The cost of renouncing your US Citizenship has gone parabolic…
In this MUST WATCH Bloomberg interview, Peter Schiff warns that China is poised to follow in the footsteps of the Swiss National Bank, and ditch the dollar peg- resulting in the Yuan soaring and a collapse of the dollar.
Schiff warns the fallout will be a 10 on the economic Richter scale, and will occur prior to the end of 2015, when the Fed announces QE4- “which will be bigger than QE1, 2, & 3 COMBINED”
Schiff’s full MUST WATCH interview is below:
In this interview from the Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, Peter Schiff gives his thoughts on the coming crash of the dollar and what it may mean for both Americans and Canadians.
Schiff, one of the sole market forecasters to predict the market crash in 2008 states that:
THE REAL CRASH IS YET TO COME!
“In the past, when you could get 6 or 7 percent interest on a CD, and inflation was 2 or 3 percent, you were still ahead of the game. But now you get a half a percent on your CD and inflation is 2, 3, 4, 5, whatever it actually is – you’re losing. You can’t win. And so as more people wake up to this reality, the demand for gold is just going to explode worldwide. And the price of gold is going to go through the roof.” -Peter Schiff
Money manager Peter Schiff has a read on gold short sellers. Schiff says, “Of course the short sellers never had the gold to begin with! They’re selling gold they don’t have, and I think the shorts are getting a little bit nervous, but they are going to get a lot more nervous as we turn up the heat here. Gold is now above $1,300 (per ounce).
I think it’s going to be above $1,400 before they start to panic a little bit, and I think that’s great.” Schiff goes on to say, “I like the fact the market is moving up and nobody is buying it, nobody is paying attention to it. If they are, they are dismissing it. People think this is a head fake or a dead cat bounce. Instead, it’s the resumption of the (gold) bull market.”
On gold mining stocks, Schiff proclaims, “The valuations are phenomenal in the mining sector because everybody assumed that the price of gold was going to keep falling, and those false assumptions were built into these share prices.
Peter Schiff’s full thoughts on the coming tsunami of inflation, and the resumption of the gold (& silver) bull markets is below:
Peter Schiff gives CNBC a bit more than they bargained for in this interview in which CNB
CS leads off with What is Wrong With Gold?
Schiff tells CNBC viewers:
As soon as most Wall St traders come to terms with how wrong they are about the true state of the US economy and what the Fed is going to do, they will be rushing back to gold…Imagine what would happen if the Fed tried to sell the $4 trillion in mortgage bonds it holds? We are headed right back into recession!…The Fed is going to come back with an EVEN BIGGER QE!
At some point, gold is going to go straight up, it will make a moonshot. By the time the crowd figures it out, its going to be very expensive to buy gold!
Peter Schiff’s full MUST WATCH interview on QE, taper, bank collapse, and gold is below:
In this month’s Sprott Money Ask the Expert, Peter Schiff discusses Bitcoin’s monumental 2013 (& why he would recommend avoiding the cryptocurrency), Janet Yellen (who Schiff labels as Bernanke on steroids), and his 2014 outlook for gold and silver.
Are the metals ready for a long overdue rally?
Schiff’s full interview is below:
After skyrocketing nearly 10 fold to $1,000 in under a year, Bitcoin is all the hype and rage as speculators join those convinced in the fundamentals, but is it a viable alternative to gold and silver for preserving one’s wealth, or is the e-currency a shooting star that will burn out and scorch investors?
Peter Schiff debates Stefan Molyneux on Bitcoin vs. gold- what is the future of money?
Peter Schiff joined our friend Sean from the SGTReport over the weekend to discuss the Federal Reserve, the impending collapse of the United States, and all things Obamacare.
As for the Fed’s recent announcement that QE will continue unabated Peter says, “The Fed will keep blowing air into the bubble until it bursts and the only thing that will stop them is a currency crisis… The Fed has to maintain the illusion and the only way to do that is with the drug of QE.”
On Obamacare and government entitlements Peter says, “We once had a great free market economy that was the envy of the world. People were coming here from all over the world to participate in FREEDOM. We had limited government and maximum prosperity. Even though we had no government benefits at all, the poor people from all over the world wanted to come here. Why did so many poor people want to come to a country with no welfare benefits, no medicare and no food stamps? Because they knew that the best way to get out of poverty was the OPPORTUNITY to work in a FREE MARKET… We had a great country and we screwed it up.”
Peter Schiff joins BNN’s The Street to discuss the Fed’s monetary policy ahead of this week’s October FOMC meeting, and the fact that the taper discussion is irrelevant- the Fed will be forced to do the opposite, and announce MOAR QE!
Schiff, one of the few economists to correctly state the Fed would continue with $85 billion a month in asset purchases ahead of the September FOMC in which a taper announcement was nearly universally expected, is forced to repeat himself over and over again as the BNN hosts simply are unable to fathom the reality of the US economic condition.
Schiff’s Must watch interview on QE ahead of this week’s FOMC statement is below:
In this interview on talking numbers, Peter Schiff dissects gold’s next move (up), and why the gold surge is just starting.
Schiff’s full thoughts on where gold goes from here is below:
In this MUST WATCH expose, Peter Schiff exposes the lie being perpetuated by the MSM that Janet Yellen is an excellent economist who correctly forecast the 2008 market crisis.
Far from issuing any warnings about the housing bubble run-up in 2006-2007, Schiff examines her past speeches to expose the fact that the MSM storyline on Janet Yellen is a complete fabrication.
In reality Old Yeller is more likely to press the accelerator into the biggest bubble in history than recognize the jake brake should be applied.
Money manager Peter Schiff thinks the nomination of Janet Yellen as Fed Chairman is “very bullish for gold.”
Yellen has admitted she did not see the 2008 financial meltdown coming which was caused by an enormous housing bubble. Schiff goes on to say, “Not only was she not warning about the housing bubble, she was trying to quiet some of the concerns other people had. She was saying, ‘hey some people are worried,’ but really we shouldn’t worry.” When it comes to raising the so-called debt ceiling, Schiff contends, “A limit to the growth of government is bad for gold. What’s good for gold is raising the debt ceiling . . . more borrowing, more money printing. . . . We’ll borrow as much money as the world is dumb enough to lend us. It’s really the lending ceiling.” All the borrowing and money printing is destroying the buying power of the U.S. dollar. Schiff predicts, “Americans’ standard of living is going to move dramatically lower. . . . We’re not going to be buying a lot of new things because stuff is going to be very expensive.” Schiff contends, “This is just a question of time until the illusion is pierced. When the collapse happens, that’s it–the party’s over. America is going to have to live within its means.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Peter Schiff.
James Bullard successfully sells markets on an Oct. taper. When will traders learn that it’s not what Fed officials say that matters, but what they actually do? It reminds me of Lucy holding the football for Charlie Brown. No matter how many times she assures him that she will hold the ball in place, she always yanks it away just before his foot makes contact. Yet Charlie Brown falls for it every time.
Money manager Peter Schiff claims the real U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is closer to “$13 trillion” than the official government number of “$16.6 trillion.”
That is a discrepancy of $3.6 trillion! Schiff explains, “The government keeps telling us the economy is getting bigger, but millions of Americans are leaving the workforce. We’ve got record numbers of people on food stamps . . . and part-time jobs are replacing full-time jobs. How is that consistent with a growing economy? It’s not.” Schiff goes on to say, “It just makes perfect sense to me the economy is shrinking, yet the government is using phony numbers to try to convince us a shrinking economy is growing.” So, how does a shrinking economy pay off an enormous growing debt? Schiff contends, “So, when interest rates go up because the world realizes we have too much debt relative to the size of our economy, consumers can’t spend anymore, and now the economy collapses in size and the debt balloons . . .