Stansberry Research, Released on 8/19/22
There may be a housing squeeze forming in the U.S… “The Fed has hurt the housing market the most,” warns Nomi Prins, bestselling author and investigative journalist. When the Fed adjusts rates higher at an accelerated rate, “it inhibits the average homebuyer from purchasing a home.” A key shift is occurring for energy innovation that is forming, “positive and long-term trends,” across the spectrum. She concludes by predicting that markets will “react positively to this move back to neutral from the Fed,” with a slowdown in rate hikes that coincides with inflation decreasing.
00:00 Housing market sentiment
5:42 Inflation control
8:15 Innovation in energy sector
10:50 Fed’s efforts to curb rates
14:14 The trend of the U.S. stock
17:30 Which sectors look to benefit the most?
19:07 Why hasn’t gold rallied yet?
Nomi Prins is an American author, journalist, and Senior Fellow at Demos. She has worked as a managing director at Goldman-Sachs and as a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns, as well as having worked as a senior strategist at Lehman Brothers and analyst at the Chase Manhattan Bank. Prins is known for her books All the Presidents’ Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power and Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World.