Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Warns Of Economic Disaster, Promotes Crypto

Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Warns Of Economic Disaster, Promotes Crypto

It’s been just reported that the billionaire Paul Tudor Jones warned the world of a financial test before the Fed’s upcoming hike rate.

In a new interview with CNBC, Jones made sure to explain the fact that the US economy is facing its biggest test since the 1970s and compares the challenges facing the Fed to an ocean-faring ship encountering cross-currents in open waters.

“I think this is one of the most challenging periods ahead for the Federal Reserve Board in its history. I don’t know if we’ve ever navigated something like this… we’ve just never seen anything like this since the ’70s. It’s really uncharted waters,” he said.

He continued and said this:

“I like to think of it as a cross-hatch ocean. Normally in the ocean, you’ll have one swell that moves one direction, occasionally you’ll get a situation where [two swells intersect].”

He also said:

“Imagine trying to navigate that in a boat where you’re dealing with [swells coming from different directions]. That’s what we’ve got right now.”

Rising inflation and contracting economic growth

The billionaire, who is heading the investment management firm Tudor Investment Corporation, says the combination of rising inflation and contracting economic growth poses a significant test for the Fed, which is expected to raise interest rates tomorrow.

Tudor Jones thinks the overall environment brings risks for the average investor.

“You can’t think of a worse environment than where we are right now for financial assets. Clearly, you don’t want to own bonds and stocks.”

He also said the following:

“I think we’re in one of those very difficult periods where simple capital preservation is… the most important thing we can strive for. I don’t know if it’s going to be one of those periods where you’re actually trying to make money.”

Stay tuned for more news, and make sure to keep your eyes on the crypto market.



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