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Did You Miss Mike's Keynote? See the Replay With Grant Williams, Jeff Clark, and More

OCT 28, 2020

This past weekend, over a thousand investors and like-minded folks tuned in to see Mike Maloney, Jeff Clark, and an all-star line-up of speakers during the Peak Prosperity virtual seminar.

If you didn’t get a chance to see it… 

We wanted to provide highlights of what you missed and offer you a chance to watch the 15+ hours footage via replay.

Because attendees walked away with crucial information...

  • About major macro shifts coming our way, most notably a coming wave of inflation – what it means for the US Dollar and how it could influence further Fed interventions.

  • Strategies for managing your portfolio through times of inflation with insights on specific asset classes and income opportunities.

  • And, beyond finances, ways to develop resilience for yourself and your community when it comes to food, energy, and overall well being.

The entire team enjoyed attending. 

And even though the live event has ended, consider watching it all on replay. 

We think the information presented will give you a healthier outlook on the road ahead.

Here's the highlights: 


The day began with Chris Martenson's presentation The Road Ahead: The Defining Trends Of The Next Decade, which was a romp through the latest data on the Three E's: energy, economy, and the environment, and where we currently are in that story.

Next was Mike Maloney made a bulletproof case that the world's fiat money regimes are destined to end in currency crisis -- and likely quite soon. 

The visuals in his presentation Back To The Future: What Gold (and Silver) Predict Is Coming are worth the price of the seminar, alone.

Chris Martenson then returned to update folks on his latest analysis of the coronavirus pandemic in Everything You Need To Know About Covid-19. Very important: he shared more detail than ever on the treatment regimen he would follow 1) to avoid getting sick, 2) if he suspected he was exposed, and 3) if he indeed contracted the virus. 

Then we were treated to a "fly on the wall" discussion between Danielle DiMartino-Booth and Axel Merk, both of whom have inside access to the people running the Federal Reserve. 

In The Fed: The Elephant In The Room, they reveal they share the same sad conclusion that the Fed really doesn't have a plan to get out of the mess it's in (a mess of its own creation) and is pretty much just playing for time, trying to delay the inevitable, painful repercussions of its failed policy.

A roundtable then followed among John Rubino, Wolf Richter and Charles Hugh Smith (moderated by Chris Martenson) focused on Covid's Impact on the 2021 Economy. This ended in a rousing live Q&A with the audience. 

Sven Henrich then led the audience through a flood of charts and data in Where The Market Is Headed, Technically-Speaking, forecasting where the financial markets are most likely to go in the near-term. 

This was followed by Grant Williams, who emphasized in The Investor's Dilemma the critical transition the economy is now making, from decades of deflation into a new secular inflationary era. 

This changes the playbook for investors, most of whom have no experience investing in an inflationary economy.

At this point, the day shifted away from the challenges we face and towards the solutions we should pursue to meet them. 

On the Money side, hard assets are a clear part of that solution set, so Jeff Clark led the audience in his presentation Riding The Gold Bull: Ways To Invest in the precious metals, while Craig Wichner demystified Sustainable Farmland Investing

The official programming on Day 1 concluded with an hour-long no-holds-barred live audience Q&A with our assembled Money panel, with experts on investing, real estate, farmland, precious metals and estate planning. 

But then the panel gave viewers a surprisingly personal view into the lives of many of the day's speakers, including sharing what their "red pill" moment was that put them on the path to becoming who they are today. It was both fun and fascinating to be this intimate with so many respected minds.


Day 2 was all about the OTHER important aspects of wealth and resilient living beyond Money. Notably: Health, Home, and Relationships. 

The day began with Lisa Bedford of sharing the fundamentals of emergency preparation in Emergency Prep for the New Normal, with a focus on what new to do in the age of covid-19. Lots of great insights in the live Q&A that ensued. Then we were treated to a stand-up-out-of-your-chair-and-applaud inspiring presentation by "America's farmer", Joel Salatin, who broke down all of the ass-backward shortcomings of today's modern food systems in Food Resilience: Demand It! .

Then Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser from Singing Frogs Farms then blew our minds with Food Resilience: Grow It! sharing their success using "no till" farming, giving every backyard gardener in the audience priceless insights for growing healthier food more successfully.

And why do we care about eating healthy food? Well, to be healthy ourselves, of course. Dr. Rich Stagliano then led us through The Pillars of Functional Health explaining how -- at ANY age -- we can improve our destiny by adopting health behaviors that restore vitality, remove pain, and increase quality of life. 

After an excellent live audience Q&A with Joel, Rich and the Kaisers, 19-year police force veteran Tom Cairns shared his thoughts on Staying Safe During Today's Time Of Unrest. Personal safety and home security has suddenly become a key concern in 2020, and Tom did a great job offering advice for the changes he's now seeing.

Ashley Taggart, a Gottman-trained licensed MFT, detailed a number of success strategies for Building Resilient Relationships, explaining how the stresses of 2020 are putting more strain on couples and families than ever before. 

As energy is big focus at Peak Prosperity, we were lucky to have expert Bruce Sullivan of the Zero Energy Home Project walk us through a very practical Home Energy audit of all of the ways to reduce your home's energy footprint. 

The seminar concluded in an extremely valuable workshop on with coaching guru Joe Stumpf. As Chris and I often say, "information without action is useless". Joe walked us through a hour-long guided Designing Your Resilient Life personal work exercise that helped each person develop clarity around their most important resilient-building goals, the obstacles currently standing in the way, and the actions needed to overcome them. 

If you didn't attend the seminar, but wish you had, you're in luck... 

Every presentation from the weekend was recorded -- so you can enjoy the entire experience on demand. 

The replay of the entire seminar, plus additional 6 bonus videos that couldn't fit into the weekend itself, are available for just $199

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