Liberty and Finance
Premiered May 11, 2023
Former Wall Street analyst John Rubino (https://rubino.substack.com) says credit is going to be tight even if the Fed stops rate hikes. “We’re still going to pay the price for higher interest rates for at least another year, and that’s going to break a lot of things.” In the financial world and in other areas, official voices have failed us. The “experts” have been wrong, especially in the last few years. “We want to be self-sufficient in as many ways as possible,” he says.
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