In an exclusive interview with Bitcoin.com News, trend forecaster Gerald Celente declared that “World War III has started” and offered his thoughts on Covid-19, cryptocurrency, the Great Reset, and gold.
The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort, discussed long-term Bitcoin investing as Americans continue to suffer from soaring inflation in the U.S., despite the Biden White House’s claim that the most recent figures are “out-of-date.”
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Trend Forecaster Gerald Celente Says World War 3 Has Begun — ‘If the People Don’t Unite for Peace, We Are Finished’
the well-known trendspotter and editor of the Trends Journal. In a phone chat, Celente described the uncertainties surrounding the international economy following the Covid-19 outbreak, which caused governments all around the world to lock down their citizens, shut down enterprises, and pump trillions of dollars into the economy.
The debate includes topics including gold, bitcoin, the epidemic, the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, and the Federal Reserve. According to the trends forecaster, World War III has already started, and if people do not come together to support world peace, then we the people are doomed. Celente emphasized that if people desire true change, they must take action to bring it about themselves and cannot rely on hope.
‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Jordan Belfort Says He’d Be Shocked if You Didn’t Make Money Investing in Bitcoin Long Term
The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort, claims that if you look out three, four, or five years, he would be surprised if you didn’t earn money investing in bitcoin since the fundamentals are so good.
Kevin O’Leary Warns Major Crypto Panic Event Is Coming — ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Seen the Bottom Yet’
Mr. Wonderful, a character on Shark Tank, Kevin O’Leary, has warned of an imminent “great panic event” in the cryptocurrency world. I have a different perspective on it, and I don’t think we’ve reached the bottom yet, he added.
US Inflation Remains Scorching Hot, Jumping to 9.1% in June — White House Says CPI Data Is Already ‘Out-of-Date’
Inflation in the United States is still burning hot, rising at the fastest yearly rate since 1981, according to the most recent Consumer Price Index (CPI) report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even though many bureaucrats and economists believed May’s CPI data would be the record high, June’s CPI data showed a 9.1% year-over-year increase.