John Rubino, continue to shine a spotlight on the energy commodities of oil and uranium, in lieu of the current macroeconomic backdrop.
John Rubino, with a wide-ranging discussion on the macroeconomic environment that will lead to riding multi-part waves in the energy commodities like oil, copper, and uranium.
Craig Hemke – Gold’s Longest Losing Streak Since 2018, What Data Could Turn Markets, Where’s The Recession?
Craig Hemke, Editor of the TF Metals Report website joins us to discuss the recent losing streak in gold, what data and events he is…
Marc Chandler joins us for a special weekend editorial and review of the macroeconomic data and if it is headed towards the end of a business cycle.
Craig Hemke joins us for a wide-ranging discussion on what matters when sifting through all the macroeconomic data.
John Rubino with a wide-ranging discussion on inflation, recession, and market implications for general equities, gold, and commodities like oil, copper, and uranium.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joins us to share his view on investor sentiment as he thinks money is rotating into safer investments….
Jesse Felder, Founder and Editor of The Felder Report joins us to discuss the possibility of a recession in the US. With the recent market…
Jordan Roy-Byrne – Could Inflation Reverse Back Higher And Give The Commodities More Upside Traction?
Jordan Roy-Byrne looks at markets post Fed rate hikes and how commodities might get more upward traction if we see a pop in inflation over the next few months.
Nick Hodge, reviews the macroeconomic landscape, and then PM mining stock “haves” and “have-nots.”
Marc Chandler, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx joins us to breakdown the mixed jobs data from this week. The ADP number mid week was…
Jordan Roy-Byrne outlines why the steeping of the bond yield curve is one of the key market signals to watch.
Craig Hemke – Odd Market Reactions To The Fed’s Hawkish Pause – Is A Crack Up Boom Coming Later This Year?
Craig Hemke discusses the strange market reactions in the US dollar, interest rates, general US equities, and the precious metals sector after the Fed’s “hawkish pause”.
John Rubino reviews the macroeconomic forces moving the general markets, commodities, and precious metals in both the near-term and longer-term.
John Rubino with a broad discussion on continued concerning macroeconomic data and how this further benefits the precious metals sector.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joins us for a look ahead to data this week that could move markets. After a busy week…
Weekend Show – Peter Boockvar and Dana Lyons – Making Sense Of All The Recession Talk And How To Invest In These Flat Markets
Welcome to the Weekend Edition of The KE Report. May is off to a much more interesting start than all of April, however at the…
As I’m sure you’ve all noticed we have been talking a lot about the possible recession coming this year and what that mean for current…
Craig Hemke reviews the upcoming economic data points to watch over the next 2 weeks, in continued choppy markets.
Weekend Show – Rick Bensingor, Dana Lyons and Mike Larson – How To Trade A Sideways Market and Recession Fears
Welcome to the Weekend Edition of the KE Report! It was another sideways week for markets but this has been the case the whole month…