Craig Hemke – 2022 Forecast For Gold, Silver, The Fed and More
Craig Hemke, Founder and Editor of TF Metals Report joins us to recap his 2022 market forecasts. Just published last Friday Craig looks ahead for gold, silver, Fed policy, inflation and a few other areas. You can read the full forecast by clicking the link.
Feel free to email us if you want us to dive into any other aspects of this forecast for our call next week. Our email addresses are Fleck@kereport.com and Shad@kereport.com.
Click here to read over Craig’s full 2022 forecast.
A lot of BS on CNBS this morning. Appears orchestrated. So I am heading to watch TV and follow stocks from my bomb shelter.
In Australia they say flies, pies and bullshit. I enjoy your BS Lakedweller2
Between the recent articles about the Fed and Banks being in serious trouble posted on Wall Street on Parade, the poor performance of the Banks being reported and the expectation for at least the last 20 years that the system is being held together by lies coupled with them calling out some of their biggest crap slingers on CNBS and Santelli shaking his head and “dissing” the Fed, we just might be seeing the start of capitulation by the Central Banking Cartel of thieves. Maybe not ….
All MSN………… get’s it marching orders at 4 from the cia……… that is not news……….
You guys need to get caught up to speed…….. metals are going no where as long as Biden is in office.,and the world wants to be in lockdown. NWO, the Trillionaires are in total control, until the sheeple revolt….. The us conjob govt with the fake fed dog and pony show is just keep the sheeple in place . Nothing has changed for years……
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Thanks Ex. I owe you a brewery by now…those beers I owe you are adding up.
Haha! A 6-pack of delicious craft brewed would suffice. 🙂
I wonder what the gold price will be when the 10 year treasury bond yield hits 3% ?
The Dow Jones is certainly going to 19,000.
2022 is going to be fun. Happy New Year…!!
( today is New Year’s Day according to the Julian calendar)
The 10 year was about 6.3% when gold was$35 at the time Nixon ended the dollar’s gold backing. When gold topped at $900+ (intraday) in 1980, the 10 year was roughly 11.3%. So, that interest rate nearly double while gold went up about 26 fold.
Source for the gold price in 1980: goldchartsrus
Lobo Tiggre: This is the Year the Fed will be Revealed
Palisades Gold Radio – Jan 14, 2022
“Tom welcomes back Lobo Tiggre founder and CEO of Louis James LLC. He is the principal analyst and editor of IndependentSpeculator.com.”
“Lobo discusses his thoughts on the Fed’s actions but notes that he is not an economist. Inflation appears to be the trend and even Powell has retired the term transitory. Shutdowns and supply issues will take time to resolve so inflation and high prices are likely to persist. What happens this year is anyone’s guess but the likelihood of a major market meltdown remains high. The growth outlook for overall equities does not look high.”
“Ultimately, gold is usually tied to the dollar and overall this past year has been good for mining companies. He is focused on building his gold and silver positions but remains very bullish on uranium. Uranium equities experience a lot of volatility but this can also serve as buying opportunities.”
“Lobo discusses his strategies for speculating on explorers and miners. The pre-production sweet spot is often an excellent opportunity. He likes to watch for explorers that continue to find opportunities due to a correct geological model. This year we will likely see a lot more mergers and acquisitions.”
Rob McEwen of (MUX) McEwen Mining
Jan 14, 2022 – RocksAndStocksNews
So far today, my miners are just a reverse of yesterday. So…same ol atlternating pattern. I put the popcorn up as nothing to watch.
I think today is nothing more than the squirrelly action in the General Markets has triggered the anti-miner algos, as the last thing the evil doers want is for someone to sell Chipotle and buy Franco Nevada. No no no no no…
absolutely nothing to watch and for a long time. The first green shoot is a close above 1835 or so on gold. Then real hope above 1880. Could happen on a dime, but little lost betting on hope, little lost waiting for confirmation.
Meanwhile the kitco type news flow is the same, this sector has to go up because it’s done a zero for a long time.
uh oh…might have been right in the first place. Looks like everything that The Fed has done and the Regulators allowed them to do with the assistance of Congress… is the fault of the Miners. Get the popcorn back out and return to the shelters.
Wish me well lol! Purchased more iamgold at the 3.21/3.22 bottom just could not pass it up. 2008 October low and long term trend line massive support.
I could not pass up more Nobel Resources. So many on sale.
New CEO got his work cut out for him. Wish you and him well.
Glenn, waiting to get back into my IAG position—-Next time will become a holder in all likelihood—-had a nice profit on this recent run up.
FWIW: Pioneer, now called Essential Metals PIONF, an Australian miner that has been sitting on my books since the original Novo days, has been going up. I have been ignoring it as it did a reverse split and was pretty much worthless. I haven’t checked on what is going on, but I thought I would mention it for those that like to check on things that don’t make sense.. Currently up 20% and has been moving up for a week or more.
OK, back to the Friday before a 3 day weekend metals smash.
32 cents today
Gold finished the week below an important pivot at 1821.47 but above the weekly KAMA and well above the 50 week MA and EMA.
SLV filled Wednesday’s gap to the penny (Tuesday’s high: 21.09; today’s low 21.10).
SILJ retraced half of this week’s gain before bouncing about 1 percent and the action was similar for the big golds found in the HUI and GDX.
SPQ : https://tinyurl.com/2vc9pznu
Dollar may have bottomed.
NatGas has topped.