Rick Rule: Will Gold Fall Lower? I Hope So

Liberty and Finance, Released on 9/25/22 (Recorded on 9/22/22)

The precious metals sector is in a malaise, says legendary investor Rick Rule, president & CEO of Rule Investment Media. He expects that if the Fed is able to continue to raise rates, precious metals will fall in U.S. dollar terms. However, he presumes the Fed needs to reverse eventually, and precious metals will be off to the races. “I’m attracted to lower gold and silver prices,” he says, pointing out that lower prices would simply be a better buying opportunity for him. Rule discusses ways to reduce risk amid a volatile market. He stresses the need to invest in your own education. The biggest risk that you face is yourself, he reminds us.

0:00 Intro
1:24 Volatility
6:20 Gold & silver
10:36 System breakdown
15:00 Reducing risk
17:41 Finding a good bank
26:00 Dollar dominance
31:18 Fascism
41:00 Rule’s offer
43:50 Miles Franklin

Rick Rule, founder and chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., began his career in the securities business in 1974. He is a leading American retail broker specializing in mining, energy, water utilities, forest products and agriculture. His company has built a national reputation on taking advantage of global opportunities in the oil and gas, mining, alternative energy, agriculture, forestry and water industries. He is also the founder of Rule Investment Media.

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Steven Starr

Rule hopes gold price will fall father? Something only a multi-millionaire would wish for.

I like Dunagan and have made a point of watching his videos, but I think he has moved a bit too far into the realms of silver salesman at Miles Franklin.

Karl Graz

I’ve pretty much stopped watching any of the “precious metals” videos, with the same cast of characters showing up regularly to make their pitches.

In my opinion, many of the gold and silver dealers who present here have a real conflict of interest. Their forecasts are pretty much the same which is that gold will be going higher “in the future”. Given a long enough time horizon, most everything is going to go higher in the future. I would love for just one of them to say “gold is way over priced right now and you won’t make any money for a long while”. That would be refreshing!

The interviews with REAL ECONOMISTS, that is, guys with more than an undergraduate minor in economics, (or NO REAL TRAINING AT ALL in some cases) are usually worth watching. There are lots of so called “experts” out there giving their two cents, which is about all it’s worth! Pick and choose wisely.

P.S….I DO own gold, so I’m not biased against the stuff, just in case anyone is wondering.