I have been very busy at the Beaver Creek conference and will be sharing some of my favorite companies when I’m back next week. There are a lot of very interesting production and exploration stories that I think are still going under the radar. It’s been a great conference but sadly today is my last full day of meetings.
In the meantime here is a conversation I had with John Rubino regarding the ongoing trade wars. We take a step back from the day to day news to discuss where we see talks going as well as how economies around the world are being impacted.
When we look abck at the last bull market for gold we have to go back 10 years. Comparing that time to now there are some similarities and one major factor with central banks. John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website shares his thoughts on the similarities. I stick to the fact that the Fed is now cutting rates and will be doing so for the foreseeable future.
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website shares his thoughts on the falling markets, yield curve situation in the US and how gold is performing through all of this. We also discuss how the gold stocks are lagging and how gold stocks performed when the last recession hit.
Is confidence finally being lost in central banks?
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…
Strong Jobs Data Driving The Dollar Higher and Gold Lower… But Will This Be A Trend Of Better US Data?
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me to share his thoughts on the strong US jobs number from today. This data point is moving the US dollar higher and pushing gold lower along with US markets (marginally). We address where gold is trading right now and how some major fund managers are really warming up to the yellow metal recently.
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me today to outline how everything is lining up for gold investors. With central banks heading toward full ease mode and gold breaking out we are also seeing the gold stocks move higher as well. Overall this could very well just be the start of a bull market run for gold and silver.
John Rubino joins me today to share his thoughts on the precious metals. While it is still very early in the month John mentioned that June is typically the worst month for gold however we are off to a very good start.
There’s A Lot Going On Around The World But A Serious Lack Of Clarity Moving Forward
John Rubino, Founder of The Dollar Collapse website joins me for a general discussion on the current new driven world. We can chat about trade wars or Middle East tension and even mixed economic data but the overwhelming fact is there is a serious lack of clarity moving forward. This has investors sticking to what has worked while also taking defensive positions.
“Boredom Is Worse Than Anything Else” – Comments Regarding The Metals Market
John Rubino joins me today to shares his thoughts on why now the debt situation around the world will finally start to matter. We focus on the precious metals sector that remains very boring and look to whatever could start driving the metals.
The Central Banks That Are Fighting For Inflation And Calm Markets
I chatted with John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website about the situation that the central banks around the world. Most of them could not get out of their easy money policies, while the Fed managed to raise rates for a couple years but has now stopped, they are getting less impact for each dollar created. That all leads to low volatility and the possibility of inflation. The question is more how long can it go on for.