Lyn Alden: Disinflation, Recession, & Energy Crisis

Liberty and Finance, Released on 8/15/22

Disinflation is here amid a recession, says Lyn Alden, founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategies. Inflation will remain above interest rates for the most part, she says. The U.S. national debt will not be paid off in real terms, therefore, since debt holders will be repaid in devalued Dollars. She expects inflation adjusted 5-10-year returns for the stock market to not be great as the stock market moves sideways and inflation rages. Precious metals offer a hedge against negative real yields, she says.

0:00 Intro
1:44 Inflation & recession
5:35 Petroleum reserves
9:14 Fed policy
12:15 Stock market
14:40 Debt repayment
16:17 China’s debt holdings
19:48 Dollar rally
22:43 Bear market
25:22 Cash holdings
26:34 Energy crisis
28:42 Humanitarian crisis
29:39 Inflation Reduction Act
33:29 Precious metals
35:45 Is Jewelry money?
37:32 Lyn Alden online
38:00 Miles Franklin

Lyn Alden is the founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy. Lyn has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management, with a focus on engineering economics and financial modeling. She worked as an electrical engineer at an aviation facility, and over the course of a decade worked her way up from being an intern to being the lead engineer and running the day-to-day operations and finances of the facility, before retiring early at age 33 with financial independence. Since then, Lyn has been a full-time investor and independent analyst.

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