I sat down with Lynette Zang, on October 25, 2022, to discuss the current macro situation, as well as her outlook on the future of interest rates, the economy, the stock market, gold, silver, and even bonds.
Lynette told me that the FED pivot is not happening soon, and that the likelihood of bond yields continuing to rally is rather high. She thinks that the problems that we’re having with the liquidity in the treasury bonds market is what will make the FED pivot.
She expects something to change in the system sooner rather than later.
Interestingly enough, when I asked Lynette what the current situation in the market reminds her the most of, she told me it was a lot like the industrial revolution.
Lynette Zang also thinks that the current currency regime is going away and will be replaced by a new system. More specifically, she thinks that system might be the CBDC, the Central Bank Digital Currency. She told me that is a much worse system and could lead to a social credits system, which does not sound like fun.
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