NEGATIVE RATES ARE KILLING THE WORLD

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NEGATIVE RATES ARE KILLING THE WORLD

October 18, 2019

by Egon von Greyerz

“BREXIT, is in the last innings, UK will get out” – This is how Egon von Greyerz starts the interview with Eric King of King World News. Egon goes on to say that in the long run the EU will dissolve, country after country, until it finally collapses under its own weight.

Egon further expresses his concerns about the FED’s emergency liquidity intervention, which has resulted in the relaunch of QE. Banking pressures are not only limited to the US, it’s a global phenomenon. Looking at Europe, German, French and Italian Banks have been extremely fragile for a very long time. 

Besides that:

The Paper shufflers: Gold ETF holdings have spiked with virtually no physical demand.

In the long run gold fundamentals know only one way: UP.

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Dudley Pierce Baker is the founder and editor of Common Stock Warrants and a 1967 graduate of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas with a major in accounting. A former for IRS agent, Baker has 35 years or so of accumulated knowledge and experience in trading stocks, options, leaps, futures, options on futures and of course, warrants. In March 2005, he founded and launched this new investment Market Data Service, Precious Metals Warrants, which provides the detail on all mining and energy company Warrants trading on the U.S. and Canadian Exchanges. As an investor, Baker looked all over for helpful information about US-Canada mining and energy industry's; he, therefore, proceeded to accumulate the sources of the information and then to build the website into a user-friendly place to get the details on all warrants trading on the mining and energy companies.

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