Argentina Libertarian Boom Taking Off with Doug Casey #6071
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by Kerry Lutz
3h ago
Kerry Lutz and Doug Casey discussed a range of topics, including the revolution in Argentina, the real estate market in Argentina and Uruguay, the US political environment, the surging prices of gold and silver, and investment opportunities. They explored the election of an anarcho-capitalist president in Argentina and the country's global significance, as well as the potential impact of a ruling cabal. Doug Casey shared his personal experience of purchasing a large penthouse in Buenos Aires at a fraction of the cost compared to a similar property in New York, and suggested Uruguay as an attra ..read more
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Precious Metals Shine Bright in Times of Inflation - Alan Hibbard #6070
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by Kerry Lutz
4d ago
Kerry Lutz and Alan Hibbard discussed the current state of the precious metals market and investment strategies. Alan shared his investment portfolio, which includes gold, silver, and Bitcoin, and discussed his long-term investment approach. They also talked about the potential impact of inflation on real estate and other asset classes, comparing the historical performance of real estate and gold during inflationary periods. The conversation also touched on the potential impact of inflation on debt repayment and the implications for the government and banking sector. Lastly, they explored the ..read more
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The Great Precious Metals Catch-up Is Happening Now -- Michael Arries #6069
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by Kerry Lutz
5d ago
Kerry Lutz and Michael Arries discussed the recent surge in gold and silver prices, attributing it to economic factors such as inflation, political uncertainty, and lack of faith in fiat currency. They predicted that the precious metals would continue to rise in value, with the possibility of gold reaching $10,000-$15,000 an ounce and silver reaching $300-$500 an ounce. The speakers emphasized the significance of the current market conditions in driving the surge and the importance of staying attuned to market trends for portfolio growth. They also explored the historical performance and poten ..read more
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The Growing Threat of Inflation on Middle-Class Americans - Ted Thatcher #6068
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by Kerry Lutz
6d ago
Kerry Lutz and Ted Thatcher discussed the concept of "sticky" inflation and its impact on Fed policy. They analyzed the transition from transitory to sticky inflation and the evolving methodologies for calculating inflation. The conversation also touched on the political pressure on the Fed to cut rates, the widening gap between Wall Street and Main Street, and the potential challenges for the average American if inflation continues to rise while job growth slows. They also explored the likelihood of a market "melt up" and the potential consequences for the banking sector. Overall, the meeting ..read more
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Outsourcing the CFO Role: Benefits for Small Businesses- Hurley Fox #6067
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by Kerry Lutz
1w ago
Kerry Lutz and Hurley Fox discussed the advantages and challenges of outsourcing the CFO role for small businesses. They highlighted the impact of technology on remote CFO services and the importance of having trained personnel at the client's location. The speakers emphasized the need for proper accounting procedures and the challenges small businesses face in maintaining clean accounting records. Hurley Fox provided a comprehensive overview of the onboarding process, emphasizing the critical role of accurate accounting and data integrity. He shared insights into the cost savings and value hi ..read more
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Stagflation Reality Contradicts Biden/Powell's Optimism with Ed Siddell #6065
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by Kerry Lutz
1w ago
Ed Siddell breaks down the recent market rebound in May following a challenging April. He discusses how Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's assurances regarding stable interest rates have temporarily alleviated market fears, contributing to the rebound. However, Siddell points out a significant disconnect between Powell’s optimistic projections and the prevailing economic data indicating stagflation—a scenario combining stagnant economic growth with inflation. Siddell highlights several key indicators that contradict the Federal Reserve's narrative: ISM Manufacturing Index: Expected at 5 ..read more
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$30+ Silver is Inevitable with Craig Hemke #6064
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by Kerry Lutz
1w ago
Kerry Lutz welcomed Craig Hemke to analyze the recent developments in the precious metals market. Hemke provided insights into the market's breakout before the Fed started to cut rates and emphasized the multiple factors driving the market's performance. They also discussed the potential for a surge in precious metals due to the economy rolling over and the challenges of chart analysis in uncharted territory. Additionally, they anticipated an effort to paint the charts with a double top as a line of defense for banks with short positions, given the all-time high of precious metals. The convers ..read more
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Jerome Powell is Wearing Concrete Boots with David Stryzewski #6063
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by Kerry Lutz
1w ago
Financial expert David Stryzewski analyzes the alarming trends revealed in April’s Producer Price Index (PPI) report. The PPI has risen by 0.5%, signaling persistent and escalating inflationary pressures, a sharp contrast to the previous month's 0.1% decline. This marks the first instance since April 2022 that PPI inflation has risen for three consecutive months, showcasing a trend of sticky inflation. David explains that the year-over-year rise in wholesale costs, which accelerated to 2.2%, points to a future where inflation could significantly overshoot the Federal Reserve's 2% target. The b ..read more
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Golden Opportunities: Navigating Fed Rate Cuts and China's Metal Buying Spree - Phillip Streible #6062
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by Kerry Lutz
2w ago
Kerry Lutz and Phillip Streible discussed a range of economic topics. They began by discussing the potential for Fed rate cuts, with Streible suggesting that they may be postponed until the end of the year due to inflation, political considerations, and external economic factors. Lutz expressed apprehension about the potential impact on the markets and questioned whether the Fed's actions may be inadequate in light of current economic indicators. The conversation also touched on the upcoming June meeting, inflation data, and the challenges posed by high interest rates and their impact on consu ..read more
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2024: Year of the Bank Run with John Rubino #6060
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by Kerry Lutz
2w ago
Kerry Lutz and John Rubino delve into pressing economic issues, predicting a looming crisis driven by rising mortgage rates and increasing retail store closures. They argue the necessity for significant government intervention, similar to the pandemic-era stimulus measures, to mitigate the economic downturn. The conversation also explores the unique challenges facing retailers, especially in California, where lax laws on shoplifting complicate business operations. Additionally, they discuss the controversial "weaponization" of the criminal justice system, suggesting its impact on social order ..read more
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