We have said for many years that the easy money policies of recent years end in inflation followed by deflation, or deflation. This week’s guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Kerry Lutz, echoed that idea in his conversation with your host, Dennis Tubbergen. In response, Lutz sees that in an inflationary environment, the price and purchasing of gold go higher, and in a deflationary environment, the price of gold goes lower, but the purchasing power goes much higher. You’ll want to hear the whole conversation as they also discuss the stock market, real estate, and much more.
Kerry Lutz has been a student of Austrian Economics since 1977. While attending Pace University, he stumbled upon an extensive cache of Austrian Economic Literature in a dark, musty, abandoned section of the school’s library. After graduating from The New York Law School, he became an attorney and lifelong serial entrepreneur. In 2010, Kerry gave up most of his other interests to pursue his desire of becoming a radio show host and founded the Financial Survival Network, whose mission is to help you prosper and thrive in the New Economy.
There are but two possible policy decisions that the Federal Reserve could make at this point and today we’ll explore the economic outcomes that will follow depending on which course of action the Fed would decide to follow. Join your host Dennis Tubbergen on this week’s Special Edition of Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio where he looks at the prospects for these two options, why each one is a bad choice, and how you might protect your dreams of a secure, stress-free retirement.
Dennis Tubbergen has been working in the financial services industry for over thirty years. He is the CEO of PLP Advisors, a registered investment advisory company, and the host of Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio. Dennis has authored numerous books for financial advisors and consumers, three of which have been #1 best-sellers on Amazon.
While inflation of the current magnitude hasn’t been seen since the late 1970s and early 1980s, we’re not likely to see the type of response from the Fed, vis-à-vis Volker raising interest rates to 20%. This week’s guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Simon Popple, who points out that central banks around the world have created tremendous amounts of currency with interest rates of 1 percent or less. Just raising the rates to 2 percent equates to a 100 percent increase in the cost of serving that debt. Listen in as your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Mr. Popple about inflation and its effects on the commodities markets.
Mr. Simon Popple is the author of the Brookville Capital Intelligence Report. Mr. Popple started a newsletter with MoneyWeek called Metals & Miners and when they were acquired, he set up Gold Speculator with Jim Rickards. During this time, he was a featured speaker at MoneyWeek and Mines & Money conferences. Mr. Popple has also done numerous interviews with IGTV on the gold market.
We’re in a hyperinflation. The Fed is overreacting. Supply is not increasing. The government’s economic policies are not aimed at increasing supplies. Instead, their goal is to tame inflation by destroying wealth, and thereby dampening demand. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is technical analyst, Dr. Robert McHugh. Your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Dr. McHugh about what the indicators are telling us and gets his forecast for the coming months. It’s an enlightening conversation you don’t want to miss.
Robert McHugh, Ph.D. is President and Chief Executive Officer of Main Line Investors, Inc., and the proprietor of the Technical Indicator Index. He has testified before the U.S. Congress on Federal Reserve matters and is the author of “The Coming Economic Ice Age, Five Critical Steps to Survive and Prosper”.
“We’re in a historic time in markets, we’re about to see events that few have anticipated.” Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is the brilliant market analyst, Michael Oliver. Your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Oliver about how the extraordinary increase in money supply is driving commodities to new highs, consumer inflation to levels we haven’t seen in 40 years, and a deep recession that’s likely to follow. Listen now; you don’t want to miss this conversation.
Michael Oliver has been studying markets for over four decades, but it was the 1987 stock market crash that became his “aha!” moment and converted him to what he calls “momentum structural analysis.” Mr. Oliver is the CEO of Momentum Structural Analysis LLC based in Greensboro, North Carolina. He is also the author of The New Libertarianism: Anarcho-Capitalism. Since 1992 Momentum Structural Analysis has provided unique technical research to the financial industry – banks, RIAs, hedge funds, and mutual funds – as well as to individual investors.
We’re in the danger zone. The magic number for the 10-year treasury yield that we can’t go beyond is probably a little bit lower than it was in 2018. We can’t go much beyond that without the economy just tanking. And we are really not that far from that. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Mr. John Rubino. He and your host, Dennis Tubergen, talk about the impact of the Russian invasion on Ukraine on already constrained supply chains, and what appears to be only “bad choices” left for the Fed and central banks around the world for controlling rapidly rising inflation.
John Rubino manages the financial website DollarCollapse.com. He is the co-author, with Gold Money’s James Turk, of The Money Bubble, and The Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit from It, and author of Clean Money: Picking Winners in the Green-Tech Boom. After earning a Finance MBA from New York University, he spent the 1980s on Wall Street, as a money market trader, equity analyst, and junk bond analyst. During the 1990s he was a featured columnist with TheStreet.com and a frequent contributor to Individual Investor, Online Investor, and Consumers Digest, among many other publications. He currently writes for CFA Magazine.
No matter what they say, the Federal Reserve is actually pleased to see consumer price inflation so high because it’s one way of deflating the debt. Chances of success are, however, doubtful, according to this week’s guest, Murray Gunn, as bond markets are already demanding higher interest rates. Join your host Dennis Tubbergen on today’s episode of Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio for an insightful discussion and Mr. Gunn’s forecast for the coming months.
Murray Gunn is Head of Global Research at Elliott Wave International. He worked as a fund manager in global bonds, currencies and stocks, including long posts at Standard Life Investments and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. He then joined HSBC Bank as Head of Technical Analysis. Murray is the author of Trading Regime Analysis (Wiley, 2009) and a contributor to Socionomic Studies of Society and Culture (Socionomics Institute Press, 2017). In April 2018, Murray took over the helm of The European Short-Term Update. You can also read his commentary in Global Market Perspective, Interest Rates Pro Services and Currency Pro Services, and on deflation.com.
Inflation is now running at three and a half times higher than the Fed’s target rate of 2 percent. The Fed is clearly worried about this, and now appears poised to announce a doubling of the tapering at next week’s FOMC meeting in an effort to get the table set for interest rate hikes and normalization. On this week’s Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio show your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with guest Michael Pento about the repercussions the Fed’s tapering action is likely to have on the markets. Listen in to hear Mr. Pento’s predictions for the markets in the coming year.
Michael Pento is the President and Founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies with more than 27 years of investment experience. He was the portfolio creator and consultant to Delta/Claymore’s commodity portfolios that raised more than $3 billion, distributed through Claymore/Guggenheim’s sales network. He produces the weekly podcast “The Mid-Week Reality Check” and is the author of the book “The Coming Bond Market Collapse.”