John Williams: Stocks, Bonds, Geopolitics, Stagflation, Economy, Gold

Goldseek Radio, Released on 6/22/23 (Recorded on 6/16/23)

John Williams from shadowstats, a widely admired economic thinktank, comments on the latest FOMC meeting minutes noting the potential for domestic stagflation.

0.30 – The Fed Funds Futures contract probabilities at the CME, suggest strong prob. of 1-2 rate hikes later in 2023.
4.01 – How willl the FOMC spare the domestic economy from the explosive rate hike policy.
5.11 – Risks in stocks and bonds.
6.08 – Inflation risk, perhaps approaching hyperinflation.
7.22 – How reliable are official economic metrics?
9.32 – Geopolitical risks and the economy.
10.20 – Stagflation.
12.01 – The benefits of physical gold.
13.12 – How will runaway inflation impact the nation?

Walter J. “John” Williams has been a private consulting economist and a specialist in government economic reporting for more than 30 years. His economic consultancy is called Shadow Government Statistics ( His early work in economic reporting led to front-page stories in The New York Times and Investor’s Business Daily. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics, cum laude, from Dartmouth College in 1971, and was awarded a master’s degree in business administration from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business Administration in 1972, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar.

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