Joel Elconin kicks off today by sharing his thoughts on what is truly driving these markets. Everything from Fed Chairman Powell’s recent comments to a possible vaccine are all playing their roles in the short term breakout in the US markets.
This week was packed with company updates and introductions. Please check out the links below to all the interviews. It really helps me out when you all send me questions so please keep them coming to Fleck@kereport.com.
I hope you all have a great weekend and enjoyable long weekend for all our Canadian listeners.
- Segment 1 and 2 – Peter Boockvar, Chief Investment Officer at Bleakley Advisory Group kicks off the show with his thoughts on ZIRP and the damage it has done to other Countries. We also comment on the markets ability to ignore the consistent bad economic data.
- Segment 3 – Marc Chandler, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx outlines how the currency markets have reacted to ZIRP around the world.
- Segment 4 – Mike Konnert, President and CEO of Vizsla Resources wraps up the first hour with an update on recent drill results and an overview of the exploration plans for this year. Vizsla is a new silver exploration company that is exploring a newly consolidated land package called the Panuco Project in Mexico.
Exclusive Company Updates and Introductions
- Skeena Resources – More high grade drill results and a recap of the winter 2020 drill program
- TriStar Gold – Webinar Replay
- GR Silver Mining – Recapping recent news – Bought Deal Financing, Plomosas Exploration Results
- Osisko Metals – 2020 plans for Pine Point – PEA and future exploration
- Maple Gold Mines – Recent drill results and an overview of upcoming exploration
- Endeavour Silver – Discussing an operational turnaround, organic growth and exploration potential
- Great Bear Resources – Recapping the first deep drill hole results
- Pure Gold Mining – Overview of Construction Progress and Exploration plans this year
- SilverCrest Metals – Restarting work at Las Chispas and addressing the 9million share block that went up for sale today
- GR Silver Mining – More High Grade Results From Plomosas
Mike Larson joins me to discuss the idea of negative interest rates from the Fed. Even the Fed Presidents have stated they do not plan on cutting rates into negative territory we all know that market could very well force them into it.
Mike and I discuss the sectors which are impacts the most by negative rates. We also look around the world to other countries that have dropped rates into negative territory and what it has done to the economy.
Click here to follow Mike on Twitter. It’s well worth your time to stay up to date on what’s catching his eye.
Rick Ackerman joins me today for a quick update on where he sees US markets heading along with gold stocks and silver stocks. We also discuss the possibility of the Fed dropping rates into negative territory.
Chris Temple joins me today to share his thoughts on the outlook for US markets and gold stocks. Are the US markets beginning a longer term rollover? Can gold stocks weather another broad market sell off? All of this is discussed.
Chris Temple joins me to recap some of the news this morning out of the resources sector. 2 mergers were announced, SSR Mining with Alacer Gold and Gran Columbia Gold with Guyana Goldfields. Plus SolGold arranged a $100million financing with Franco Nevada for a 1% royalty that can be up-sized to 1.5% with an additional $50million.
We also discuss the move last week into negative territory for the Fed Funds Futures rate. This is something we will be talking about for a long time.
Marc Chandler joins me today to recap the biggest financial stories of the week.
We start with the German court putting pressure on the ECB. This is more than just Germany trying to assert its dominance.
The other major story is the Fed Funds Futures for December dropping into negative territory. What this could mean for markets is wide ranging.
Ed Moya kicks off today by recapping the Fed and ECB statements. While both central banks remaining easy with their monetary policy we discuss the balance of money landing in equity markets as well as gold.
Chris Temple wraps up today’s editorials with a recap of the major news and events today. It was a busy day with the Fed meeting, US Q1 GDP data, and earnings from large tech companies. We address it all with a reference to how the markets reacted.
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