Craig Hemke joins me today to address the factors that he thinks will drive the precious metals market in 2020. Looking past the recent volatility on the back of geopolitical tensions we go back to basics and central bank politics.
On this weekend show I feature Rick Bensignor and Peter Boockvar for two extended segments. We focus on what’s ahead in 2020 and what they think will be the major drivers for a wide range of markets.
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- Segment 1 and 2 – Rick Bensingor kicks off the show with an extended conversation ranging from US markets to international and bonds, gold, and the US Dollar.
- Segment 3 and 4 – Peter Boockvar wraps up the first hour with a focus on the interest rate picture for 2020 and what he expects to hear out of central banks. All with a focus on how markets will move throughout 2020.
Exclusive Company Interviews This Week
- Riverside Resources – Recapping the highlights of 2019 and looking ahead to the work on tap for 2020
- Great Bear Resources – Recapping the recent high grade drill results at the Gap and Auro Zones
- Calibre Mining – A Look Into 2020 For Production and Exploration Plans
- Goldplay Exploration – More information on the large land acquisition beside the San Marcial Project
- New Pacific Metals – A Complete Overview Of One Of The Strongest Silver Stocks In 2019
- Skeena Resources – Revisiting the recent bonanza grade drill result from the Snip Project
In what is going to be the busiest week before the end of the year in terms of news we actually saw markets fairly muted throughout it all. Be sure to go back throughout the week and listen to the daily editorials where we dive into everything from the Fed meeting, trade developments, and specific company news.
In this first hour we step away from the day to day market movement and look ahead to 2020 for central bank policies. We also spend a lot of time discussing certain metal stocks and noteworthy news evens for metals investors.
- Segment 1 – Chris Temple kicks off the show with a look into 2020 for central bank policies.
- Segment 2 – David Erlfe, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky looks at some of the major news events for the resource sector over the past couple weeks. There have been some big M&A transactions as well as some significant bought deal financing.
- Segment 3 – Jayant Bhandari shares his insights on a coupole stocks that are performing well right now and a couple stocks he thinks are next to move.
- Segment 4 – Bob Wares, Executive Chairman of Osisko Metals wraps up the first hour by looking ahead to the big exploration plans for the Company next year. We also discuss the overall base metal sector as it pertains to running a base metals exploration Company.
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.