As the everything bubble grows, interest rates fall and faith in the US economy dwindles by the day, let’s preview what next year may bring…
Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen and Tim Picciott of The Liberty Advisor to break down the past decade and to give an insight into the future when it comes to the global monetary system and the markets.
While so-called “experts” claim that the 2010s were the first decade in history to not see a recession, the truth of the matter is that the whole decade WAS a recession papered over. With that in mind, we break down the last decade and talk about what we believe 2020 has in store for us as well as the 2020s in general. The good, the bad and the takeaway.
Where will gold, silver and cryptocurrency go in the 2020s? What about the cashless society? How long can the dollar possibly last? Will the Fed continue printing towards “prosperity?” Where will the Dow all time highs be? Who will be the next world reserve currency and how long until more major countries swap out of the US dollar?
All of these issues are analysed as the everything bubble grows, the interest rates fall and faith in the US economy dwindles by the day.
Stay tuned as we continue to cover these issues closely!