This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Mike Maloney, Bix Weir, Arcadia Economics, Palisades Gold Radio, Gregory Mannarino, and Liberty and Finance.
Rick Rule joins Mike Maloney to reassure everyone not to let the gold and silver super-cycle buck you off. Bix Weir reports on silver hitting moving averages again but riggers survive. Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin joins Arcadia Economics to discuss gold hitting all-time highs in foreign currencies. Andrew Hoese from Finding Value Finance joins Tom on Palisades Gold Radio to talk about FOMO rushing into commodities. Gregory Mannarino talks about silver surging, Dollar cratering, 10-year yield drops, and more. Andy Schectman, CEO & president of Miles Franklin Precious Metals also joins Liberty and Finance to discuss how all retail silver disappears.
GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney)
Premiered Nov 14, 2023
What are the biggest investing lessons that Rick Rule and Mike Maloney have learned in their decades of investing? Join Mike and Rick in today’s market update, as they trace the history of their early investments and pass on some very valuable insights to our audience. Enjoy.
Nov 14, 2023
The 100 and 200 day COMEX Silver Moving Averages are in play once again as today’s Silver Price Run was STOPPED from running higher! Same game but we all know how it is played so it’s not too exciting. What IS exciting is that the biggest countries in the world have decided to TRIPLE the amount of solar panels and electric cars made between now and 2030!! WHERE WILL THEY GET THE SILVER?!
Premiered Nov 14, 2023
While the price of gold still sits below the $2,000 per ounce level in the US (although it’s about $20 closer to that level following this morning’s rally after the CPI was released), gold has been setting new all-time highs in many of the major foreign currencies.
The foreign gold pricing is indicative of the issues that are not only facing the US, like heavy debtloads and slowing economies, but are present around the world, and have contributed to record central bank gold buying throughout the first 9 months of the year.
Despite higher global interest rates, the gold price remains strong, as countries around the world are seeking out insurance against the weight of the past decade’s borrowing spree. Geopolitical tensions have also added to the demand for gold, and of course the de-dollarization movement has continued on, which is leaving citizens and investors across the world more concerned about that stability of our financial infrastrucutre than ever before.
So in today’s show Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin joins me to comment on the factors that are supporting the gold market, and what his clients are saying when they continue to buy gold and silver as insurance.
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Palisades Gold Radio
Nov 14, 2023
Tom welcomes back Andrew Hoese from Finding Value Finance to the show. Andy runs an educational channel where he digs deep into economic data and conducts chart analysis.
Andrew discusses the potential for inflation in the near future and its impact on various markets. He believes that demographic pressures and fractional reserve lending will lead to inflation and potentially a debt crisis if interest rates rise too high. He suggests that Jerome Powell may raise interest rates further to slow inflation, but this could make it unaffordable for millennials to buy homes. Hoese also discusses the possibility of a short-term slowdown in the real estate market due to deficits and the stimulus sent in 2020. Regardless further inflation may be coming.
Andrew further analyzes the potential effects of transitioning from a low-interest rate to a high-interest rate environment. He suggests that this transition could impact businesses and individuals, potentially leading to a slowdown in certain sectors and causing companies to contract or go out of business.
Hoese believes that gold may perform well under either an inflationary or slowdown economic environment. A rotation of investments may occur, with people turning to commodities and precious metals as a hedge against the general market.
Overall, Andy emphasizes the importance of taking a long-term approach to investing and staying patient. He recommends considering sectors that have a supply deficit, such as uranium, oil, natural gas, metals like platinum and silver, and even homebuilders and banks. He also advises investors to do their research and watch their risk-reward levels.
Hoese’s analysis suggests that a shift in investment mindset may be necessary, with a focus on commodities and precious metals. He emphasizes the importance of taking a long-term approach to investing and being proactive in identifying investment opportunities.
Streamed live Nov 14, 2023
LIVE! “No Inflation” REALLY? Silver SURGES! Dollar CRATERS! 10-Year Yield DROPS! Stocks HIGHER.
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Nov 14, 2023
The retail precious metal industry right now has low premiums and high inventory. However, this could change on a dime. Amid dedollarization, the US debt crisis, and geopolitical turmoil, retail demand could increase with little notice. Only $1 billion could wipe out the entire inventory of all precious metal dealers, says Andy Schectman, CEO & president of Miles Franklin Precious Metals.
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