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I apologize for the confusion in my previous response. After reviewing the notes more thoroughly, I can confirm that the correct excerpt related to the video titled "🔴 Gold Stocks Are The New Tech Stocks- Ep 884" discusses Peter Schiff's belief that gold stocks will outperform tech stocks during the current easing cycle. Schiff notes that tech stocks, including Bitcoin, performed well in the first quarter, but warns that investors who prioritize these stocks are taking on more risk than they realize. He recommends that investors shift their attention to gold stocks to protect their purchasing power, as he predicts that rising inflation and a weakening dollar will lead to a crisis in the financial markets, foreign exchange, and precious metals.

  • 00:00:00 In this section of the transcript, Peter Schiff jokingly acknowledges the pressure from Bitcoin enthusiasts to buy the cryptocurrency due to its perceived value in digital age. He notes that tech stocks, including Bitcoin, performed strongly in the first quarter, but warns that the success is unlikely to continue as the second quarter usually performs differently. Schiff highlights the fact that the NASDAQ had its best quarter since 2020 in the second quarter of this year, thanks to the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Schiff concludes by warning that investors who prioritize tech stocks, including Bitcoin, are taking on more risk than they realize.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, Peter Schiff discusses the rise of tech stocks and their correlation with the easing cycle. At the end of the first quarter of 2023, the expectation was for the Fed to continue hiking rates which had been bad for tech stocks. However, the onset of the financial crisis changed the mindset and investors began to anticipate the end of the tightening cycle, a return to quantitative easing, and rate cuts. This anticipated cycle is responsible for the rise in the NASDAQ, as investors looked beyond the last few rate hikes to the first rate cuts and many more rate cuts to follow. Schiff maintains that the gold stocks are the new tech stocks for this new easing cycle, and investors should consider shifting their attention to the former.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the easing cycle and how he believes it is not going to be good for tech stocks but for gold stocks. The speaker mentions how during the previous easing cycle, tech stocks rebounded, but gold stocks did better from 2002 to 2008 during the financial crisis. The speaker also emphasizes that inflation is the wild card, and it is not going to go back down anytime soon. The Fed is creating inflation and printing money, fueling inflation fire, which will create a completely different environment for tech stocks and gold stocks. The speaker also adds that the inflation data obtained on Friday showed that inflation was above 2%, and it is not going to get anywhere near 2% before it picks up momentum and heads for new highs.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the first quarter and how the stock market indexes rebounded from being down due to the pandemonium caused by the pandemic. The Arc Innovation ETF rose from 29, and many investors are assuming that this easing cycle will be the same as the last one. Speculative names, including Bitcoin, have been performing well, with the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust being up 120% on the quarter. The Bitcoin story is unique because, besides following tech names and rising with them, investors buy the currency because of the Fed pivot. Investors know that the Fed's inflation actions will create a financial crisis, prompting the Fed to pivot in its fight against inflation. The Fed hasn't officially cut rates, but between the lines, it's evident that the pivot is already happening, and gold is up to $140 an ounce. The speaker encourages investors to purchase gold or contact Shift Gold.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the recent rally in Bitcoin, attributing it to the current financial crisis and investors' misplaced betting on Bitcoin as an alternative to the dollar. He suggests that this crisis will end up exposing the Federal Reserve, destroying the dollar, and leading more people to invest in gold as an alternative. The speaker also discusses how the drop in the dollar and the rise in bond prices have led to enthusiasm for tech stocks and a rise in gold and silver mining stocks, as investors are baking in anticipated substantial rate cuts and expecting inflation to rise.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker discusses how the world is de-dollarizing and how China and Brazil are now trading with each other and invoicing and settling their transactions in their own currencies, rather than in USD. He predicts that the Fed's new easing cycle and increasing inflation will present a challenge for the tech stocks that have done well before, because of the enormous budget deficits and ongoing financial crises in the banking sector, which will spill over to other banks and both private and public debtors. The debtors have become accustomed to cheap credit for over a decade, but rising rates could lead to companies being unable to service their debts, which ultimately leads to inflation. Inflation, in turn, will be bearish for the dollar and put more upward pressure on prices.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the speaker predicts that the US dollar will weaken and gold and precious metals will perform better than tech stocks, just like in the period from 2002 to 2008. However, he believes that this time around, the decline of the dollar will not be the end game and will instead cause a crisis in the financial markets, foreign exchange, and precious metals. He also advises listeners to change their portfolios to foreign stocks, which have been outperforming US stocks, and gold and precious metals to protect their purchasing power. The speaker then briefly touches on the recent indictment of former President Donald Trump, stating that the charges relating to campaign finance laws seem ridiculous.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, Peter Schiff discusses the Stormy Daniels scandal involving Donald Trump and the implications of the payments made to Daniels. Schiff argues that even if Trump had to report the $120,000 payment to Daniels as a campaign contribution, which he believes he didn't as it was not intended for political gain, it wouldn't matter as the disclosure of the payment would have been damaging in itself. Schiff believes campaign finance laws are difficult and make it harder for non-career politicians to campaign and they should be abolished.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, Peter Schiff discusses the ongoing prosecution of Donald Trump, which he sees as politically motivated. He argues that the alleged crime of campaign finance violations is a civil penalty at best and does not warrant the prosecution's effort to charge him with a felony. Moreover, he points out that many other politicians have made the same mistake, including himself, and were not charged with a crime. Schiff believes that the prosecution's sole objective is to prevent Trump from running for office, and he thinks that the entire prosecution reflects how politicized and unfair the justice system has become. Despite not being a huge supporter of Trump, Schiff hopes that Trump gets re-elected as a way to deflate the prosecution's efforts and show support for an imperfect president.
  • 00:45:00 I'm sorry, but the transcript excerpt you provided does not relate to gold stocks or the stock market in any way. Can you please check if the transcript excerpt you provided is correct and matches the video title you mentioned?

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