This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Steven Van Metre, The Atlantis Report, Michael Cowan, and Liberty and Finance.
Steven Van Metre talks about the worst-case scenario that is about to strike the US economy. The Atlantis Report shares news of of the Dollar being in big trouble as China sells over $20 billion in US treasuries. Michael Cowan says the crack up boom just started with the beginning of mass layoffs and the US Dollar tumbling. John Rubino joins Liberty and Finance to discuss Fed being close to going into a full panic mode.
Steven Van Metre
Nov 3, 2023
The Worst-Case Scenario is About to Strike the U.S. Economy
The Atlantis Report
Nov 3, 2023
In recent years, there has been a notable trend among foreign countries, particularly China and Japan, to reduce their holdings of United States treasuries. This development has raised important questions and concerns about the implications for the United States economy. China and Japan have long been the largest foreign holders of United States debt, with substantial investments in US treasuries. However, their strategies have diverged in recent years. While both countries have been actively reducing their holdings, China’s actions have accelerated, leading to a considerable decline in its United States debt holdings.
Streamed live Nov 3, 2023
The Crack Up Boom Just Started: Mass Layoffs Begin & USD Tumbles
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Nov 3, 2023
Even though the Fed has paused, rate hikes often cause lagged effects on the economy. Continued stress in the financial system is likely, and John Rubino (https://rubino.substack.com) says the mainstream investor could be devastated. He sheds light on risks that most investors, even those in the precious metals space, often overlook.
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