This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Deepin Moments, Commodity Culture, Arcadia Economics, and Wall Street Silver.
Deepin Moments shares news of Germany inviting China to fix the Nord Stream II pipeline. Lynette Zang from ITM Trading joins Commodity Culture to discuss why central banks are buying gold at the fastest pace ever. John Lee joins Arcadia Economics to talk about silver and gold being under pressure from the Dollar rising. Larry McDonald joins Wall Street Silver to explain what is holding gold and silver back and warns of a bank collapse.
Sep 27, 2023
In this video, we delve into the Nord Stream Pipeline, a significant natural gas conduit jointly constructed by Russia and Germany. This multi-billion euro project has played a vital role in ensuring a stable natural gas supply for the European population.
Historically, France and Germany, as core members of the European Union, have been known for their robust industrial capabilities, stable structures, and thriving ecosystems. The Nord Stream Pipeline provided Germany with access to affordable natural gas from Russia, supporting its extensive industrial system and meeting the energy demands of its citizens. However, recent events, including an explosion incident on the pipeline, have raised concerns about European energy security and geopolitical dynamics, particularly impacting Germany.
The Eurasian continent is undergoing a transformation reminiscent of historical patterns of “feudal fragmentation.” Germany’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline represents more than just an energy conduit; it signifies profound political and economic connections in this global chessboard. Any disruption in this critical element can lead to energy supply disruptions,
Sep 27, 2023
Lynette Zang of ITM Trading believes that the fiat ponzi scheme perpetrated by the central planners is headed for a crash course collision that can only end in hyperinflation, and central bankers have been ravenously buying gold to hedge. Lynette argues that escaping the monetary system by holding physical gold and silver is one of the best ways to find shelter in the coming financial storm.
Premiered Sep 27, 2023
We continue to see a rather direct inverse correlation between the metals and the dollar, with the metals receiving a bid earlier this year while the dollar sold off following its 2022 rally, as investors anticipated an end to the Federal Reserve’s rate hiking program. Yet as the rates have continued higher for longer, and the dollar decline has reversed, once again pressuring gold and silver.
In today’s show John Lee of Silver Elephant talks about this trend, and also his forecast from back in May that we would continue to see rates increase. He looks at the levels we’re at now, and talks about where he sees gold and silver moving to as we head towards the end of the year.
John also offers his opinion on the activity out of the BRICS, and the de-dollarization trend that we’re seeing around the world. So to find out more about the latest trends in the dollar, metals, and interest rate markets, click to watch this video now!
Wall Street Silver
Premiered Sep 27, 2023
NY Times Bestselling Author and Founder of the Bear Traps Report, Larry McDonald, joins us today as we delve into a thorough analysis of current economic trends and their connection to past financial crises, with a spotlight on the Lehman crisis. Larry provides insight into the market’s recent behavioral shifts, exploring the implications of rising interest rates, bond value fluctuations, and the impact on regional banks. Furthermore, we discuss the future of precious metals, the potential repercussions of regional bank collapse, and the speculative scenarios surrounding liquidity and federal interventions.z
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