>>1040797 Most conspiracy therorist gave up on the general public, they decided to bet against the system and normiee by making money now. I'm not talking about mainstream conspiracy therorists, I'm talking abou
>>1040868 His advice has always been to just to have 10-15% of your portfolio in gold and silver just in case shit hits the fan. He doesn't really talk about what stocks are good and which are buy now or sell now.
If you don't have any money in stocks and just want an excellent hedge against inflation, then putting a percentage of your savings in gold and silver is an excellent idea. He has never suggested buying gold to make a profit.
>>1040877 >the big boys will be snapping stuff up like crazy. They already are
I ina large international IB with a large equities division. The shares traded on the darkpools are going for a .5-2% premium over the shares traded openly on the NYSE and NASDQ. Premium means the institutionals don't want to sell. We waiting for the market panic to buy oversold equities on the cheap
Peter Schiff's advice at January 2015 (asked to invest 100.000) was:
1) Bet against the dollar (appreciated against pretty much every other currency) 2) Go short on social Media Stocks (went up over 20%) 3) Buy a lot of gold and silver (down10% and 8%) 4) Buy miners (-20%)
Wew lad. Keep following this market wizard's advice.
>>1040826 Exactly. Unless you trade for a living, watching stocks every day/week/month is going to just cause you stress and maybe even contribute to a stupid decision like pulling money out unnecessarily.
Check on accounts every quarter and evaluate portfolio positions every year or so.
Here’s one key takeaway from the Labor Department’s report Jan. 14 on import prices, costs of imported goods excluding fuels declined 3.4% last year, the biggest annual decrease since records began in 2001 and representing the challenge faced by the Federal Reserve in achieving its inflation goal. • Cost of imported capital goods dropped 2.5% in the 12 months ended in December, the most since November 2002. • Imported foods prices were down 5.2% over the last year, the biggest decrease since August 2009. • Non-fuel industrial supplies and materials costs dropped 11.1% in the year to December, the most since October 2009. •
>Prices of exports from the U.S. slumped 6.5% in 2015, the largest annual decrease since the index was first published in 1983.
This is why. America isn't producing shit and they're being fucked by low oil prices and no exports.
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