Currency Wars Ignite as US Places Japan Back on Manipulator Watchlist: Gareth Soloway

ITM Trading, Released on 7/2/24

The U.S. plan to put Japan back on the currency manipulator watch list underscores the significance of Japan dumping U.S. debt, says Gareth Soloway, Chief Market Strategist at VerifiedInvesting. He explains to Daniela Cambone how Japan’s move impacts interest rates, pushing them up artificially due to the excess supply in the market. “It actually could take control away from the Federal Reserve in terms of monetary policy. And that’s where things get really messy,” he warns. On gold, Soloway remains bullish long-term, noting that if key players in monetary supply are accumulating gold, it signals a crucial insight into the market’s future direction. “If the players that are creating the monetary supply are loading up on gold, it tells us everything we need to know,” he states. Watch the insightful interview to learn more about his views on the economy and other precious metals.

00:00 Powell’s comment on the economy
2:58 Disconnect between the economy and government data
4:44 U.S. dollar
6:20 U.S. and Japan
8:05 Japan dumping the U.S. debt
9:04 Japan’s economy
11:29 Gold price
14:06 Gold retail investors sentiment
14:58 Silver
16:26 Palladium
17:26 Bitcoin
20:48 Solana
22:02 NVDA
25:16 Roaring Kitty “cult”

Gareth Soloway is a professional trader with over 20 years of experience and the President, CEO, & Chief Market Strategist for InTheMoneyStocks and President of

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