Rick Rule: Gold Price over Next 5 Years Will Truly Surprise People

Rick Rule: Gold Price over Next 5 Years Will Truly Surprise People

The Daily Gold, Released on 6/20/24 Rick Rule provides some history lessons on juniors in the 1960s and 1970s and shares his current thoughts on developers, producers and explorers. He mentions several stocks in passing and informs us on his most recent buys. 0:00 Intro 1:20 Juniors in the 1960s 8:30 Lessons from 1960s and […]

Tavi Costa: China’s Stagnation In One Picture…

Tavi Costa – X, Released on 5/26/24 Source: https://x.com/TaviCosta/status/1794831176491839865 Tavi Costa is a partner and portfolio manager at Crescat Capital and has been with the firm since 2013. He built Crescat’s macro model that identifies the current stage of the US economic cycle through a combination of 16 factors. His research has been featured in […]

Bubba Horwitz: The Biggest Financial Disaster is in the Making

ITM Trading, Released on 5/15/24 (Recorded on 5/13/24) “You might need hard assets to buy groceries,” says market expert Todd “Bubba” Horwitz, founder of BubbaTrading.com. He warns that political uncertainty from the U.S. presidential election could drive people to rely on hard assets like gold or silver as alternative currencies. “Whether it’s going to be […]

Jim Bianco: Bond Market, Rate Cut Timing & the Post-Lockdown Economy

Bloomberg, Released on 5/10/24 Jim Bianco is President and Macro Strategist at Bianco Research, L.L.C. Since 1990 Jim’s commentaries have offered a unique perspective on the global economy and financial markets. Unencumbered by the biases of traditional Wall Street research, Jim has built a decades long reputation for objective, incisive commentary that challenges consensus thinking. […]

Michael Pento: The Middle Class Is Getting Destroyed, While Assets Are 40% Overvalued

Adam Taggart | Thoughtful Money, Released on 4/25/24 With the market now expecting less than 2 rate cuts this year — perhaps none at all until next year according to Bank of America — what does that mean for the economy? Can it handle “higher for even longer” interest rates without slowing markedly? Or, even […]

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