The Financial Survival Network's Kerry Lutz interviewed me just after the FOMC did nothing and Powell had his press conference last week. We talked about the strange market reactions to that input, in our "through the transitory looking glass" economy and the mistakes the Fed, economists, and futures traders are making with the assumptions in their models. We covered some of the similarities and differences between what's happening now and the staglfationary 1970s. We discussed investment implications specifically for gold, silver, copper, uranium, and oil and gas. This is a packed interview, full of ideas worth considering.
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