Last week, Peter Schiff appeared on The Claman Countdown on Fox Business along with Mark Matson, founder and CEO of Matson Money, to talk about where to invest with this overpriced stock market.
Peter said the big danger is inflation and it will decimate a lot of portfolios.
Peter Schiff delivered a key-note speech at the Virtual Investor Day Conference. He walked through the history of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy over the last several decades and explained the inevitable outcome. Peter’s recap of Fed history leads you to an undeniable conclusion: the Federal Reserve has never been right. And it has set us up for an even bigger crisis.
Peter Schiff recently did a presentation at the Endeavour Silver Town Hall Webinar. He talked about the state of the economy, the US dollar, and gold and silver. Peter said he thinks we’re about to see a gold bull market rivaling the 1970s because the world is going to reject the dollar standard and go back to a gold standard.
Peter Schiff recently spoke at the “virtual” Los Vegas Money Show and explained why we are near the endgame for the dollar.
Peter opened up his talk speculating that the Money Show could be close to the end of its run.
I think the money that most people have, or at least what they think is money isn’t going to be money much longer.”
Gold pushed above its all-time record price last week. Where does it go from here? Peter Schiff and Jim Rickards appeared on Kitco News to talk about gold’s trajectory and the possibility of $15,000 gold in the future.
Peter opened up the interview saying he’s surprised it took gold this long to break its record.
A lot has happened in the last decade. We’ve certainly printed a lot of money.”
Known as “Pomp,” Pompliano is co-founder and partner at Morgan Creek Digital, “a multi-strategy investment firm focused on providing access to blockchain technology and digital assets.”
At the time of the recording, gold had just broken its all-time record.
If history is any guide, we could be heading toward $4,000 gold. This according to analysis by US Global CEO Frank Holmes.
In a speech at the Cambridge House Vancouver Resource Investment Conference back on Jan. 19, 2020, Peter Schiff said it was “game over” for the Federal Reserve. It’s interesting to look back at his remarks in context with what’s going on over at the central bank today. If it was game over then, where are we now?
With the economic chaos created by coronavirus economic shutdowns and the Federal Reserve creating trillions of dollars out of thin air, there is suddenly a lot of interest in buying gold, both as a safe haven and an inflation hedge.
But what is the best way to invest in the yellow metal? Should you buy physical gold? Gold ETFs? Gold stocks? What’s the difference? Are there advantages or disadvantages to each of these options?
Silver hasn’t been this cheap compared to gold in 5,000 years of human history. What is the silver-gold ratio telling us? Is silver about to shine?