and what Chinese policy makers are doing in response to trade and military policy, and how physical gold demand fits into the picture. Not all is as the mainstream media would have you believe. Tune into this outstanding exclusive interview, here:
Retail investors have been dog-piling into the stock market chasing performance and margin debt is at a high. Market historians like David Stockman recognize these facts as classic signals of a top in the stock market. – E.D.
— David Stockman (@DA_Stockman) March 30, 2017
“But the most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly and with unflagging attention. It must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over. Here, as so often in this world, persistence is the first and most important requirement for success.” – Adolf Hitler
On episode 100 of the Kennedy Financial Podcast, Phil and John interview Dr. Ron Paul to discuss the Fed, sound money, taxation (theft), marriage, financial principles and the cause for liberty.
In episode 98, Phil interviews Eric Dubin (link) from The News Doctors to discuss the Fed, Yellen, Trump, interest rates and way more.
Trump wants a weak dollar but the Fed will raise interest rates. Peter Boockvar discusses how this and other forces will collide in 2017. The latest Wall St. For Main St. podcast is now live:
Yes Virginia, government interests do manipulate precious metals mining shares so as to influence the price of gold…
Bullion was resilient in the face of constant capping efforts last month. The fundamentals for strong gold are over the top and include massive under-reported Chinese physical demand purposefully obfuscated by mainstream media and Wall Street (but documented by myself and other analysts given Swiss refiner flows). Gold blasted through $1,250 last week; something had to be done. This is how the picture looks:
What is really going on with economy, markets and the Trump administration? Debt ceiling fireworks on the horizon? Tune into this week’s “Operation Freedom” for experts discuss recent developments with Dr. Dave Janda:
Former Reagan Administration White House Budget Director David Stockman says financial pain is a mathematical certainty. Stockman explains, “I think we are likely to have more of a fiscal bloodbath rather than fiscal stimulus. Unfortunately for Donald Trump, not only did the public vote the establishment out, they left on his doorstep the inheritance of 30 years of debt build-up and a fiscal policy that’s been really reckless in the extreme. People would like to think he’s the second coming of Ronald Reagan and we are going to have morning in America. Unfortunately, I don’t think it looks that promising because Trump is inheriting a mess that pales into insignificance what we had to deal with in January of 1981 when I joined the Reagan White House as Budget Director.” Stock market faces 20% correction, if not much worse.