Hour 1 – Investment Strategies For The Broad Markets and Resources

March 16, 2019
Hour 1

It’s a very interesting market right now. The Powell put seems to overwhelm everything else as US markets continues to trend higher closing the week at it’s highs. However we are seeing defensive sectors also garner a buy. In this weekend’s show I send the first two segments talking about the makeup of the recovery in the broad averages. In the last two segments we shift our focus to the precious metals and energy sector.

  • Segment 1 – Fund Manager Dana Lyons kicks off the show with his insights on the rise in the US markets. He still thinks the bear market started last year.
  • Segment 2 – Mike Larson, Editor of The Safe Money Report compares the bond market to the broad averages and shares a metals investment that he has entered.
  • Segment 3 – We kick off the resource focused segments with Erik Wetterling, Founder of The Hedgeless Horsemen. Erik outlines how he is managing his portfolio to take advantage of the low share prices.
  • Segment 4 – Josef Schachter, Founder of The Schachter Energy Report shares his thoughts on the oil and natural gas sectors. The overall message is short term cautious but long term bullish.

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    Mar 16, 2019 16:58 AM
    Mar 16, 2019 16:20 AM

    Casey warned in the Cite above, but the Cite below makes me go woo-woo-hmm!

    Mar 16, 2019 16:23 AM

    From a daily chart perspective, the bears still have the upper hand in gold…

      Mar 16, 2019 16:26 AM

      From a weekly and monthly chart perspective, the bulls are in control…

        Mar 17, 2019 17:37 PM

        I would expect the situation to change at the end of this month, with respect to banking at least, as Basel III rules come into effect.

      Mar 16, 2019 16:37 AM

      When it comes to the miners, things are a bit better as the bulls have the upper hand even short term…

    Mar 16, 2019 16:41 AM

    Hey Matthew…..always appreciate all your TA…….was wondering if you ever use your proverbial crystal ball for anything other than the metals and do you follow fundamentals at all in conjunction with your TA????

      Mar 16, 2019 16:58 AM

      Yes, I use TA for all asset classes and do follow the big picture fundamentals that influence gold. Debt, the economy and stock market valuation and earnings outlook are important. But all info is ultimately reflected in the charts so TA is my main focus.

        Mar 16, 2019 16:23 PM

        Thanks…..I certainly can’t argue that TA isn’t usually a precursor of things to come and unfortunately it’s been with hindsight that I can say that’s been the case more times than I like…can’t speak for anyone else here but I’d be fascinated and appreciative if you shared when other sectors may be setting up for bull/bear runs. The more information/opinions are always the best from my perspective. Cheers

          Mar 16, 2019 16:54 PM

          Uranium is heading for a big bull market so I intend to move gold/silver mining profits into that sector in the months (year?) ahead…

            Mar 16, 2019 16:03 PM

            Matthew, Lobo Tiggre is also very bullish on uranium. Do you prefer the AR-15 or the AK-47?

            Mar 16, 2019 16:45 PM

            Assuming we’re talking defense purposes, I like the AK-47.

            Mar 17, 2019 17:19 AM


            Mar 17, 2019 17:18 AM

            Thanks, Matthew. I’ve heard the AK-47 is more rugged and durable in combat.
            Now I have a WInchester model 94 30/30

            Mar 17, 2019 17:56 PM

            When making a gun selection, first elect a POTUS that will appoint an AG that will put Centeal Bankers in jail. May avoid the difficulty of selecting the appropriate assault rifle amd save your neighbors life.

            Mar 17, 2019 17:36 PM

            David, I believe it is extremely naive to think that such a person would ever be allowed into the position of POTUS but your suggestion is a good one since central banking underpins the insanity of the left. [The well-meaning but completely confused Jimmy Dore, among countless others, thinks central bankers are capitalists which is not just wrong but precisely the opposite of the truth.]

            I don’t know what our neighbors have to do with anything but the mythical “assault” rifle was invented by tyrants who have no legitimate authority to dictate what anyone may or may not own and I have never voted for a single one of them.

            Mar 17, 2019 17:28 PM

            Mickey Fulp: Now is “Absolutely” the Time for Uranium

            InvestingNews – Interview conducted at PDAC on March 3, 2019.

            “The Investing News Network caught up with Mickey Fulp at this year’s PDAC convention to talk all things uranium and gold mega mergers.”


            Mar 17, 2019 17:30 PM

            Lobo Tiggre: “Uranium is Happening Now”

            InvestingNews – Interview conducted at PDAC on March 3 2019.

            “The Investing News Network went live for the first time at this year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention in Toronto, speaking with Lobo Tiggre, CEO of Louis James LLC, on the first day of the show.”


            Mar 17, 2019 17:33 PM

            Nick Carter: Section 232 Decision Will Bring Clarity on Uranium Prices

            InvestingNews – Interview conducted at PDAC on March 4, 2019.

            “Nick Carter, executive vice president, uranium, at UxC shares details on the uranium market, including supply/demand dynamics and where prices may be headed in the short and long term. ”


            Mar 17, 2019 17:36 PM

            Leigh Curyer, NexGen Energy: Section 232, Uranium Demand and What’s Next

            InvestingNews – Interview conducted at PDAC on March 5, 2019.

            “INN caught up with Leigh Curyer, CEO and director of NexGen Energy, at the 2019 PDAC convention to discuss the current uranium market.”


      Mar 17, 2019 17:27 PM

      Ian Ball, Abitibi Royalties (RZZ) : Today’s Gold Market Looks Like the 1980s

      InvestingNews – Interview conducted at PDAC on March 4, 2019.

      “Ian Ball, president and CEO of Abitibi Royalties (RZZ), discusses the gold price, M&A activity and his company’s plans for 2019.”

    Mar 16, 2019 16:36 PM

    Can the Bull Market Run for Another 10 Years?

    By Frank Holmes via – March 16, 2019

    Mar 17, 2019 17:32 PM

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