This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Sean Foo, Mike Maloney, Bix Weir, Commodity Culture, and Arcadia Economics.
Sean Foo talks about the gold price collapse and says he’s ready to buy more. Mike Maloney provides an amazing gold data update and talks about the possibility of a 17x gain in stock. Bix Weir reports on House voting to keep or remove the Speaker of the House and how it could affect gold and silver prices. Patrick Karim of Northstar & Badcharts joins Commodity Culture to talk about Uranium going bonkers. Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin joins Arcadia Economics to discuss why silver investors are still buying on the lower price.
Oct 3, 2023
The price of gold recently crashed below $1,850 sparking a big question for investors, is this a good time to get in now? While there are big deflationary pressures coming from higher interest rates, the case for gold is still strong thanks to endless deficit spending and geoeconomic factors. Here’s why I am happy for gold prices to drop and what you must know!
GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney)
Premiered Oct 3, 2023
In this eye-opening video, join Mike Maloney as he delves into the fascinating history of gold’s relationship with the stock market. Using a chart from Incrementum, Mike traces the shifts in this critical ratio, revealing how fiat currency and economic policies have disrupted the balance. Discover the enormous potential gains waiting for investors as the stored energy in this ratio reaches new heights. Could now be the time to consider gold and silver as part of your investment strategy? Don’t miss this enlightening discussion!
Oct 3, 2023
As I write this the House is voting to keep or remove the Speaker of the House. In any other world gold and silver would have skyrocketed on the hint of such a momentous vote. But not in a Rigged World!
Oct 3, 2023
Patrick Karim of Northstar & Badcharts breaks down both uranium miners and the physical uranium market using high-level technical analysis, and all signs point to a ‘bonkers’ run for the yellow metal. Patrick also breaks down silver, gold, and the energy sector, using charts to explain his investment thesis.
Premiered Oct 3, 2023
For those who like seeing volatility in the financial markets, this has been your week!
The carnage in the bond market has continued, with the yield on the US 10-year note reaching 4.79%, while silver futures are down to $21.35, and gold has settled at $1,840. The Dow Jones is now in negative territory on the year, and while the S&P and Nasdaq are still in positive territory, they are both now significantly lower than their peaks in July.
The spike in interest rates, which has accelerated over the past month in particular, has dominated the markets and left risk assets lower. And with inflation metrics rising over the past month while the Fed is still indicating another rate hike is yet to come, the pain in the bond market may not yet be over.
So in today’s show with Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin we take a look at how investors are responding in the physical silver market, and also get an update on the latest movement in the premiums. Andy reports that there’s still physical silver buying, as many of his clients continue to add to positions on the move lower in price.
He also talks about the latest moves in the bond markets, and the pressure that’s putting on a banking sector that’s already experienced issues throughout 2023. So to find out more about the latest trading action that’s affecting the silver market, click to watch this video now!
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