Chris Temple joins me today for a general discussion on bubbles and the narrative of an everything bubble. We address how interest rates and central banks play a roll but also some other factors that we have seen throughout history that contribute to the growth of bubbles.
Craig Hemke kicks off today with some comments on the long term outlook for gold. We can get distracted on the day to day moves, especially when they are as violent as they are now, but understanding the major drivers is key for most investors. Central banks are key to driving metals prices but some other factors also need to be noted.
We are starting to hear from select central bank members that they think that lower interest rates are not the answer to economic problems. This brings up the question of if we will actually start to see some change to the lower for longer policy that has been in place for decades in some countries. Chris Temple joins me for his thoughts on the matter.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joined me today to share his thoughts on the selloff in stocks. Trade is a major issue but central banks also issuing warnings about global growth through their actions are seriously shifting money flows.
Chris Temple joined me early today to address the open of the markets which is looking bad for US markets. This is continuing to push gold higher bow through $1,500. We had some smaller central banks cut more than expected, the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) and RBNZ (Reserve Bank of New Zealand), while the Bank of Thailand also cut rates.
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me to recap the major news events of the week. We start with the Fed statement but more importantly the market reaction. Then Trump’s tweet which swung some of the markets in the opposite direction. A lot to take in but overall central banks are leading us down a single road, let’s see where it all leads us…
The market continue to be dominated by central bank comments and expectations as well as political news. Yesterday and today are prime examples of the short term moves that can happen on expected and unexpected comments.
Joel Elconin, Co-Host of the Benzinga Pre-Market Prep Show joins me to share his thoughts on these crazy markets and how fundamentals just don’t matter anymore.
Joel Elconin, Co-Host of The Benzing Pre-Market Prep Show joins me today for a couple more comments on the ECB statement and upcoming Fed statement. With central banks firmly in the dovish camp (we will see about the Fed tomorrow) how will this impact markets and even gold?
Chris Temple joins me today to share his thoughts on the dovish tone from Draghi at the ECB and the overall market reaction. We look at the US markets, gold and the USD. We also discuss the thoughts that more easing from central banks will help the broad commodity sector as well as the economy.
Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter joins me to share his thoughts on the the current environment of low yields around the world. It seems central banks and economies around the world are stuck with low rates that could get even lower. We also discuss the potential of another recession coming in the next two years.
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