Few experts I interview generate as much controversy as macro analyst David Hunter.
He’s a contrarian by nature, and so is most comfortable when his forecasts differ extremely from the consensus view.
And despite today’s grim macro outlook of spiking inflation, rising cost of debt, a struggling consumer & inverted yield curves predicting recession – he’s doubling down on his forecast that the S&P will leap higher by 40-50% over the coming 3-6 months.
And if that’s not a bold enough prediction for you, he’s then calling for the markets to fall soon afterwards by up to 80%, as the biggest financial crisis in US history takes place.
Can the prediction of such massive moves be credible?
Well, agree with it or not, there’s a rationale underlying David’s convictions.
To learn it, as well as which assets he predicts will fare best if his coming meltup indeed occurs, watch this just-released interview with David Hunter.