Comments on US markets vs breadth, gold and gold stocks, and a couple stocks that should be watched

July 10, 2021
Full Weekend Show

Thank you all for tuning in this weekend! This Weekend’s Show we start with a close look at the overall health of the US markets that continue to push to all time highs even after slightly more volatility this week. We then move to the gold sector discussing both the gold price and gold stocks.

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  • Segment 1 and 2 – Jesse Felder, Founder of The Felder Report kicks off the show with a focus on the US markets and overall breadth. Rotation continues to be the key the theme that is supporting current market levels. We then move to commodities, especially oil which continues to hold above $70/barrel. Click here to learn more about the Felder Report.
  • Segment 3 – Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter is up next to shift our focus to the gold sector and exploration stocks. We discuss the companies Brien is liking and what he is looking for in terms of new investments. Click here to learn more about the Gold Newsletter.
  • Segment 4 – Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder of The Daily Gold wraps up this weekend’s show with a focus on the gold chart. We discuss the short and long term trends and key levels to watch in the near term for gold. We also look at the relationship between gold stocks and the US markets. Click here to visit Jordan’s site, The Daily Gold.

Exclusive Company Interviews This Week

Jesse Felder
Brien Lundin
Jordan Roy-Byrne

    Jul 10, 2021 10:43 AM

    Thanks guys. See if you can spot Irish Tony at Wimbledon today and Wembley stadium tomorrow. Go England!

      Jul 10, 2021 10:36 AM

      Hi bonzo. Wimbledon !!! no i find tennis boring to watch , but great to play.
      Football !!! no i find i have better things to spend my money on , rather than enrich wealthy , overpaid footballers, & be bombarded by ads from big multi national companys that just want to rip me off with their overpriced goods , besides i have NEVER followed the HERD…… If i was to attend eighter of those two events , it would be with a huge protest banner which would proclaim to the people that they are been shafted by their governments & the bankers….. Time to end my mini rant.
      bonzo……. Have a great weekend , spend it with as many family members as you can.

        Jul 10, 2021 10:21 AM

        Tony, glad to hear you won’t be at Wimbledon or Wembley. I agree that most tennis is boring to watch, but I love to watch Kerber, Federer, and Nadal. I used to love to watch Gabriella Sabatini and Chris Evert, Rosewall, Pancho Gonzales, Borg, Connors, McEnroe, Wilander, Henin, Graf, and Milos Mecir. I will watch England and Italy play on TV but that will be the last soccer I watch until the next World Cup. Go England!

          Jul 10, 2021 10:24 AM

          bonzo – Gone are the glory days of Wimbledon with Federer I feel being the last class act! As for England/Italy I can’t bear to watch:, given that the hysteria either way will only leave England in a worse place! Sorry but my killjoy instincts are now ramped up to the max!
          Best to you and Tony, Andrew

            Jul 10, 2021 10:31 PM

            Andrew, with Federer fading, all I have left is Kerber, and she is 33. And I was rooting hard for the Danes and thought they were robbed by a ridiculous penalty kick given to England.
            Too bad one of the best Danish players took the Bill Gates kill shot a couple of weeks before the 1st match. I hear that in Vienna 50 victims are collapsing each day after getting jabbed, but they keep lining up like cattle to get the shots. Wake up!

    Jul 10, 2021 10:21 AM

    A Must Watch Interview with Rick Rule ….. IMO….. Enjoy.

      Jul 10, 2021 10:26 AM

      Thanks Irishtony.. an awesome watch..

        Jul 10, 2021 10:43 AM

        Hi Ann … I agree, Rick Rule is always worth listening to. He is a very clever guy.
        Enjoy your weekend.

    Jul 10, 2021 10:36 AM
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        Jul 10, 2021 10:00 AM

        ENDR / ENDMF is the explorer for 2021. Epic drilling results forthcoming.

      Jul 10, 2021 10:21 PM

      Thomas – Thanks for the info on the Salton Sea Lithium area play. It will be interesting to see how it all develops, and if it comes to fruition as they envision.

      We’ve heard for a decade that there was plenty of Lithium brined in the Oil/Gas wells that could easily be extracted, and it would put an end to traditional hardrock and lithium brine mining companies. A half dozen companies have tried it over the last decade to no avail, and we’re still waiting…. This does look like a new iteration of that narrative, but just in the geothermal pools of lithium brine, but they are spending boatloads of money and the California government is handing out money like candy, so maybe they can make it work.

      We’ve also heard for a decade that there was plenty of Lithium already found on Earth, and for years we heard from pundit after pundit, as they scoffed at the Lithium mining sector as “hopium” and “scamdium” that the big 3 chemical conglomerates (Albemarle, SQM, and FMC [now renamed Livent]) would easily be able to supply the world with Lithium and the world didn’t need any more producers or companies.

      That narrative that the Big 3 are all the world would ever need ended up being completely erroneous and 100% BS, as there have been about 8 more Lithium producers emerge during that time period, with a handful more getting close to moving into production in the next few years. Looks like there was plenty of room for more lithium companies to come to market, and most underestimated what the battery demand would be.

      Was is truly sad is that investors that bought into those “experts” narrative that we as a planet were all good on Lithium and it was a monopoly for just 3 companies, completely missed an excellent opportunity to get 5-15 baggers in the up and coming Li development stories before they made it into production and as they continued on climbing since they’ve made it into production.

      Personally, I’m glad I didn’t listen to chorus of nonsense we’ve heard from most of the resource experts this last decade, and personally was involved with a half dozen of the winners that provided multi-bagger returns.

      Ever Upward!

    Jul 10, 2021 10:47 AM

    nothing else , but you guys are doing best to guide us the small investors, god bless,, stay healthy and be safe

    Jul 10, 2021 10:24 PM

    Lyn Alden on ‘the unthinkable’: What happens if the U.S. defaults on debt? (Pt. 1/2)

    Kitco News – Jul 8, 2021

    0:00 – Debt ceiling
    7:10 – Can the U.S. afford this debt?
    12:30 – Stock market response
    14:22 – Fiscal and monetary policies
    17:33 – Currency devaluation
    19:11 – Outlook for stock markets

      Jul 10, 2021 10:28 PM

      It is unlikely that the US will default on their debt, or cease perpetually raising the debt ceiling. We’ve seen dozens of times where there was emotional political theater around raising the debt ceiling, and even a partial government shut down twice, and in the end they always raise the debt ceiling, and always print more money to backstop the growing insanity of government nanny state programs, reckless spending, waste, and graft. It won’t be any different under this administration, just like it wasn’t under any of the preceding ones. Bad decisions will be perpetually papered over, and the US hasn’t been able to mathematically repay this debt for a long time. Rinse and repeat….

        Jul 10, 2021 10:31 PM

        This is also precisely why the Central Banks have not allowed rates to return to “normal” levels of 4%-8% for the last decade as it would implode the system overburdened by all this mountain of debt, and the jig would be up. Until then we’ll see rates rise and fall some, historically rates under 4% are downright silly, so even if they get up to 2% or 3% that is small potatoes, and still “manageable” to the powers that be.

          Jul 10, 2021 10:59 PM

          Another interesting dynamic is that Inflation finally reared it’s head again in 2021 (even though we all know there has been inflation happening all along just not in the warped government calculations of CPI and “core” CPI that strips out energy and food costs).

          Any way you slice it costs have continued to go up in most aspects of life for a long time, and anybody paying for food, energy, clothes, products, or events can easily remember how much things used to cost versus how much they cost now. The erosion of purchasing power has been constant and is a silent and insidious tax on the citizens of any nation. Now even in the US inflation can no longer be disguised even in the government metrics. The genie is out of the bottle now, and try as they may, that inflation genie is not going back in any time soon.

          Sure, we may see inflation readings tame down for the next 2 months a little bit, which will feed fuel to the “inflation is just transitory” narrative, but medium term inflation is unlikely to back down, and much more likely to keep chugging higher.

          The FED has no interest in people getting worried about inflation, because if so, who in the hell would want to buy treasuries offering 1.5% or 2% returns, when inflation is 3-5%? The answer: nobody. This is why they spend so much time crafting the narrative to be just “transitory” because if investors quite buying bonds, then interst rates will skyrocket higher, and this makes that mountain of debt unstainable.

          For the average citizens that want to save money for the future they must contemplate the following: Who would want to park money in CDs or Money Markets paying 1-2% if the inflation is 3-5% and eroding their money more than the paltry saving return they are getting? The answer: nobody.

          There will be a point as the central bankers jawbone things into a boring range, and do their best to tapdance around the reality of inflation running much hotter than they can control, where people will wake up and see the writing on the wall. If they start losing the war, then central bankers will just come out with overt yield curve controls to keep those rates from getting too high which would cripple the debt burdened system, and rising rates would also temper back the general stocks markets.

          As a result, when the larger financial institutions, pension funds, and insurance companies finally wake up and realize they are getting hosed holding bonds, due to the erosion of inflation, then there will be a massive capital migration out of bonds which will look for a home in different assets with a better return or that can keep pace with inflation. That is traditionally in Energy and Precious Metals.

          However, for the last few years, there has also been the phenomenon of investors dog piling into the general stocks markets into a narrow band of lunatic high-flying tech stocks, FAANG stocks, and lately the Meme Stocks, all of which giving the false sense of security that the “indexes are doing just fine and hitting all time highs….” There is sickness under the surface though, and the market breadth is fugly, so really it comes down to an obscene concentration into just a few dozen names, further backstopped by ETFs piling into those same few dozen names.

          If the market does eventually have a capitulation moment, and ALL markets eventually do, then even the “safety” of “no lose” tech stocks and growth stocks to infinity and beyond, that investors are so disproportionately concentrated in, will come crashing down to an end.

          If inflation keeps running hot, and people start to abandon traditional savings instruments or the safe haven appeal of bonds, and rates are artificially held down by Central Bankers covertly through jawboning, or overtly through yield curve controls, then real rates will continue to be negative and there will be few places left to hide. As that plays out the Precious Metals and Energy sectors will be part of one’s financial lifeboat to keep sailing the uncharted waters.

            Jul 10, 2021 10:25 PM

            Yep – there won’t be a default – money will be printed and use to pay the debt – that’s why gold will be 10k an ounce one day

            Jul 10, 2021 10:35 PM

            I recall a podcast with Dmitry Orlov where he says energy is a better place to be compared to gold because gold….what is it good for?

            Jul 11, 2021 11:18 AM

            Yes, that was Sean Brodrick’s perspective as well earlier this week, where he mentioned that Energy is a better inflation hedge than Gold, but that the yellow metal and silver were both still pretty good places to be in an inflationary environment.

            Here is that interview again in case anyone missed it:


            “Sean Brodrick joins us for a focus on the oil market. Oil has been on a strong and relentless run higher since the crash into negative prices over 1 year ago. We discuss where he is seeing opportunity in the oil stocks. We also carry the moves in oil over to the ongoing inflation narrative and debate as to whether it will be transitory or here to stay.”


            Jul 11, 2021 11:33 AM

            Money printing (counterfeiting) IS a default, the most destructive and dishonest form of default.

            Jul 11, 2021 11:41 PM

            Matthew – Good point on money printing / counterfeiting being an admission of default.

            MMT = More Money Today

          Jul 11, 2021 11:39 PM

          Higher Inflation Is Here to Stay for Years, Economists Forecast

          Wall Street Journal – By Gwynn Guilford and Anthony DeBarros – July 11, 2021

          “Americans should brace themselves for several years of higher inflation than they’ve seen in decades, according to economists who expect the robust post-pandemic economic recovery to fuel brisk price increases for a while.”

          “The respondents on average now expect a widely followed measure of inflation, which excludes volatile food and energy components, to be up 3.2% in the fourth quarter of 2021 from a year before. They forecast the annual rise to recede to slightly less than 2.3% a year in 2022 and 2023.”

          “That would mean an average annual increase of 2.58% from 2021 through 2023, putting inflation at levels last seen in 1993.”

          “We’re in a transitional phase right now,” said Joel Naroff, chief economist at Naroff Economics LLC. “We are transitioning to a higher period of inflation and interest rates than we’ve had over the last 20 years.”

      Jul 10, 2021 10:09 PM

      Economic Catastrophe: The One Major Sign We Can’t Ignore Warns George Gammon

      Stansberry Research – July 7, 2021

      “The reverse repo market is exploding – reverse repos are used for short term borrowing and lending, often overnight. Central banks use reverse repos to add money to the money supply via open market operations.”

      “George Gammon, founder of the Rebel Capitalist explains to our Daniela Cambone that the Fed’s reverse repo facility is exploding higher again, which is signaling a coming economic crash. Recently, the facility took in a record $992 billion in cash from money-market funds.”

        Jul 10, 2021 10:13 PM

        World Will Collapse Under Current Financial System Warns Author Jeff Booth

        Stansberry Research – June 2021

        “As the Fed attempts to quell inflation fears, Jeff Booth is full-heartedly sounding the alarm. Our Daniela Cambone sits down with the best-selling author of The Price of Tomorrow, who argues that inflation is “a hidden tax” that is neither necessary nor natural.”

          Jul 10, 2021 10:16 PM

          Ted Siedle: The Pension Time Bomb is Ticking:

          The Truth About Your 401(K) That No One Tells You

          I Love Prosperity w/ Jake Ducey – Jul 9, 2021

          “In this video, we talk to one of the top corporate whistleblowers in the world, Ted Siedle. He breaks down the truth about the pension crisis, and 401(k). We discuss how the pension crisis got to be so bad, how Wall Street has taken advantage of everyone, and how 401(k) is not going to be able to help the terrible retirement crisis.”

    Jul 10, 2021 10:59 PM

    STATS Saturation and Power cells added to the 3 month GDX chart:
    Note the strong power pushes up (14 April, 14 May) and down (2 June, 25 June). These were finalized the following mornings before general markets opened.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:40 AM

    It would be ideal and most bullish to see a higher low put in for Gold a reasonable distance above the March double bottom.

    We’d then see a pattern of higher lows from the 2020 March Pandemic Crash low of $1450.90, to the March 2021 low of $1673.30 earlier this year, and it is even still possible that $1750.10 low last week was the next intermediate low before the next uptrend. Even if that wasn’t the low, if Gold stays above $1673 and makes a higher lower in the low $1700s or high $1600s, then it still could be a bullish uptrend in motion.

    > Gold chart showing these series of higher lows as key support levels:

    Jul 11, 2021 11:10 AM

    Richards Branson first space flight live stream

      Jul 11, 2021 11:13 AM

      The crew, including ASTRONAUT 001

        Jul 11, 2021 11:34 PM

        Just now caught up with all the Virgin Galactic Richard Branson news today. Another move closer to the general public getting flights to space. Glad it went off safely and it is an interesting milestone for the company.

        I noticed Bezos’s Blue Origin is set to go into space in the not so distant future, but will be going to a higher elevation that Virgin Galactic. Blue Origin tweated out a diss about 50 miles only being recognized as “space” by a minority of people & organizations, but that they (Blue Origin) were going up 61 miles+ and will be more authentic in taking passengers into space. Another space race…

        Jul 12, 2021 12:54 AM

        It‘s true that Virgin Galactic currently is not going as high as Blue Origin

        But the approach seems to much safer and more comfortable than riding on a rocket

      Jul 11, 2021 11:17 AM

      13 minutes left

      Jul 11, 2021 11:58 AM

      Really like the Virgin Galactic approach using a mother ship

      Seems more safe and cheaper than using rockets

        Jul 12, 2021 12:36 PM

        That’s a nice visual breakdown of both companies space adventures.

      Jul 11, 2021 11:24 AM

      1 min to release spaceship from mothership

      Jul 11, 2021 11:25 AM

      Spaceship released

      Jul 11, 2021 11:26 AM

      Mach 3

      Jul 11, 2021 11:40 AM

      Touch Down

      Jul 11, 2021 11:45 AM

      Today is a historical day in commercial space flights

      Thanks Sir Richard

      Jul 11, 2021 11:26 PM

      Buzz Aldrin is still around, the last surviving member of the Apollo 11 crew, who went to the moon 52 years ago this summer. The Chinese are proudly showing off their astronauts floating around their space station when others have been cruising around there for 60 years already, ever since Yuri Gagarin first blasted off on Vostok 1 back in 1961.

      Jul 11, 2021 11:45 PM

      This time is different

      Three of the reaches men on Earth spent all their wealth to make space travel as simple and safe as flying from Paris to New York.

      It‘s the start of a new area what we see here

      Musk, Bezos and Branson are each on its own extraordinary personalities. They can make dreams reality.

      I can’t find a time in history where three such personalities had the same dream.

      In a decade we might look back and wonder why it took so long that mankind entered space

    Jul 11, 2021 11:46 AM

    Official stream is online

    Jul 11, 2021 11:34 AM
    Jul 11, 2021 11:49 AM

    The HUI’s long-legged Doji candlestick this week shows that bulls and bears were essentially equally matched. However, since it followed a sharp decline and last week’s bull hammer, I read it as much more bullish than neutral or bearish. Such candles often mark turns. When they appear during a mature uptrend, they are more bearish than bullish.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:49 AM

    GDX/GDM and the HUI are now on daily MACD buy signals. Thursday’s decline bought the bears just one day.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:50 AM
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    After that, a single weekly close above 29 is probably all silver needs to really get moving.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:51 AM

    The volume-weighted average price of GDX since the crash low last year is 34.35 and yesterday’s close was 34.37

      Jul 12, 2021 12:22 PM

      Yes Matthew THE VWAP…i am just getting some charts set up w that little guy on it….Apparently institutions use the vwap as a go no go sort of signal…depending on whether the price is above or below an other signal like a 200 ema…Nice..This is the first I saw you mention this….I will begin some chart posts using it….It basically tells you if volume is behind the move, sort of….Another one I will mention later…It just tells you if one issue is outperforming the SPX….But combined w vwap very significant trending tool…glta

    Jul 11, 2021 11:51 AM

    The Canadian dollar will probably continue higher for awhile.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:52 AM
      Jul 11, 2021 11:28 PM

      Good charts Matthew, cheers!

      Jul 11, 2021 11:50 PM

      Riding that trendline higher… Nice!

    Jul 11, 2021 11:34 PM

    Good stuff Matthew. I am ready to go.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:36 PM

    Here’s something for all the Gold Bugs, starts at 12 min.

    Jul 11, 2021 11:57 PM

    It is interesting… I’m catching up on the weekends news and it was peppered with articles about the Meme-stock trend continuing on. This has got to be end of cycle mania we’re seeing, but it is interesting what a force the mobs of new retail investors have become in concert with using social media to create high volume trades as the “apes” pile into mania stocks that are trending.


    The Meme Stock Trade Is Far From Over. What Investors Need to Know.

    Barron’s – By Avi Salzman – July 11, 2021

    “It seemed to be only a matter of time.”

    “When GameStop (ticker: GME), BlackBerry (BB), and even the desiccated carcass of Blockbuster suddenly sprang to life in January, the clock was already ticking for when they would crash again. Would it be hours, days, or weeks?”

    “It has now been half a year, and the core “meme stocks” are still trading at…”

      Jul 11, 2021 11:59 PM

      The Latest Barron’s Picks And Pans: Meme Stocks, AstraZeneca, Citigroup And More

      Nelson Hem – 16 hrs ago

      In “Analysts Are Throwing in the Towel on Meme Stocks Like AMC,” Connor Smith discusses how researchers are scratching their heads over how to do their job covering volatile stocks, including AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (NYSE: AMC), that are powered by Reddit comments, short-seller interest and options trading.”

        Jul 11, 2021 11:00 PM

        Meme Stock Analysts Are Throwing in the Towel: ‘You Can’t Upgrade and Downgrade Every Day’

        Barron’s – By Connor Smith – July 9, 2021

          Jul 11, 2021 11:08 PM

          Why The Meme Stock Revolution Will Last

          Andy Serwer with Max Zahn – Sat, July 10, 2021

          “The economy and markets are awash in money; from stimulus checks, Federal Reserve policy moves and rising wages, all of which are boosting stock prices to record highs.”

          “Interest rates are at record lows which is creating, among other things, massive demand for high-yielding junk bonds, sending their yields below the rate of inflation rate for the first time ever. (Low rates are also contributing to the run-up in stocks, as stocks are now the only investment providing any kind of return.)”

          Betting against all this froth has proven to be a fool’s errand so far, giving proof yet again to the Wall Street adage: “The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.”

          “And yet there are at least two factors that are potentially different this time around; cryptocurrency and the meme stock phenomenon. I won’t dwell on crypto — and all of its potential and foibles — here, but will focus instead on meme stocks and more broadly, the so-called retail investor revolution.”

          “Before I delve into that though, let me acknowledge that in suggesting something that is unique or new when it comes to the financial markets, triggers another Wall Street aphorism. To wit: “Beware when someone says ‘this time it’s different.’” Meaning, a new business model or trading scheme isn’t really new at its core and the old rules still apply, especially the one that says bubbles always burst.”

          “First, let’s define terms. When I’m talking about meme stocks,* I’m of course speaking of GameStop (GME), AMC (AMC), Blackberry (BB) and a few dozen other usually heretofore off-beat stocks that get talked up online, most prominently at Reddit’s wallstreetbets forum by an army of 10.6 million “degenerates.” These investors share tips, ideas and conspiracy theories and buy and sell stocks and options, sometimes trading these securities “to the moon” (to use the lexicon). Unless you’ve been in hiding for the past year, you probably know how crazy this all is, with GameStop, $GME, the meme stock poster child, going from $3 to $300 and now back to $190, over the past year…”

            Jul 11, 2021 11:11 PM

            The Meme Stock Fantasy Is Becoming a Reality for GameStop and AMC

            The Wall Street Journal – By Spencer Jakab – July 9, 2021

            “The hot companies of the moment are converting hype into real value, following a Wall Street tradition practiced by Tesla, AOL, Cisco and others. But true believers will pay for it.”


            Jul 12, 2021 12:50 AM

            NOK was closest I came to meme stock. Sold some puts at $4 level. It shot up to $9 and back down almost as quickly.

            Jul 12, 2021 12:47 PM

            I’ve traded GME a few times, as well as MVIS and SKT each twice; but never went for the other meme stocks like AMC, BB, BBBY, HTZ, or CLOV, etc….

            There are a few of my pals that are trading options in them and while they were killing it a while back, they got humbled by getting too aggressive and having a few of those trades blow up on them.

            The only one I’m really still tracking is GME where I grabbed a small gambling position in some shares at $184. There are still those fanatics over at Super Stonk that believe it could get squeezed up into the 4 digit arena. I think that is a very lofty outlook for what the retail guys and other institutions and hedgies could pull off, but just in case they have one more big push before the “game” is over… threw some Gamestop logs on the speculative fire. Trading it gives me something to chat with my buddies about, since they have zero interest in mining stocks, and they see precious metals as a relic of the old financial system.

            Regardless, the meme stocks have capture the attention of mobs of retail investors and the larger investing community, and as per the articles posted above, they are having real world effects for these companies that traders dogpile into. It’s definitely a phenomenon to keep tabs on in the markets today.

    Jul 12, 2021 12:12 AM

    Ira Epstein’s Metals Video (7/9/2021)

    Technical Analysis, Gold, Silver, Copper, Platinum

    Jul 12, 2021 12:50 AM

    It looks to me like gold is now hopefully testing support after breaking through resistance. Fingers crossed this support line and tetra hold of that very important $1796-$1802 area.

    If we can get pass this let’s go and close above $1814 ish on a daily and move to much higher grounds.


    Jul 12, 2021 12:08 AM

    Another bogus attack. Bullion Baks and criminal associates must be in serious trouble. Shutting down the computer and will do something productive.

      Jul 12, 2021 12:22 AM


        Jul 12, 2021 12:43 AM

        Not sure why my post keep going to moderation. Am I or my alias in the dog house lol?

        Posted something earlier

          Jul 12, 2021 12:46 AM

          I posted earlier few hours ago this.

          Gold is retesting what was resistance between $1796-$1802. If it can hold it will become support and you we go. A daily cycle close above $1814 and Houston we have take off!

          Turns out it went even slightly lower seems to have run the stops and now we have a beautiful reversal which if we can get into the green would be picture perfect!