The Bull Market Is Dead. The Bear May Live Long. – Ep 819

· Dow is now the only major index not in a bear market. · Bitcoin and Ethereum have a Black Monday. · Highest inflation in US history will be game changer for dollar and precious metals. · Google settles frivolous lawsuit. · Bitcoin pumpers lower the bar. · Celsius crypto

Peak Inflation Was Transitory – Ep 818

· Inflation beat expectations by a wide margin. · Consumers more pessimistic now than in depth of Covid lockdowns. · CNBC ridicules David Einhorn for recommending gold investing. · Investors selling both the rumor and the fact. · Christine Lagarde said nothing hawkish. · Recession will kick inflation into a

Jobs Are a Lagging Indicator – Ep 816

· Encouraging action in gold stocks. · America has never been in a weaker position to fight inflation. · Busts are the solution to artificial booms.

Biden Passes the Buck on Inflation – Ep 815

· Investors come back selling. · Crypto among worst performers of May. · Gold stocks are in a buying opportunity. · Germany is the key to the European Union. · Biden outlines a plan for fighting inflation. · Oil will continue spiking because of Biden, not Putin.

Don’t Buy a Bear Market Rally – Ep 814

· Bull trap fooling investors. · Bitcoin did not participate in the rally. · Homeowners will make money as debtors. · The Fed postponing recession will result in decades of inflation.

🔴 The Devil Returns to Collect America’s Soul – Ep 813

· Dow on its longest losing streak in 100 years. · Snapchat implodes. · Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch investors learn a hard lesson. · Inflation can no longer be solved with higher interest rates. · Even rigged CPI can’t hide rising prices now. · Ruble strength proves sanctions didn’t


It’s the Fed’s “hold my beer” moment. After more than a year in which Federal Reserve leadership appeared clueless, pollyannish, and indecisive, the Fed is conducting a full-throated messaging campaign to show that it is as serious as cancer about the inflation surge that is scaring the bejesus out of

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