Supply Chain Disruptions and Inflation

September 13, 2022
Hosted by Jay Taylor

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John Rubino, Patrick Highsmith & Michael Oliver are this week’s guests. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the world engaged in global trade on a scale never before in world history. The U.S. entered into this new era by off-shoring major industries in countries with low cost labor. That not only devastated America’s middle class but it also made America extremely vulnerable to China which now produces many life-sustaining products that America no longer produces. America employed fiat (aka, “fake”) money accepted globally, aided and abetted by American military force. Nations like Russia and China took note of America’s global expansion funded with an intrinsically barren dollar and Russia, in particular, became angry with America and NATO having dishonored its promise to a fallen Soviet Union not to add one inch of new territory into NATO. The talk of adding the Ukraine into NATO was line in the sand for Putin who responded by invading Ukraine. Sanctions against Russia gave Putin no choice but to cease selling energy to Europe unless sanctions were removed and energy was paid for in Russian rubles. At a time when hyperinflation is becoming a real possibility, a growing number of European nations are planning to print enough money to pay high prices of shrinking supplies of energy available to Europe. Putin is playing hardball with the West with a desire to get the U.S. out of Europe and to break up NATO. The West will have to accept a monetary stem that is based on tangible assets like energy and gold, or face an economic depression. The choice is only whether it will be a hyperinflationary or a deflationary depression. We will discuss what this all means for the market with John Rubino and Michael Oliver. Patrick Highsmith will update us on Timberline Resources’ Carlin-style gold discovery in Nevada.

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Jay Taylor has been able to more than double his newsletter’s model portfolio from 2000 to the present even as the S&P 500 was in the process of losing 50% of its value!

The insights provided to Jay came from a history professor in 1967 who advised Jay that when countries go off a gold or silver standard, hard economic times are sure to follow because nations begin to think they do not need to work hard and save to enjoy a better life. Indeed there is no free lunch and a gold standard reminds people of that every day.

Jay watched his professor’s prophetic words come true when in 1971, President Nixon completely detached the dollar from gold. Not surprising to Jay, the price of gold skyrocketed in the late 1970s as inflation wiped out vast amounts of wealth from average Americans. To protect his own wealth Jay began to invest in gold and gold mining shares and in 1981 he began sharing his success and insights in his newsletter. In 1981 Jay began writing a subscription newsletter that has earned his subscribers countless thousands of dollars over the years.

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