CEO and Chief Global Strategist
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Peter Schiff is the CEO and Chief Global Strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, an SEC-Registered Investment Adviser and a full service broker/dealer. He is also Chairman of SchiffGold, his precious metals dealer, more


QE4 Sends Dow Above 28,000
The Dow continued its winning streak hitting 28,000 with the Nasdaq also hitting new highs along with the S&P 500. The only major index not enjoying the party is the Russell 200, the one index that best reflects the domestic economy.
It's Bad Monetary Policy Not A Good Economy
We had record high closes yesterday in the S&P 500, the Nasdaq composite; the Dow Jones not quite a new record but still up better than 300 points: 301.13 to be precise.
Service Sector To Follow Manufacturing Into Recession
In this podcast, I discuss today's nonfarm payroll numbers, IPO's being cancelled due to insufficient investor demand, and ISM non-manufacturing is down, way down.
The Coming Financial Hurricane Will Be A Cat 5
Economists are going to say that Hurricane Dorian is going to be good for GDP but the economy is disastrous enough without believing the Keynesian fallacy that disasters are good for the economy.
Gold Breaks Out But Investors Remain Cautious
The reason the S&P made a record high this week is not indicative of a better economy under President Trump, it's because the Fed is cutting rates to prop up a sagging economy.
Trump Is Keynes On Steroids
Gold din't hold its rise this week thanks to stronger than expected economic data of an upward revision to GDP. There's a lot of noise as gold keeps knocking on the resistance door.




Latest Posts
Ron Paul: We Live In A Chaotic World Of Malinvestment And Debt
Dr. Ron Paul shared his free market perspective of Federal Reserve policy with CNBC. (Video Length: 00:03:00)
Ron Paul On Gold And The Health Of The US Dollar
Dr. Ron Paul discussed the future of the dollar on the Ron Paul Liberty Report this week. He believes that the value of the dollar is in a bubble that will eventually pop when the Federal Reserve is forced to raise interest rates.

Work Experience

CEO and Chief Global Strategist
Euro Pacific Capital, Inc
1996 - Present (24 years 4 months)
Euro Pacific Capital offers a means for American investors to gain exposure to those areas of the global economy that have largely avoided the crushing debt burden that has swamped many developed economies.
Shearson Lehman Brothers
1987 - 1996 (10 years 1 month)


University of California, Berkeley
Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance
1983 / 1987


The Real Crash: America's Coming Bankruptcy - How to Save Yourself and Your Country
Peter Schiff
St. Martin's Press - Revised and Updated edition
Peter D. Schiff has fully revised and updated his provocative New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller The Real Crash. First published in 2012, The Real Crash argues that America is enjoying a government-inflated bubble, one that reality will explode...with disastrous consequences for the economy and for each of us.
How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes - Collector's Edition
Peter Schiff, Andrew Schiff

How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes uses illustration, humor, and accessible storytelling to explain complex topics of economic growth and monetary systems. Inspired by How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't, a previously published book by the Schiffs' father Irwin, a widely published economist and activist, How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes incorporates the spirit of the original while tackling the latest economic issues. With wit and humor, the Schiffs explain the roots of economic growth, the uses of capital, the destructive nature of consumer credit, the source of inflation, the importance of trade, savings, and risk, and many other topical principles of economics. The tales told here may appear simple of the surface, but they will leave you with a powerful understanding of How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes.

Crash Proof 2.0: How to Profit From the Economic Collapse
Peter Schiff

A fully updated follow-up to the bestselling financial survival guide, Crash Proof, which described the economy as a house of cards on the verge of collapse, with over 80 pages of new material. For more than a decade, Schiff has not only observed the economy, but also helped his clients restructure their portfolios to reflect his outlook. What he sees today is a nation facing an economic storm brought on by growing federal, personal, and corporate debt; too little savings; and a declining dollar. Crash Proof 2.0 picks up right where the first edition left off. Throughout the book, Schiff explains the factors that will affect your future financial stability and offers a specific three step plan to battle the current economic downturn. Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Crash Proof 2.0 will help you survive and thrive during the coming years of economic uncertainty.

The Little Book of Bull Moves, Updated and Expanded:
Peter Schiff
In The Little Book of Bull Moves, popular author and economic advisor, Peter Schiff, takes a new look at America's bull markets of the 1920's, 1960's, and 1990's, and the bear markets that followed. Analyzing similarities and differences from both an economic and political perspective, Schiff discusses investment strategies that worked then and explains how those same conservative approaches to investing can be applied in today's market.
Crash Proof: How to Profit From the Coming Economic Collapse
Peter Schiff

The economic tipping point for the United States is no longer theoretical. It is a reality today. The country has gone from the world's largest creditor to its greatest debtor; the value of the dollar is sinking; domestic manufacturing is winding down - and these trends don't seem to be slowing. Peter Schiff casts a sharp, clear-sighted eye on these factors and explains what the possible effects may be and how investors can protect themselves. For more than a decade, Schiff has not only observed the U.S. economy, but also helped his clients reposition their portfolios to reflect his outlook. What he sees is a nation facing an economic storm brought on by growing federal, personal, and corporate debt, too-little savings, a declining dollar, and lack of domestic manufacturing.