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Many exchange-traded funds, ETFs, are issued by big investment banks, where the level of derivative exposure to counterparty risk is exponentially greater than at the time of the Lehman failure. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Simon Popple. Your host, Dennis Tubbergen talks with Popple about the risks in the market an…
 
"Memorize the following line, teach it to your children, and shout it from the rooftops. It's one of the most important truths you'll ever learn or teach. Free people are not equal and equal people are not free". Today on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio your host, Dennis Tubbergen talks with economics expert Larry Reed about the quote from his…
 
Housing prices are really just starting to crack, but I think we could see a 15-20% decline in housing prices over the next three or four quarters. This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, our guest, Dr. A. Gary Shilling talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about the state of the economy, inflation, and what lies ahead for stocks, bonds,…
 
It's a mess, our policymakers have screwed up on a scale that historians are going to have a field day with. And we right now are living through the consequences of those screwups. There's very little politically that can be done, the problems themselves are mathematically unsolvable. This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio we welcome bac…
 
If accurately reported, that is calculating the Consumer Price Index using the same formula that was used prior to 1982, inflation is approaching 20 percent. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates is John Williams who tells your host, Dennis Tubbergen how the government has been manipulating the CPI since the early 1980s to control t…
 
“The dollar is going to suck the liquidity out of all of the other fiat currencies and all the weaker currencies are going to fall against the dollar. And then the US dollar itself starts to implode and just crashes into a crater”. The forecast from this week’s guest, Mr. Mark Jeftovic. Your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Jeftovic about the futur…
 
“There's nothing in our pattern recognition analysis that tells us that there's an end to this downtrend anytime soon. Another 20 percent drop in the market indices over the next couple of months would not be surprising”. A near-term forecast from our guest this week, socionomics expert Mr. Murray Gunn. Join your host Dennis Tubbergen on Retirement…
 
What made you think that the 50% rise in real estate actually had anything to do with real value? It did not. A very popular guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Karl Denninger, talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about the current recession, the Fed’s reaction, and the likely scenario for the years ahead. Mr. Denninger is…
 
In the 1970s, when Paul Volcker was cranking up interest rates to kill off inflation, he could do that because the size of the federal debt was only about 30% of the GDP at the time. Today, the federal debt is about 130% of GDP. No matter what Jerome Powell’s intentions are, even if he has the same fortitude as Volcker had in fighting inflation, he…
 
By the time this recession/depression is over, which could be 3-5 years from now, the industrials will be below 5,000. That's how bad it’s going to be as this thing deepens. And the S&P will be finding itself back down below 600. The forecast for stocks from this week’s guest, Dr. Robert McHugh. Join your host, Dennis Tubbergen on Retirement Lifest…
 
Interest rates going to be high in and inflation could last for the next 30 years. Incredible as it sounds, that’s the forecast from our guest this week, Dr. Charles Nenner, renowned expert in the psychology of cycles. Your host, Dennis Tubbergen, talks with Dr. Nenner not only about his forecasts for commodities, but also wars, and climate change.…
 
We have experienced the greatest financial bubble in history. Total financial assets in the world today are almost seven times, GDP at 95 trillion, it's about $660 trillion in financial assets. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Harry Dent says yes, we are in a recession, and it’s going to get much worse. Dent provides…
 
The stock market today, at 170% of GDP, is not in any regards reflective of the underlying conditions of global central banks tightening into a worldwide recession. This statement from Michael Pento, our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio. Your host, Dennis Tubbergen, talks with Pento about the comparison of today’s equites mar…
 
The Biden administration is bragging about all the great new jobs that are being created. However, when you compare that to the labor participation rates and worker population ratios, what you see is a dramatic fall in the sheer number of people who are working, or in the job market at all. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radi…
 
The central banks themselves are in trouble. The crisis that we now face is potentially a lot more severe than anything we have seen since the Wall Street crash in 1929 to 1932, and the aftermath of that in the 1930s. A quite sobering statement from our guest this week, Mr. Alasdair Macleod. Your host on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Dennis…
 
The markets are down over 20 percent this year, but it’s only the beginning according to our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Michael Oliver. “We're talking about a 12-year plus bull market that went vertical on the S&P, sevenfold increase due to monetary policy and credit, and a 16-fold increase in the Nasdaq-100. Those…
 
I think we're going to have a lot of economic weakness now. But nothing as severe as the subprime mortgage collapse that we saw in 2008. That’s the forecast from this week’s guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Dr. A. Gary Shilling. Your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Dr. Shilling about what he believes is the best and safest investment…
 
Historically, residential real estate has to be priced at such a level that the average person can buy the average house and raise an average family in it, on the wages that are available within that particular area. It's very local. An audience favorite, our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Karl Denninger. Karl points out…
 
Has the mainstream media changed, or has technology provided the platform for a more democratized exchange of ideas, hence revealing the degree to which news has been crafted for public consumption? Your host, Dennis Tubbergen explores this question with our guest this week, Dr. Peter Jacobsen on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio. An intriguing …
 
What the fed has to do is to sacrifice the currency to avoid a 1930s-style depression. They're going to almost explicitly say, "We're going to let the dollar fall as far as it has to fall. We've got to protect jobs, et cetera, et cetera. We can't let the economy just go completely bust. So, if we have to have eight, nine, or 10% inflation forever, …
 
If you look at the magnitude of the asset bubble that’s been inflating, the everything bubble, and then posit that any recession or pullback is going to be on the same order of magnitude as the bubble, this could get really bad. We could get into a really horrific drawdown in the markets. But even worse for everyday people. Our guest this week is M…
 
While inflation of the current magnitude hasn’t been seen since the late 1970s and early 1980s, we’re not likely to see the type of response from the Fed, vis-à-vis Volker raising interest rates to 20%. This week’s guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Simon Popple, who points out that governments around the world have taken on tremendou…
 
We're in a hyperinflation. The Fed is overreacting. Supply is not increasing. The government’s economic policies are not aimed at increasing supplies. Instead, their goal is to tame inflation by destroying wealth and thereby dampening demand. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is technical analyst, Dr. Robert McHugh. Your h…
 
We’re at the top of a 30-year Supercycle in the markets; eerily reminiscent of the roaring 1920s. Is a deflationary period like that of the 1930s imminent? This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates your host Dennis Tubbergen will explore this question with our guest, Murray Gunn. Tune in to get Murray’s forecast for the markets and the state of s…
 
This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio, your host Dennis Tubbergen visits again with cycles expert Dr. Charles Nenner, who tells us that we have entered the next 30-year cycle of inflation and high-interest rates. Dr. Nenner says that while the central banks don’t appear to know what they are doing or how they’ll ultimately resolve the i…
 
“The government should quit monkeying with the economy like they're God; they don't understand it. They don't even understand the demographics behind it, and the productivity behind it, and what causes it to go up and down. They just think interest rates are the biggest driver, which shows how clueless they are”. That quote is directly from our gue…
 
Congress has defrauded the American public by claiming we could issue this credit that is created from deficit spending by the United States Federal Government and sequesters it overseas. Our guest this week on the Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio program, Karl Denninger, talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about how the Biden administration …
 
“The U.S. made a disastrous decision by effectively weaponizing the dollar and demonetizing the dollar in Russia, that was completely unnecessary. This is going to have profound effects on future perceptions of the stability of the dollar”. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates is Jeffrey Tucker, founder of the Brownstone Institute.…
 
Inflation is much higher than the government reports it. CPI is at 8.5%, producer prices up 11.2% year-over-year, import prices up 12.5% year-over-year, and if you look at reality, rents, the cost of buying a new house, the cost of beef, the cost of energy, year-over-year, they're up closer to 20%. That's the reality. Michael Pento joins your host …
 
All indications show we are heading toward a worldwide hyperinflationary environment; something we’ve never experienced before. Your host Dennis Tubbergen has invited guest Alasdair McLeod back to this week’s Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio show to get his thoughts on the events happening in world currency markets that appear to be acceleratin…
 
Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Forbes columnist, Dr. A Gary Shilling. In his conversation with your host Dennis Tubbergen, he said, “We are going to see a lot more weakness in housing. It's already started. If you look at existing-home sales in February, they were down 7.2% from January. And I think we're going to se…
 
“We're in a historic time in markets, we're about to see events that few have anticipated.” Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is the brilliant market analyst, Michael Oliver. Your host Dennis Tubbergen talks with Oliver about how the extraordinary increase in money supply is driving commodities to new highs, consumer infla…
 
The game theory and the incentive structure of Bitcoin is pure genius to the point where it doesn't really matter what governments try to do to ban it because the incentive structure is such that it's going to be adapted. First-time guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Mark Jeftovic talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about how cryp…
 
We're in the danger zone. The magic number for the 10-year treasury yield that we can't go beyond is probably a little bit lower than it was in 2018. We can't go much beyond that without the economy just tanking. And we are really not that far from that. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Mr. John Rubino. He and your hos…
 
The Federal Reserve, the Central Bank of the United States, held an emergency meeting last week, and as a result of that emergency meeting, decided to take no action despite real inflation surging above 15 percent. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Simon Popple, talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about the implicat…
 
Let's say your car is nearly out of gas. You pull in the gas station. There's no price on the pump. You put the nozzle in, and you put the gas in the car, and then after you put the gas in the car, the attendant asks who your car insurance company is. Are you State Farm, Progressive, Geico, Allstate, whatever? And after you tell them that, then the…
 
Inflation is at a 40 year high, and we’re starting to see crashes in market sectors; the Dow Transportation Average has crashed 19.1%, the NASDAQ 100 technology sector has crashed 18.1%, and the small-cap Russell 2000 has crashed 21%. This week’s guest here on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio expert analyst, Dr. Robert McHugh. Listen as your ho…
 
Inflation is the worst it’s been since the early 1980s. The official CPI is reflecting nearly 7% at last reporting. But if you’re like most people, it feels worse? Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates is John Williams who tells your host, Dennis Tubbergen how the government has been manipulating the CPI since the early 1980s to con…
 
No matter what they say, the Federal Reserve is actually pleased to see consumer price inflation so high because it's one way of deflating the debt. Chances of success are, however, doubtful, according to this week’s guest, Murray Gunn, as bond markets are already demanding higher interest rates. Join your host Dennis Tubbergen on today’s episode o…
 
Stock and bonds are already in a bearish trend, with only 1% of tech stocks propping up the S&P. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is the leading cycles research analyst, Dr. Charles Nenner. Dr. Nenner explains how he mathematically predicts the annual, monthly, and even intra-day high’s and low’s in the markets in his con…
 
Could we be looking at the peak in the markets? Many have been forecasting a market crash for years that the Fed has so far been able to forestall through money printing. Our guest this week, economic cycles expert Mr. Harry Dent, says that both the generation cycle and technology cycle are trending down, which sets us up for a once-in-a-lifetime e…
 
The has long ago adopted a policy of supporting financial assets in order to maintain economic confidence. Now they’ve suggested that they’re going to wind down the $120 billion in monthly QE by March or April of 2022. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio is Mr. Alasdair Macleod. Your host, Dennis Tubbergen, talks with Mr. Ma…
 
Inflation is now running at three and a half times higher than the Fed’s target rate of 2 percent. The Fed is clearly worried about this, and now appears poised to announce a doubling of the tapering at next week’s FOMC meeting in an effort to get the table set for interest rate hikes and normalization. On this week’s Retirement Lifestyle Advocates…
 
When it comes to managing the federal budget, government officials only have three choices. These are the same three choices that governments through the world and through the centuries have always had; raise taxes, cut spending, or debase the currency (print money). Join your host Dennis Tubbergen on this week’s Special Edition of Retirement Lifes…
 
Are we headed for a “crack-up-boom” as originally described by Austrian economist Mises in the 1920s, or can we avoid it? You’ll not want to miss this week’s Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio show when your host, Dennis Tubbergen talks with guest Mr. Jeffrey Tucker. Tucker says, “whether we will or not” is the bigger question. Just like economis…
 
There’s a great deal of anticipatory borrowing and inventory building that's going on driven by this mortal fear of not having enough stuff for Christmas. Retailers have been encouraging people to buy ahead, and saw we just had reports from Walmart and Target that their inventories have really leaped. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Adv…
 
Companies are so desperate for workers that they're doing things they never thought they would do. Like doing away with drug tests, checking the educational credentials, and calling references. This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, our guest Mr. John Rabino talks with your host Dennis Tubbergen about the labor shortage, wage inflation,…
 
The reality is, that Congress has spent the last two years violating every legitimate rule of reason to monetary and fiscal policy. They have pumped 8 trillion dollars of unbacked credit into the system in the last 18 months…so, of course, inflation is going through the roof. This week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, your host, Dennis Tubb…
 
Woodrow Wilson is regarded by many as being the worst President in US history, although some would say that the current occupant of the White House is giving him a run for his money. Just over 100 years ago, under Wilson, the income tax became law, the Federal Reserve was created, and an ever-growing government led to deficit spending and reckless …
 
Investing in gold and silver are great hedges against rising inflation, but according to our guest, Mr. Simon Popple, you may also want to consider adding exposure the broader commodities market. Your host on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Dennis Tubbergen, talks with Popple about the opportunities to invest is Lithium, Cobalt, Uranium, and …
 
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