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    Upcoming Webinar: End Of The Road

    The false prosperity of the past 10 years is finally revealing itself to be a dead end
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 12, 2019, 11:01 AM

With the Fed recently re-affirming its commitment to cutting rates to keep the expansion going ‘for as long as possible’, stocks have continued rising to all-time highs. Despite these record prices, though, the low-volume tepid action we’re seeing suggests the vigor underlying today’s financial markets is waning.

Why? Because there’s nothing left to boost asset prices higher from here except *maybe* a trade deal with China. Beyond that, all the other macro drivers out there are pointed to the downside.

But the Trump administration keeps promising “we’re almost there!” nearly every day. So much of the benefit of any trade deal is already priced into today’s markets. And the reality of a deal could easily underwhelm vs expectations.

So, there’s little left to prop up stocks, bonds and real estate prices. But there’s a mounting Rogue’s Gallery of risks threatening to drop them lower. A lot lower.

Given the vast and fast multiplying signs of the unfolding global recession, the huge disconnect between asset prices and underlying fundamentals, the swelling population who’s priced out of stocks/housing/life above the poverty level, the retirement crisis, rising oil prices, the rejection of globalism in favor of nationalism breaking out in many countries, growing political and social/generational animosity — our entire system is about to hit the brick wall of “Reality” at full speed. And have you noticed we haven’t even mentioned the brewing debt crisis yet?

Which fallout implications we should we most likely expect from here? And what prudent steps should you consider taking now, to prepare before crisis arrives?

Find out by registering for the upcoming free webinar “End Of The Road”, airing on Thursday July 18th at 7pm ET/4pm PT, a joint production by Peak Prosperity, Jefferson Financial and Benchmark Financial Services.

Featured faculty for this webinar include Ted Siedle, national pension expert and recipient of the two largest-ever whistleblower settlements from the SEC and CFTC, Chris Martenson PhD, economic analyst and co-founder of PeakProsperity.com, and Brien Lundin, publisher of GoldNewsletter.com and producer of the world’s longest-running investment conference.

And yes, the webinar will allow for interactive audience Q&A with these speakers, as well as with additional participating financial experts.

You can register for this free webinar, by…

Note this webinar aired live on July 18th. But you can watch a replay of the full event for free here below:

(Links to the resources mentioned in the video can be found here for New HarborPeak ProsperityBenchmarkAlert.comGold Newsletter, and the New Orleans Investment Conference.)

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3 Comments

  • Fri, Jul 19, 2019 - 2:15pm

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    Adam Taggart

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    Timing On Replay Video

    To the many of you who have contacted me eagerly waiting the replay video of last night’s webinar —

    We are nearly done editing and rendering it.

    As soon as it’s ready, we’ll email it to you.  I expect that to be by or before 8pm ET.

    Shortly after that, we’ll post it here on the site.

    Thanks for the enthusiasm!

    cheers,

    A

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  • Fri, Jul 19, 2019 - 3:58pm

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    nickythec

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    Thanks for the update

    I saw this after I sent my message.  Looking forward to it.

    Thanks

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  • Fri, Jul 19, 2019 - 9:50pm

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    nancybeck

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    Thank you!

    Thank you to you, Chris and team for doing this webinar. Very helpful.

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