Brian Leni joins me to kick off today with a discuss about the massive amount of money governments and central banks are committing to businesses and individuals. We have no idea when this isolation will end but there is no doubt the economy will be severely hit for every week an month this lasts.
Peter Hanks, Analyst at DailyFX kicks off today by looking at the US markets and some related factors that are showing fear has dissipated to a small degree.
14 central banks have cut rates and the major central banks are aggressively buying assets which is helping but even the news of California going into lock down is not forcing a sell in US stocks. Maybe the worst is behind us – Maybe not though…
Chris Temple joins me today to share his thoughts on the central bank and government actions recently aimed at stabilizing the markets. A reversal day (so far) for the markets but the USD continues to head higher which is a concern.
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Chris Temple joins me for another editorial focused on the fear in the markets and inability of central banks and governments to calm investors. On a positive note Chris is buying some things on a very selective basis taking a longer term outlook.
If you missed it the Fed cut rates today (Sunday) a full 1% down to 0-0.25%. This move really surprised me and seems to have amped up fears that were already at extreme levels. US future markets already went limit down tonight.
Chris Temple joins me for a special daily editorial sharing our thoughts on this surprise rate cut.
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It was another crazy week and a historically bad week for the metals investors. Fear abounds but the close on Friday is very concerning. US markets finished strong but gold and gold stocks sold off hard.
On this weekend’s show I try to take a big picture look at the precious metals markets and determine when a good time will be to enter the markets again.
- Segment 1 – Jesse Felder kicks off the show with comments on the broad markets. We look ahead to what is to come by looking back in history.
- Segment 2 – Doc is with us again this week to share his thoughts on the charts for gold, silver, and GDX. This week has been very devastating for metals investors.
- Segment 3 – Chris Temple outlines the type of investors that were in the precious metals market before the crash. It tells a lot about why the metals have been hit so hard during this panic.
- Segment 4 – Joe Mazumdar wraps up this hour by sharing what he is recommending for precious metals investors. There are some great value plays in the sector but things are still very scary.
Exclusive Company Interviews This Week
- Revival Gold – The Exploration Plans This Year To Grow The Resource at Beartrack-Arnett
- TriStar Gold – Outlining the work with GoldSpot Discoveries to outline drill targets
- O3 Mining – Updating recent expansion drill results at the Alpha Property and a discussion on the Company’s cash position
- Novo Resources – Answering your questions on the recent share and land acquisitions
Chris Temple joins me for a discussion on why we are seeing a bounce in US markets but not safe haven assets. Gold and silver are breaking some key support levels. The underlying stocks have been crushed this week but is a bottom near?
Craig Hemke joins me to discuss what history has taught us about when fear and panic hit the markets. It’s happened before and while no event plays out the exact same there are some constants that we can expect from central banks and governments.
For all you traders Allison Ostrander has some great comments on how to trade these markets. Most importunately she backs up her price levels with historical references to 2008.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analysts at OANDA kicks off today by discussing the anticipated response from the Fed and US government to help support the markets and economy. What’s on the table and will it work? Tough to call either way right now.