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Episode 185 – Getting Ready for the Coming Wild Economic Ride – Part 2

MP3 Audio [23 MB]DownloadShow URL Continuing the discussion on things to consider for getting ready for the economic collapse that we’re probably facing. Be sure to check out Episode 185 – Getting Ready for the Coming Wild Economic Ride – Part 1 In this portion, I discuss daily needs, relocation, tangible goods, and more. In the beginning of the podcast, I reference a podcast on the Fourth Turning. In a nutshell, the article and podcast comes down to the below, but check out the podcast and the Getting Ready for the Coming Wild Economic Ride – Part 2 article, too. Income … Continue reading

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Episode 144 – What Can We Expect Going Forward After The Election

MP3 Audio [14 MB]DownloadShow URL             Now that the election is over, we need to move past the red and blue teams and take a realistic look at where we’re headed.  As I’ve mentioned before, it doesn’t matter who’s in charge, we’re still going to go over that financial cliff; and we need to be prepared for that. As I’ve mentioned several times, I don’t get into politics very often on the podcast because being prepared is non-political, as well as non-religious.  However, I think too many people have been assuming that things were going to … Continue reading

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Episode 139 – FAQ For Hyperinflation Skeptics with Vincent Cate Part 2

MP3 Audio [12 MB]DownloadShow URL             This is part 2 of my discussion with Vincent Cate about his FAQ on Hyperinflation for Skeptics.  This is one of the best FAQs I’ve seen on hyperinflation, as it dispenses with the big words that economists like to use in order to keep the public confused and befuddled about what’s happening in the economy. Part one of this interview can be found here: Episode 138 – FAQ For Hyperinflation Skeptics with Vincent Cate. You can also check out his other website: http://gold.ai.     This podcast was sponsored by:

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Episode 131 – Hyperinflation Series Part 3 – Preparing For Hyperinflation Part B

MP3 Audio [10 MB]DownloadShow URL             Here is the third and final part of the hyperinflation series, and the second part of how to prepare for hyperinflation. Here are the links to the first two parts: Episode 128 – Hyperinflation Series Part 1 – What Is Hyperinflation? Episode 130 – Hyperinflation Series Part 2 – Preparing For Hyperinflation Part A   Rob Hanus’ Working Theory On Preparing For Hyperinflation: Here is my working theory on preparing for hyperinflation. Buy the common things you use now while they are still cheap.  Stock up on durables and consumables that have … Continue reading

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QE3 to Infinity – What Does It Mean?

What Was The QE3 Announcement – What Does It Mean? Here is what the Fed announced: The central bank will buy $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities a month, and is willing to take more action if the labor market doesn’t improve, its policy-setting committee said. The Fed also extended an existing stimulus effort known as Operation Twist, under which the central bank has been selling short-term bonds and using the proceeds to buy longer-term bonds in an effort to bring down long-term rates. Officials also said they expect to keep short-term interest rates near zero until at least mid-2015, past the … Continue reading

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Episode 128 – Hyperinflation Series Part 1 – What Is Hyperinflation?

MP3 Audio [15 MB]DownloadShow URL             Recently, the Federal Reserve, AKA the Fed, announced that they are going to start QE3, which is the third round of quantitative easing. This is nothing but fancy speak for, “save the banks.” I talk about this in the podcast, but you can get a thumbnail of what I said here: What Was The QE3 Announcement – What Does It Mean? Below are the show notes for this podcast. These are the actual notes I used to create the podcast, so a lot of this will sound familiar. I decided that … Continue reading

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More Than 100 Million Americans Are On Welfare

The first two rounds of Quantitative Easing haven’t done anything to improve the economy, only prolong the pain and agony that so many are now going through. The US economy cannot be doing well if we have this many people in dire straits: [From More Than 100 Million Americans Are On Welfare – ] There are more Americans dependent on the federal government than ever before in U.S. history.  According to the Survey of Income and Program Participation conducted by the U.S. Census, well over 100 million Americans are enrolled in at least one welfare program run by the federal government.  Many … Continue reading

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QE3: Get Ready For Hyperinflation!

Here’s a recipe for disaster: “…the Fed will keep injecting money into the economy until growth picks up and unemployment starts dropping significantly.” QE1 and QE2 didn’t work, so now we need QE3. You would think that they’d learn, but remember, these are the same people that didn’t see the 2008 Recession coming and said that everything was fine. Until it wasn’t fine. Not to mention, can you point to anyone, besides bankers, that was actually helped by QE1 or 2? Me neither. [From QE3: Reactions to the Fed’s big stimulus move – ] On Thursday, the Federal Reserve announced yet … Continue reading

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Episode 119 – The Current Economy – Is It Getting Better?

MP3 Audio [9 MB]DownloadShow URL             17 Questions You Can Ask Yourself On Whether The Economy Is Getting Better Update September 4, 2012: The U.S. national debt has topped $16 trillion. Things cannot get better so long as the debt keeps increasing. Back in October 2009, Podcast Episode 44, I posed a series of questions that you can ask yourself which should give an indication on how the economy is trending.  In this podcast, I review these questions, along with my answers for what I see going on with the economy (the questions are below, check out the podcast … Continue reading

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The Next One Will Be The Big One « Jim Sinclair’s Mineset

Haven’t covered too much about the economy lately; I hit on the economy so much last year that I want to make sure that we cover other things as well. However, it’s important to realize that the economy is still highly unstable.  This means that, at any time, the markets can turn upside down and crash, or fall, or any number of things that will cause an “unsettled period of time.”  Like, recessions, depressions, collapse of the dollar, things like that.  Remember, we still haven’t recovered from the last recession, though some say that we’re still in it and some … Continue reading

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