Tag Archives: Chris Martenson

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    Off The Cuff: It’s A Mad, Mad, Neo-Con World

    Current policy is making the US more isolated
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, September 18, 2017, 10:36 PM


    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris discusses:

    • It's A Mad, Mad, Neo-Con World
      • US foreign policy is becoming increasingly reckless
    • The Beginning Of The End For The Petrodollar?
      • China is challenging the dominance of the dollar
    • Gold: The Oppressed
      • Perhaps the most suppressed asset in modern history?
    • Upcoming PP events
      • Come join us in New Orleans and/or Munich

    Chris flies solo again this week to make sense of the many geo-political risks popping up as the long-time axis of global stability becomes more and more wobbily and destabilized. There is much in US policy that appears increasingly reckless, pitting America increasingly against the world's other major powers.

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    Last Chance To Register For The Dangerous Markets Webinar

    The webinar takes place this Wed @ noon EST
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, September 11, 2017, 9:26 PM


    If you have not yet registered for the Dangerous Markets webinar, which will take place at noon EST this Wednesday Sep 13th, time is quickly running out.

    Chris and I are extremely excited for this one, as the featured presenters — Grant Williams and Lance Roberts — are two of our favorite market analysts. Both have done truly excellent work recently in identifying the key indicators to track as the current Mother Of All Financial Bubbles tops out and prepares to burst. This will be a very data-rich discussion (in other words, you chart geeks are going to be in heaven).

    The price to participate in this webinar is $25, unless you are an enrolled member of PeakProsperity.com (i.e. paying subscriber with access to our 'Insider' content). In that case, it's FREE

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    Off The Cuff: The Path Forward

    Deep down, we know what to do. Chris goes solo again.
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, August 11, 2017, 6:14 PM


    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris talks about:

    • Our Ecological Budget Is In The Red
      • Our short-sightedness is dooming us
    • Our Economic Budget Is In Similar Danger
      • Again, we are living way above our means
    • Politically, We're Stumbling Badly, Too
      • North Korea, Russia, Syria, domestically…the list is long
    • We Can Do Better
      • There are plenty of better models out there, if we look for them

    Recording from vacation on a small island in Maine with no power, this is different than our standard Off The Cuff. Chris takes time to reflect on the repercussions of our poor policy choices and how those are manifesting in the world. What makes our mistakes so regrettable in his eyes is that there are clear ways to do things better — we don't need new magical solutions to appear; there are models that work right on the table, ready for use; if only we're bold enough to embrace change.

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    Off The Cuff: No More Financial Crises “In Our Lifetime”

    Did Janet Yellen really just say that???
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, June 30, 2017, 6:04 PM


    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris discusses:

    • Market Jitters
      • What will happen if the central banks turn off the money?
    • No More Financial Crises "In Our Lifetime"
      • Did Janet Yellen really just say that???
    • Our States Are Falling Into Bankruptcy…
      • Illinois, Connecticut, Maine & more
    • While The Banks Get Even Fatter
      • Income from excess reserves to rise to $50 Trillion by 2019

    This week, Chris takes a moment to share his thoughts in depth on where we are in the global debt saga. The overhang is getting worse, growth is not riding to the rescue as hoped, and the central banks are running out of both smoke and mirrors to keep the game continuing. Should the $200 billion monthly bonanza of central bank liquidity start decreasing — as is now being increasingly discussed — expect markets to go south quickly.

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    More On ‘Being’ (Free Webinar)

    Monday May 22 @ 4pm ET/1pm PT
    by Adam Taggart

    Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 1:48 AM


    On this coming Monday, May 22 at 4pm EST, Chris and Becca will hop online to expound on key practices that can help each of us navigate how we want to "be" in the arriving future. And they'll leave ample time for live audience Q&A.

    If the time of the webinar is inconvenient for you, don't worry. Everyone who registers for it will receive a link to an archive video of the webinar, which you can replay to your hearts content.

    If this of interest to you, register now for this free webinar.

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  • Blog

    The End Of Money

    Our first live event on our new webinar platform
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 7:27 PM


    Today's lofty asset prices are dependent on one thing far beyond all else: continued massive amounts of liquidity injected each and every month by the world's central banks.

    Over $12 trillion in "thin air" money has been printed up by the world's central banks since the start of the Great Recession. And so far in 2017, a fresh $200 billion is added to the pile each month(!)

    This makes the future price trajectory for stocks, bonds, real estate and nearly every other asset class more dependent on central bank policy than at any time in history. Investors need to ask: What are the central banks most likely to do next, and what will the repercussions be?

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    Chris and Becca Martenson: The Magic Of Rowe

    So what exactly happens at Peak Prosperity's annual seminar?
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 9:43 PM


    The Peak Prosperity annual seminar is just a little over a month away now.

    It will be held from April 6-9th, at its traditional location, the bucolic Rowe Conference Center in Rowe, Massachusetts. More information regarding the seminar and how to register can be found by clicking here.

    So what exactly happens at these seminars?

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    Boomers vs Millennials

    Society is pitting their interests increasingly at odds
    by Adam Taggart

    Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 5:38 PM


    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and Becca Martenson discuss:

    • Boomers Have Everything To Lose
      • They cling to status quo to deliver promises made in the past
    • Millennials See Nothing To Gain
      • The future they're being asked to inherit appears bereft of value
    • Bridging The Generation Gap
      • How to replace strife with support
    • The Importance Of Mentoring
      • An age-old model need perhaps more now than ever
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    Why I’m Now Short The US Equity Markets

    After 7 long years of waiting...
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 4:55 AM


    In the interests of full disclosure and of keeping you abreast of my personal investment actions, I entered a short position on Friday for the first time since 2009. Yes, it’s been seven years.

    The equity markets have been all but bulletproof for 6 years, but I think that phase has ended and we’re in for a rough ride from here on out.  At least until stocks fall far enough for the central banks to have another go at attempting to print up prosperity.

    First, I think that the stock rally of late is overdone and there’s more downside to come.  I have a whole host of supporting reasons based on credit markets and global trade, but we’ll get…

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