Palisades Gold Radio: Full Steam Ahead for the Fed to Taper (w/ Lance Lewis)


Palisades Gold Radio
Oct 28, 2021

Tom welcomes back Lance Lewis President of Lewis Capital. Lance discusses the somewhat stagnant gold market over the past months. He notes that gold is currently on the edge of a many-month compression triangle. This market for gold feels like a bear market especially since everything else has been melting up. This should concern investors since at some point this trend will end. He lays out a couple of different scenarios for where gold may head.

Lance discusses the monetary environment and the Fed’s desire to pull back on its accommodative policies. Eventually, the low for gold will be in and it will probably coincide with equity markets dropping. Gold stopped reacting to real yields back in 2020 when rates reached quite low numbers.

He explains his gold model and some of the indicators it uses. Currently, it’s fairly neutral on the market.

Miners may be improving simply because the market has gotten too short.

The seasonal tendency for equities is to move into autopilot once we’ve made it thru October. Usually, the Fed’s actions create problems for equities and tapering reveals the next underlying problem with the economy or banking system.

Current inflation is not transitory but depends on monetary policy. When the Fed backs off on stimulus we will see an eventual decline in inflationary pressures. However, be mindful as there is likely another crisis coming. This will drive the next cycle of inflation. This current inflationary period isn’t going to end quickly. Everyone is now talking about inflation which makes it a bad time to get long on inflation.

The next ten days will be interesting to see where gold and the mining equities are heading.



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