John Rubino – Bank of Japan Trying A Different Strategy, Energy’s Pullback and Cryptos Threatening To Breakdown

June 20, 2022

John Rubino, Founder of The Dollar Collapse website joins me to discuss the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy that is very different from the other central banks as well as the pullback in energy and cryptos. The overarching theme is questioning where the next catalyst will come from to move market significantly lower.


    Jun 20, 2022 20:28 PM

    Regarding interest rates in the US and how high they need to raise them to fight inflation ….with food and energy excluded would I be wrong to think rates don’t need to go way up to bring inflation down when food and energy aren’t included… and energy prices have been killing the average individual for more than a year already and shows no sign of waning. Average household incomes are therefore tight for the foreseeable future irregardless what happens to rates.Rate hikes will only accelerate it and as long as the govts concern isn’t real inflation (food and energy) but mostly discretionary goods and services that will drop in a hurry anyways.

    Jun 20, 2022 20:29 PM

    Yes Ex. Your quick cursory check on Royal Fox summarized most of the story…..the insider holdings was the only part that was missing.

      Jun 21, 2022 21:57 AM

      Thanks for the reply back about Royal Fox Wolfster.

    Jun 20, 2022 20:04 PM

    Wolfster, Ex has the honey do list to look after, didn’t you realize he has a life other than stocks. He needs time to spend with his other life, but he probably wishes that he was back in the Ker Saddle, leading the charge up The San Juan Hill like Teddy Roosevelt! LOL! DT

      Jun 21, 2022 21:01 AM

      Haha, DT, yes, don’t I know it on the honey do list!

      We’re doing some traveling this week, and I’m about to be out of phone and WiFi range. You guys hold down the fort and keep the good conversations and investor insights flowing. Cheers!

    Jun 20, 2022 20:14 PM

    Nicaragua just voted in a leftist government, Calibre Mining (CXB) a very good company could see their share price deteriorate as this political situation takes hold. The US sanctioning Russia has led other countries to realize that the key for developed nations has always been unlocking the wealth of poorer nations that have important resources. Now the poorer nations want a bigger share of the resource pie. Investing in certain commodities is not as easy as it once was. Everyone is waking up to the fact The US is paying for their valuable resources with printed money. DT LOL!👍

      Jun 20, 2022 20:02 PM

      Australia is sitting out there all by itself, with the jealous Chinese thinking it is very unfair that so few Aussies have all that wealth. US and its European allies can’t even defend Ukraine. Big changes are coming and Australia is done like dinner when China decides to take it. Same with Africa and most of Americas.