Tuesday , 5 July 2022

Economic Overviews

Deepest Downturn Since the Great Depression Is Coming (+2K Views)

This isn't the time to listen to those leading politicians, economists and pundits who say we're not in a bubble and we're finally seeing a sustainable recovery. We're not. Central banks can't keep this bubble going forever... [Instead,] you need to prepare for another across-the-board bubble burst and the deepest downturn since the Great Depression, with deflation, not inflation, and this time, in spite of what others such as Jeff Clark might tell you, Gold will not be your defense, it will be your downfall. Here's why.

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These New Risks Likely to Disrupt Global Economic Activity

Every year the World Economic Forum surveys 900 global experts as to the global risks that could most likely disrupt global economic activity. Over the course of the last year risks such as state collapse or crisis, interstate conflict, terrorist attacks, and weapons of mass destruction have all soared.

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Should We Fear a Fed Interest Rate Hike At This Point?

The Federal Reserve lifts interest rates to slow economic growth and quell inflationary pressures. Currently, though, there's little evidence of inflationary pressures outside of financial asset prices, and economic growth is weak to say the least, so should we fear a Fed rate hike at this point? This article has the answer. Invest accordingly.

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