Stock market bubble bigger today than 2008
– Coronavirus may be worse than anyone thought, but why aren’t the markets worried?
– Gold mining stocks looking positive again.
– Underlying weakness in the dollar being revealed in gold.
– Obama and Trump are fighting over a booming economy that doesn’t exist.
– 1/3rd of Americans run out of money between paychecks.
– Over 25% of households spend half or more of their income on rent.
– Delinquencies on auto-loans are higher now than they were at the worst part of the great recession.
– Bernie Sanders has an advantage over Michael Bloomberg.
– Art Laffer cheerleads Trump on Fox Business.
– Trump nominates ass-kissing liar to the Fed.
Also: (Peter Schiff) – 2020 Outlook: Equities vs. Gold
Peter Schiff, Louis Navellier, Rick Rule, Jeffrey Saut, and Mark Skousen discuss their investment outlook for the year ahead at the Orlando Money Show. Recorded February 2020. Gold has surged to all-time highs in 2019 after a five-year consolidation, and there are signs it is gaining momentum, which could portend another historic bull run. Global trade and geopolitical uncertainty have fueled the flight to gold as a safe haven and non-correlated portfolio diversifier. But, nobody should count the longest-running stock bull market out, which has defied predictions of its imminent demise time and time again. Four veteran professional investors square off and debate what economic, fundamental, and cyclical trends are telling us and how investors should be positioned.