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POSTED ON July 7, 2020  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

Peter Schiff has called the Federal Reserve’s response to the economic “a monetary hail mary.” The central bank has printed trillions of dollars out of thin air through QE infinity, taking the Great Recession quantitative easing programs and putting them on steroids. And the Fed has gone beyond the “standard” extraordinary policy of the 2008 crisis, plunging its hands into the corporate bond market.

Peter has argued that none of this is actually helping the economy. In fact, it’s hurting, furthering distorting an already over-leveraged economy.

POSTED ON July 3, 2020  - POSTED IN Friday Gold Wrap

Gold just finished Q2 at its highest level in over 8 years, wrapping up its best quarter since 2016. The Fed monetary policy in response to the coronavirus pandemic has put a strong tailwind behind gold. But as host Mike Maharrey details in this week’s Friday Gold Wrap podcast, gold has been on a bull run for quite some time – long before COVID-19 reared its ugly head. Why? And what might this tell us about what’s ahead?

POSTED ON July 2, 2020  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

Gold just had its best quarter since 2016 and finished at its highest level in over eight years. But Q2 2020 wasn’t an anomaly. Gold has charted gains for seven consecutive quarters.

That represents the longest quarterly run of gains for the yellow metal since the 2008 financial crisis.

POSTED ON July 1, 2020  - POSTED IN Peter's Podcast

Q2 was one heck of a quarter for US stock markets. But in his podcast, Peter Schiff called it a “phony rally.” The real bull run to watch is gold.

The Dow Jones just wrapped up its best quarter since 1987. The S&P 500, finished out its best three-month run since 1998 during the dot-com bubble. But as Peter pointed out, you have to put the big gains in perspective. Stocks were coming off an abysmal first quarter, and other than the NASDAQ, the major indexes remain negative on the year.

POSTED ON June 24, 2020  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

Peter Schiff has called it a “monetary Hail Mary,” but virtually nobody in the mainstream questions the wisdom of the Federal Reserve unprecedented response to the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

And it truly is unprecedented. It’s not just zero percent interest rates and QE infinity. The Fed is buying everything but the kitchen sink. It’s now even become a player in the corporate bond market.

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