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GoldSeek Radio Interviews Gerald Celente Ph.D., Gold to rest prior record highs

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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Friday, 16 August 2019 | Print  | Disqus 

Recorded August 14th, 2019.

 * Mp3 format.

Highlights

  • Trends Research Institute's Gerald Celente returns with more good news for PMs aficionados.
  • The original trends researcher correctly called the market breakout on June 6th.
  • His model suggests a retest of the previous all-time record high around $1,900 is likely.
  • $2,000+ gold is possible due in part to the nascent Great Recession 2.0, circa 2008-2009.
  • Chris Waltzek notes the new Fed rate-cut cycle bodes poorly for the reserve currency.
  • Lower rates increases the appeal of the Euro and related basket of 6 key currencies.
  • The Levy/Bard Institute reported $29 trillion was required to revive the economy since 2008.
  • Not only an epic global economic disturbance could erupt but a serious worldwide conflict.
  • The duo outline their thoughts on the need for nutritionally dense, raw and whole foods.
  • Raw food nourishes the body/mind intensely, at least 51-66% of each meal ideally should include raw food.
  • Cooked food can be perceived by the body as an invasive force, such as a parasite or a toxin, according to leading nutrition experts, including Dr. Max Gerson of The Gerson Institute, Dr. Lorraine Day, and Dr. Linus Pauling.

Trends Research Institute's Gerald Celente returns with more good news for PMs aficionados. Amid an epic 3-month rally in gold, silver and related shares, the original trends researcher correctly called the market breakout on June 6th. Now that price eclipsed his $1,450 threshold, his model suggests a retest of the previous all-time record high around $1,900 is likely, perhaps climbing as high as $2,000+ due in part to the nascent Great Recession 2.0, circa 2008-2009. Chris Waltzek notes the new Fed rate-cut cycle bodes poorly for the reserve currency, as lower rates increases the appeal of the Euro and related basket of 6 key currencies. According to our guest, the Levy/Bard Institute reported $29 trillion was required to revive the economy since the Great Recession, a possible Achilles Heel for the global economy. Case in point, Gerald Celente outlines a hypothetical prophecy; if conditions in the ongoing trade-skirmish escalate into something far more challenging, not only an epic global economic disturbance but a serious worldwide conflict might erupt. The duo outline their thoughts on the need for nutritionally dense, raw and whole foods, locally/organically grown when possible. Raw food nourishes the body/mind intensely, at least 51-66% of each meal ideally should be raw food based, as cooked food can be perceived by the body as an invasive force, such as a parasite or a toxin, according to leading nutrition experts, including Dr. Max Gerson of The Gerson Institute, Dr. Lorraine Day, and Dr. Linus Pauling.


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