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Month: November 2015

The Peter Schiff Show

Weak Holiday Sales Confirm The Best Bargain Is Gold – Ep. 121

I am recording this podcast on Cyber Monday Cyber Monday first got its name because e-commerce wanted its own version of Black Friday It’s losing some significance, given it is losing some of its competitiveness because of the strong online sales during Black Friday Online sales were up about 20% over last year, but the …

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The Peter Schiff Show

Retailers May Still Be In The Red After Black Friday – Ep. 120

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day, one day before Black Friday The one day of the year where Americans make their annual pilgrimmage there they stampede to the nearest mall to buy stuff they really don'[t need and can’t afford It’s almost like a black and blue weekend I believe that this will be a pretty weak …

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The Peter Schiff Show

Markets Read What They Want Into FOMC Minutes – Ep. 119

Earlier Wednesday, they released the FOMC minutes Everybody expected the minutes to express the FOMC intention to raise in December CNBC’s Steve Liesman says it’s a sure thing The minutes show that most members believe that the conditions will be right for a December rate hike but, it depends on the data that comes out …

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Schiff Report

Over-Hyped Oct. Jobs Report Does Not Assure Dec. Rate Hike – Schiff Report

Friday, November 6, 2015 Earlier today the government released the Non-Farm Payroll Report for the month of October I was told that this was the most import Non-Farm Payroll report ever They were looking for 190,000 jobs and we created 271,000 jobs Everybody now has jumped to the conclusion that a December rate hike is …

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QE Communism

QE’s Creeping Communism

By: Peter Schiff, President and CEO Euro Pacific Capital Most economists and investors readily acknowledge that the current period of central bank activism, characterized by extended bouts of quantitative easing and zero percent interest rates, is a newly-blazed trail in economic history. And while these policies strike some as counterintuitive, open-ended, and unimaginably expensive, most …

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