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2023-06-04 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Dr. Robert McHugh

By Dennis Tubbergen | Jun 4, 2023 |

The Great Depression of the 1930s was a Supercycle wave four down. So, this is a level higher or worse than that, and that’s what’s just starting. It’ll probably last at least 10 years, maybe more, and it’s going to do a lot of damage and probably change the way we see the world. That’s…

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2023-05-28 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Kerry Lutz

By Dennis Tubbergen | May 28, 2023 |

With 1.5 trillion dollars worth of commercial mortgages coming due and interest rates rising, are we likely to see a similar crisis in real estate like the residential crisis in 2008? First-time guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Kerry Lutz, tells your host Dennis Tubbergen it’s a disaster, but it’s not like the subprime…

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2023-05-21 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Harry Dent

By Dennis Tubbergen | May 22, 2023 |

The everything-bubble is now beginning to burst. In the next 12-18 months, we’ll see more bank failures and significant downturns in stocks, bonds, real estate, etc. Our guest this week on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Harry Dent, tells us to get out of the markets now. If he’s wrong, you might lose a few points…

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2023-05-07 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Michael Pento

By Dennis Tubbergen | May 7, 2023 |

The problem in the banking system is pretty simple, for ten out of the last fourteen years, mortgage rates have been well below the effective Fed funds rate today, which is 5.1%. So, bank assets are yielding very, very low-income streams to banks. Alternatively, you can go out right now and get over 5% on…

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2023-04-30 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ John Rubino

By Dennis Tubbergen | Apr 30, 2023 |

The money supply is shrinking. For the first time since the early 70’s, the FED is shrinking the US money supply; and it’s going down pretty dramatically. Sometime in the next year, the government’s going to be confronted with a dilemma: does it ramp up the money supply at the cost of possibly reigniting inflation…

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2023-04-23 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Mark Jeftovic

By Dennis Tubbergen | Apr 23, 2023 |

De-dollarization is happening now. I have no idea how long the US dollar will remain the world reserve currency, but it is coming unraveled at an alarming speed. A thought shared by this week’s guest on Retirement Lifestyle Advocates radio, Mr. Mark Jeftovic, in his conversation with your host Dennis Tubbergen. They also discuss the…

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2023-04-16 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Alasdair Macleod

By Dennis Tubbergen | Apr 16, 2023 |

When you look at the FDIC insurance programs that insure bank deposits, the deposit insurance reserve fund has about 170 billion in it to ensure $11 trillion of bank deposits. However, the idea that the insurance fund is there just to protect small depositors is very misleading. The primary duty of a modern central bank…

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2023-04-09 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Karl Denninger

By Dennis Tubbergen | Apr 9, 2023 |

The dislocation impact of excess currency creation has the currency markets in an extreme situation, such that the U.S. can no longer export our inflation. We’re likely to be much worse off than in 2008. Our guest this week, Mr. Karl Denninger, explains what’s happening with the US dollar and provides his take on the…

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2023-03-26 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Dr. A. Gary Shilling

By Dennis Tubbergen | Mar 26, 2023 |

“Bank regulators were really asleep at the switch. They had all the red flags for Silicon Valley Bank back in 2019. They raised concerns, but they never forced any actions. The rating agencies were asleep at the switch as well. They were rating Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank as investment grade securities right up…

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2023-03-19 Retirement Lifestyle Advocates Radio w/ Egon von Greyerz

By Dennis Tubbergen | Mar 19, 2023 |

Global debt is around 300 trillion today. At the beginning of this century, it was just under 100 trillion, and it’s gone up three times just in the last 20 years. And over the last 10 years, there’s been a massive growth in derivatives, now estimated to exceed $2 quadrillion. Don’t miss this week’s episode…

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