Commodities & US Dollar Key Safe Havens Right Now | Rabobank’s Michael Every

Yesterday we shared with you Part 1 of our interview with global strategist Michael Every.

In it, he explained why the geopolitical world order is Balkanizing – a process started before, but dramatically exacerbated, by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

He predicts the shock waves will disrupt trade, political alliances, financial markets, and the flow of the world’s critical resources.

So, what steps should we regular investors be taking now in preparation?

To hear his answers, watch Part 2 of our interview with Michael Every.

Commodity-Backed Currencies To Challenge Dollar Yen & Euro?

The war in Ukraine may be a more destabilizing event than many realize.

According to GoldMoney’s head of Research Alasdair Macleod, it may be accelerating the evolution of a new monetary system comprised of commodity-backed currencies.

Alasdair predicts such a regime will favor countries like Russia and China, and threaten to fully expose the worsening problem of purchasing power devaluation that afflicts the current major world fiat currencies – like the dollar, yen & Euro.

Could such a momentous transition really be underway?

And if so, what will the implications be?

For a discussion that goes deep into the details, watch this fascinating new interview with Alasdair Macleod.

Ready For The 30-Year Commodity Mega-Trend?

Yesterday we presented Part 1 of our interview with resource & political expert David Knight Legg.

It was one of the most thought-provoking conversations we’ve yet had about the criticality of energy to the economy & geopolitical power — and the many dangers of getting national energy policy wrong.

Here in Part 2, David returns to share with us the mega-trend that he thinks will most define the next 30 years: the raising of 1.5 billion people out of energy poverty.

That’s nearly 1 in 4 people alive on the planet today.

The scale of increasing demand this will place on the world’s commodities, especially fuels, is so large it’s hard to comprehend.

To hear one of the best arguments for making hard assets an important part of your portfolio, watch Part 2 of our interview with David Knight Legg.

If after watching the video you want to read the article that inspired this interview, click here.