economist, John Williams of Shadowstats.com
sees economic Armageddon on the horizon.
$100 trillion in US obligations make maintaining
the national debt, impossible.
actual inflation rate that most people experience
is much higher than the official figure, which
boosts revenues by hundreds of billions of dollars.
protests to the contrary, the real unemployment
rate remains stubbornly elevated (Figure 1.1.).
guest rejects the notion of domestic economic
recovery - he expects quantitative easing (QE)
to resume with gusto, leading to runaway inflation
and elevated gold prices.
Williams anticipates dollar selling and weaker
economic conditions to send US share indexes lower
Navellier of Navellier
& Associates says investors should ignore
the naysayers, US equities will rally into the
cannot shake their insatiable appetite for equities
dividend payments, creating a self-fulfilling
prophecy of ever higher prices.
flattening yield curve suggests that the upcoming
FOMC quarter point rate hike slated for December,
will likely be the last of the cycle.
the host's forecast of 24,000 by 2018 and Louis
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reviewed include Insurance company Aflac, Prudential
Bristol Myers (BMY)
and Phillips 66 (PSX)
as solid dividend paying candidates, and China's
Twitter company Weibo (WB)
Navellier advises each portfolio hold at least
4-8% gold as a ballast to right the portfolio
amid tepid financial conditions.
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trading on Wall Street could lead to another 2015-style
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is Chairman of the Board,
Chief Executive Officer,
and Chief Investment
Officer of Navellier
& Associates, Inc.,
located in Reno, Nevada.
Mr. Navellier is also
editor of four leading
stock advisory newsletters:
Emerging Growth, Quantum
Growth, Blue Chip Growth,
and Global Growth. A
recognized expert in
translating what had
been purely academic
techniques into real
he believes that disciplined,
can select stocks that
will significantly outperform
the overall market.
Mr. Navellier employs
a three-step, highly
stock selection process,
focusing on quantitative
analysis, and optimization
of the securities selected
for the portfolio. In
1980, Mr. Navellier
began publishing his
research in his stock
the MPT Review. Since
1987, he has been active
in the management of
mutual funds, and institutional
A charismatic figure
with a reputation for
solid leadership, Louis
Navellier has been covered
by a wide range of international
media. In addition to
appearing on CNBC, Bloomberg,
The Nightly Business
Report, and Wall Street
Week, he has been featured
in Barron's, Forbes,
Business Daily, Money,
Smart Money, and The
Wall Street Journal.
Most recently he was
profiled in Kenneth
A. Stern's book Secrets
of the Investment All-Stars
in the interview "Louis
Navellier, A Man Who
Has Beat Them All."
He is also featured
in Alan R. Ackerman's
Investing Under Fire:
Winner Strategies from
the Masters for Bulls,
Bears, and the Bewildered.
Williams aka Walter
J. "John" Williams
was born in 1949. He received
an A.B. in Economics, cum
laude, from Dartmouth College
in 1971, and was awarded
a M.B.A. from Dartmouth's
Amos Tuck School of Business
Administration in 1972,
where he was named an Edward
Tuck Scholar. During his
career as a consulting economist,
John has worked with individuals
as well as Fortune 500 companies.
Williams' Shadow Government
Statistics is a monthly
electronic newsletter that
exposes and analyzes the
flaws in current U.S. government
data and reporting, as well
as in certain private-sector
numbers. It also looks at
the financial markets free
of the hype so often put
forth in the popular financial
media. Generally published
on the second Wednesday
of the month, the newsletter
is supplemented by Flash
Updates and occasional Alerts
that highlight unusual developments.