Brien Lundin – Vancouver Conference Takeaways And Two Potential Paths Forward When The Fed Pauses

Shad Marquitz
February 2, 2023

Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter, joins us to share his key takeaways from the resource stock conferences in Vancouver last week, and outlines two potential paths forward when the Fed pauses it’s rate hikes and monetary tightening cycle.  The discussion covers a lot of ground getting into current investor sentiment and remaining concerns, company newsflow seasonality, the capital raising window being back open, the underperformance of silver relative to gold so far this year, and why he is encouraged medium-term to continue scaling into junior mining stock positions.




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    Feb 02, 2023 02:35 PM

    The gold market is anything but transparent, China hasn’t told The World about how much gold they have until recently, and they are admitting to two thousand tonnes. China is also the largest producers of gold in The World and they buy all the gold that they produce, Russia is #2 and Australia is #3, followed by Canada. China is also the biggest importer of Gold.

    Compare that to the US and they have not allowed their gold supplies to be audited since 1953. What Do You Think Is Going on Here? We will find out soon enough when The World goes back to gold backed currencies. It won’t be pretty!

      Feb 02, 2023 02:59 PM

      What do you think is the future of American industry, with the kind of competition they must face from Asia. One only has to look at Britain, they held The World’s Reserve Currency before the US. Something is wrong with this picture.

    Feb 02, 2023 02:43 PM

    Why doesn’t the Fed buy PM’s with soon to be worthless treasury bonds & dollars???