David Erfle joins me to look at the gold price now that it has been able to break the $1,300 level. We compare the moves in the juniors and the lack of volume. Also with the Fed speaking tomorrow it will be a key monthly close after what is sure to be a volatile day.
Sean Brodrick, editor of the Wealth Super-Cycle newsletter over at Weiss Group shares some of the sectors he is adding or watching closely for his newsletter. While still reading off a bearish playbook for US equities there are opportunities in some sectors we look at daily.
Over the last couple weeks I have received a number of emails and saw the comments asking for more updates on the oil/energy sector. That got me to reach out to Joseph Schachter, Founder of The Schachter Energy Report. We discuss when in 2019 he thinks that the oil sector will start running higher and even shares some stocks that he thinks will be the best picks.
John Rubino has some thoughts on how gold could benefit from all the worrisome market signs and politics around the world. He also comments on the government shut-down that is now over, at least temporarily.
A new guest to the show Jack Roberts if the Options Trading Expert at Simpler Trading. He joins me today to outline why he thinks the US markets still have a good chance to get back to the all times of September of last year. He is not saying that this will be multiple year run higher as there are some key risks in 2020.
Last week Skeena Resources (TSX.V: SKE, OTCQX: SKREF) released some very nice high grade results from surface at the Eskay Creek Project. However the market reaction to these results was muted as the stock did not move.
I reached out to Skeena’s President and CEO Walter Coles for a comment. He addresses an analyst report that had a couple errors in understanding what type of rock the drill holes came from. We also get an update on what the plans are for this year at Eskay.
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Chris Temple joins me today to shares his thoughts on the weak earnings that are driving down the markets today. As we progress through this week we have a couple other major events that include the Fed and China talks which could drive markets.
- Segment 1 – Valentin Schmid discuss some of the fallacies of governmental action in domestic economic issues.
- Segment 2 – Talk Show Host Karen Kataline discuss the concept of fake news.
- Segment 3 – Professor Antony Mueller discusses the American national debt and the dangers of a resulting inflation.
- Segment 4 – Professor Atony Mueller discuss the danger of inflation. These dangers are much more serious than most realize.
After what was turning out to be the first slow week in months Friday changed all that with markets and metals moving higher. On this week’s show we focus a lot on the overall quite market for metals stocks. We even dive into a couple specific stocks that our guests are following.
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- Segment 1 – Byron King kicks off the show with comments on why only true exploration drilling is getting noticed. He also shares a couple companies that he is following in his newsletter.
- Segment 2 – Chris Kimble, Founder of Kimble Charting Solutions focuses on three currency charts (posted below) that could have an impact on the PMs.
- Segment 3 – We step away from the metals sector with Mike Larson as he breaks down what typically happens after a Fed pause.
- Segment 4 – John Kaiser wraps up the first hour by diving into a couple stocks that he thinks have a chance to make some positive moves this year.
Chris Temple joins me today to outline how a Wall Street Journal article is helping to drive markets and metals higher, while pushing the dollar lower. Just another day where headlines are moving markets…