Dave Erfle, the Junior Miner Junky, outlines his technical outlook for the precious metals sector, and which macroeconomic drivers will remain in focus this year
John Rubino discusses the complexity and volatility facing world economies and stock markets.
John Rubino – Food Shortages, A Global Energy Crisis, And Persistently High Inflation Are Leading To A Period Of Greater Financial Instability
John Rubino reviews how global food shortages and an energy crisis, along with supply chain bottlenecks and persistently high inflation are leading to financial instability.
Ed Moya focuses on the energy sector, and how the continued breakout higher in prices will affect consumers and businesses.
Humorous blooper real and audio mash-up from several dozen of our pre-call and post-call discussions with Craig Hemke after a stressful week.
David Erfle discusses the market correction in the precious metals sector since the middle of last week
Josef Schachter, Founder of the Schachter Energy Report joins us to share his outlook for the energy sector focused on oil and gas. We start…
John Rubino – Interest Rates, The Breaking Point In Fed Policy, US Dollar From Strength To Potential Collapse, And Gold
John Rubino, Founder and Editor of The Dollar Collapse website, joins us to discuss interest rates, Fed policy, US dollar strength and alternatives, and gold.
Mike Larson, Editor of The Safe Money Report, joins us to outline the primary forces acting on the markets through the lens of the 3 I’s: Inflation, Invasion, and Interest Rates.
Brien Lundin – Despite The Whipsaw Price Moves, The Longer-Term Outlook Is Still Constructive For Precious Metals
Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter, joins us to discuss the moves in commodities and gold post Fed rate hike and Ukraine deescalation.
Dave Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky, joins us to review the big corrective move we’ve seen in the precious metals sector as the geopolitical premium came out of the markets since the end of last week.
John Rubino, Founder and Editor of The Dollar Collapse website, joins us to discuss how the evolving commodity supply chains may be changing longer term for raw materials, energy, and food.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA, joins us to understand the strong wave of optimism that the Ukraine tensions and talks are proceeding in a constructive manner, and how that is impacting the markets.
Dave Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky, joins us to unpack the all-time high in gold today on the Comex, and the positive longer-term factors setting up in the precious metals sector.
Dave Kranzler, Fund Manager and Publisher of the Mining Stock Journal and the Short Seller’s Journal, joins us to share his macro outlook on gold, silver, and the mining stocks.
Martin Turenne, President and CEO of FPX Nickel (TSX.V:FPX – OTCQB:FPOCF) joins us to discuss the spike higher in nickel prices today. Up over 60%…
Craig Hemke – Commodities And Precious Metals Are Continuing To Surge Higher For A Strong Weekly Close
Craig Hemke, Founder and Editor of TF Metals Report, joins us to for a lively discussion on the big moves higher in the commodities and precious metals
Marc Chandler, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx, joins us to recap the key market moves off the continued geopolitical tensions in Ukraine, and 2 main blades to the scissors cutting through markets 1) Inflation and 2) a slowing growth.
Brien Lundin – Looking Beyond The Headline Driven Markets At Upcoming Macroeconomic Drivers For Commodities And Precious Metals
Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter, joins us to share his thoughts on the recent move higher in the in the commodities sector and the precious metals, based on the war premium, higher persistent inflation, and central bank policy.
Dave Erfle – Positive Technicals And Fundamentals As Gold, Silver, And Mining Stocks Continue Surging Higher
Dave Erfle, Founder of The Junior Miner Junky, joins us to review the recent strength in gold, silver and the mining stocks, and the positive signals setting up in the precious metals sector.