March 11, 2022 – In today's Big Picture segment, Jim Puplava explains the perfect storm of events all colliding simultaneously and in the coming months when it comes to energy, inflation, growing food shortages and war. This is not an 'end of the world' warning but, as we argue, a sober assessment of the difficulties that lie ahead that we should be prepared for. First, we speak with Frank Barbera to get his technical outlook on the market and also interview well-known energy analyst Robert Rapier to get his view on the energy space, the price of oil, and whether this is still a good area to invest.
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Mentioned in today's show:
The Perfect Financial Storm (prediction of tech bubble collapse, published July 2000)
The Coming Rogue Wave (discussion on asymmetric warfare and growing risks of a terrorist attack on American soil, published November 2000)
The Next Big Thing (call for next major bull market cycle in commodities, published April 2002)
The End of Money (prediction of a massive inflationary wave, call to move back into commodities and hard assets, published April 2020): "The price of gold is already sniffing out the inflationary wave that lies ahead...as inflation picks up, it’ll be necessary to switch over to hard assets...real estate, raw materials, agriculture."
From Supply Glut to Energy Shock (forecast for another energy crisis to sweep the globe, published May 2020): "Few see this or acknowledge it, but the next black swan is likely to be an oil shock or a major geopolitical event..."
Book Interview: The Great Demographic Reversal: Ageing Societies, Waning Inequality, and an Inflation Revival
It's Time to Prepare for an Emergency Crisis. Here Are Five Steps to Take Right Away
Commodities at Cheapest Levels in 100 Years, Says Adam Rozencwajg
Louis Gave on Europe's Twin Crises and Investing in the Age of Shortages
Bloomberg Chief US Economist Anna Wong on Oil Shock, Getting to Double-Digit Inflation, and More