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Interview: The Adens “The Subsidized Bull Market”


 

About this week’s show:
-We shouldn’t be in a bull market, but…
-Buy gold on any weakness
-QE ending?…not for long

About the guests: Mary Anne and Pamela Aden are two of the most influential and well known investment analysts, writers and lecturers in the world. They are the co-editors and publishers of The Aden Forecast, a monthly investment newsletter, which specializes in the U.S. and global stock markets, the precious metals and foreign exchange markets, as well as U.S. and international interest rates and bonds. More information: https://adenforecast.com/

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Cry for me Argentina! A Tearful Inflation


About this week’s show:
-“Blue” is the new black in surviving devaluation
-Gresham’s Law: “We take only GOOD money”
-“Old money”: Agriculture – “new money”-politics!

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Russell Napier: A Dearth of Dollars

About this week’s show:
-Emerging markets losing liquidity lifeline
-100% faith in Fed will be shattered
-No more economic solutions, just political

About the guest: Russell Napier is a consultant with CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets writing on issues affecting global equity markets. In May 1995, Russell relocated to Hong Kong to become Asian equity strategist for CLSA, a leading Asian equity brokerage. He occupied that position in a full time capacity until 1999 and was ranked number one for Asian strategy in all major industry polls including Institutional Investor from 1997-1999. Since 1999, apart from fulfilling a consultancy roll for CLSA, Russell has created and established a new course called A Practical History of the Financial Markets which is taught through Edinburgh Business School.

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Inflation, Deflation & Gold


About this week’s show:
-Dow could drop to 14,500 then 12,500
-All hyperinflations are 20th century events
-Gold bears 95% majority-time to buy gold!

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Dr. Joseph Tainter: The Collapse of Complex Societies


About this week’s show:
-Complexity is insidious in its increasing costs
-Maintaining the status quo is too expensive
-Crises are solvable with sufficient reserves
-Order Joseph Tainter’s book: The Collapse of Complex Societies (New Studies in Archaeology)

About the guest: Tainter’s best-known work is The Collapse of Complex Societies. Tainter argues that sustainability or collapse of societies follow from the success or failure of problem-solving institutions and that societies collapse when their investments in social complexity and their “energy subsidies” reach a point of diminishing marginal returns. He recognizes collapse when a society involuntarily sheds a significant portion of its complexity.

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Too Big NOT to Fail!


About this week’s show:
-Collapse of complexity is a recurrent pattern
-Governments will sacrifice all to maintain norm
-The FED’s 4 trillion dollar liquidity trap

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Volatility, Volume & Seasonal Vulnerability


About this week’s show: 
-Volatility index signaling stock market crash
-Higher prices, lower volume = DANGER
-Gold up in Euro, Pound, and soon the Dollar

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Money Printing = Inflation: ALWAYS!


About this week’s show:
-Inflation dormant but VERY MUCH ALIVE
-Putin’s next move: Armenia, Belarus…?
-Investors: most bullish since pre-crash 1987

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Gold & the Real Value of an Asset


About this week’s show:
-In real terms, stocks are expensive, gold is cheap
-Value investors look to buy a buck for fifty cents
-Remove time pressure from your expectations

 

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Adam Fergusson: When Money Dies

About this week’s show:
-Governments always indulge in inflation
-Inflation destroys trust in more than money
-Unlimited credit creation the new “printing.”
-Be sure to read, What is Real Money

About Adam Fergusson: Adam Fergusson is a British journalist, author and Conservative Party politician who served one term in the European Parliament (MEP). He has remained involved in the field of European Union affairs since, as a Special Adviser to Conservative governments and as a business consultant. Among other books, he wrote When Money Dies, a classic account of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic. It deals with not only the economic impacts that hyperinflation had upon society in the Weimar Republic, but also the way that society itself changed. First published in 1975, When Money Dies was hailed as a cult classic in the wake of the Financial crisis of 2007-2010, with copies changing hands on eBay for up to $1000. As a result, When Money Dies was republished in July 2010, becoming an internet sensation after allegedly being commended by financier, Warren Buffett.

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