Harry Dent on Bitcoin and Bond Yields, Which Wild Card Is the Most Dangerous?

I’m coming to you today from Myrtle Beach, where my entire family gets together for their annual reunion. It doesn’t matter where I am though, I watch the markets like a hawk. And right now, the markets are in a crucial place…

We’re back to testing the highs and things can go either way here. Markets could break down 25% in the near term…or they could shoot up 25% in the next several months in the final blow off Dark Window rally before the big crash.

But today, while I touch on my market targets for the rest of the year, I really want to talk to you more about the unusual activity we’re seeing in bitcoin and bond yields…and even more so, the two wild cards hanging over the markets right now.

We all know the US–China trade deal is one of those wild cards…but the second one is much newer and potentially far worse.

Watch below to get all the details…


Harry Dent,
For The Rum Rebellion

PS: Click here to watch the full video interview with The Rum Rebellion’s Greg Canavan and Richard Hayes, CEO of The Perth Mint.

Harry Dent is an economic realist. His market predictions and strategies, as well as his general views of the economic and political state of the world, are based solely on his own knowledge.

And, as a Harvard University MBA graduate and Fortune 100 consultant, it’s not as though he’s lacking in this resource. But if experience isn’t enough to convince you, perhaps his accuracy is. In 2017, Harry Dent was making calls about the Australian property market that are coming into play as we speak.
And yet, the media portrayed him as ‘crazy’.

At The Rum Rebellion, this sort of biased, inaccurate media that isn’t accepted. Dent and his fellow editors aim to give you the information you should know, rather than what the media wants you to know. Dent believes in facts and facts alone when forming an opinion, and such is The Rum Rebellion mission.

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