Jim Rickards joined The Lance Roberts Show to discuss Trump’s first 100 days in office, the Fed and what he has identified as The Death of Money. During the conversation Rickards calls attention to the biggest underreported story facing Trump and what to anticipate in the economy going forward.
Lance started the conversation asking about Rickards impressions on Donald Trump’s initial first weeks in office and the “bumps out of the gate” coming out. Rickards began by noting, “Historians and pundits like to talk about the first 100 days of a president. It is a big deal because there is no doubt that a President’s power is at its peak just after the election. The second term and lame-duck periods are difficult to getting much done. With Trump it has been a mixed bag. He’s had some high profile legislative failures. They failed with repealing Obamacare and it appears it is going to take longer than expected with tax reform.”
“On the executive order side, this has been a revolution. Whether you look at climate change, more military spending the U.S profile in the middle east, trade and tariffs, etc. Trump has done a lot of what he said he was going to do. So, on the one hand a lot of activity and promises kept. I would think that to