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Video and Audio Interviews That Matter.

Bullion Strategies has selected important video and audio interviews that cover current global macro-economic events from a varied number of experts in the field. Please be aware that the opinions expressed may vary greatly from those expressed in mainstream media but are well researched and expressed by qualified professionals. 

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July 2018 Interviews




Greg Mannarino
July 8, 2018 - Massive Sell-off Potential Here - Trader/analyst Gregory Mannarino says the world is on the edge of big financial trouble, and he lays the blame at the feet of central bankers. Mannarino explains, “We have proof positive that the Federal Reserve and other central banks have, yet again, gotten it wrong. How many times have you heard me say the Fed will get it wrong–again? Well, they have gotten it wrong, and the proof is everything is going in the opposite direction they said it would go.” Mannarino says the Fed and other central bankers have “created enormous distortions in the financial markets.” Mannarino contends, “This environment we are in is not sustainable. All of these trade deficits and trade wars that are developing right now, all of them should have been addressed a long time ago. It’s too late, it’s too late for anything. Right now, we’ve got nothing. We have unbacked liabilities being distributed by bankrupt governments around the world. That’s what we have.They are forcing people to put their cash into an inflated stock market. It’s like a bomb that is waiting to go off.”

Greg Mannarino Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 36:04


Michael Pento
July 4, 2018 - Most Dangerous Market Ever - Money manager Michael Pento is sounding the alarm because we are getting very close to something called a “yield curve inversion.” Pento explains, “Why do I care if the yield curve inverts? Because 9 out of the last 10 times the yield curve inverted, we had a recession. The spread with the yield curve is the narrowest it has been since outside of the start of the Great Recession that commenced in December of 2007. The last two times the yield curve inverted, we had a stock market drop of 50%. The market dropped, and the S&P 500 lost 50% of its value.” Can we keep partying in the markets like it’s 1999 or is there an expiration date for the good times? Pento says, “Well, I have put a check on the calendar for October because of the fact the rate of quantitative easing goes to $15 billion per year, because the trade war will reach a crescendo, then because I believe, unfortunately because I am conservative, the Republicans lose the House of Representatives, because the Chinese credit boom will be in full reverse by October. It is a confluence of events coming in October; we’ve already entered into the beginnings of a bear market around the world. The top 22 banks in the world are in a bear market. There are many, many examples of banks around the world that are in a bear market. You have a bear market in Chinese shares. 20% of the S&P 500 is in a bear market. This is an incipient bear market that is already beginning. I believe it manifests clearly to even the people on CNBC by October.”
Michael Pento Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 32:02


Rob Kirby
July 1, 2018 -  Pro-Dollar Forces vs. Anti-Dollar Forces - Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says there is a lot you are not seeing with all the bad news coming from Deutsche Bank (DB). You’ve seen DB stock hit all-time lows, the Fed downgrading them and flunking the bank on a recent stress test. Rob Kirby says it’s much worse than you think and explains, “Basically, it is the German regulator telling DB you are going to get out of this pool, then the Americans realizing how hostile the Germans have become to the criminal activity of the U.S. monetary complex. They basically said you are getting out of our pool?  Well, we’re going to waterboard you first, and we’re going to bring public shame upon you.” Is Kirby worried about DB going under? Kirby says, “I think Deutsche Bank could go under. It might very well deserve to go under, but will they be permitted to go under? In my view, there is no doubt what-so-ever that Morgan Stanley was insolvent in the 2008 and 2009 time frame. Their stock was at $5, and it looked like it was going to $0. They pulled out the stops and papered over the shortcomings at Morgan Stanley.” Kirby thinks European central bankers will do the same for DB. Kirby goes on to say, “What we are really seeing here is a trade war that has been going on for quite some time. This is a frictional description I am giving characterizing the regulatory relationship between American regulatory interests and German regulatory interests.”
Rob Kirby Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 38:32