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About Euro Pacific Capital, Inc.

Founded in 1980 and headquartered in Darien, Connecticut, Euro Pacific is a full-service, SEC-registered broker/dealer that has historically been recognized for its expertise in foreign markets and securities. Through its direct relationships with countless foreign trading desks, the firm's clients are able to avoid the large spreads often imposed by domestic market makers of foreign securities, thereby substantially reducing overall transaction costs.

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Currently, some market watchers have begun to openly question whether the bull market in stocks has finally come to an end. They certainly have cause to worry, writes Peter Schiff, Chief Economist and Global Strategist Euro Pacific Capital.
While currency traders often get the fundamentals completely wrong, it never seems to stop them from offering bizarre theories to explain currency movements, writes Peter Schiff.
Market watchers around the world are justifiably fixated with the high-stakes, high-drama unfolding in Italy. A political crisis in the world's ninth largest economy, according to the IMF, would normally not be enough to cause an international meltdown, writes Peter Schiff.
An asset bubble and a false economic recovery will not have a positive outcome says Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff.

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In the new economic age ushered in by Covid-19, central banks around the world have vastly expanded monetary activism far beyond anything seen before. The U.S. Federal Reserve has expanded their balance sheet by nearly $4 trillion in just a few months, and as far as anyone can tell, there is no end in sight. In the words of Fed chairman Jerome Powell, the Fed isn't even thinking about when it will think about raising interest rates above zero. But central bank activism may soon be moving in very new directions. To deal with tens of millions of newly unemployed workers and the reality that entire commercial sectors are no longer viable, the banks are currently looking at ways to put newly created money directly into the hands of consumers. Against a backdrop of a weak economy, this a clear recipe for stagflation. Peter Schiff will explain how investors can prepare for this new normal.
Over the next two decades federal debt is expected to explode into uncharted territory. Even without the expected tax cuts and spending increases proposed by President Trump, current projections see deficits rising substantially every year for as far as the eye can see. Given the government's proven inability to address our ballooning fiscal imbalances, we must expect that these gaps could be filled by bailouts from the Federal Reserve in the form of ever greater quantitative easing. This could hamstring the US economy and send the dollar plunging. Foreign markets can offer attractive valuations, high yields, and potential refuge from a falling dollar.



As the price of gold breaks through resistance levels, mining and commodity stocks have rallied. All of this has come as global markets continue to trade at new 52-week lows. This has left investors and traders wondering, is it time to invest in mining and commodity stocks? This exclusive panel assembles the leading experts in the commodities and mining sectors to provide insight into where they see value and opportunity from some of the best!
2015, was supposed to be the year that the United States finally emerged from its long recovery from the Great Recession of 2008. But a funny thing happened on the way to the recovery: it never occurred. After seven years of zero percent interest rates and trillions of dollars of quantitative easing, the economy was supposed to be strong enough to withstand positive rates of interest. But the disastrous market reaction to the Fed's December decision to raise rates by just 25 basis points has thrown all of that into question. Find out why the economy will never fully recover until the government lets the economy work the way it is supposed to.

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