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June 08, 2017, 09:17:17 PM
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This week the financial analyst and precious metals proponent Andy Hoffman spoke with Greg Hunter from USAwatchdog.com concerning his opinion about the decline of our global economy. During the interview, Hoffman talked about the rise of cryptocurrencies and why he thinks bitcoin might be a game changer for the world.

Andy Hoffman is a well-known financial analyst who believes the global economy is suffering from a significant depression with exponential debt. Hoffman details it’s difficult for the public to see these facts due to the stock market and other manipulated markets continuing to rise. “They have created ‘Dotcom valuations’ in an increasingly ‘Great Depression’ era, which, by the way, are only being enjoyed by 1% of the population,” explains Hoffman.

"The largest most destructive Ponzi scheme is at its end. You can’t do anymore. They can’t say the economy is getting better — All the market manipulation and money printing is dying. All that’s going to be left is hyperinflation."

Read More Here >>> https://news.bitcoin.com/financial-analyst-andy-hoffman-says-we-should-be-thankful-for-bitcoin/
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This week the financial analyst and precious metals proponent Andy Hoffman spoke with Greg Hunter from USAwatchdog.com concerning his opinion about the decline of our global economy. During the interview, Hoffman talked about the rise of cryptocurrencies and why he thinks bitcoin might be a game changer for the world.

Andy Hoffman is a well-known financial analyst who believes the global economy is suffering from a significant depression with exponential debt. Hoffman details it’s difficult for the public to see these facts due to the stock market and other manipulated markets continuing to rise. “They have created ‘Dotcom valuations’ in an increasingly ‘Great Depression’ era, which, by the way, are only being enjoyed by 1% of the population,” explains Hoffman.

"The largest most destructive Ponzi scheme is at its end. You can’t do anymore. They can’t say the economy is getting better — All the market manipulation and money printing is dying. All that’s going to be left is hyperinflation."

Read More Here >>> https://news.bitcoin.com/financial-analyst-andy-hoffman-says-we-should-be-thankful-for-bitcoin/

A few years ago I had many analysts who commented badly about bitcoin until some newcomer like me when I read the opniao of some analysts I was shocked and now that bitcoin is having a lot of acceptance many analysts to appear in the channels of information as the best of the best comment well on bitcoin

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