We’re Looking at a Global Recession, if Not a Global Financial Crisis: Rickards

U.S. economic fundamentals and technicals are predominantly negative, with only unemployment and stock market figures appearing positive. Despite this, financial media often focuses solely on stocks and jobs. Searching for economic resilience in countries like China, Japan, and Germany also proves fruitless, as they face their own downturns. With signs pointing to a potential global recession, investors are advised to diversify, favoring cash, precious metals, and resilient sectors like energy and agriculture.