In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why Warren Buffett’s valuation metric for the stock market forecasts around a 0% return over the next 10 years
  • Why Warren Buffett has refinanced his debt and what it means for you as an investor and house buyer
  • Why Ray Dalio and Jesse Felder think that the dollar is entering a bear market
  • Which gold stocks to take a position in and why

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2 Comments

  1. Jim S
    Jim S January 28, 2019 at 7:42 am - Reply

    In this show Jesse talked about the amount of debt that corporations have today and he specifically discussed XOM, citing that it was one of the dividend ETFs darlings. What I don’t understand is that from the information I see off of Morning Star, XOM has a current ratio or 0.83, Total Assets of 354Bil, Total Liab of 157bil , Debt to Equity of 0.11, and 5.7bil of Cash. Regardless of the stock price, XOM seems to be meeting or close to meeting the financial health measures outlined in the Intelligent Investor – so what is it that I am missing or misinterpreting. If you could please help enlighten me on Jesse’s rationale for his comment I would really appreciate it. Thanks for all that you do. Kindly – Jim

  2. Justin Colletti
    Justin Colletti January 31, 2019 at 10:27 pm - Reply

    Good episode, good guest. Thanks for having Jesse on.

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