Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Ultimate Gold Panel Forecast for 2019


The Ultimate Gold Panel gets into a deep discussion about the future of Gold based on historical analysis and current economic trends. This is a must-watch for any investor who is serious about profiting from gold.

- Source, Schiff Gold

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Fed Capitulation Is Just The First Piece Of The Puzzle


Not too long ago, it was on autopilot, they were just going to leave it alone and it was going to keep on going and then the market started to cave and then they change that to, well, we're data dependent and now the market starts to go down a little bit more and all of a sudden we're almost done.

- Source, Seeking Alpha

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Fed Capitulation is the Beginning of the End


Peter Schiff is the President & CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, an SEC-Registered Investment Adviser and a full service broker/dealer. 

He is one of the few widely known economists and investment professionals to have warned about the financial crisis before it began.

- Source, Cambridge House

Friday, February 1, 2019

Peter Schiff: Powell Pause Won't be Enough


Earlier today, the monetary drug pushers at the Federal Reserve gave the addicts on Wall Street exactly the fix that they have been craving. 

In fact, not only did Powell deliver exactly what the doctor ordered with respect to interest rates, saying the Fed was going to remain "patient", probably indefinitely, with respect to another rate hike, but Powell also made it clear that the balance sheet wind-down, otherwise known as quantitative tightening, was off of auto-pilot. 

In fact, based on what Powell said, I would be surprised to see any significant reductions in the Fed's balance sheet from here. Not surprising, the market rallied as a result of getting what they wanted out of the Fed.

- Source, Peter Schiff

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Peter Schiff: The Dovish Fed Won't Fly


Another big move today in the U.S. stock market except this time the big move was to the upside, more than eradicating yesterday's big decline. 

In fact, looking back historically, yesterday's drop was the second biggest drop in history for the second day of the New Year. 

The biggest drop on the second day of a new year was in the year 2000. That was the year when the NASDAQ bubble originally popped. 

That big drop happened at a time where the market was peaking and we were just beginning a bear market where the U.S. stock market went down by about half and the NASDAQ went down by abut 80%. So not a good comparison.

- Source, Peter Schiff

Friday, January 18, 2019

Peter Schiff: This Is The Beginning Of A Much Bigger Crisis


"It's not a volatile economy, it's a bubble economy. Thanks to the Federal Reserve, they inflated an even bigger bubble, on purpose, than the one they inflated by accident that popped in 2008. 

And so the economy is in much worse shape structurally today than it was before it fell apart the last time. 

So, this is the beginning of a much greater crisis, of a much greater recession than the one that we experienced back in 2008."

- Source, Seeking Alpha

Monday, January 14, 2019

Peter Schiff: Markets Running out of Good News to Anticipate


U.S. stocks continue their correction by moving higher yet again today. 

Remember, when you have a bull market, the corrections are down, because you're correcting the upward trend by moving backward. In a bear market, it's the opposite. 

You correct a downward trend by retracing upwards. That's what we're doing now. I think this is the first rally in this bear market, so this rally is, in fact, a correction.

- Source, Peter Schiff

Friday, January 11, 2019

The Deflating Bubble Economy Could Swing in Gold’s Favor


The markets are looking shakier and shakier with each passing day. 

Geopolitics continue to break down and the bubble economy looks like it could pop.

Will it? Or will it continue to inflate, leading ultimately to a larger collapse?

- Video Source, Peter Schiff

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Joe Rogan and Peter Schiff Discuss the Lack of Value in a College Degree


Peter Schiff is an American businessman, investment broker, author and financial commentator. Schiff is CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc.

Joe Rogan and Schiff discuss the value, or lack of value in a getting a college degree in today's day and age.

- Source, Joe Rogan

Wednesday, January 2, 2019