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?

Ever since Jackson Hole we’ve seen Fed officials playing a game of perceptions management ping-pong.  Schiff cuts through the noise and lays out where markets are headed in these two quality podcasts. – E.D.

Peter Schiff explains economic news is “mixed, at best” and Federal Reserve officials are spinning reality to support sentiment. 

Peter Schiff makes the case that central bankers around the world will continue to juice the financial system.  Australia just cut rates to an all time low as the central banker liquidity party marches on…

peter schiffTND VideoCast Spotlight:  Peter Schiff

Alex Jones interviews Mr. Schiff, discussing “Black Lives Matter” and how the rising tide of social strife is happening within a broader context.  Schiff also discusses economic and financial market turmoil, and how things are coming to a head.

Source: Peter Schiff YouTube Channel.

TND VideoCast Spotlight:  Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff and Josh Crumb discuss the new merger between SchiffGold, Goldmoney, and BitGold.

This is a fascinating JV that will help further the growth in awareness of precious metals as money.

Source:  Peter Schiff YouTube Channel

 

peter schiffTND Videocast Spotlight:  Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com

Money manager Peter Schiff says don’t believe the so-called “Brexit” was the real cause of the recent chaos in the financial markets. Schiff explains, “If the global financial system and the markets were healthy, ‘Brexit’ would be a non-event.  I mean what difference does it make in the scheme of things if the UK is not part of the EU?  In a healthy economy, it would just shrug it off, but because we have anything else but a healthy financial system, it’s all a gigantic bubble.  It’s a house of cards.  That’s how fragile it is, and it’s all propped up with cheap money, negative interest rates and quantitative easing.  Everybody is confident that the central banks and politicians can keep these bubbles in the air that they are juggling.  Now, all of a sudden, something goes wrong that they didn’t expect.  It shows that the government is losing control, and this is the wake-up call.  This is what has everybody so scared. This is the match that ignites the powder keg, but the powder keg was there all along.”

Click here to read the rest of Greg Hunter’s write-up and to access the active comment section.

After the Interview:

You can find free analysis and information on both EuroPac.com and SchiffGold.com.

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About Greg Hunter:

greg_hunter1Mr. Hunter is the producer and creator of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com. The site’s slogan is “analyzing the news to give you a clear picture of what’s really going on.” The site will keep an eye on the government, your financial interests and cut through the media spin. Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com is neither Democrat nor Republican, Liberal or Conservative. Before creating and producing the site, Greg spent nearly 9 years as a network and investigative correspondent. He worked for ABC News and Good Morning America for nearly 6 years. Most recently, Greg worked for CNN for shows such as Paula Zahn Now, American Morning and various CNN business shows. Greg encurages feedback and welcomes comments. You may also support USAWatchdog.com by clicking here to donate.  Reprinted with permission.

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TND Podcast Spotlight:  Peter Schiff

Mr. Schiff reviews what was happening leading up to Brexit and what Brexit means going forward.

Source:  Peter Schiff YouTube Channel

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peter schiffBy Eric Dubin

Amusingly enough, it was only a couple of weeks ago that Peter Schiff made comments in one of his podcasts that CNBC America hardly ever lets him on because he’s too bearish – can’t ruffle too many feathers of CNBC sponsors, a great many of which are financial services companies.  But markets are edgy and given the lousy 38,000 May employment “print,” there’s probably an uptick in CNBC viewers requesting to see Schiff again.

The following clip runs just over 8 minutes.  It features quality debate and Peter makes a number of strong arguments.  But honestly, it’s just downright amusing to watch him debate conventional thinkers.

Source: Peter Schiff