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Zach Scheidt sat down with yours truly at the Watergate Hotel to talk shop. June 12, 2024 | Jim Rick

Zach Scheidt sat down with yours truly at the Watergate Hotel to talk shop. June 12, 2024 [WEBSITE]( | [UNSUBSCRIBE]( Jim Rickards’ Banker Predicts Inflation Wrecks Democrats SEAN RING Dear Reader, Speaking with Zach Scheidt is always a pleasure. His ability to explain and articulate his views is second to none. He’s also one of those people who genuinely cares not only about his subscribers but John Q. Public, who’s suffering - the correct verb - all this inflation and taxation. I had the chance to sit with Zach at the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C. three weeks ago - we kept that quiet, didn’t we? - and he was as giving as ever. I’ve summarized the key points below, but I’d love for you to go to our [Paradigm Press YouTube]( channel and watch the entire chat. Just click that link, and away you go. Set the video speed to 1.5x, so you’ll be done in under 14 minutes and lose none of the key points. Here’s my summary of Zach’s big themes. Middle America Rampant inflation, characterized by a sustained increase in the general price level of goods and services in an economy over time, will significantly impact the economy, families, and investors. This will lead to political instability and a shift in support toward Trump. Inflation harms the average family in Middle America and impacts the economy and investors differently. The Democrat Party's promises to help the working class haven’t worked out at all, and rampant inflation will further harm Middle America. Inflation is a major concern affecting the economy and investors, with profit potential for investors and negative impacts for consumers and families. High inflation puts financial strain on predominantly middle- and lower-income families, who struggle to afford the necessities even if the inflation rate decreases. Prices are rising rapidly, putting families under financial strain. Even if the inflation rate were to decline, it would still be difficult for them to afford food, shelter, and gas. High inflation levels are outpacing wage increases, putting families under financial strain. Inflation Inflation affects middle- and lower-income families more than affluent families. Those with assets, like homes and stock portfolios, offset the effects of inflation. Those without assets are hit hard as each dollar buys less and less. Inflation benefits the government by reducing the impact of trillions of dollars in debt, creating a perverse incentive to allow inflation to keep rising. Central bankers set 2% inflation targets because they fear a deflationary spiral, which occurs when prices go down due to weak economic activity, leading to ever-lower prices for goods and services. Low demand for goods and services, caused by a lack of money from job losses or pay cuts, will lead to deflation, which Keynesian economists think is bad. But I bet some young people would love to see house prices drop! [Make These 3 Money Moves Before Biden STEALS Billions June 13]( Hundreds of billions of dollars could be [STOLEN any day now…]( In fact it could happen as soon as Thursday, June 13th. Biden has made a move that cannot be reversed… And as a result, America will never be the same. [Click here to make these 3 money moves in order to prepare.]( [Click Here To Learn More]( Trump in November Here’s where I disagree with Zach: He says the Federal Reserve won't cut interest rates before the election. Jerome Powell is unlikely to cut before the election because of the lack of progress on inflation and the Fed's desire to avoid appearing political. This is part of the reason Zach believes Trump will win in November: the impact of inflation on lower-income families. Zach says economic mismanagement may lead to working-class voters shifting towards Trump, causing political instability and a loss of support for the Democrats. Biden’s Executive and Congress’ Legislative branches have mismanaged the economy, causing hardship for the working class, and political instability in Washington will likely lead to the Democrats losing support. Inflation affects the economy and voter base, with working-class and lower-income voters shifting toward Trump. At the same time, the academic elite will likely remain with Biden regardless of economic conditions. Biden's main base won’t remain loyal because of poor economic conditions. So, what’s a good way to take advantage of this? Shiny Stuff and Base… Gold, silver, and copper are suitable investments due to rising inflation. Copper, in high demand for electric vehicles and infrastructure, presents a promising investment opportunity. This is a good time for copper investments, especially in stocks like Freeport McMoran (FCX), which boasts efficient production and benefits from the increasing prices of copper, gold, and silver. Copper is in high demand for industrial production, especially for electric vehicles and infrastructure projects. Due to government stimulus plans, it could continue to trade higher in a weak economy, making it an excellent time to own copper investments. Freeport is a good stock known for copper production, but it also mines silver and gold as byproducts, which helps cover operating costs and increases profits. Due to the increasing prices of copper, gold, and silver, Freeport's production is efficient and valuable, making the company's stock worth more even if it doesn't generate more profit. Ensuring a diversified portfolio with commodity investments is a prudent strategy to mitigate risks from inflation and interest rate changes. Zach’s Latest Read Zach’s current read, All Weather Trader, is a valuable resource for understanding these themes. The book discusses the importance of diversifying your investment portfolio, which involves spreading your investments across different assets and strategies to reduce risk. This strategy can help generate income regardless of market conditions. Investing in commodity markets and diversifying your portfolio can help offset risks and potential losses in dividend stocks due to inflation and interest rate changes. Wrap Up Zach predicts that rampant inflation will significantly impact the Democrats, a critical investor insight. It’s always a pleasure to hear Zach’s views, and I hope you enjoy [the interview](. Remember, if you watch it at 1.5x speed, you’ll be done in under 14 minutes and lose none of the key points. Have a great day! All the best, Sean Ring Editor, Rude Awakening X (formerly Twitter): [@seaniechaos]( Rate this email Like Dislike Thanks for rating this content! Looks like something went wrong. Please try to rate again. In Case You Missed It… Right Turn, Claude! SEAN RING John Ring, philosopher-truck driver emeritus, loves old Clint Eastwood movies. Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, you name it. He likes it. But what makes him laugh his ass off every time is Every Which Way But Loose and Any Which Way You Can, two of Clint’s movies from what I call his “Burt Reynolds period.” Clint played Philo Beddoe, a bare-knuckle boxer with an orangutan named Clyde for a pet – or buddy. Whenever he needs Clyde to hit someone for him, he says, “Right Turn, Clyde!” and Clyde knocks the enemy out. As I alluded to in yesterday’s Rude, Claude Q. Eurotrash has had enough of Europe’s piss-poor status quo. Claude went to the polls Sunday night and gave Manny Macron and Olaf Scholz an ass-kicking they will never forget. The results show a monumental shift in Europe's political landscape. Far-right parties – or the “Right So Far” parties – gained bigly across several key member states. This shift reflects a broader trend of rising nationalism and conservatism across the continent, challenging the traditional leftist political order and hopefully signaling a new era in European politics. In a remarkable show, far-right parties swept the elections, unseating many incumbents and altering the political dynamics in Europe. This shift was most pronounced in France and Germany, where Marine Le Pen's National Rally and the Alternative for Germany (AfD) saw unprecedented support. Let’s get to the nitty gritty. France Marine Le Pen's National Rally achieved a historic victory, capturing 31.5% of the vote. This result has humbled President Emmanuel Macron's party and led to the dissolution of the French parliament and the scheduling of fresh national elections for June 30. Delicious! This outcome marks the highest support the National Rally has ever received in a national vote. Macron's dissolution of the parliament demonstrates the severity of the political crisis in France. With the National Rally's victory, there’s an anticipated shift in domestic policies, mainly focusing on immigration, national identity, and economic reforms aimed at benefiting French citizens primarily. This shift may also impact France's stance in the EU, potentially leading to more stringent negotiations on EU policies and reforms. Germany The AfD finished second in Germany, ahead of Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s Social Democratic Party (SPD). This outcome is a major setback for the ruling coalition, prompting significant political introspection within Germany. The AfD's strong performance highlights growing discontent with the current government's policies, particularly concerning immigration and economic issues. The rise of the AfD in Germany signals a significant shift in the country's political landscape. The AfD's policies, often seen as eurosceptic and nationalist, will likely challenge the current government's approach to EU integration and immigration policies. This change will lead to a more fragmented political environment in Germany, with increased national sovereignty and economic protectionism debates. Broader European Impact The results indicate a broader trend towards conservative and far-right ideologies across the continent. The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group and the Identity and Democracy (ID) group have increased their representation, signaling a shift towards more nationalist and eurosceptic policies within the European Parliament. Italy and Spain Matteo Salvini's League party and Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy performed strongly in Italy, consolidating their influence within the right-wing coalition. Similarly, Spain saw the rise of Vox, which has doubled its seats, reflecting a growing appetite for hardline policies on immigration and national sovereignty. The success of these parties in Italy and Spain underscores a growing trend towards right-wing populism. Remember, when it comes from the left, it’s democracy. When it comes from the right, it’s populism. These parties advocate stronger borders, reduced immigration, and reevaluating their countries' roles within the EU. In Italy, Salvini and Meloni's influence is expected to push the government towards more nationalist policies, potentially challenging EU regulations on budgetary constraints and immigration. In Spain, Vox's rise indicates a significant shift in public sentiment, leading to more assertive national security and cultural identity policies. Eastern Europe Countries like Hungary and Poland, which have already leaned towards nationalist policies, have further entrenched their positions. The ruling parties in both countries, Fidesz in Hungary and Law and Justice (PiS) in Poland, secured significant victories, reinforcing their mandates to pursue their respective conservative agendas. In Hungary, Viktor Orbán's Fidesz party continues to dominate, advocating strong national sovereignty and resistance to the EU's central policies, particularly regarding immigration and judicial reforms. Poland's PiS also maintains its stronghold, emphasizing traditional values and skepticism towards EU interference in domestic affairs. These outcomes suggest that Eastern Europe will continue challenging EU policies, advocating for greater national autonomy and resistance to liberal EU directives. [Your Credit Card: Declined?]( Take a moment and picture this scenario: The line at the gas pump is getting longer as you insert your credit card for the second time. It’s not just you. Everyone is declined. Something doesn’t seem right. A sinking feeling sets in as you realize something has gone terribly wrong. [Click here now for an urgent new prediction from a former advisor to the CIA and Pentagon.]( [Click Here To Learn More]( Implications for the EU The results of the 2024 European Parliament elections have several implications for the future of the European Union. With the increased presence of far-right and conservative MEPs, policies on immigration, border control, and national sovereignty will become more stringent. This shift could lead to more friction within the EU, especially on issues like asylum seekers and integration policies. The European People's Party (EPP) remains the largest group, but its dominance is now challenged by the growing influence of the far-right and conservatives. Thankfully, Ursula von der Leyen’s bid for a second term as Commission President will face significant hurdles, perhaps eliminating her from contention altogether. Economic nationalism will gain traction, leading to more protectionist measures. This will impact trade policies, market regulations, and the overall economic integration within the EU. Countries will advocate more localized economic policies prioritizing national interests over EU-wide regulations. The rise of eurosceptic parties may strain the EU's cohesion, as these parties often support reducing Brussels's power and increasing national sovereignty. This may lead to more disputes over EU legislation and a push for reforms decentralizing EU authority. The shift towards more nationalist policies in several EU member states will alter the EU's foreign policy approach. There will be a greater emphasis on bilateral relations rather than collective EU stances, weakening the EU's position on the global stage. Thankfully, far-right and conservative parties have shown little enthusiasm for aggressive climate policies. This will slow down - or halt altogether - the EU's initiatives on climate change, as new MEPs might push for policies prioritizing solid economic growth over unproven environmental sustainability. Wrap Up The 2024 European Parliament elections mark a significant turning point in European politics. The sweeping success of far-right parties reflects a broader shift in public sentiment towards nationalism and conservatism, driven by concerns over immigration, economic stability, and national identity. As the new Parliament convenes, the EU faces the challenge of navigating this new political landscape, balancing the demands of its diverse member states while striving to maintain unity and forward momentum in its policies and initiatives. The coming months will be crucial in determining how these new political dynamics will shape the future of the European Union and its role in the world. The rise of the far-right isn’t a fleeting phenomenon but a reflection of deep-seated changes in public opinion. As traditional parties grapple with these changes, the political landscape of Europe will continue to evolve, bringing both challenges and opportunities for the future of the EU. This election has undoubtedly set the stage for a new era in European politics, where the voices of nationalism and conservatism will play a more prominent role in shaping the continent's future. Whether this will lead to a more fragmented Europe or a reinvigorated union with a renewed focus on national interests is anyone’s guess. All the best, Sean Ring Editor, Rude Awakening Twitter: [@seaniechaos]( ☰ ⊗ [ARCHIVE]( [ABOUT]( [Contact Us]( © 2024 Paradigm Press, LLC. 1001 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. By submitting your email address, you consent to Paradigm Press, LLC. delivering daily email issues and advertisements. 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