Stansberry Investor Hour: Worries of a crypto-crash, Doug Casey, and the story of a drug lord

From Stansberry Investor Hour:

Porter continues his discussion from last week on the risks facing Bitcoin and the entire crypto market. How far behind the curve are investors, businesses, and governments? How many people will be hurt when Bitcoin finally comes back down to earth? Porter tells you why he thinks Bitcoin mania can go on for much longer than you ever think possible, and how an eventual crypto-crash could have a profound impact on our economy and society over time.

Buck tells listeners about the most disturbing incident of police brutality he has ever seen – recalling the case of Daniel Shaver’s killing at the hands of a Mesa, AZ police officer in January 2016. Buck’s recent article in The Hill on the terrible outcome of the officer’s trial has caught fire on social media with over 40,000 shares.

Porter and Buck welcome Doug Casey of Casey Research for an in-depth discussion about big speculations, why he’s led a nomadic lifestyle living in dozens of countries, and the creative process behind writing the High Ground novel series. Doug explains why people are pretty much the same all over the world and that you owe it to yourself to not be a “potted plant” all your life. Learn all about Casey Research and the new trend Doug has personally committed over $2 million to by visiting www.bigspeculation.com.

Doug recalls the moment that convinced him why people would accept Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. He tells Porter that he sees a bubble in every market sector with one exception. Listen as Doug reveals an ignored part of the markets where you can still find bargains if you look hard enough.

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