by Greg Hunter
“We’re at 2008 crash levels,” says Ron Hera of Heraresearch.com. Hera thinks, “The dollar has been artificially strong . . . the dollar is due for a sharp decline.” The Federal Reserve is likely to start printing money soon to spur the economy, and that will add to already rising commodity prices. Hera says, “Silver is massively undervalued. A smart investor would just buy silver and wait for the supply/demand fundamentals . . . to cause the price to rise.” Rising food prices are especially troubling to Hera because of their negative impact on global stability. He says, “Spiking corn, wheat and soybean prices” are leading to “political instability on a large scale.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Ron Hera.