Lyn Alden: Underinvestment To Result In Chronic Supply Shortages


Yesterday we sent you Part 1 of our interview with macro analyst Lyn Alden.

In it she explained why she sees the world heading into economic deceleration.

One where economic activity slows, perhaps even contracts — while the costs of living remain stubbornly high.

Here in Part 2, Lyn shines a spotlight on how chronic under-investment in the exploration & development for many key natural resources the economy needs — like energy, agriculture, and mining — has been going on for over a decade


And still remains the case to this day.

As a result, input prices will likely remain elevated for years & shortages will likely become more commonplace.

How will this impact our standard of living?

And does this trend offer any noteworthy investment opportunities?

For her take on these and more, watch Part 2 of our interview with Lyn Alden.

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Lyn Alden: The Economy Is Crashing Into Stagflation


Macro analyst Lyn Alden sees the world heading into economic deceleration.

One likely to mire us in stagflationary malaise.

Where the costs of living remain stubbornly high and economic activity slows — perhaps even contracts.

In such a world, financial asset prices will continue to fall. Home prices will correct. Companies will lay workers off. Prospects for nearly everyone will diminish.

Is this really what lies ahead?

If so, how long & how severe will this period be?

Hear her extremely pragmatic answers to these questions

by watching our new interview with Lyn Alden.