Peter Schiff: The Media Has Flipped The Narrative On Trump
Last week, , with the yield on the 10-year Treasury falling below the yield on the 2-year for the first time in 12 years. This has historically been a good predictor of recessions. US stock markets sold off on the news, with the Dow shedding 800 points. As Peter Schiff noted in his most recent podc»»»
Can Trump keep the US stock market bubble afloat?
It is now clear that no deal is likely in the US-China trade war. As the rivalry morphs into a cold war, the close economic ties between the two are simply untenable. However, US President Donald Trump is still , if not this year, then in 2020. He is trying to keep the US stock market bubble afloat»»»