In December, Grant Williams, author of “Things That Make You Go Hmm…” offered the most comprehensive analysis yet of the rise and inevitable fall of the petrodollar (and implicitly US hegemony). In the following presentation, from Mines & Money Conference in London in December 2016, Williams focuses on gold’s performance in 2016, the reaction to Donald Trump’s election and joins a series of dots that may lead to the end of the petrodollar system and a new place for gold in the global monetary system.
With Silver Surging Off 50 Its DMA Friday, Fund Manager Dave Kranzler Joined the Show to Break Down the Action, Discussing:
- Short Capitulation? You Can Smell That Gold Wants to Go Higher
- Why the Fund Manager Believes 2017 Will Be Better for Gold & Silver Than 2016
- THIS Is When the Fireworks Are Really Going to Start in Gold and Silver…
- Something Just Changed: “This Is the Most Gold I’ve EVER SEEN Move Into China…”
A Must Listen Metals & Markets Begins Now:
Dow 20,000 is finally here. Famed investor and Fed critic Peter Schiff looks ahead. Will renewed quantitative easing send the Dow towards an inflationary spiral, or is a deflationary crash next?
The post-election run-up in stocks was fueled purely by “hope and change” energy. Now that Trump has assumed the mantle, reality will hit like an icy shower. The non-“alternative facts” about the economy continue to show contraction in real economic activity. The retail sales report for December was an utter disaster, especially if you strip out gasoline and autos.
Firing on all cylinders and tackling important economic and political events of the past month while looking towards what may happen in 2017, the latest “Welcome to Dystopia” is one of the most informative and downright funny episodes of recent memory. Jason and I pull no punches! – Eric Dubin, Managing Editor, The News Doctors
Jason and Mo of Wall St for Main St discuss 2016 including the Federal Reserve, interest rate increases, the 35+ bond bull market, a strong US Dollar, Donald Trump and Dow 20k.
We have the ingredients for major market turmoil in 2017.
The Fed is completely full of shit. It is terrified of the conditions it has set up and it has no idea what to do next. The “data” that it claims to be so dependent on is arrantly fake.
An interest rate rise of one percent, would drive the annual US debt higher by $190 billion.
ETF inflows into the US stock market are downright explosive. TrimTabs published a recent alert discussing the massive inflow of capital. We are seeing money flows dancing to differences in monetary policy and currency zones. Click here for examples playing out this morning. TND colleauge Dave Kranzler has more:
The Census Bureau reported that its advance estimates of retail sales for November show a .1% gain from October and a 3.8% gain over November 2015. Wall St. was forecasting a .4% gain. Oops. But there’s a bigger problem…
TND Guest Contributor: Dave Kranzler