Craig Hemke – Early Stages Of A Gold And Silver Equities Bull Market

March 14, 2024

Craig Hemke, Founder and Editor of TF Metals Report joins us to share why he thinks this is the very early stage of a bull move in the gold and silver stocks. Instead of looking ahead to factors that could drive the stocks higher we address actual market moves over the past 2 weeks. 


We discuss the price action in the stocks, broadly taking back all the losses in January and February in just the first two weeks of March. Also the psychology of investors during this move, the charts for GDX and GDXJ as well as possible margin expansion for the miners.



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    Mar 15, 2024 15:22 AM

    and Fani hits the dust….

    Mar 15, 2024 15:08 AM

    Bayhorse, BHS.v, starting to breakout? I own some…

    Mar 15, 2024 15:20 AM

    Since market open on March 01 (Share price changes in first half of March2024):

    Palladium: +15.9%
    Silver: +11.3%
    Copper: +7.8%
    Platinum: +6.5%
    Gold: +5.5%

    HL (Hecla Silver+Gold producer): +23.1 %
    BTC: + 9.2 %
    QQQ: – 1.6 %

      Mar 15, 2024 15:24 AM

      Thanks BrianE. That’s a nice recap of March.

        Mar 15, 2024 15:00 AM


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          Mar 15, 2024 15:49 PM

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