By Cory Making Some Sense Of The Volatility In US Markets and Metals
Another week and more volatility driven by political news and headlines that have not materialized into anything. The US markets had a weak close on Friday but have not broken down to recent lows. While gold continues to test its upper resistance with consistently higher lows. We discuss all of these topics in the first hour of the show.
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Segment 1: We kick off the show with Dana Lyons and his research on the S&P. The market has traded in a range of less than 5% over the past 3 weeks but has experienced a record number of 1% daily swings.
Segment 2: Northern Empire is a stock that continues to outperform the metals sector. I have the President and CEO Mike Allen on the show to recap recent news and look to what is to come in this drill season.
Segment 3: Jayant Bhandari recently visited the Novo site then was in China for a metals conference. He shares his thoughts on Novo and some considerations for the One Belt One Road infrastructure build-out.
Segment 4: Jeff Deist, President of the Mises Institute chats about the recent relations between the US and China, Syria, and Canada.
Segment 5: We open KER Politics with Ronald Kessler author of The Trump White House.
Segment 6: Tudor Dixon discusses her work with Lumen which increases geopolitical awareness among young people.
Segment 7: We discuss two political hot potatoes. The first dealing with the question is Assad a dictator and the second bed the situation with James Comey.
Segment 8: Rebecca Walser author of Wealth Unbroken discusses the concept of diversification in today’s conventional markets.
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Source:: The Korelin Economics Report