Jordan Roy-Byrne - Techncial Commentary – Wed 15 May, 2019

A look ahead to the next financial crisis. What really matters and where the money will flow.

There is always an ongoing conversation about the next financial crisis in terms of what will bring it on and how it will all play out in the markets. Most outcomes end up more extreme in nature than they truly turnout.

Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me to share his thoughts on how the next market correction and financial crisis will look for investors. We discuss where the debt is concentrated this time around. All with a focus on the metals and how they could react when the crisis happens.

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Comments:
  1. On May 15, 2019 at 11:41 am,
    cfs says:

    Unfortunately, while the Fed may decide to cut rates, there is a question as to which countries might buy its bonds. Is there not an increasing probability of direct U.S. monetization?
    China has increased its gold buying (Q1, 2019 up 71% over Q1, 2018), and with the trade war, is China going to continue to buy U.S. debt?
    Or will China simply allow its RMB to rise, making its purchases of raw materials cheaper, and allow its internal market to develop more fully?
    With 3 times the U.S. population, but only half the size of the U.S. economy, I know what I would do!
    Pundits say that Chinese debt is a problem, but I would ask if that is still as true when an economy grows at very high rates? The U.S. grows its debt rather quickly just to try to grow its economy at 3%.

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