278: How The Fed Is Corrupting America with Dr. Chris Martenson

How The Fed Is Corrupting America with Dr. Chris Martenson

by Keith Weinhold | Get Rich Education

You’re affected by interest rates and inflation as both a consumer and real estate investor.

A 50% return is not necessarily risky:  I review the 5 Ways Real Estate Pays You and pass it through a new filter.

Dr. Chris Martenson joins us to discuss how The Fed manipulates monetary policy and interest rates by running up staggering debt levels.

To solve our problems, can we just keep printing money and paving over the world with dollars?

Interest rates are artificially low.

Why you’re in a Fed-induced bubble.

Chris tells us why Fed Chair Jerome Powell is a liar.

When the credit cycle bursts, everyday people will be harmed. 

Chris thinks the next crisis will be twice as bad 2008. 

Solutions: have multiple income streams, cash, and real assets.

Join Chris and PeakProsperity.com for their annual seminar May 1st to 3rd, 2020 in Sebastopol, CA. 

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