Is Deflation Around The Corner?

Founder @ Matterhorn Asset Management & GoldSwitzerland
February 7, 2022

Is deflation around the corner for investors? Geopolitics is becoming more and more decisive for daily events. Sweden fears an attack by Russia and it is indeed becoming more and more likely that at least Ukraine and Taiwan will be attacked. We are in a war cycle that will continue for years. Under these circumstances, stocks are holding up well so far, but confidence is fading and cracks in the bull market are beginning to appear. Investors are getting scared. Interest rate hikes are on the horizon in the U.S., but how likely is it that a textbook approach will be taken? The market and investors are addicted to cheap credit and its absence will lead to collapse. That said, long-term interest rates have probably seen their low, bond price declines and much more money creation are the likely result. The broad stock market, with exceptions, will not be a good investment either. Are we on course for a full deflationary panic, or is there more to the story? Egon von Greyerz sits down with Investor Talk to answer these questions and more.

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Egon von Greyerz – Founder and Managing Partner of Matterhorn Asset Management (MAM) and GoldSwitzerland based in Zurich. Egon forecasted the present problems in the world economy already in 2002 when he recommended to investors to allocate 50% of assets into physical gold (at $300) stored outside the banking system. Egon began as a banker in Geneva and was thereafter Finance Director and Vice-Chairman of a FTSE 100 company in the UK.  He makes regular media appearances  on CNBC, BBC and King World News and speaks at investment conferences around the world. MAM (founded in 1999), specialises in wealth preservation. GoldSwitzerland buys, sells, transfers and stores physical precious metals for private investors and institutions outside the banking system. His website is www.goldswitzerland.com


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