Everything gets slammed. Chart looking weak for the Dow and Russell, strong for silver. Bloom coming off the rose of economic recovery. Political tensions rise with death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. US government is the biggest threat to America, not terrorists or COVID. Fiscal stimulus requires monetary stimulus. The constitution
Rough ride for the indexes this week. Fed commits to 0% interest rates until 2023. Neel Kashkari thinks that’s not enough. Air is coming out of the retail sales bubble. Temporarily closed businesses close permanently. Markets ignoring dangerous warning signs. Trump stabs Republicans in the back. American energy companies are
Secretary of Treasury is really Secretary of Debt Fed doesn’t think Americans are in enough pain. Education and healthcare are too important for the government to be involved in. Biden pledges to nationalize corporate America. The road to serfdom is better than the road we’re on now. Episode Sponsor: ExpressVPN
Markets end week on a mixed note. Gold consolidating support above previous highs. Fed has come out of the closet. Alan Greenspan sounds more like Peter Schiff as he gets older. Government did more harm to Americans with the War on Terror than the terrorists did. Government doing more harm
NASDAQ has a full blown correction. TSLA is the poster child of the stock market craziness. Slack is not an investment. Air coming out of stock market bubble. Dave Portnoy is the poster child of day traders. Bitcoin’s support is weakening. Invest like me: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE AND REVIEW the Peter
The biggest bubble may have popped without a pin. Charts show bad omen for the NASDAQ. The biggest bubble ever won’t die easily. Strength in gold stocks improving. Tesla (TSLA) sells off. Treasury market killed. China commits to dumping US treasuries. Bond market’s bottom ready to drop. Bitcoin may never
While most people generally understand that the stock market and the economy do not move in lock step, there is still an underlying belief that a strong market reflects a strong economy. But according to that logic, our current economy must be historically strong. If this strikes you as strange,
S&P has its best August since 1986. APPL and TSLA continue soaring after splits. TSLA rains on its own parade. Zoom zooms. Loot this book. George Floyd died of a drug overdose. McDonald’s sued for treating black owners equal to white owners. Rampant wave of race-based lawsuits on the way.
Fed changes the rules for inflation target calculations. Markets react to Powell’s announcement. Prices go up when people aren’t working. Majority of middle class will be impoverished Into lower class. Gold’s resistance has become support. What Trump Steaks may teach us about the Trump Economy. Invest like me: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE
Peter Schiff is an economist, financial broker/dealer, author, frequent guest on national news, and host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast.