This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Mike Maloney, Arcadia Economics, Bix Weir, ITM Trading, and Palisades Gold Radio.
Tavi Costa and Mike Maloney shares a roadmap for gold and silver. Dave Kranzler joins Arcadia Economics to talk about banks covering gold and silver shorts while funds sell out longs. Bix Weir says chaos is dead ahead and physical silver will survive and thrive. Lynette Zang on ITM Trading discusses China’s economic reality signaling a global collapse. Bob Coleman joins Palisades Gold Radio to decode the silver industry.
GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney)
Premiered Sep 21, 2023
Join Mike Maloney and Tavi Costa from Crestcat Capital as they delve into the latest insights from Crestcat Capital’s newsletter. Discover why U.S. Treasuries are now more volatile than gold for the first time in 45 years and what this means for your portfolio. Explore the relationship between gold and the 10-year real yield, reflecting a shift in macroeconomic conditions and investor sentiment. Learn why the traditional 60-40 portfolio model is historically overvalued and how this might lead to a restructuring that includes a higher allocation to precious metals. Dive into historical gold cycles and understand why silver, often overlooked, might be the most undervalued metal on Earth. Don’t miss this in-depth discussion on gold, silver, and the current economic landscape.
Premiered Sep 21, 2023
While the Federal Reserve had its latest policy meeting this week and left rates unchanged once again (while still suggesting that there might be one more hike in 2023), they didn’t comment on some of the longer term dynamics that have left so many concerned about the future of the US financial system.
Although in today’s show, Dave Kranzler does indeed discuss some of these trends, which include a US debt-load that’s now starting to go parabolic. He talks about the impact this will eventually have on the gold and silver markets, and why despite this year’s pricing, the long-term outcome remains the same.
Dave also looks at the recent COT report, which shows the hedge funds getting more short in silver, while the banks are reducing their short position. A phenomenon that has traditionally been rather accurate in predicting the future path of gold and silver prices.
So to find out more about the developments in the precious metals world and what to expect next in the market, click to watch this video now!
Sep 21, 2023
There’s so much going on right now it’s hard to keep track…but NONE of it points to a smooth landing!!
ITM TRADING, INC.
Sep 21, 2023
When China experiences turbulence, it ripples through the global landscape. What unfolds in China often foreshadows broader trends, whether it’s their CBD season or housing markets. Hence, central banks and governments closely monitor and influence gold prices as a barometer of currency stability. A rising gold price signals potential currency troubles, far more telling than the spot price alone. China’s pivotal role in the global economy hasn’t materialized as expected, so let’s delve into the current situation to unveil its implications for our near-term future.
Palisades Gold Radio
Sep 21, 2023
Tom welcomes Bob Coleman CEO of Idaho Armored Vaults back to the show. Bob discusses some of the shifts and patterns in the precious metals market this year. He explains that the increase in SLV shares by authorized participants does not necessarily reflect an influx of new investors or a rise in silver purchases. Rather, it could simply indicate the moving of existing supplies. Due to low physical volume, borrowing costs, and short positions in the futures market, sentiment levels have been fluctuating and frustrating investors. Bob also identifies factors such as rising interest rates and competition for assets as key contributors to the lack of physical demand. He notes that as the current trading range for metals continues, the potential for a significant breakout or breakdown also increases. Bob advises investors to stick to buying physical metal and paying in cash rather than using leverage or options, as the market often holds unexpected surprises.
Bob reminds listeners to let the information come to them instead of trying to predict the market. He notes that the past months have seen little significant news, leading to a stagnant market. Some investors may not be fully aware of what goes into the digital silver representation of certain financial instruments, presenting a problem for the market. As money shifts away from one asset, it must find a new place to go, and this process takes time to understand. Bob also mentions the current trend of central banks buying gold and how this could impact the market during a crisis. He believes that the silver market, in particular, is oversimplified with an emphasis on paper investments, and that current physical support is growing, but many investors have lost interest due to the absence of news.
Bob also mentions the rise in production costs for silver, potentially contributing to its current price compared to other assets. He suggests that rising costs, specifically for copper and gold, could be future factors to push up gold and silver prices. Bob’s technical analysis of the silver and gold charts leads him to predict that September could be an interesting month for precious metals, as it tends to be seasonally weak for both metals and the stock market. He also speculates on the possibility of informal controls in China to curb imports and support their currency, leading to a disparity in premiums between the Chinese and Western markets. Bob concludes by noting that physical premiums have dropped significantly in the past year, with American Silver Eagles being the only product with enduring pricing power. He believes that this could lead to a balancing of the market and a potential surge in new buyers, and comments on the Silver Symposium’s history of marking low points for silver prices in the past two years.
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