Professor Laurence Kotlikoff,
author of the FREE book: You're
Hired! says gold and silver investors
could emerge victorious.
could drive PMs prices higher? Our trading
"partners" are already starting
to make it clear that they don't need
Tensions between the US and key nations
continues to ratchet up on the heels of
Group of Seven nations talks in Canada
this past weekend.
trade feud between Washington and Canada,
Mexico, Europe, and China is intensifying.
French President Emmanuel Macron proposed
the US is wrecking global diplomatic relations,
calling for the US to be removed from
the G-7 group. According to Labor Department
report, US jobless claims fell slightly
this month, with the number of layoffs
in the U.S. close to a 50-year low.
weekly jobless claims dropped 1,000 to
222,000 for the week ended June 2.
number of Americans filing for unemployment
benefits unexpectedly declined indicating
tighter labor conditions.
unemployment rate remains at a 18-year
low of 3.8 percent. The discussion swerves
to the new technological revolution in
AI / robots.
sea change could displace more jobs than
can be replaced over the coming years,
leading to a global unemployment epidemic
without viable solutions.
Murphy of GATA.org
notes the risk / reward scenario for precious
metals investors may have never been this favorable.
massive JP Morgan silver short position and
it's potential to cause an epic short-squeeze,
sending the price of silver skyward.
The dialogue includes two favorite Alpha Stock
Newsletter gold stock candidates, Agnico Eagle
and Pan American Silver (PAAS).
the FOMC raised the overnight lending rate by
a quarter point to 2% for the fist time in a
noted expectations for the already tame unemployment
rate of 3.8%, the lowest in 17 years, to
drop further to 3.6%.
yield curve is vulnerable to inversion after
the Dec. FOMC quarter point rate hike, leading
to an economic slowdown as soon as the summer
The trade war between Washington and our neighbors
Canada / Mexico as well as major trade partners,
Europe / China remains a wildcard that has the
smart money accumulating safe haven investments
ahead of potential economic sanctions related
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Murphy, GATA Chairman
Murphy grew up in Glen
Ridge, N.J., and graduated
from the School of Hotel
Administration at Cornell
University in 1968.
In his senior year he
broke all the Ivy League
records. He then became
a starting wide receiver
for the Boston Patriots
of the American Football
League. He went on to
work for various Wall
Street brokerage firms
and specialized in commodity
futures. He began as
a Merrill Lynch trainee
and went on to Shearson
Hayden Stone and Drexel
Burnham. From there
he became affiliated
with introducing brokers
and eventually started
his own brokerage on
5th Avenue in New York.
He now operates an Internet
site for financial commentary,
J. Kotlikoff is a William Fairfield
Warren Professor at Boston University,
a Professor of Economics at Boston
University, a Fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences,
a Fellow of the Econometric Society,
a Research Associate of the National
Bureau of Economic Research, and
President of Economic Security
Planning, Inc., a company specializing
in financial planning software.
An active columnist, Professor
Kotlikoff's columns and blogs
appear in the Financial Times,
Bloomberg, Forbes, Vox, the Economist,
Yahoo.com, and the Huffington
Post. Professor Kotlikoff received
his B.A. in Economics from the
University of Pennsylvania in
1973 and his Ph.D. in Economics
from Harvard University in 1977.
1977 through 1983 he served on
the faculties of economics of
the University of California,
Los Angeles and Yale University.
In 1981-82 Professor Kotlikoff
was a Senior Economist with the
President's Council of Economic
Kotlikoff is author or co-author
of 16 books and hundreds of professional
journal articles. His most recent
books are The Clash of Generations
(co-authored with Scott Burns,
MIT Press), The Economic Consequences
of the Vickers Commission (Civitas),
Jimmy Stewart Is Dead (John Wiley
& Sons), Spend Til the
End, (co-authored with Scott Burns,
Simon & Schuster), The Healthcare
Fix (MIT Press), and The Coming
Generational Storm (co-authored
with Scott Burns, MIT Press) and
Generational Policy (MIT Press).
Kotlikoff's writings and research
address financial reform, personal
finance, taxes, Social Security,
healthcare, deficits, generational
accounting, pensions, saving,
Kotlikoff has served as a consultant
to the International Monetary
Fund, the World Bank, the Harvard
Institute for International Development,
the Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development, the
Swedish Ministry of Finance, the
Norwegian Ministry of Finance,
the Bank of Italy, the Bank of
Japan, the Bank of England, the
Government of Russia, the Government
of Ukraine, the Government of
Bolivia, the Government of Bulgaria,
the Treasury of New Zealand, the
Office of Management and Budget,
the U.S. Department of Education,
the U.S. Department of Labor,
the Joint Committee on Taxation,
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
The American Council of Life Insurance,
Merrill Lynch, Fidelity Investments,
AT&T, AON Corp., and other
major U.S. corporations.
has provided expert testimony
on numerous occasions to committees
of Congress including the Senate
Finance Committee, the House Ways
and Means Committee, and the Joint