What if everything you thought you knew about interest rates and the economy was wrong?

Conventional wisdom says lower interest rates spur economic growth. In today’s video, I make a radical case that the opposite is true — and I’ve got the evidence to prove it.

While low interest rates may be good for stocks in the short term, policymakers can’t run from the economic reality forever.

This week you’ll learn what that means for your portfolio.

Let’s get right to the highlights of today’s video:

  • The charts that show low interest rates actually slow economic growth. (2:37-4:26)
  • The five reasons why low interest rates take a big toll on the economy. (4:26-9:57)
  • What could lead to the next stock market crash. (9:57-12:01)
  • And more.

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Ted Bauman
Editor, The Bauman Letter

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