Columnist and precious-metals expert David Yoe Williams says he thinks Federal Reserve rate hikes and other headwinds mean Wall Street's eight-year-old bull market is just months away from hitting a brick wall.

"I think it comes to a screeching halt sometime in October," Yoe said in our latest monthly Trading Strategies expert roundtable. "I think there are tremendous headwinds -- both from the [Federal Reserve] aspect and also politically.

"They're not going to come to the fore until we get to the fall," he predicted. "But when they do, I think there are going to be some serious repercussions."

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