John Rubino joins me to comment on the continued breakout in gold and silver. These metals continue to be the standout sectors as the US dollar is breaking down and US markets remain relatively quiet.
John Rubino joins me today for comments on the overall environment that is driving precious metals. Recent news out of China shows a further explosion in debt creation which no doubt is helping to support the financial markets. We also share our thoughts on the near term risks for a pullback.
John Rubino joins me to share the stocks he is looking to add to his portfolio that could whether a broad based short term pullback. There are a couple reason to expect a natural correction in gold stocks over the next month or two but if you focus on the companies with exploration underway they can buck the trend.
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There is no denying a lot of negative things are going on in the US and around the world. John Rubino joins me to outline the risk factors for investors and markets. As markets have been able to largely ignore these risks over the past couple months there are some themes that John is sticking to.
John Rubino joins me today for a look at the news out of Great Bear Resources today. The Company released a results of the first deep drill hole at the Dixie Project. The drill hole was drilled to a depth of 1,509 meters with the headline results showing 10.19 g/t gold over 19.00 m including 68.59 g/t gold over 2.65 m from 1,008.55meters downhole.
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John Rubino joins me today to outline why he thinks we could be nearing the end of the current financial system as we know it. Now yes we have all heard this argument time and time again as debt continues to build and governments continue to spend. Will this time be different? John thinks it could, I take the other side of the argument.
John Rubino kicks off today with his thoughts on the increased optimism in markets. He points to an increase in cruise line bookings that but also looks at the issues that could face the real estate industry. It’s all a very confusing picture as to what comes next.
On the back of the almost 3.3million jobless claims reported Friday, today we saw the Dallas manufacturing index drop to -70. This is far below the estimate of -10 and is lower than the bottom during the great financial crisis of -60.
John Rubino joins me today to share his thoughts on how bad this data can get and the lasting impacts. We also discuss the markets and how much of this is already priced in.
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With cities and economies around the world shutting down it seems to be a guarantee that a recession is upon us and potentially already here. John Rubino joins me to discuss some of the more major factors we need to consider. These include the possible length and long term impacts for sectors and countries when we finally turn the corner and business can start operating again.
John Rubino joins me on this holiday Monday in the US and Canada to discuss what assets investors are looking to for safety. With the US dollar, treasuries, gold, and US tech stocks all moving higher there is an argument to be made that US markets are being looked at as a safe haven investment.