This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Stanberry Research, John Williams, Steven Van Metre, The Atlantis Report, and Liberty and Finance.
Daniela Cambone talks with Willem Middelkoop on Stansberry Research about a financial war world 3 and how we’ll wonder what went wrong in 5-10 years. John Williams talks Lynette Zang from ITM Trading about preparing for a financial war world 3. Steven Van Metre mentions shocking new data showing the imminent collapse of a major country. The Atlantis Report shares news of JP Morgan sounding the alarm. Bob Moriarty joins Liberty and Finance to discuss why inflation is about to explode and the hyperinflation endgame.
Sep 22, 2023
“They really try to bring the economy to a halt to bring the inflation down, and then we’ll get a next wave of inflation. I am afraid for that,” says Willem Middelkoop, founder of the Commodity Discovery Fund and bestselling author of The Big Reset: War on Gold and the Financial Endgame. He predicts that the next wave of inflation will hit the U.S. in 2024 to 2025. Given the development that BRICS are pursuing global energy dominance, Willem argues that we’re in a “financial World War III.” He also points out that Saudi Arabia has turned itself into an adversary with the U.S. after it started selling Treasuries en masse over the last few years. Willem concludes by warning that the BRICS are working on a “parallel trading system” that will exclude the U.S. from international trade.
Sep 22, 2023
Prepare For Financial World War 3 | Featuring Lynette Zang @itmtrading
Steven Van Metre
Sep 22, 2023
Shocking New Data Shows a Major Country is Facing an Imminent Collapse
The Atlantis Report
Sep 22, 2023
In a financial world that often seems unshakable, a recent development of JP Morgan has caused quite a stir in the banking world. The highly reputed financial institution has sounded an alarm, advising people to consider pulling their money out of banks. As one of the giants in the world of finance, Their warning note raises questions about the stability of the banking sector and prompts a closer examination of the factors that have led to this call for action which have created a climate of uncertainty.
The US banking sector has been going through major changes over the past two decades. The number of banks has nearly halved while large financial institutions have become the majority share of the banking industry. Much of the headlines in September 2023 is on the CEO of the biggest bank in America with $3.3 trillion in assets, Jamie Dimon. He warned that the booming environment cannot last forever and the United States government has been spending money like drunken sailors around the world and the crisis will be felt for years to come. In another recent interview he added commercial real estate loans will pose a threat to banks. Speaking during the bank’s investor conference, Dimon said that “the off-sides in this case will be real estate and predicts credit card losses will increase to 7% which is eerily similar to the 2008 financial crisis,” and this also caused the failure of Silicon Valley Bank. Which Clearly indicates there’s something fishy or in Dimon’s own words “Crisis is hiding in plain sight”.
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Sep 22, 2023
“We’re on the verge of total chaos,” says marine, naval aviator, and financial author Bob Moriarty. Inflation is not over, he says. The oil price is rising and he thinks it could hit $200 a barrel. “I think everybody’s going to recognize soon that we’re going to have hyperinflation.”
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