Tag Archives: News

  • Blog

    Bond Market Troubles Will Take Away The Fed’s Printing Press

    And it will happen this year, predicts money manager Bill Fleckenstein
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, April 16, 2021, 9:44 AM


    Those cheering today’s sky-high asset prices say they don’t worry because “the Fed has the market’s back”

    And they haven’t been wrong to-date. There’s no doubt that the Fed’s $trillions in monetary stimulus has pushed the prices of stocks, bonds, real estate and nearly every other asset class to all-time highs.

    But the Fed’s ability to print money with impunity may not last forever. In fact, veteran money manager Bill Fleckenstein warns it could end this year.

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  • Blog

    We’re In Uncharted Territory

    Financial crisis expert Bethany McLean warns of today's precarious level of risk
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, April 9, 2021, 9:57 AM


    Investigative journalist Bethany McLean is an expert on crisis.

    She has written New York Times best-selling books on the collapse of Enron (The Smartest Guys In The Room) as well as the mortgage industry and Wall Street abuses that led to the 2008 Great Financial Crisis (All The Devils Are Here and Shaky Ground).

    So when she says she’s deeply worried about today’s macro environment, we’d better take notice.

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  • Blog

    “This Looks Like The Market Peak”

    So declares macro analyst Wolf Richter
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, April 2, 2021, 12:07 PM


    Stocks, houses, commodities, Bitcoin – the price of nearly everything is up double digits vs last years pre-coronavirus highs.

    Have the trillions in stimulus ushered in a new bull market in, well, everything? Or have they helped blow the biggest asset price bubble in history?

    Macro analyst Wolf Richter suspects the latter. And he doesn’t think we have much time left before it bursts.

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  • Podcast

    Surviving Burnout

    Effective strategies from the psychologist who published 'The Burnout Fix'
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 4:52 PM


    Burnout often results when the demands of our work and/or our lives become mismatched to our capacities as human beings.

    As many of us are working harder for longer in an uncertain economy while simultaneously juggling the responsibilities we have in our personal lives, it’s not hard to see that it’s increasingly easy for that mismatch to occur.

    In this podcast, we learn effective strategies for coping with burnout — including ways to avoid it altogether — from Dr. Jacinta Jiménez, a Stanford trained, award winning, licensed psychologist and author of the newly-published book, The Burnout Fix.

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  • Blog

    Want To Invest In Farmland? Here’s How

    There are now more options than ever (without having farm the land yourself!)
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, March 26, 2021, 10:36 AM


    Farmland is a “holy grail” asset class for many investors.

    It’s tangible, produces income, and has inherent underlying value — making it a great inflation hedge.

    And even better, it offers the chance to do well by doing good. There are increasing opportunities to convert poorly-managed conventional farmland to organic status through sustainable practices AND command much higher profits in the process. Smart farmers are now able to create superior business while healing the soil at the same time.

    So, how can you get access to this attractive asset class?

    Farmland investor Craig Wichner explains how in this week’s Market Update.

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  • Blog

    The Pros & Cons Of Raising Smaller Livestock

    Tips for choosing what animals to raise given your goals & the space you have available
    by Samantha Biggers

    Monday, March 22, 2021, 6:00 AM


    A lot of people who are interested in raising farm animals feel daunted by the task, especially if they don’t have a lot of acreage. But there are plenty of livestock options out there for those with limited space.

    In this article, I’ll discuss the pros and cons of raising various smaller types of livestock.

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  • Insider

    Investors Are Suddenly Going Nuts Over “Scarcity”

    Should something unique, but not useful, be valuable?
    by rubinoja

    Friday, March 19, 2021, 8:30 PM


    Normally, almost by definition, money is THE singularly scarce thing in a market-based society.

    So what happens when money stops being scarce because the world’s governments are mailing out checks, buying up bonds and stocks, forgiving debts, and generally foisting cash on anyone with a heartbeat and voter registration card?

    Well, then scarcity itself becomes scarce.

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  • Blog

    Are We Staring At A Coming Systemic Breakdown & The End Of Capitalism?

    Michael Every of Rabobank is concerned we are
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, March 19, 2021, 11:16 AM


    For any problems they face, governments all over the world are now conditioned to simply deficit spend or issue new $trillions in ‘thin air’ currency.

    So how in danger are we of that recklessness leading to a breakdown of the entire system?

    Respected financial analyst Michael Every suspects we’re closer than most realize.

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  • Blog

    How To Fight Price Inflation At Home

    Helpful ways to save money while boosting quality of life
    by Samantha Biggers

    Monday, March 15, 2021, 6:00 AM


    Inflation is a hot topic right now. The $trillions in fresh worldwide monetary and fiscal stimulus are causing the price of nearly everything we depend on to rise sharply in price.

    So here are 29 steps that anyone can follow to help insulate their home budget against the threat of rising prices.

    And while these steps save money, they don’t sacrifice quality of life. No one (including me!) wants to lower their living conditions if they don’t have to.

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  • Blog

    Exposed! The Hidden Inflation Eating Your Money

    Chapwood Index calculates the true cost of living is 5x what the government reports
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, March 12, 2021, 9:28 AM


    Do you feel like no matter how hard you work, it’s harder and harder to get ahead?

    There’s a good explanation for that. And it’s maddening.

    The government intentionally & dramatically underreports the true cost of living, and that fake low number is what most employers use when they set the wages they pay.

    So your paycheck isn’t growing nearly as fast as it needs to in order to stay ahead of inflation.

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