This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Mike Maloney, Arcadia Economics, Stansberry Research, and Wall Street Silver.
Mike Maloney discusses the concerning state of the global economy and says all hell is going to break loose. Arcadia Economics reports on the gold and silver selloff as bond yields touch a 15-year high. Dr. Scott Tinker, the state geologist of Texas joins Matt McCall on Stansberry Research to discuss why everything in our lives is dependent on energy. Peter St Onge on Wall Street Silver talks about the coming global recession.
GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney)
Premiered Sep 28, 2023
In this eye-opening video, Mike Maloney delves into the concerning state of the global economy, starting with the warning signs from Silicon Valley Bank and extending to the massive U.S. national debt, which now stands at over 33 trillion dollars. Find out how the average taxpayer owes a staggering quarter-million dollars in taxes! Discover why tax revenues are falling while debt is skyrocketing, posing a severe threat to our financial stability.
Explore the holders of U.S. debt, including Social Security and military retirement funds, and understand the potential consequences of debt rollovers. Gain insights into the looming crisis, similar to the 2008 recession, and learn why it’s crucial to consider investing in precious metals like gold and silver as a safeguard for your financial future. Don’t miss this urgent analysis that warns, “all hell is going to break loose.”
Premiered Sep 28, 2023
The sell-off in gold and silver has continued again today, as bond yields in the US touched a 15-year high.
It’s been a brutal few months in the bond market, as bonds have sold off in the midst of the Fed’s interest rate hikes that have struggled to reign in inflation. As a result, the higher yields have been pressuring the gold and silver markets, with gold dropping below $1,900 and silver falling below the $23 level.
Although while the higher yields have been painful on the precious metals, they continue to add held-to-maturity losses for the banks and the Federal Reserve. Which is creating an increasingly shaky financial sector that’s being overwhelmed by the higher rates, with even more treasury supply on the way.
Given the correlation of gold to real interest rates over the past decade, there’s a case to be made that the metals prices could be even lower given the current environment. Yet the global gold buying, especially from the central banks has continued to keep the gold price within reach of its all-time highs.
It’s a complex environment, with the Fed policy and the dollar’s response continuing to dictate the trends. And to find out more about the latest moves and news, click to watch this video now!
Sep 28, 2023
A clean-energy future is not possible without a major dependance on fossil fuels. Believe it or not, the transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy will actually increase the demand for “dirty” power. So on this episode of Making Money With Matt McCall, Matt is joined by Dr. Scott Tinker – the state geologist of Texas. They dive into the current state of the energy market and discuss where they think it’s headed in the future.
Scott says that “everything in our lives depends on energy.” While that may not seem like a profound statement on the surface, Scott’s explanation of it will give you a better grasp on just how greatly energy influences the decisions that drive our world. If you have money invested in the energy sector, this is an episode you must tune in for.
Wall Street Silver
Sep 28, 2023
In this video, Peter explores the alarming state of global economies as key economic indicators fall and central banks contemplate their recent strategies. Peter delves into the grim economic realities faced by China, Europe, and America and the potential consequences of current fiscal policies.
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