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    Bill Fleckenstein: Hold Tight To Your Gold

    Why it's going to go "one hell of a lot" higher
    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, April 21, 2013, 4:35 PM

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    The bond market is an accident waiting to happen.
     

    When the bond market finally does crack, it is going to be one epic nightmare that is going to make 2008 and 2009 seem like a picnic. It will be a different kind of a crisis; but it will be an enormous crisis. These people that are bullish about stocks and bonds and the bond market, they do not understand anything.

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    Bill Fleckenstein: The Race To the Bottom Will Be Won By the Dollar

    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 2:06 AM

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    “This printing money is going to lead to huge trouble. It’s going to lead to higher interest rates. It’s going to lead to more inflation, and at some point there is going to be a train wreck in the currency and the bond market.”

    Market commentator and money manager Bill Fleckenstein sat down for a recent interview with ChrisMartenson.com and excoriated the Fed and the monetary policy it’s pursuing. He and Chris discuss the factors that enabled Bill to be one of the first to accurately identify and warn of the housing and credit bubbles – and how history is now repeating itself via the profligate printing of US dollars. The interview covers a wide range of topics meaningful to the investor trying to make sense of where things are headed from here – including central banking culture, bubble psychology, high-frequency trading, inflation/deflation, and the true relative value of the dollar vs the Euro.

    Click the play button below to listen to Chris’ interview with Bill Fleckenstein:

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    In this podcast, Bill sheds light on why: 

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