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For nearly a decade, up until the first month of 2019, the Fed had delivered the ultra-low interest rates and quantitative easing policies that had kept the economy afloat in the wake of the devastating Recession of 2008. To go with their claims that the economy had regained solid footing, they vocally strove for a normalized policy stance that would put the whole ugly episode into the rear view mirror. But reality refused to comply. In the face of growing market concern about rising interest rates and challenging financial conditions, the Federal Reserve took a very early exit from this road to policy "normalization." Investors greeted the new regime with glee, encouraged that the shadows of higher interest rates had given way to clear skies. But unlike past experience with monetary easing cycles, this latest opening of the monetary spigots, could create a very different outcome for investors. Peter Schiff will explain that a new program of monetary expansion, which has already begun, will not be the fairy godmother that investors expect. Instead, a quantitative easing program far bigger than prior iterations could finally destroy the dollar and take down the US stock market. He will outline his investment strategies to prepare for changing market conditions.