Friday, May 26, 2017

Peter Grandich, John Scurci and Chris Waltzek PhD

May 26, 2017
Featured Guests
Peter Grandich & John Scurci

Show Highlights
  • John Scurci of Corona Capital Management makes his show debut.
  • As Partner & Portfolio Manager, the JP Morgan veteran of Wall Street, utilizes decades of experience to better guide investment decisions.
  • John Scurci warns that the US currency may be much less stable than most investors realize.
  • The actual intrinsic value could be considerably lower than anticipated by most investment models.
  • The 2008 Great Recession / Credit Crisis never ended; officials merely poured trillions of dollars in debt over the problem.
  • By some measures, global debt has increased by 60% since the last financial shock, priming the weapons of mass destruction for another imminent implosion.
  • Although he outlines a disturbing prophecy, investors may choose to heed his warning and shield their portfolios with hard assets.
  • 2008 represented a wake up call to economic policymakers / institutions around the globe.
  • Numerous alternatives have emerged to challenge the hegemony of the US dollar outside the purview of the IMF and World Bank.
  • Our guest underscores many of the impressive qualities of gold.
  • The PMs represent perfect panacea to global currency ailments. Hard assets like gold earn a place in every investment portfolio as an alternative to counter-party risk.
  • With US equities at a record zenith, Peter Grandich of Peter Grandich and Company advises avoiding paper assets, preferring the precious metals.
  • Amid the cryptocurrency revolution where Bitcoin and competing digital currencies can climb 100s of percent, $100 invested in 2011 is worth millions.
  • Should investors be concerned by the prospect of related blockchain exploits, and zero-days could trigger a new PMs "gold rush?"
  • Peter Grandich's technical analysis indicates that a new PMs bull market is forming.
  • Investors still have time to accumulate gold / silver investments at appealing values.
  • Despite seemingly robust domestic employment numbers, the past 10 years GDP growth average (1.3%) mirrors identically that of the decade preceding The Great Depression.
  • According to a recent Fed statistics, 44% of American's have less than $400 in savings, while the majority continue to live from paycheck to paycheck.
  • Put differently, over 100 million people cannot afford to pay a major car repair or health issue without using credit or insurance policies.