This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Arcadia Economics, David Lin, Palisades Gold Radio, and ITM Trading.
Jim Willie joins Arcadia Economics to discuss the upcoming BRICS meeting. Dr. Nomi Prins joins David Lin to talk about how rate hikes are over but 700 banks are at risk of failure. Chris Irons joins Palisades Gold Radio to discuss if China’s credit punch could spark the final meltdown. Lynette Zang on ITM Trading talks about the major pattern shift that happens before every currency reset.
Premiered Aug 17, 2023
With the BRICS meeting in South Africa now only a week away, today we check in with Dr. Jim Willie to get a preview of what he’s hearing and expecting in terms of some sort of currency or payment mechanism that has a link to #gold.
Jim shares what he’s learned about the BRICS development, the potential structure that the group might look to for such an initiative, and also explains how despite the progress they’ve made, that they’re likely to not be overly forthcoming with details at the meeting next week. Yet he explains the pressure that the development that the trend will place on the US treasury and gold markets, and how it’s just the latest blow to US dollar hegemony.
Jim also talks about the latest developments regarding the US debt-loads and treasury auctions, and why that’s continuing to drive participants out of the market. He describes the concerns he has about the fragility of the system, and some of the problems that are developing as the rest of the world is beginning to accept that the debt simply won’t be paid back.
Aug 17, 2023
Dr. Nomi Prins, best-selling author and geo-economist, discusses the Fed’s next moves, the risks facing the banking sector today, which areas of the economy are likely to grow or lag, and expectations for the BRICS summit next week.
*This video was recorded on August 16, 2023
Palisades Gold Radio
Aug 17, 2023
Tom welcomes firebrand Chris Irons back to the show to discuss the Fed and the overall status of the financial system.
Chris notes that inflation and the Fed are topics that the media tends to ignore. The two percent inflation target is an arbitrary figure, and it serves as a way for the Fed to steal from consumers without them realizing. Inflation is profoundly detrimental as it continuously lowers one’s purchasing power without them noticing. We should not be raising the debt ceiling as it does nothing to address our bad habits, and address our reckless behavior.
Chris also discusses the recent rating downgrade by Fitch, which signals a troublesome time ahead for U.S. sovereign debt. Government officials are voicing their complaints about the downgrade, but none of them seem to be thinking about fiscal responsibility.
Chris often notices when the signal for a market top or bottom appears, as the mainstream media offers contradicting headlines. Everyone believes the Fed will be successful in controlling inflation while they are oblivious to the potential deleveraging event. Hence, when the investment community aggressively sells off, he sees it as an opportunity to go all in on precious metals.
Turning his attention to China, he remains concerned about increasing tensions around Taiwan. He wonders how the US would respond, given their current financial state.
Lastly, he goes over the various misleading narratives surrounding Covid treatment that have now been debunked.
ITM TRADING, INC.
Aug 17, 2023
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