- BT Global’s Paul Beatty recommended 6 new stocks at last year’s World Outlook Financial Conference. If you had invested $2000 in each one – your $12,000 investment would now be worth just over $24,000 – up over 100%.
- Mark Leibovit’s top recommendation at 2020 World Outlook Financial Conference was Tesla at $150. Even after this week’s declines it’s still trading at $400. But that’s not all. Mark loved the solar stocks and other clean energy plays. He recommended five stocks/ETFs. The worst performer was Nuveen ESG, up 40%.
- Every stock in The 2020 WOFC Small Cap Portfolio, done in conjunction Keystone Financial’s Ryan Irvine, is up by double digits. With big winners like Viemed up 40%.
Those are obviously great results, but that’s why we search out and invite some of the top analysts in the English speaking world to the World Outlook Financial Conference. Obviously past performance is not a guarantee of future success but the consistent results we’ve achieved over the years have not been by accident. Our analysts have been chosen precisely because they have strong track records.
No, they are not right every time but their uncanny ability to read the various investment markets while employing proven risk management techniques has clearly raised their probability of success dramatically. Whether you’re interested in stocks, gold, oil, real estate, interest rates or currencies we bring in the top analysts to the Conference to cover them all.
This Year Will Be Different… But Not Where It Counts
World Outlook Financial Conference 2021? Absolutely! We are not going to let a little thing like COVID-19 stop us. I’m joking, COVID-19 is a big thing. It’s resulted in the massive build up of government debt. Canada is now looking at $1.4 trillion in federal debt. The US has tacked on $3 trillion and counting. Then you have to add on provincial/state deficits.
And it’s the same story around the world. I’ll give you an early WOFC 2021 prediction – debt is going to be a major story – make that THE major story – over the next two years and beyond.
Do you like shocking stats? Then think about this. Bloomberg reports that bond investors in troubled companies like JC Penny, Neiman Marcus and the Men’s Wearhouse are getting as little as three cents on the dollar on their bonds. To put that in perspective, the norm is 40 cents on the dollar in a distressed company, not 3 cents. My forecast is that there’s a lot more heartbreak to come for bond investors in a wide range of companies and industries.
My biggest question remains how long can the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada and other central banks intervene in the credit markets in order to keep interest rates down? In the last year they’ve bought literally trillions of dollars of government debt because otherwise interest rates would have risen in conjunction with the increased risk inherent in today’s environment.
But can it go on forever? Both Stephen Poloz, recently retired head of the Bank of Canada and the Parliamentary Budget Office stated that the Bank of Canada is fast approaching the limits of its bond buying without doing major damage to the currency and overall monetary system.
If you think there’s been wild swings in the market leading into the US election – just wait. As the cracks in the monetary system become more apparent, as well as the consequences of the record increase in both government and corporate debt hit home – the volatility will be profound.
My sense if that most people, including our leaders don’t understand the magnitude of the changes taking place. They talk about the “unprecedented” impact of COVID-19, yet other than taking on record amounts of debt, they act as if it’s business as usual. It’s not and the implications are profound.
The Bottom Line
The level of volatility and the violence of the moves in all markets necessitates taking advantage of the best possible research and analysis available. While financial programs and conferences often feature cheerleaders for a variety of products or industries, we focus on top flight independent analysis. Periods of historic change provide incredible opportunities and incredible danger.
At the Outlook Conference and on Moneytalks, I’m trying to help you avoid the danger and take advantage of the opportunities. I’m proud of the fact that not only did we warn well in advance about the significant changes in the market starting the last week of January 2020, along with the accompanying panic sell off beginning in late February – last year’s WOFC focused on gold and silver along with the coming commodities boom.
Less than four months later silver had more than doubled while gold rose over $450 to a record new high. I don’t know any other conference/broadcast who got the trend so right. And we are nowhere near the end of the story. The full consequences of the coming monetary crisis are not close to being fully played out.
Join us at this Year’s World Outlook Financial Conference 2021 from Your Living Room Sitting in Your Underwear
I have to admit I’ve always wanted to use that line since I saw it in an advertising for an “at home investment course” about 40 years ago. I apologize if that’s a frightening visual.
But the point is that this year’s conference will be entirely online. Not a big surprise given there’s no sign that COVID related restrictions on travel and live indoor events will be lifted by early February.
The big advantage of going online is that we can feature more top-notch analysts. We’ll have exclusive interviews and presentations with people like Martin Armstrong, Greg Weldon and Mark Leibovit, who’s been Timer’s Digest Timer of the Year, Gold Market Timer of the Year and Long Term Timer of the year to name just a few.
Plus you’ll be able to watch the conference broadcast at its regular times starting Friday afternoon, February 5th through to Saturday afternoon February 6th – AND you’ll also be able to watch it again and again whenever you’d like – on demand, anytime, from anywhere in the world.
And of course, we have an online/on-demand “ticket” Early Bird offer for you. If you purchase your 2021 Conference access pass before December 5th you will get $50 off, a 25% discount – I’m thinking the best $199 you’ll spend this year. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity.
In the meantime, I hope you and your family are doing well – or at least as well as can be expected in what author, Christopher Kock describes as “the year of living dangerously.”
My sincere best wishes for you and your family,
PS To purchase your online / on-demand access pass and for other Conference details CLICK HERE