Saturday, 30 June 2018

Golden Rule Radio: Will The Dollar's Next Move Drive The DOW, Gold, & Silver?


Will the Dollar's next move drive The DOW, gold, & silver? This week we cover the price movements of gold, silver, the US Dollar Index, The DOW, Euro Index, commodities, & more. All eyes are watching the US Dollar index rally, what impacts will it have on the surrounding markets?




Friday, 29 June 2018

Peter Schiff: The Calm Before the Storm


Peter Schiff Keynote. Cambridge House International Inc. International Mining Investment Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

- Source, Peter Schiff



Thursday, 28 June 2018

The Fed Just Released Big News Regarding The Collapse, But No One Noticed


The Supreme Court totally rejected everything the US was built upon, no taxation without representation. New Homes surge in only one area the South, the rest of the country new homes plunged. Europe warns of an upcoming trade collapse. 

The Fed just let the world know what is about to do but no one clued in on what the Fed was saying. The Fed announced that is moving full steam ahead with popping the bubbles, add to this the statement by the BIS, where banks are insolvent, this collapse scenario is now unfolding right in front of our eyes.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

There's Now Another Technology Bubble Far Larger Than The 1999-2000 One


Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed first time guest, technology expert, technology investor and editor at The High-Tech Strategist newsletter since 1987, Fred Hickey.


Sunday, 24 June 2018

Max Keiser: Bitcoin Will Outperform Everything Including Warren Buffett


Max Keiser of the Keiser Reports Talks the Real Deal on Bitcoin – Which he says is going to crush the U.S. dollar and "blow the roof" off of every bank in America.

- Source, Kitco News

Friday, 22 June 2018

Lynette Zang: How the Financial Reset Will Impact You


How will the coming financial reset impact your cash, savings, retirement accounts, stock, bonds, real estate, mortgage, student loans, gold, silver, and other assets? Will the collapse DESTROY WEALTH or TRANSFER IT from the unprepared to the those who have positioned themselves in advance? What facts do we have to go on from past financial resets, and what signals can we glean from current official documents and filings being released?


Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Welcome to Dystopia: Was The Euro Doomed to Fail?


Jason and Phil discuss the latest European banking crisis. This time the problems are in Italy, which according to top respected institutional bank analyst, Christopher Whalen, who was recently in Paris for conferences about European banks, Italian banks have around a 30% non performing loan book https://www.theinstitutionalriskanaly... 

Jason and Phil talk about how basically since the 2008 financial crisis the Federal Reserve has been helping to keep the EU, ECB and European banks alive with trillions in currency swaps and how the ECB after Mario Draghi's "Whatever It Takes" speech almost 6 years ago, the ECB changed its bylaws to enable itself to start doing massive amounts of QE in the last few years to covertly bailout its banks. 

After only a few years of QE, the ECB's balance sheet is almost to $5 trillion US Dollars already and larger than the balance sheets of the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve. But, this won't be enough to fully save all the Italian banks and banks like Deutsche Bank, which just laid off thousands more workers and sold one of its most profitable businesses for cash to delay bankruptcy.


Monday, 18 June 2018

Alasdair Macleod: Gold’s Monetary Rehabilitation


Alasdair Macleod provides examples of how Asians in particular are using gold to protect their national sovereignty and if gold may again be used in the monetary system.

- Source, Jay Taylor Media

Sunday, 17 June 2018

Crypto and Wall Street: Is There Common Ground?


Max Kaiser, Stacy Herbert, Josh Crumb and Ran Neu-Ner explore "Crypto & Wall Street: Is There Common Ground?" during Consensus NYC 2018.

- Source, Goldmoney

Friday, 15 June 2018

FED Rate Hike Recap: How Did Markets React?


This week we discuss the FED rate hike, recapping how the markets reacted, including gold, silver, the DOW, the US Dollar Index, platinum, palladium, oil, & more. 

Gold has consistently rallied after each rate hike the last few years and it looks to be following a similar pattern thus far. The gold to silver ratio has seen movements as has the Euro Dollar pair.


Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Keiser Report: The Myth of The Golden State


In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the reasons why that, despite the myth pushed by themselves, California is not, in fact, the most progressive state in America. 

In the second half, Max interviews Jeff Berwick of Anarchapulco.com about the reasons for EOS and what the free market might determine as a new protocol is introduced to the cryptocurrency space.

- Source, Max Keiser

Monday, 11 June 2018

Alasdair Macleod: Chinese Gold Bond Possibilities


There is a quiet revolution taking place in the monetary vacuum that’s developing on the back of the erosion of the dollar’s hegemony. 

It is perhaps too early to call what’s happening to the dollar the beginning of its demise as the world’s reserve currency, but there is certainly a move away from it in Asia. 

And every time the Americans deploy their control over global trade settlement as a weapon against the regimes they dislike, nations who are neutral observers take note and consider how to protect themselves, “just in case.”


Sunday, 10 June 2018

Is Deutsche Bank Going The Way Of Krispy Kreme? Now On The FDIC Watchlist


Is Deutsche Bank Going The Way Of Krispy Kreme? Now On The FDIC Watchlist. Deutsche Bank Was $119 a share in 2007, now only $11. Money for nothing - Italy monetizes (creates) 500 million out of nowhere. Will democrats at the FED become election year political?


Friday, 8 June 2018

Former ECB Director: Italy’s Problems Are Not Economic And Far From Over


Although market fears of an Italian contagion effect are now largely subdued, one strategist said that much uncertainty lies ahead. Speaking from Brussels, Francesco Papadia, fellow of the Bruegel Institute and former market operations director of the European Central Bank told Kitco News that he remains sceptical if the new government can stay on course. 

“For the time being, things have calmed down, but I would not say that we are out of the woods as yet, because we want to see whether this new government will comply with its electoral promises, which of course, cannot be implemented without big problems on the fiscal side,” he said. 

Papadia said that should Italy’s debt burdens spiral out of hand, the ECB will not be in a position to come to assistance. “Let me be very clear on this, the ECB cannot do anything for Italy in particular, so I don’t think that the ECB could come in and solve Italian problems,” Papadia said. “Italian problems are not economic problems currently.”

- Source, Kitco News

Thursday, 7 June 2018

Keith Weiner: Shining the Light on Krugman’s False Narrative


Keith Weiner explains why Krugman’s statement that, infinite debt is okay if we owe it, is false and how an endless level of debt is leading to a massive economic implosion.

- Source, Jay Taylor Media

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Experts Share Their Best Trading Strategies For Precious Metals


With gold having traded in a tight range for most of 2018, and the gold-silver ratio hovering around 80, industry experts and veteran investors weigh in on the best ways to play the metals. 

Here, there is no clear consensus on trading strategies. While the panel shares similar long-term views on where the precious metals are headed, the panelists differ on their views on executing these strategies; from ETFs to mid-tier miners, to avoiding labelling gold as an “investment” altogether.

- Source, Kitco News

Saturday, 2 June 2018

David Jensen: Oil for Gold Endgame


Topics Covered include: 

- An introduction and a back ground of who David is. - China, Russia, Iran... what is going on with the Petro Yuan oil trade and gold flows to the east? (even perhaps India?) 

- We all understand that both the LBMA and COMEX are paper derivative price hangers, lets discuss who has most influence over the day to day price and how this game likely ends and perhaps unfolds. 

- Palladium supply demand situation at the moment (Palladium Price) 

- I have heard you mention in past interviews your disdain for watching day to day prices for precious metals set mostly by the COMEX and secondarily in London. 

What suggestion would you have for beaten down precious metal investors out there? - The Chinese long gold bullion game started in 1979, still unfolding.