Alien Threats A Facade to Justify Spending Bonanza warns Edward Dowd

Stansberry Research, Released on 6/12/23

“An alien threat is a government spending bonanza,” claims Edward Dowd, founding partner of Phinance Technologies. He also warns that central bank digital currencies could give the government more control over people’s money and freedom, adding more economic chaos to today’s bear market. And as economic conditions worsen, the U.S. dollar is “at an endgame” and the government would need to introduce a new financial system, he explains. In order to survive this ongoing turmoil, Dowd advises investors to seek opportunities in cash. “People at the maximum amount of fear will want to sell everything. You have to fight that fear,” he claims. Finally, he says that de-dollarization is unlikely to happen given the dollar’s dominance in global trade. “So the dollar system, if it fails, will fail up, meaning it will destroy the rest of the globe before it destroys us,” he concludes.

00:00 Yellen’s comments on banks consolidation
04:13 Fed meeting
6:34 CBDC
7:52 Why is CBDC so terrifying?
9:11 New financial system
10:33 Aliens
12:59 Sectors that Edward likes
13:58 De-dollarization
15:10 RFK Jr.

Edward Dowd is currently a Founding Partner of Phinance Technologies, a global macro alternative investment firm. He is also author of the new book, “Cause Unknown: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 & 2022.” Edward has worked on Wall Street most of his career, spanning both credit markets and equity markets. Some of the firms he worked for include HSBC, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette and Independence Investments. Most notably, he worked at Blackrock as a portfolio manager where he managed a $14 billion Growth equity portfolio for ten years. After BlackRock, he founded OceanSquare Asset Management with two former BlackRock colleagues.

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