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My best friend’s 5-year-old is very picky. She won’t eat a strawberry if it’s the wrong size or has a scratch and she refuses to bite into an apple that isn’t sliced just the way she likes it. I’m telling her that she must learn to live and enjoy the imperfect world she lives in or she’ll drive herself and the people around her crazy.

People will complain and moan about anything under the sun, and if they can’t find something that’s just not right, they’ll make it up.

If there’s one thing everyone can agree is worth addressing and raising our voice about, it is price inflation; that’s not a silly complaint and no one is acting like a spoiled brat, by becoming concerned over this surge in prices for just about anything.

In a consumer economy, if there’s one way to make voters question their loyalty, it is inflation:


After the worst inflation reading in 39 years, Biden’s approval ratings are getting squashed right now!

Democrats control the White House, the Senate, and the House of Representatives, a “Blue Sweep,” but this year, the midterm elections are scheduled for the second half of the year. One thing history tells us is that the U.S. has never had 5%+ CPI readings without a subsequent recession, so if the country wants to avoid a brutal and painful contraction, it must solve the supply issue, and that is mostly a matter of government policy, not FED interest rates.

If Biden doesn’t want to find himself presiding over a colossal defeat, he must make sure his administration changes its healthcare policy so that ports work at full capacity, logistics are operating at maximum efficiency, and prices find equilibrium because most of the problem is supply.

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    Goldman Sachs believes that the FED is realizing just how unprecedented their actions were in March and April 2020 and throughout the 6 months following that.

    Goldman Sachs believes that the FED must continue to raise rates well above what the market thinks it will.

    Wall Street thinks that the FED ought to raise rates all the way to 2.5%, a level that we haven’t seen in over 15 years!

    After all, Jamie Dimon just implied the FED ought to raise rates 6 times this year alone!

    This past Saturday, my friend wanted his girl to swim a full-length pool for the first time in her life. He prepared her for the feat but she couldn’t get it done, and while she didn’t want to quit, he could see how tired she was and that this wasn’t going to happen today without some miracle.

    He told her that resting isn’t quitting and that she doesn’t have to accomplish everything in one day. The body has limits and the muscles get tired, as does the mind, so coming back anew is a natural solution, not an admission of defeat.

    Investors are tired, beaten down, and in pain unless their portfolio was only comprised of the top 10 biggest companies in the world. Because of this, many of them who have already lost so much are not in the mood to buy stocks.

    They’re exhausted and would much rather “wait and see” than double down for the 10th time this year only to see the floor drop beneath them again.


    So, even though there’s nothing different about this dip than any other dip during your lifetime, they’re all buying opportunities by definition. We believe that buyers won’t rush back in this time, and that is great for gold.

    Not only are stocks weak, but the dollar is also slipping below its 100-DMA without anyone noticing:

    Courtesy:, Bloomberg

    Remember, rates hikes equaled dollar weakness the last time around as well!

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