A recent report from the World Gold Counsel highlights the global demand for gold back ETFs that hit a record high in September. Ned Schmidt, Founder of the Value View Gold Report joins me to share his thoughts on this report. We look at the increase in demand from Europe and what that is telling us about the health of that economy.
Doc kicks off today with a close look at the S&P and gold charts. We breakdown some of the key technical factors that we are watching as well as outline where we see the markets going into next year.
We have talked a lot recently about the under-performance of precious metals but there are some examples of stocks with good news that are being sold off. John Kaiser joins me to share some of the companies he is watching that have sold off on news that he thinks is positive moving forward.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me for a couple quick comments on the moves today in gold and silver against the underlying stocks. We then recap Jerome Powell’s recent comments regarding QE which he is not calling QE. We wrap the interview with a recap of the year so far for the moves in metals.
Chris Temple wraps up today by discussing trade issues and Fed President Powell’s comments. First off we address the comments by Powell that the Fed is preparing to expand its balance sheet. The fact is that the balance sheet has been expanding over the past month already. We also look at the actions out of the US today that are pushing any probability of a trade deal significantly backwards.
This is a wide ranging discussion with Dave Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky. We dive into a couple news events and a couple companies involved in gold and silver that should be watched or avoided.
Joel Elconin, Co-Host of the Benzinga Pre-Market Prep Show joins me to chat about the continued influence of politics on the markets. Volatility and fear are here to stay but we look ahead to the upcoming earnings season as a short term driver but more importunately what it could mean for future US economic data.
Ed Moya, Chief Market Analyst at OANDA kick off today by recapping some of the major geopolitical events that are weighing on markets. It has been a continued story where politics are playing a major roll in market moves. The biggest change is that these political factors are sticking around from prolonged periods of time. We discuss the trade war between the US and China and recent events in Iraq and Ecuador that factor into the oil market.
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me today to discuss why he is concerned about the balance between rising debt and falling interest rates. This all comes on the back of the weak data this morning out of Germany and all last week from the US.
Jack Roberts is the Options Trading Specialist over at Simpler Trading. He joins me today for his first interview on the show. We focus on his broad assessment of the US equity markets and how he is trading the semi-conductors and retail sectors.