Michael Pento: These Are The Assets To Own For The Arriving Bear Market

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Michael Pento: These Are The Assets To Own For The Arriving Bear Market

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Michael Pento returns in Part 2 of our interview with him to share how his portfolio is currently positioned today (short & long duration US Treasury bonds, bond proxies like WalMart, gold & precious metal mining companies, and junk bond shorts) and how he plans to amend it when the bear market arrives in earnest (cash, USD, long-dated US Treasury bonds, shorts)

As Michael advises we prepare for the coming recession, he warns the accompanying price correction in the financial and real estate markets is likely to be the worst bear market we’ve yet seen in our lifetime.

To watch Part 1 of this interview with Michael, go to: https://youtu.be/gIWh9MKZRWA

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