On Again With Greg Hunter

Wed, Feb 5, 2020 - 10:07am

It's always great fun to be on Greg Hunter's USA Watchdog program. This latest segment was recorded Tuesday morning and I think you'll enjoy watching.

Here's the link to Greg's site with a full summary of the discussion: https://usawatchdog.com/fed-cannot-stop-money-printing-craig-hemke/

In short, we discuss the impact of coronavirus, Fed policy, the "stock market" and gold.

Thanks for watching,

TF

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Oskar
Feb 5, 2020 - 4:11pm

Great interview

Great interview. Also check out the Fitts interview on USA Watchdog from the other day. She has a lot to say. "High tech midievalism" is where she thinks we're headed.

Would be helpful if the host wasn't constantly talking over her with his own barely intelligible nonsense, failing to ask clarifying follow up questions, not listening to answers, etc.

He sure does get the best interviewees, though.

zman
Feb 5, 2020 - 3:28pm

QE...goes into all these

QE...goes into all these assets. Hmm, not really. The CRB index is still down over -65%. QE goes into all financial (stocks, real estate) assets, not hard assets.

QE is just a mechanism to make sure stocks trade higher. It's not needed to support the bond markets, that's already been proven. In fact, withdrawing QE hurts stocks and makes bonds more valuable as interest rates go lower.

QE isn't money that ever enters the real economy, it's isolated to the financial markets where the assets are owned by the very few. If those assets were owned more evenly, it could potentially be inflationary. As we all know, that's not the case today. QE is financial socialism for The Elite- or crony capitalism.

Stock valuations are going to trade even higher as interest rates go to 0% or even negative. How do we get to those interest rates? Drain money out of the economy with massive cuts to the social programs (SS, Medicare, Medicaid). It's coming regardless of who wins in 2020.

HistoryStudent
Feb 5, 2020 - 3:23pm

FIVE STARS

Young Man!

Well DONE!

chrtoo
Feb 5, 2020 - 1:52pm

USAWatchdog and Turd!

What a great combination! A big fan of both!!

CHR.

wolfman71
Feb 5, 2020 - 11:52am

I'll be sure to ask

thanks for the heads up

wolfman71
Feb 5, 2020 - 11:08am

Wallbridge

Noticed that the Chairman, the head of exploration , several other directors have sold nearly a million shares during the past two weeks. Maybe Eric could give us some insight into why.

AGXIIK
Feb 5, 2020 - 11:07am

Liz Warren's no Cherokee but she is Egyptian

File this one under 'you can't this s*** up.'

Camera caught Fauahontas exiting her private jet. She ducks behind a staffer, keeping her between Liz and the cameraman.

Peekaboo. We see you

I'd challenge you to stack crap higher than that.

But we'd lose that bet.

Warren is the new Queen of Denial. She's the reincarnation of Cleopatra, building pyramids of hypocrisy made of pure unadulterated bullscheisse.

What's next? Bernie the Bully borne down the street on a sedan chair, carried by 8 Deplorables while he waves the Che Guevarra Cuban Revolutionary Flag?

Whooop. There he goes.

This message is approved by Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs

Liz on back up sax playing Tore Losers

Belladonna
Feb 5, 2020 - 10:31am

Silver

Got mine in a deep hole.

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theskier
Feb 5, 2020 - 10:12am

miners

I can't help feeling like I'm being gradually stolen from every market day, and the only way out is to stay in.

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