Palisades Gold Radio: We Stand on the Gold Launchpad (w/ Lawrence Lepard)


Palisades Gold Radio
Mar 31, 2022

The actions of Russia will likely begin driving the price of gold. We’ve reached a tipping point not unlike when Charles de Gaulle began demanding gold in the 70s.

Putin is hitting back economically. The seizure (theft) of reserves was a clear warning to many countries. The Ukraine/Russia conflict is equally an economic one.

Lawrence discusses the low valuations in commodities and the lack of capital investment in resources. Inflation appears to now be the norm. The dollar could go higher because it’s still the best of the worst.

The trend in purchasing power will continue to decline. He says, “Their drunk and they can’t stop drinking.” Europe needs Russia’s oil and Putin is forcing a seat at the table.

The West has ignored and treated Russia like a second-class citizen for too long. The arrogance of those in power is stunning, and Putin is not stupid. They are not used to someone standing up to them and winning.

We are on the verge of another move higher in gold. Margins and multiples in equities are going to come down and holding general stocks now makes no sense. “A huge trend change is coming… and you want to be on the right side of this.

If you’re not investing in the right areas it’s going to be a very painful experience.” Front running may be part of the equation for inflation. Wages aren’t likely to keep up, and it’s difficult to assess all the various parts of the inflation picture.

It takes time to solve supply chain issues and find good workarounds. He states, “A capital system based on the correct allocation of capital will make more stuff for less. We need productivity.”

A crackup boom is a possibility and so is hyperinflation. A crackup boom occurs when the majority realize that government will never stop printing. People change their spending habits and will buy stuff they don’t need to sell it later.

Another sign is a stock market that continues shooting up relentlessly. Lawrence expects the problems we see with nickel markets to also occur with other commodities. The LME changed the rules, breaking prior trades, and screwed a bunch of traders.

Lastly, he discusses how miners remain an excellent buying opportunity. They will provide multiples in leverage over the performance of the metal.


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