Martenson on Yahoo! Finance: The Wisdom of Owning "Things" vs "Paper"
Aligned with Martenson here:
"For traditional investments like stocks and bonds, which are priced on assumptions of future growth, this spells trouble. How do you price these instruments in a world of flat - or even negative - growth? No one knows for sure at this time, but Chris is confident the future price for these asset classes will be materially less than they now command.
Couple that with Chris' concerns about the money printing and currency debasement that the major world economies are pursuing, and it's no wonder that he recommends investors look to increase their holdings of hard assets vs "paper" ones."
In World Without Growth, Buy "Water, Food and Warmth", Chris Martenson Says