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Here’s Peter’s reaction to the markets and the Fed on his latest episode…

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Here’s Peter’s take on the rate hikes:

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Here is the latest episode from Peter Schiff!!!

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Here’s the latest from Peter Schiff:

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Here is the latest from our partner Peter Schiff.  Our condolences go out to Peter and his family.  Peter lost his father this week, a true soldier in the battle for liberty, Irwin Schiff.  RIP Irwin.

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On today’s episode I was thrilled to welcome Peter Schiff.  Peter is President and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and Schiff Gold.  He has a great podcast of his own which you can find at: www.schiffradio.com and is a frequent guest on most major financial television networks.  I have been a fan of his for a long time and was really excited to have him on the program.

Peter Schiff on the Fed rate hikes:

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Check out the latest analysis of our economy from our friend Peter Schiff!

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For on point interpretation of our economy, check out Peter Schiff:

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In reviewing my Wikipedia page, I noticed some information that is either wrong or narrowly slanted to promote a negative impression of me. We’ve tried to correct the issue, but Wikipedia makes it very difficult for anyone directly connected to the person or subject of the page to make changes, claiming “Conflict of Interest”. This opens the door, however, for those who have a good grasp of editing Wikipedia but who have a decided “left” slant to claim the substance and the direction of the information. Once it’s out there, it is very difficult to fix. Wikipedia wants editors to be unrelated to the subject to make contributions. Below are a few things that should be added to the page. Please feel free to make these additions as you would like. Please note that changes need to be discussed in the “Talk” page, first. Here are Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia.

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Please do yourself a favor and listen to the latest episode of the Peter Schiff Show.  It’ll make you at least 12% smarter (I did a study, this is proven)!!

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Check out the Peter Schiff’s latest analysis of the economy on his latest episode:

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Ok if you don’t know Peter Schiff do yourself a favor and listen to the latest Lions of Liberty podcast to find out what’s really going on with our economy:

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By: Peter Schiff

The sudden fall in the price of oil provides a unique opportunity to examine the widely held belief that deflation is economic poison. As many governments and central banks have vowed to fight deflation at all costs in 2015, the question could hardly be more significant.

While falling prices may strike the layman as cause for celebration, economists believe that it can kick off a nasty, and often inescapable, negative cycle, which many believe leads inevitably to a prolonged recession, or even a depression. However, these same economists acknowledge that falling energy prices may offer a stimulus, equivalent to an enormous “tax cut,” particularly for lower and middle income consumers for whom energy costs represent a major portion of disposable income. They suggest that the money consumers and businesses no longer spend on gasoline and heating oil could be spent on other goods and services thereby creating demand in other areas of the economy. Even Fed Chair Janet Yellen, a staunch advocate of the economic benefits of rising consumer prices, has extolled the benefits of falling oil prices.

After considering these competing tensions, most economists agree that falling energy prices are a net positive for an economy (except for oil exporting countries like Russia and Venezuela). But the fact that there is even a debate is shocking. It should be clear to anyone that consumers individually, and an economy collectively, benefit from lower energy prices. As I mentioned in a column late last month, no one buys energy for energy’s sake. We simply use it to do or get the things that we want. The lower the cost of energy, the cheaper and more abundant the things we want become.

But if we all can agree that lower energy prices offer a benefit, why can’t we make the same conclusion about food prices? Wouldn’t consumers get a huge “tax cut” if their grocery bills fell as dramatically? How about health care? Wouldn’t we all be better off if our hospital and insurance bills fell dramatically from their currently insane levels? Come to think of it, why wouldn’t we be better off if the price of everything fell?  When does too much of a good thing become too much? (more…)

If you haven’t seen this video, please check it out. Peter Schiff (brother of Andrew Schiff who we’ve had on the podcast) correctly called the ’08 financial collapse while all the talking heads laughed in his face. He had specifics. He knew the causes, the effects, and knew exactly how it would unfold. The scary part is he is predicting a much worse crisis ahead and, again, all the blowhards on cnbc, etc. are laughing at him… calling him a kook, etc. Check out his stuff on youtube and you’ll get an idea of what he’s calling for and the typical response he gets.

With the Fed propping up the the stock market with their cheap money policies, what’s a person to do? Andrew Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital says invest abroad:

http://www.schiffradio.com

http://www.europac.net

http://www.amazon.com/How-Economy-Grows-Why-Crashes/dp/1118770277

If you pay attention to financial media even the slightest bit, you have no doubt heard the talking heads freak out over the prospect of deflation. Bloomberg, CNBC, Fox Business, Wall Street Journal, you name it… they all mindlessly repeat the bloviations of Bernanke, Yellen, Krugman, etc. that what we need is for people to spend (not save), to borrow, and for prices to rise. All of this is wrong.

To give you a real basic econ lesson, this attitude is largely inspired by the economist John Maynard Keynes. Bernanke and company are devout Keynesians. They believe an economy is built on consumption and is stimulated by spending. Paul Krugman is outspoken in his conviction that the US does not carry enough debt. That $18 trillion is not nearly enough. He believes we need to spend much, much more and that increasing the debt does not matter in the least. I sh%t you not. These are the people running our economy. Bernanke, Yellen, Jack Lew, the financial media, republicans and democrats alike all believe we must spend our way out of this funk we’re in. And as Shaq once said, “Don’t fake the funk on a nasty dunk.” That literally means nothing, sorry.

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