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February 2020 Interviews

David Morgan
February 11, 2020 - Silver Most Undervalued Metal Out There - Precious metals expert and financial writer David Morgan says silver is still 65% off its all-time high and is a much better value than gold. Morgan points out, “Relative to all asset classes, I can’t think of one that is more undervalued than silver. If you look at every asset in the metals world, meaning base metals . . . anything to do with the periodic chart, every one of them has obtained a higher price level than it was in 1980 except silver.” The biggest problem out there is the virus chaos going on in China that is nowhere near solved and getting worse by the day. Morgan says, “Sooner or later, the reality is going to hit the stock market. I don’t care how much funny money they use to pump it up. When you don’t get goods on the dock that you can distribute, something has got to give. This is taking place as we speak. It will only, in my view, get worse. Nobody really knows the impact at this time exactly, but we know the trend, and the trend is exponential. One person can infect two, two goes to four, four goes to eight, eight goes to 16 and it’s exponential. This means until this thing burns itself out one way or another, we’ve probably got worse days than better days for a while.”
David Morgan Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time : 32:28

Craig Hemke
February 5, 2020 - The Fed is Monetizing the Debt - A year ago, financial writer and precious metals expert Craig Hemke predicted the Fed would be forced to return to money printing. He was right. Hemke also predicted this would be bullish for gold and silver prices. He was right again. Now, Hemke says, unlike the other times, this time, the Fed will not be able to stop the money printing. Hemke explains, “You’ve got to keep printing cash to service all this accumulated trillions and trillions of dollars of debt. You can’t grow your way out of it. You have to print your way out of it. They can’t let the stock market go down. I think it’s a $20 trillion total market cap. If it went down by 25%, it would be $15 trillion. That would be $5 trillion that would just go poof, and now, your liquidity crisis is that much worse. . . . They can’t afford to let it go down because it will exacerbate the liquidity crisis.”
Craig Hemke Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 29:51

Catherine Austin Fitts
February 1, 2020 - Invest in Gold Because Inflation is Here - Investment advisor and former Assistant Secretary of Housing Catherine Austin Fitts says she is less worried about the coronavirus and more worried about what happens to China’s economy. Fitts explains, “Whatever is going on, it is going to slow down the Chinese economy. If China slows down a lot, it is going to put them in a dollar bear trap. The thing that kept the global economy going after the bailouts were the Chinese, and the Chinese did that by levering. A lot of that debt is dollar based. So, now if their income shrinks, especially after the trade war with the U.S. administration, they are going to be in a dollar trap. That means it’s (dollar) going to be stronger than if this would not have happened.”  In short, China will need dollars to pay debt, supporting the dollar. Fitts goes on to say, “From everything I have heard so far . . . the virus is not my concern for the Western world. My concern is the vaccine. So, I am extremely concerned about Nano technology and vaccine injury. The process to push for vaccine mandates has been very extreme. . . . Why are we seeing such a heavy push for heavy schedules of vaccines and mandates for vaccines, which is in violation of the Nuremberg code and the U.S. Constitution?”
Catherine Austin Fitts Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube/USAWatchdog
Video run-time: 52:12