Jim Rickards on How the Pandemic Has Sparked a Multi-Generational Shift

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“We are heading for and Economic Depression”

In this interview, Jim Rickards talks about how the pandemic has created a multi-generational shift in the economy. He believes the pandemic is not going away and talks about the impacts on the economy, the technical recession, and in fact he thinks we are in a depression which is worse than a recession. To learn more about the Sprott conference and check out the other interviews, subscribe to The Daily Reckoning Australia today!

 

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About Jim Rickards

James G. Rickards is the editor of Strategic Intelligence, the newest newsletter from Fat Tail Investment Research. He is an American lawyer, economist, and investment banker with 35 years of experience working in capital markets on Wall Street. He is the author of The New York Times bestsellers Currency Wars

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