Peter Schiff appeared on Kitco News with David Lin to talk about the investment implications of the upcoming US elections.
Peter said he doesn’t feel good about the election and that he thinks Biden will likely win. He said the Democrats may even gain control of the Senate. So, what would a Biden win mean for the economy?
Peter Schiff appeared on RT Boom Bust along with Michele Schneider of MarketGauge to talk about market reaction to the stimulus stalemate, the impact of the upcoming election, and the prospects of the dollar.
The interview was recorded before President Trump tweeted the rug out from under the hope of a stimulus deal and cut off negotiations with the Democrats. At the time, Peter said it was certainly possible we could get another round of “so-called” stimulus, but none of it actually helps the underlying economy.
Peter Schiff recently appeared on RT’s Crosstalk and ended up in a debate with a Marxist.
The focus of the discussion was a “K-shaped” recovery where some people benefit economically, but we’re left with many permanently mired in an economic underclass. Peter said you can talk about a K, L, U or V-shaped recovery, but none of it really matters because when you boil it all down — there is no recovery. And the root of the problem? We’ve abandoned true capitalism and embraced socialism and central planning.
As the Federal Reserve meeting wrapped up last week, Peter Schiff appeared on RT Boom Bust. The interview covered a number of topics, including gold, oil prices, the Fed and the Snowflake IPO.
The discussion started with the rising prices of gold and silver. Peter said central bank policy is creating a very bullish environment for precious metals prices to continue to rise. Unfortunately, a lot of other prices will rise as well.
Last week, the Federal Reserve held its September FOMC meeting. Peter Schiff appeared on the Claman Countdown after the meeting ended, along with Natalie Securities Global Fixed Income Chief Andy Brenner. During the interview, they discussed inflation, the impact of Fed policy, the bubble economy and they even touched on modern monetary theory. Peter said ultimately the Fed isn’t helping. In fact, it’s the biggest enemy of economic growth.
Peter Schiff recently appeared on RT Boom Bust with Ben Swann to talk about safe-haven assets in the age of COVID-19. Peter made the case for gold, saying if you understand its role as money, you know you should always have some. He also debated Swann on the long-term value of bitcoin.
Adrian Day did an interview with Kitco News and said gold will finish the year over $2,000 an ounce and investors shouldn’t worry about short-term profit-taking and consolidation. Why? Because the Federal Reserve is out of control.
Day is the CEO of Adrian Day Asset Management and also works with Peter Schiff as the portfolio manager of EuroPacific’s gold fund.
As gold was closing in on its all-time record price last week, Peter Schiff appeared on the Claman Countdown and warned about the looming dollar crisis.
Claman set up the interview pointing out that Peter predicted this big move up in gold months ago and asked, “What’s your new prediction about the dollar?”
Jim Grant has long been skeptical of the mechanization of the Federal Reserve. He was warning about the distortions created in the markets and broader economy caused by the central bank’s monetary policy long before the monetary Hail Mary it threw up in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month, Grant wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal headlined, “Powell Has Become the Fed’s Dr. Feelgood,” and he recently appeared on Fox Business to talk more about how the Fed is further distorting an already distorted economy.
Peter Schiff recently did an interview with Johnny Bravo. They talked about the gold standard, inflation, the looming dollar crisis, presidential politics, and the foolishness of Modern monetary theory.
Johnny opened up the show declaring that governments will never allow a gold standard. They hate gold. He asked Peter, why?