It’s Not Just the U.S. Dollar…It’s the Death of Everything Warns Lynette Zang

Stansberry Research, Released on 7/21/23

The U.S. dollar has been under attack this year as foreign adversaries have shifted away
from the currency in an effort to unseat the dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency. Today, Daniela sat down with Lynette Zang, chief market analyst for ITM Trading. Lynette argues that the U.S. dollar is on a path toward losing its status as the king of global currencies. She says, “There is absolutely zero doubt in my mind that the U.S. dollar is losing its position as the world’s reserve currency, but I don’t really think that it will be a BRICS currency, any individual country, or a smaller group of countries that would take over that role.” Lynette also believes a recession is inevitable as the impact of the Fed’s aggressive rate-hike policy gradually sets into the economy. “We are just now starting to experience the lag effects of those rapid rate rises that came in 2022 through Q1 2023. We haven’t yet fully felt the impact,” she asserts. Lynette concludes by encouraging investors to explore the precious metals space in order to uncover safe-have assets. “There are opportunities, but you need to be in the right place at the right time holding the right asset so you can have that wealth transfer your way for a change,” she explains.

00:00 Lynette Zang introduction
3:01 The latest on a BRICS currency
5:30 “We will see a gold backing again”
7:27 Countries starting to bring their gold back home
9:41 U.S. dollars’ “best days” are numbered
12:41 Fed’s battle with market confidence
14:07 Yield curve is a recession warning
15:16 Is the banking crisis over?
18:43 Lynette’s advice to investors

Lynette Zang has held the position of Chief Market Analyst at ITM Trading since 2002. Ms. Zang has been in the markets on some level since 1964. Her mission is to convert financial noise into understandable language. She has been a banker, a stock broker and studied world currencies since 1987. She believes strongly that we need to be as independent as possible and at the same time, we need to come together in community in order to survive and thrive through the hyperinflation she sees in the near future.

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