Financial Markets


Gold & Silver Technical Break Outs Just Starting
Published by Kevin Wadsworth | May 10, 2021 | Articles 491

In this video, Kevin Wadsworth outlines the 30-year bond yields and the ever-increasing national debt. We're in some sort of final death and debt spiral. Unlike in the past, we can't raise rates so how this plays out is anyone's guess. Patrick Karim discusses how real rates compare with gold and how an end-game scenario may play out. He doesn't feel that equities can outperform gold for much longer.

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Gold Tailwinds, Fed Hot Air And Silver’s Inevitable Rise
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | May 4, 2021 | Articles 718

In this video, Egon von Greyerz and Matthew Piepenburg address critical data points related to precious metal price conditions. Specifically, they discuss (and make sense of) ongoing shifts in inflation and yield data as well as the omni-present topic of unsustainable debt levels fictionally managed by central bankers via monetary expansion and yield/rate repression.

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Gold is Laughing at Powell
Published by Matthew Piepenburg | May 2, 2021 | Articles 1181

For those of us who can see through Fed-speak and track facts rather than fictions, there are two factors favorable to gold (rather than just golden tongues) which we can smile upon for the next “foreseeable” 5 years, namely: More growth in the broad money supply and more negative real interest rates.

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Government Is Trying To Hide Real Inflation
Published by Otavio Costa | Apr 30, 2021 | Articles 1408

Tavi discusses why 2021 could be worse due to stimulus and fiscal deficit spending. Governments are trying to hide real inflation in the system because they can't fix it. Oil, gold, silver, and copper all look incredibly cheap right now. In addition, the green agenda makes mining and resource use even more difficult.

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Gold Is Not Expensive Compared To Stocks
Published by Laurent Maurel | Apr 29, 2021 | Articles 5247

The investors who are buying gold today are protecting themselves from both of these risks: the risk of currency devaluation (gold is a safe haven when fiat currencies lose their value) and the risk that this bubble will burst. In relation to this last point, it should also be noted that gold has once again become a very attractive asset by comparison with all the stocks on the market.

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