End is Nigh, Hold Gold or Cash in Mattress

Russ Winter of Winter (Economic and Market) Watch and the Wall Street Examiner’s Lee Adler look at the endgame and potential outcomes, and try to answer how to defend financially against the coming meltdown. Do we know whether it will be deflationary or hyperinflationary?

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2 comments for “End is Nigh, Hold Gold or Cash in Mattress

  1. Gr8Lakes
    November 21, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    Podcast: “Game ends when treasuries end.”

    I’ve heard that treasury sales are driven by swaps sales, not by people buying them outright. What would end the demand for these swaps.

  2. November 21, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    Don’t know where you heard that, but it’s not true. As for the question itself, that’s the big question. As a chartist I can only hope to tell you when it is ending. As for what will cause it, when the flight from Europe subsides, or when people realize that the Treasuries as just as risky, or when China’s economy slows to the point that it no longer has excess dollars to recycle. Similar with the oil producers. Economic weakness will end dollar recycling.

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