This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Stansberry Research, RJ Talks, Lena Petrova, and Liberty and Finance.
Rudi Fronk, chairman and CEO of Seabridge Gold joins Daniela Cambone on Stansberry Research to discuss the inevitable return of QE and gold prices being set to soar. RJ Talks discusses how the worst case scenario for the economy is now possible as the confict in Israel could bring the price of oil to $150. Lena Petrova reports on the impact of the conflict in Israel on crude oil, gold, and the US Dollar. Matthew Piepenburg of Matterhorn Asset Management joins Liberty and Finance to talk about why gold fell and why the case is still strong.
Oct 9, 2023
“We think the Fed will actually have to step in, reverse course, and start QE all over again to be the buyers of these bonds,” says Rudi Fronk, chairman and CEO of Seabridge Gold. And he believes when that happens, gold will be bullish. He also predicts that there will be two more waves of inflation that will cause gold to have “its biggest moves on a historic base.” Rudi also explains why gold stocks are cheap despite the healthy environment gold miners are in. “I think a lot of it is self-inflicted,” he says. Plus, he stresses that the major global companies historically “have not been very good allocators of capital” and “tend to do their acquisitions at market tops… then sell projects at market bottoms.” “They continue to increase their share count without offsetting that dilution with either reserves or production or other measures that would lead to higher share prices,” he concludes. Watch the interview to learn more. Check out our colleague John Doody’s work at http://GoldStockAnalyst.com.
Oct 9, 2023
The global energy markets are now in jeopardy as war has broken out in the middle east, this time between one America’s closest allies, that being Israel. We look at the damage to the oil markets, and how a war between Israel and Palestine could trigger something much larger, and what that looks like for the global economy, the price of oil, the price of gas, and volatility in the stock market.
Also we look at new research by Goldman Sachs and other investment banks, showing just how bad and out of control an escalating conflict in the middle east could trigger higher energy prices. Worst case scenario now puts the price of oil over $150 a barrel.
Lena Petrova, CPA – Finance, Economics & Tax
Oct 9, 2023
Israel-Hamas War: Crude Oil, Gold and US Dollar Outlook As The Middle East Conflict Escalates
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Oct 9, 2023
“Gold really hasn’t fallen that far,” says Matthew Piepenburg of Matterhorn Asset Management. “The price of 1850 to me is just a minor pullback.” He expects a slingshot move higher amid inflation, chaos geopolitically, and bad economic data.
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