Palisades Gold Radio
Sep 3, 2021
Tom welcomes back James Anderson from SD Bullion to the show. James discusses gold demand since 2020 and how interest in metals is steadily increasing. In the years to come, this interest will continue as uncertainty in the markets grows.
The structure of the financial system today is vastly different than in the past. Now there are layers of obscurity hiding the unstable system. Eventually, these problems will be too big to hide.
People underestimate the psychological effects of inflation and how it will affect the middle class. The inflation numbers reported by the government are easy to debunk. Ultimately higher prices will be reflected in the precious metals.
James discusses traveling through Turkey recently and seeing Istanbul’s impressive ancient architecture. There is considerable bullion demand in Turkey particularly due to ongoing issues with their currency. The people there are suffering and barely able to stay above water.
If you buy bullion you want to have a long-term perspective. When you understand the fiat system you will realize the benefits of having a position in metals.
Premiums are still somewhat elevated and James believes we may not see a return to pre-pandemic levels.
It’s unlikely the United States would go after an individual’s gold directly. However, they may create some additional fees or taxes on the metals in the future. Having some of your bullion offshore may be a good idea so long as you are cautious of where you keep it.
The equity markets may now be considered national security interests. Therefore they will likely do everything they can to maintain the system. With everyone invested the consequences of a large pullback could be very serious.
Lastly, he discusses the uses for platinum, its price, and the overall supply-demand fundamentals.
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