Peter Schiff is always playing the doomsday card. While I think things are terrible, and the recent highs in the market don't translate (ie: printing), I can't subscribe to the extremist position that Peter always takes.
I wonder if he is Tyler Durden @ ZH?
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Yes, I though it was fun and informative to see Peter Schiff in the midst of that discussion with Maria and the others.
But I guess you know me and a few others often want to hear (&worried) the alarmists' view too.
I was hoping to see Max Keiser, or even Lauren Lyster start to appear on CNBC someday
Tyler Durdan? not sure , but the ZH small face drawing picture of his articles sure looks like the Brad Pitt character!
Last edited by Cloudy; March 18th, 2013 at 08:19 PM.