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Is the Pivot in Play? SchiffGold Friday Gold Wrap April 14, 2023

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With the CPI coming in slightly cooler than expected and producer prices unexpectedly falling, a lot of people think the Fed pivot is now in play and we will soon see an end to monetary tightening. In this episode of the Friday Gold Wrap podcast, host Mike Maharrey talks about the possibility of a pivot, market reaction, and most importantly, the possible ramifications.

TOPICS DISCUSSED

  • Mainstream ignorance and Keynsian claptrap
  • NY Fed president either ignorant or lying
  • An overview of March CPI
  • Has the Fed really beaten inflation?
  • The Fed’s nasty position
  • US budget deficit already over $1T

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SHOW NOTES

Gold Was Up Over 9% in the First Quarter

Getting the CPI Back to 2% is a Fantasy

TTM Net Interest Expense Exceeds Half a Trillion Dollars

Signs of Trouble in Commercial Real Estate

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