Crush the Street Podcast with Mish and Kenneth Ameduri

Mish

I was on Crush the Street for a 35 minute interview a few days ago. A YouTube video follows.

Crush the Street Interview

We discussed gold, silver, manipulations of all sorts, bitcoin, endless wars, Illinois, taxes, Germany, Japan, a looming currency crisis, how wokeism is destroying the country and numerous other topics.

Mish 

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Eddie_T
Eddie_T

I can't watch until later, but the youtube comments reassure me that most people on the internet are seriously delusional. There were a couple of real gems.

From the right:

"I really like Mish but he really lost me when he said the election wasn't stolen."

From the left (I think):

"Guys is from Utah. When he said unsecured boder free benefits he not talking about south border. Yupp that border from pacific to atlantic ocean they white they get pat in the back plus all white man benefits including EBT. And we blame china🤣 "

Sechel
Sechel

Never heard of this guy. After pulling up the linkedin and seeking alpha. I just can't

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Summary
Kenneth Ameduri, Co-founder of Crush the Street, and I discuss the economy and financial assets.
He explains his rationale for owning bitcoin and provides his price target given the debt and money printing conducted by the Fed.
He explains why he loves gold in this environment where fiat money is endless in supply and debt is rising at an unsustainable pace.
He explains why interest in both gold and bitcoin signal frustration with the fiat system by the public, and why both are in competition with the Fed.

Doug78
Doug78

I saw it a couple of hours ago and liked it. I didn't agree with some of it but you did set out good arguments. You said that you like silver and gold because they are not in bubbles. I would have preferred you to say that they will be in one soon because that would give me a reason to buy them. Generally I like assets that move rapidly in a direction I like. One that just sits there even if it has value is less interesting to me.

Doug78
Doug78

I am glad that you didn't say you were selling a limited edition of tennis shoes with Libertarian blood in the soles. I didn't think that was your style but if you had I am sure it would have been a money-maker.

Johnson1
Johnson1

SP500 broke 4000. A neighbors home just had an offer of $25k over listed sale price. Party on! Bitcoin is knocking on $60k.

I just watched a podcast of a SVP at Neilsen who analyzes advertisements on TV and radio. Said ad spending is ticking up. He said a lot of people saved a lot of money during COVID and will want to spend / splurge going forward as we return to more normal activities.

peter1990
peter1990

Cool! I visited a few of your articles Mish and I love it! Keep them coming! Laundry Detergent for hard water


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