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February 2018 Interviews




Peter Schiff
February 6, 2018 - Dollar & Economic Crisis Bigger Than 2008 - Money manager Peter Schiff says the wild swings in the market are because of massive central bank money printing and exploding debt. What in the heck is going on?  Schiff explains, “The real question is what was going on when the markets were going up?  That’s what made no sense.  The fact that they are coming back down to earth makes a lot more sense.  I think the catalyst for this move (in the stock market) is, ironically, the tax cuts we got because that put the bigger deficits in the spotlight.  Now, the deficits are going to go off the charts because we have to replace the lost tax revenue with more debt.” What about the economy improving under Trump? Schiff says, “Growth hasn’t really picked up, it’s actually slower.  This is all nonsense.  The economy is not improving.  Nothing is happening other than we are going into huge debt.  We got tax cuts, and we borrowed the money to pay for them.”
Peter Schiff Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 27:37


Craig Hemke
February 4 2018 - Gold & Silver Rebound on Sinking Dollar - Financial writer and precious metals expert Craig Hemke contends there is no mystery why the dollar is going down in value. Hemke explains, “You’ve got the Fed wanting a lower dollar.You’ve got the President of the United States wanting a lower dollar and, lo and behold, the dollar is going down.  It was a year ago, about this time, when the predominate story was “king dollar.”  The dollar was going to soar and all this kind of jazz.  Last year (2017), it looked like it was breaking out, and it got to 103 (on the USDX).  Instead, it fell by 10% and, so far this year, it’s already down about 3%, and here we are just in early February.  It’s not straight down.  It’s probably not going to plunge in 2018 as fast as it rose in 2014, but anyone can take a look at a chart and see it’s going down.  This has significant implications for this year and going into next year.  If it was disinflation on the way up, it will be inflation on the way down.”Hemke thinks commodities are undervalued and cheap relative to stocks, which just had the biggest one day sell-off in years. Hemke contends, “$15 trillion worth of QE has been applied, $15 trillion worth of currency created in the last 8 years. So, there are trillions and trillions of dollars that are sloshing around the planet, and when they all head in one direction, you get things like Bitcoin.  If all of this money starts to head into commodities due to a falling dollar and recognition of inflation, commodities are going up, as is crude, as is silver.  I think it would be wise of people to position themselves ahead of it. 
Craig Hemke Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 28:26