Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joins us to cover the the weakness in markets starting with precious metals continuing to sell off. Ed…
Weekend Show – Adrian Day, Doc and Brian Leni – Macro Comments With Technical Analysis, Where Do Gold and Markets Go From Here?
Welcome to another KE Report Weekend Show! We now have April behind us which was a tough month for almost every asset, except of…
Marc Chandler – Making Sense Of The USD Strength With Weakness In Markets And Economies Around The World
Marc Chandler, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx and Editor of the Marc To Market website joins us to focus on the currency markets. The…
Craig Hemke – Fed Rate Hikes, Dollar Strength, Inflation, GDP Weakness, Stagflation, Gold, Silver, Miners
Craig Hemke, reviews the recent corrective moves in the precious metals and commodities sector, central bank policy, and a strong US dollar.
Jordan Roy-Byrne – How Precious Metals Will React To The Rate Of Inflation, Real Interest Rates, Stagflation, And Fed Monetary Policy
Jordan Roy-Byrne discusses how the rate of inflation, real interest rates, stagflation, Fed monetary policy will affect gold and gold stocks.
Robert Sinn, AKA Goldfinger – As The Market Focuses On Rate Hikes How Much Lower Could Gold and Silver Go?
Robert Sinn, AKA Goldfinger joins us to share his outlook for gold, silver, base metals and US markets. As investors have clearly switched focus away…
David Erfle discusses the market correction in the precious metals sector since the middle of last week
John Rubino discusses the recent market pressure and selling across the board in many sectors
Weekend Show – Rick Bensignor and Marc Chandler – Making Sense Of The All The Market Weakness To End The Week
Well, that was a very bad way to end the week for all investors. It seemed like nothing was safe from the selloff that started…
Craig Hemke reviews the continued moves higher in the precious metals and commodities sector, and the macroeconomic factors driving these trends.
Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter, shares why commodities and precious metals have trended higher despite facing
supposed economic headwinds.
Dave Erfle – Reviewing The Macroeconomic Backdrop In Light Of 4 Decade Record High 8.5% CPI Inflation Reading
Dave Erfle reviews the macroeconomic backdrop in the general markets and precious metals sector after the high 8.5% CPI inflation reading this morning.
Marc Chandler, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx joins us to recap comments made by past NY Fed Chairman Bill Dudley regarding the Fed needing…
Jeff Christian, Managing Partner at the CPM Group joins us to discuss this year Gold Yearbook produced by the CPM Group. This publication take a…
Jordan Roy-Byrne – Enduring The Short-Term Corrective Pain, For The Longer Term Precious Metals Gain
Jordan Roy-Byrne shares his technical outlook on the recent corrective action in the precious metals sector, in the context of a longer-term bull market.
Craig Hemke – Gold Closes At All Time Quarterly High, But When Will Generalist Investors Take Notice?
Craig Hemke, Founder and Editor of TF Metals Report, joins us to discuss the set up in the precious metals sector as gold closed today at the all-time high on a quarterly basis.
John Rubino – Interest Rates, The Breaking Point In Fed Policy, US Dollar From Strength To Potential Collapse, And Gold
John Rubino, Founder and Editor of The Dollar Collapse website, joins us to discuss interest rates, Fed policy, US dollar strength and alternatives, and gold.
Richard “Doc” Postma – Outlook On Fed Policy, Inflation, US General Equities, Commodities, And The Precious Metals Sector
Richard “Doc” Postma discusses Fed policy, inflation expectations, US equities, commodities, and the precious metals sector
Marc Chandler – Fed Policy, Interest Rates, Central Banks, Global Currencies, And Market News On Tap
Marc Chandler, discusses the Fed starting it’s rate hiking cycle, and how this effects the bonds / interest rate markets, and currencies.
Mike Larson, Editor of The Safe Money Report, joins us to outline the primary forces acting on the markets through the lens of the 3 I’s: Inflation, Invasion, and Interest Rates.