I asked expert council member John Pugliano to join me today to discuss the effects of the CoVid-19 outbreak on our economy. The reality is nothing in modern history really compares to what we are now experiencing. The market is down massively and businesses are closed others are open only part time, many that are open are doing very little business.
All of this has both good and bad aspects to it. The bad is pretty obvious, fear is driving hording of consumables while durable goods sit idle and services go unused. The good is harder to see right now. One good thing is the economy is actually fundamentally sound. Another is the government is dead set on filling in the financial holes.
That does not mean sunshine, roses and kittens but it does mean we are looking at a cycle not the end of life as we know it. Join John and I today for a frank, honest and yet hopeful discussion about this topic.
Resources for today’s show…
- Investable Wealth – John’s Website
- WealthSteading Podcast – John’s Podcast Site
- Follow Life With Jack on Instagram
- TSP Facebook Group
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- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- Study I Mentioned that Shows CoVid Spread Highest in Cold Climates
- Another Article on the True Nature of the CoVid Curve
- Interview I Did with Patti Katter Today on CoVid
- If I Could be Like That – 3 Doors Down
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