John Smallwood - Smallwood Wealth
Where is the world headed? Cash in the bank is losing value as living expenses continue to rise. Everyone's being forced into increasingly risky assets amidst growing uncertainty about the future. John L. Smallwood is making a return visit to this podcast to share his views about the Infrastructure Bill, its effect on commodities prices and inflation, and how the government is printing money that is not being spent efficiently.
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