Just last week Jordan announced he was buying a couple junior gold stocks. We discuss why now he is putting money at play and what characteristics he is looking for in the companies he is investing in. Overall this recent pullback has been very constructive for the sector. Even if the PMs move sideways to the end of the year it sets up for a move higher in 2020.
Jordan Roy-Byrne and I discuss the importance of gold holding $1,450 over the past couple days even when US markets are at all time highs. We also recap the CoT reports where the speculators are still net long and have not unwound a significant number of those positions. The final comment on the potential of gold stocks and US markets to move up together is very important.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me today to share his thoughts on the precious metals sector after yesterday’s selloff. We look at the recent action in the gold and silver stocks as very encouraging for the overall PM complex however we probably won’t see a major move higher this year. We also address how the stock market, US dollar, and bond market are playing their rolls.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me today to outline the importance of moves int he US markets vs precious metals. We discuss overall sentiment in both sectors which is one of the key drivers. Also short term compared to long term Fed policy related to a potential recession is key in determining short to medium term moves. Finally general fund flows are short term drivers to price.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me for a broad look at the main drivers for gold. Over a year ago Jordan was saying that gold would finally move when the Fed switched course from rate hikes. That happened at the end of last year and helped gold go though a very good 2019 so far. Now it is important to understand what could happen to gold if the Fed stops it’s rate cuts. We cover a lot in the interview but it is all important to understand.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me to chat about the recent relationship between the US dollar and gold price. Over the past year the two have moved up together but today was a divergence of that trend. Not saying that this one day is the start of a new trend but a falling dollar could bring on all sorts of new risks that most are ignoring.
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.
Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder of The Daily Gold joins me to share his thoughts on a wild day for the markets. We focus mostly on gold and compare the nice two day bounce to how the gold stocks are reacting. We also look to the big selloff in US markets and how this is helping move money into safer assets.
Jordan Roy-Byrne joins me to look at the gold and gold stock charts and debunk some of the myths being touted. We start with the head and shoulders pattern that a lot of people are pointing to as short term bearish for gold. We also balance out the bullish and bearish arguments that address just how extended the market is. Finally we wrap with a comment on the over all volatility in the precious metals currently.
There is no doubt we will see some volatility on the back of the Fed statement and Powell’s press conference. However it is important to understand the major trends and drivers in any market.
Jordan Roy-Byrne and I look at the longer term charts for gold, silver, and gold miners to get a handle on what the next few months will look like. These metals have been a great run due to central bank easing expectations. However over the past couple weeks the bond market has experienced a major shift along with some inflation data that has investors pairing some of these extreme expectations. We discuss all of this while focusing on gold and silver.