Jerome is Days Away from
his Most Dramatic Appearance

On May 4th, Jerome Powell will raise rates by 0.50%, according to every financial firm that has ears inside the thick walls of banking and global economics.

The market has already gave this a blessing, but the market is undergoing its worst month since March 2020 and October 2008, because it is assuming we are already in the midst of a recession and that the FED can never, in a million years, managed this tightening cycle correctly.

The Federal Reserve is the enemy of markets for the first time in many years.

The losses to those, who are impatient and sell into this panic, are humongous.

On May 4th, I believe Jerome Powell will sweeten the pill. The market is too erratic for him not to offer solace.

He will say that they believe they’ve “turned the corner on inflation” or that “our policies are starting to bear fruit.”

War is waging in the markets between the sophisticated and the emotional.

Gold can blitz to $2,100 by June, if Powell reassures the FED’s plan is working. This is a ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME moment!

Bottom line… there is no solution, other than the one the FED will offer.

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