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Matthew Piepenberg

Matthew Piepenberg Articles

Once again, the US is facing a recession which Main Street feels, Wall Street whistles past, and DC simply denies. Below, we look at these recessionary forces and delusional policy makers in the context of blunt-speak rather than Fed-speak...
In this 30-minute conversation with Elijah Johnson of Liberty Finance, Matterhorn Asset Management principal, Matthew Piepenburg, discusses the recent Fed rate hike and its broader implications for global markets in general and the gold...
Many are asking about Gold’s rise, or better yet: When, how and why it will rise? Toward this end, cold data in the face of historical facts and current recessionary realities will make gold’s rise easier to grasp.
As repeated in numerous articles and interviews, global central banks in general, and the Fed’s Jerome Powell in particular, have placed themselves and the global markets and economy in a trap from which there is no escape short of biting...
The current and open fraud regarding the paper gold price in the COMEX market is now as plain to see as the open desperation in the global financial system, which is unraveling in real-time all around us.
As central bankers play checkers on a global debt chessboard, we see below how policy hypocrisy, worsening monetary options, failed diplomacy, tanking bonds, rising rates, debt addiction, mismanaged sanctions, de-dollarization and a shift...
The Western financial system and world reserve currency is now in open decline. Just two years ago, I wrote a book warning that Western markets in general, and US markets in particular, were Rigged to Fail.
Not long ago, I wrote a piece on why gold was not rising. As I said then, and will repeat again now, gold’s then-yawning price moves in an otherwise ideal inflationary and negative real rate environment was just a momentary calm before the...
Critical warning signs from the credit and rates markets are being ignored by tough-talking experts while gold bides its time before it rises in a global financial crisis mathematically too sick to save.
Numerous animal metaphors (hawk, dove to goat) are employed below to make sense of an otherwise imploding financial “barnyard.” Among such squawking beasts, two financial elites from Goldman Sachs and Bridgewater are making the latest...

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