Precious metals took a bit of a breather this week while the Fed took a 180 on interest rates. Let the bubble reflation resume along with corporate buybacks. How much can a corporation borrow to push stock market prices higher?
We look at a great article by Author Charles Hugh Smith “We’re Overdue for a Sell-Everything/No-Fed-Rescue Recession” in which a discussion of the forthcoming recession. He believes the next recession will not be a repeat of the last few which were short term crisis’. The one to come is going to be about correcting structural imbalances. Governments will not let up on the “things are great” narrative and we look at signs things are much more dire for those willing to look. The biggest example are the debts.
Jim Cook interviewed Ted Butler who is one of the world’s foremost experts on the silver market. Asked if he is expecting fireworks in the market he says absolutely. He sets his expectations on facts and doesn’t necessarily stake much emphasis on timing.