Published on Aug 28, 2015
Jim Willie Is Pete’s special guest tonight and says any Nation that has a devaluation in the future can look forward to a military attack … The type of attack may surprise you.
About Jim Willie: The man behind the name Jim Willie has experience in three important fields of statistical practice in the 23 years following completion of a PhD in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University. The thesis topic was in the field of stochastic processes. He spent time since 2001 in a private consulting firm in Pittsburgh, PA. The work included pharmaceutical and medical claim estimation, stratified sampling for consumer packaged goods market share, training seminars in advanced regression models, and consulting toward various other projects within the firm. In August of 2003, he became a low-cost solution at his firm, the job as vanished, which opened a great door. At that time, he launched the Hat Trick Letter and the rest is history.
Since 2004, Jim has worked full-time on the newsletter. The work is focused exclusively on the US and world economies, financial markets, currencies, and the commodity fields. Gold and energy, along with central bank monetary policy have been a prime focus in the Hat Trick Letter, which has reached a 10-year anniversary in May of 2014. The list of correct mega-forecasts is long, the focus sharp, the scope global, the sources deep, the colleagues adept, and the work tireless. Not having a professional training in Economics has enabled a much clearer analytic style, free from delusion and defense of the system. While the profession boasts a correct forecast rate of about 30%, the Jackass carries a near 90% correct forecast rate, since criminal activity and market interference are well integrated in the work, and propaganda from Wall Street, the Federal Reserve, and the USGovt are routinely doubted and dismissed. The economics professor has turned into a disgraceful field of big bank marketing agencies and investment steering committees. As he prefers to say, “My work is unencumbered by the limitations of economics credentials. My loyalty is to the subscribers and loyal following.”