Kerry Lutz and James Locke discussed the current state of the market and the potential impact of rising interest rates, inflation, and other economic factors on investment strategies. They suggested that dividend-paying stocks and real estate may be good options for investors looking for a defensive posture. They also emphasized the importance of diversification and risk management in investment portfolios.

Additionally, they discussed the impact of low mortgages on reducing inventory and increasing inflation, as well as the possibility of a government shutdown and the need for better fiscal conservatism to curb inflation. Finally, they predicted that rates will not be cut further at the Fed's upcoming meeting, leading to a lower S&P 500 index.

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Kerry Lutz and David Wright discussed the recent decision by the Fed to not raise interest rates and its potential impact on the economy. They talked about concerns regarding the banking and financial sector, inflation, and the impact of rising gas prices. Wright suggested that shrinking the balance sheet is the best way to regulate inflation, rather than raising rates, and predicted that rate decreases could occur in September 2024.

They also discussed the impact of the UAW strike and the potential for increased unemployment and demand destruction. Additionally, they discussed tips for investing and saving in uncertain times, with Wright advising investors to focus on the purpose of their money and suggesting short-duration securities, treasuries, and bond-like instruments for income and stability. He also cautioned against chasing high dividends and warned that rate hikes can cut profits.

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  • Fed promises "higher for longer".
  • 10-year Treasury broke 4.5% this morning. 
  • Oil heading towards $100
  • Credit card losses are spiking and "excess savings" are now negative. 
  • Does all this guarantee a recession and equities bear market in 2024?
  • Texas is adding buses to take illegal migrants to NYC and Chicago. We could talk about the press conference AOC tried to hold in Manhattan...
  • UK just passed an "online safety" law that effectively criminalizes dissent. Template for what's coming here? 
  • Kennedy assassination attempt? (dare we say?)
  • WaPo poll gave Trump a 10% lead over Biden. The paper then disavowed its own poll. 

In this meeting, Kerry Lutz and John Rubino discuss a range of topics related to the economy, including the Fed's hawkish pause and its potential consequences, China's economic implosion and its impact on the global economy, the impact of green technology and automation on the economy, the military's purpose and culture, the Kennedy assassinations, and the potential consequences of flawed polling and voter fraud in the upcoming election. They highlight the precarious state of the economy and the potential risks that lie ahead, including a housing market crash, rising interest rates, and the impact of rising oil prices on the economy. They also discuss the limitations of electric cars and offshore wind, and how automation may lead to job loss and a shrinking social safety net.

Furthermore, they delve into the challenges the military faces in recruiting individuals from different backgrounds and the importance of having a reserve army of unemployed people. They express skepticism about the official explanations for the deaths of JFK and RFK and suggest that the CIA was involved in both cases. Finally, they discuss the potential consequences of flawed polling and voter fraud in the upcoming election, highlighting the need for fair and accurate election practices. Overall, the discussion highlights the need for caution and careful consideration of the potential risks and challenges facing the economy and society as a whole.

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Kerry Lutz and Eddie Yoon discussed various economic issues, including the student loan debt bubble and its impact on the economy, the potential long-term consequences of consumer debt, and the challenges facing the retail industry. They proposed solutions such as capping tuition, tying loan forgiveness to universities, and incentivizing universities to improve student outcomes and productivity. They also suggested that retailers should adapt to changing consumer preferences by following a Costco model and charging customers up front for a better experience. Overall, they emphasized the need for businesses and institutions to adapt to changing times and consumer preferences in order to survive and thrive.

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Matthew Johnson and Kerry Lutz discussed the uncertainty surrounding the Federal Reserve's decision to cut interest rates and its impact on the economy. They believe that low interest rates stimulate growth and that corporations are sitting on the sidelines due to high interest rates. They also discussed the possibility of a recession and the Federal Reserve's reluctance to cut rates too early, as well as the telltale signals that indicate a recession is coming.

The group also discussed the challenges of understanding the financial statements of large banks and the need for due diligence in choosing a bank. They emphasized the importance of diversification to manage risk and the potential for government guarantees and printing money to prevent a banking sector collapse.

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Kerry Lutz and Chris Markowski discussed various topics related to financial planning, health, and inflation. They highlighted the impact of inflation on everyday Americans, including rising costs of groceries, gasoline, and electricity, and stressed the need for free market solutions. They also discussed the importance of managing finances realistically, cutting expenses, and avoiding debt traps.

Additionally, they emphasized the need for good health and investing in oneself to increase income. They concluded by discussing the need for a life-long commitment to health and financial well-being, and the importance of taking the first step towards achieving these goals.

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Kerry Lutz interviewed Zev Freidus, a former product marketing manager who transitioned into real estate and used technology to build a successful business. Freidus shared how he quit his day job to focus on real estate and used his background in technology to generate leads through a website and search engine optimization. They discussed the importance of using technology to reach a wider audience and revolutionize the real estate industry. They also discussed the differences in work ethic between New York and Florida, the current state of competition in the real estate industry, and the complexities of lead generation and monetization in the real estate industry.

Furthermore, Kerry and Zev delved into the complexities of the Florida real estate market, discussing the impact of high interest rates, low inventory, and the homestead laws. They also touched on the issue of insurance and the impact of taxes on people's decisions to move to Florida. Despite the challenges, they believe that Florida real estate is still more affordable than other major cities in the US, and that the lack of income tax is a major draw for many people. They also discussed the future of Florida's real estate market, with Kerry expressing concern about the potential limits to growth and Zev offering a more optimistic outlook.

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Kerry and Carl analyzed the current state of the auto industry, discussing the impact of the pandemic and supply chain challenges on profits, recent union strikes, and the need for a balance between worker demands and the long-term strategy of the company. They also discussed the future of the industry, highlighting the inevitability of EVs and autonomous driving, Tesla's dominance in software and technology, and the need for legacy car companies to adapt to the changing industry. Additionally, they discussed the adversarial relationship between the Big Three and their labor union, suggesting that both sides need to work together for the survival of the company, not just their own interests.

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Kerry Lutz and RJ Burr discussed the importance of oil in modern society and its impact on commodity prices. Burr argued that there is no feasible replacement for oil yet and that energy is the bedrock of all society. They also discussed the impact of Trump's policies and COVID-19 on the oil industry, with Burr explaining how COVID-19 created acquisition opportunities for oil companies. The speakers emphasized the potential for long-term revenue and tax benefits of investing in oil, and recommended visiting their website for a basic education on the oil industry and tax benefits.

Additionally, Lutz and Burr discussed the benefits of buying producing fields in salt domes due to lack of competition and the fact that they were the original oil fields. They also talked about how traditional oil drilling is still effective and how they are going into fields that weren't developed and developing them. Burr explained that they drill traditional wells the same way they were drilled a hundred years ago and that they are standing behind their guarantee to answer any questions about their work. Overall, they made a compelling case for investing in oil and highlighted the advantages of doing so.

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Kerry Lutz and Craig Hemke discussed various economic issues, including the impact of Fed rate cuts on the dollar index and metals, the rise of part-time jobs in the gig economy, and the failing banking system. They also talked about China's currency collapse, the disparity in the price of silver between Shanghai and New York/London, and the struggles of emerging markets due to their collapsing currencies. The speakers emphasized the importance of considering the eventuality of the trillions of debt and debt service costs, and how this will impact the current economic structure. They also discussed the end of the debt-based monetary system and the potential implications for the global markets, including the devaluation of currencies and the need for physical gold and silver.

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Kerry Lutz and the Russell Stone discussed the impact of inflation on the economy, predicting a decrease in demand for non-essential items and a drop in prices. They also discussed the deflationary cycle and how it will squeeze out unnecessary credit in the system. The group also talked about the impact of high oil prices on the economy and how people will adapt to changes.

They also had a disagreement on Biden's performance, with Kerry praising him and the conference room highlighting his failures. The group discussed strategies for protecting wealth during uncertain times, suggesting accumulating real money, avoiding unnecessary debt, and investing in government-backed money market accounts. They emphasized the need to be proactive and avoid unnecessary market exposure.

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In a meeting between Kerry Lutz and Reuben Mettinson, founder of Puli Trading, Reuben explains that their forex trading system is based on transparency, regulation, and a complex algorithm that uses three different types of trading strategies across eight different currency pairs. The system has achieved a 33% gain over the past nine months, with a high risk-to-reward ratio. Reuben emphasizes the importance of risk management, including a tight stop loss on every trade, and being aware of the risks involved in investing.

The algorithm took five months of full-time work with developers and mathematical prodigies to create, and is highly selective and focused on quality over quantity. Interested parties can find out more about their trading system on their website.

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David Stryzewski, a financial expert, discusses the current market situation and predicts that inflation is back and here to stay due to rising oil and gasoline prices. He advises investors to be cautious and patient, and to consider buying low and selling high, and dollar cost averaging. Stryzewski suggests investing in precious metals, particularly silver and copper, due to their increasing demand in the market.

He warns against investing in bonds and suggests finding alternative investment options. Stryzewski also predicts a decrease in real estate prices due to rising interest rates and a decrease in supply and demand. He emphasizes the importance of understanding risk management strategies and protocols in investing, particularly for those nearing retirement.

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Eric Hadik joined us for an update on markets. He previously called for weakness in share markets and sees that trend continuing with sell-offs and rebounds in the year ahead. Gold will stay subdued until the dollar starts to gradually decline, which should be later in 2024. The dollar will start to feel the pressure when the BRICS plans start to take hold and others look for an "anti-dollar." Again later next year. Oil should be hitting its intermediate high shortly. Eric had called for higher prices during our last sit-down and the market appears to be cooperating with prices trading at 2023 highs. 

Interest rates are due for a peak and a partial retracement until next year when they resume their move higher. 

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Kerry Lutz and John Rubino discussed a range of topics. They talked about the changing landscape of private sector unions and their ability to strike for higher wages, as well as the potential for inflation due to wage increases. They suggested that companies should offer stock options to employees as a way to align their interests with management and moderate demands.

The speakers also discussed the potential for wage inflation to spook the Fed into staying tighter for longer and the impact of rising interest rates in Japan on the country's budget. They also touched on the negative effects of higher interest rates on banks and the majority of the population who rely on cheap debt.

The conversation then shifted to the profitability of lifestyle diseases for various industries, including Big Pharma, Big Food, and the government. They discussed the causes of the obesity epidemic and how it has led to the creation of drugs resulting in a gold rush for pharmaceutical companies. Additionally, they mentioned the profitability of chemotherapy and the lack of correlation between its usage and efficacy, and suggested that a results-based payment system could be more effective.

The speakers also discussed the potential sinister motives behind Bill Gates' funding of tree burying to sequester carbon, questioning why old trees are being cut down and buried instead of being left to take carbon out of the air. Finally, they analyzed the 5th Circuit ruling against government sponsorship and censoring of Big Tech, which partially affirmed Judge Darry Dowd's ruling and stated that the US government is violating the 1st Amendment.

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The interview discussed the potential of gold as an investment and its performance compared to stocks and bonds. David emphasized the importance of gold in preserving wealth and the interest of central banks in buying gold. Kerry brought up the new gold rush in anti-obesity medicines and the market caps of companies producing them. The group discussed the potential side effects of anti-obesity medicines and the importance of exercise and healthy eating habits.

The meeting also covered the importance of health and financial health. David discussed the three categories of investments accessible to most people: precious metals, land, and art. He recommended a balanced investment portfolio strategy called The Permanent Portfolio, which includes bonds, stocks, real estate, precious metals, and other miscellaneous investments.

Kerry mentioned a stock-based portfolio called the Lazy Portfolio ETF, which has a net return of about 6.5% per year compounded over 25 years. The meeting also discussed the historical and current value of gold as a means of preserving wealth and protecting against inflation, as well as the potential failure of the BRICS currency due to the differing cultures, work ethics, and productive capacities of the countries involved. Finally, David announced a special offer for his subscribers, which includes a free report and a one-on-one consultation with him.

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Kerry Lutz interviewed Alex Jarbo about his experience running luxury short-term vacation rentals and investing in rural mountain markets. They discussed the challenges of the market, including rumors of market saturation, and how Alex has overcome them by treating vacation rentals like a business and going multi-platform. Alex shared his strategies for obtaining clients' contact information and remarketing to them through direct booking sites.

They also discussed the importance of insurance and handling customer complaints in the short-term vacation rental market. Alex suggested investing in mountain markets that aren't ski resorts, as they tend to be less seasonal, and recommended looking at the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Smoky Mountains. He also discussed the importance of finding a vacation rental cleaning company that specializes in vacation rentals and can handle maintenance and inventory, as well as virtual assistants who can handle messaging and guest inquiries.

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Kerry Lutz interviews Walter about retirement planning in a pension-less society. Walter explains that individuals are now more responsible for their own retirement outcomes, but may be less prepared due to a lack of education and understanding. He introduces his book, The 5th Option, which aims to make retirement planning more accessible by turning academic research into a story form. They discuss the four frustrating options of traditional financial planning for retirement income and introduce the 5th and 6th options, which are to create more income with fewer dollars and to have a secondary career during retirement, respectively.

They also explore the benefits and drawbacks of investing in real estate for retirement income and emphasize the importance of creating passive income to replace active income during retirement. Kerry and Walter discuss the changing nature of work and retirement, noting that people are living longer and have more interests beyond their careers. They emphasize the importance of finding work that is at the intersection of what you're good at, what the world needs, what you can get paid to do, and what you're passionate about.

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Kerry Lutz and Herman DeBoard discussed the negative impact of current administration policies on small businesses, including the B genomics program and inflation. They suggested that more funding should be directed towards small businesses to help them grow and stimulate the economy. They also discussed the lack of support for small businesses and the potential for another wave of the pandemic and lockdowns.

Additionally, they touched on the debate around a green economy and the challenges of transitioning to one without the necessary infrastructure in place. The two also debated the likelihood of future lockdowns and discussed potential solutions, including opening up more funding and reducing interest rates. They expressed skepticism about the government's ability to effectively distribute funds and promoted Herman's website for those interested in learning more about his company.

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this interview, Kerry Lutz and Joseph Reinke discussed the challenges of investing in an uncertain economic climate and the importance of managing risk and setting realistic goals. They emphasized the need to focus on increasing assets and debt over time while prioritizing short-term goals such as paying off debt or saving for a down payment on a house. The concept of human capital was also discussed, and Reinke's algorithms were highlighted as a tool to quantify the risk associated with different income streams and educational investments.

The importance of education and its impact on financial stability was also explored, with a focus on the potential return on investment for courses and degrees. The value of learning basic information and pursuing non-traditional education paths was also emphasized, highlighting the benefits of exploring alternative education paths and learning new skills to increase opportunities and income.

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Kerry Lutz and Eddie Siddell discussed the recent GDP print of 2.1% and its impact on the Fed's monetary policy. Eddie Siddell believes that the Fed will raise rates by 25 basis points and maybe one more, even though it's lagging. The discussion also touched on the impact of the upcoming election on the Fed's decision-making process. Eddie Siddell expressed concern about the debt at all-time record highs across the board, including credit card debt, revolving debt, and student loans.

They also discussed the impact of rising costs on everyday Americans and how to prepare for the "silent recession." Eddie suggested hedging bets with risk-off investments like treasury bonds and precious metals, while Kerry asked how individuals can personally prepare for the inevitable economic downturn. They also discussed specific sectors that may be good plays, such as utilities and healthcare. Overall, the conversation provided practical advice for individuals looking to weather the economic storm.

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