On the Precipice of Hyperinflation. How Do We Cope?

Jeff Berwick returns to the radio program and David McAlvany makes his first appearance on this week’s episode to discuss the state of the economy and market conditions.

Both Jeff and David believe we are destined for hyperinflation. But with debt growing exponentially against a slow linear growth of income, might not deflationary forces overwhelm the Fed, sending America into a greater Depression than that of the 1930s? Or, is it possible the hard money crowd has it all wrong and the Fed will usher in another period of stable non-inflationary growth?

If you buy the inflationary view, what’s the best way to prepare? Should you own mining shares? Can mining companies survive with the dramatic rising cost of production? Or should you simply stick to the metals that markets have selected over centuries as the most reliable store of value, namely gold and silver?

Providing some investment ideas will be the CEO of American Manganese and the CEO of Fischer-Watt, a uranium exploration company selling at 4 cents with highly prospective properties in Wyoming.

David McAlvany is the President of the McAlvany Financial Companies, McAlvany Wealth Management and ICA, a 36-year old precious metals brokerage firm. He has been a featured speaker on radio and around the country analyzing world events and their impact on the global economy and financial markets. David can be heard weekly on his market commentary at www.mcalvany.com

David is a graduate of Biola University and an associate member of Keble College, Oxford University, where he studied philosophy and political theory. He then went on to achieve honors as a top salesman with the Southwestern Company and gained extensive business expertise with Morgan Stanley, in California.

His international research has given him a global perspective of developments around the world, which helps him avoid focusing too narrowly in his analysis of investment and risk in any give asset category.

His interests are varied and he spends his free time with his wife and their children in Colorado.

Jeff Berwick founded Stockhouse.com, Canada’s largest financial website, in 1994 and was the CEO and on the board of directors up until 2006.  He is now the founder and Chief Editor of The Dollar Vigilante.  The Dollar Vigilante is a free-market financial newsletter focused on covering all aspects of the ongoing financial collapse with information and analysis on investments for safety and for profit during the collapse including investments in gold, silver, energy, agriculture commodities, and publicly-traded stocks.

The newsletter covers as well other aspects including expatriation, both financially and physically and news and info on health, safety and other ways to survive the coming collapse of the US Dollar, safely and comfortably. Learn more about Jeff’s work at DollarVigilante.com.

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Jay Taylor

Mr. Taylor is editor of J Taylor’s Gold, Energy & Techn Stocks newsletter. A native of Ohio, he has resided in New York since 1973 when he began working there for Barlcay’s Bank International. His interest in the role gold has played in U.S. monetary history led him to research gold and into analyzing and investing in junior gold shares.

In 1981 he began publishing North American Gold Mining Stocks, which preceded his current newsletter. His continuing interest in gold mining prompted him to study geology at Hunter College in New York City, supplementing his MBA in Finance & Investments. Throughout his career Mr. Taylor worked as a commercial, then as an investment banker. Most recently, he worked in the mining and metals group of ING Barings in New York. Prior to that he was involved in the first gold loan made in modern times in the U.S. to Amax Minerals, a 250,000 oz. loan facility led by Citicorp.

In 1997 he resigned from ING Barings to devote himself full time to researching mining & technology stocks, writing his newsletter and assisting companies in raising venture capital.

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