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Jayant Bhandari – The US Dollar vs. Other Currencies and Gold

 

Maurice Jackson Speaks with Jayant Bhandari About Emerging Market Currencies, the Trade War, US Foreign Policy and More

Maurice Jackson of Proven & Probable has recently conducted a new interview with our friend and occasional contributor to this site, Jayant Bhandari, who is inter alia the host of the annual Capitalism and Morality seminar.

Maurice Jackson (left) and Jayant Bhandari (right)

A wide range of topics is discussed, from the strong US dollar and its collapsing counterparts in emerging markets, to the looming threat of trade wars, to US foreign policy and the importance of gold as an insurance policy. As is his wont, Jayant brings a perspective that is often characterized by a refreshing dose of contrarian thinking.

Last but not least, Jayant names several companies in the junior mining space he believes to represent interesting opportunities at the current juncture. We urge readers to always do their own due diligence, but we also believe it cannot hurt to occasionally get a few pointers on where to look, especially if they come from someone who is well-known for his expertise in the sector.

Below is the video of the interview – the duration is approximately 15 minutes. A transcript can be found here.

Maurice Jackson speaks with Jayant Bhandari

 

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Pater Tenebrarum
Pater Tenebrarum is an independent analyst and economist/social theorist. He has been involved with financial markets in various capacities for 39 years and currently writes economic and market analyses for independent research organizations and a European hedge fund consultancy as well as being the main author of the acting-man blog.
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