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Why haven’t gold and silver rallied given central banks’ unprecedented monetary expansion? For Jim Iuorio, managing director of TJM Institutional Services and a veteran trader, cryptoassets have become the new fiat-currency hedge.In our weekly sponsor segment, Michael Konnert, CEO of Vizsla Silver (TSX: VZLA), lays out the next steps in what is pro…
 
Keeping track of mining firms can be complex and challenging. John Feneck, owner of Feneck Consulting, offers tips and strategies that have made him a successful portfolio manager in the mining and energy sectors.On our weekly sponsor segment, Brien Lundin makes the case for Inventa Capital companies if listeners are looking to invest in junior min…
 
Economic data and the job market keep rebutting the official narrative inflation is transitory. Albert Lu, founder and CEO of Luma Financial, argues higher inflation is coming as the Federal Reserve's usual tools become ineffective.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, president and CEO of Tarachi Gold (CSE: TRG), Cameron Tymstra, cel…
 
Understanding the mood of markets is key to anticipating big moves. Steven Hochberg, the chief market analyst with Elliott Wave International, explains what previous exits from pandemics can teach investors and why he believes a bear run is ahead of us.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the CEO and director of Heliostar Metals (TSX…
 
Bubbles have been a staple of financial markets everywhere—and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. Matthias Weber, a finance professor at the University of St. Gallen. in Switzerland, has found out that neither investor experience nor sophistication eliminates financial bubbles.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the CEO…
 
For Otavio Costa, portfolio manager at Crescat Capital, the Federal Reserve may hike interest rates to appease inflation expectations, but it cannot do so sustainably in the long term. He argues the Fed's real mandate is the suppression of those rates to keep the economy afloat.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the CEO and directo…
 
The inflation genie is out of the bottle, and the Federal Reserve can convince the market of the opposite for only so long. Rich Checkan, COO and president of Asset Strategies International, argues gold is the most underappreciated asset right now given increasing inflation expectations.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the presid…
 
The debate between temporary and permanent inflation is heating up, and Lyn Alden, an independent financial researcher and publisher, provides the key insights on how to ride out the inflation wave with precious metals.In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the president and CEO of Tarachi Gold (CSE: TRG), Camerom Tymstra, lays out the…
 
The persistence of high inflation, low Treasury yields, and loose monetary policy will continue to offer a bullish scenario for commodities. Gerardo del Real, cofounder of Digest Publishing and coowner of Resource Stock Digest, argues investors who get into uranium and gold now stand to gain handsomely. In our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Ca…
 
The unprecedented government debt and spending are laying the groundwork for stagflation in the United States. Dana Samuelson, founder of American Gold Exchange and past president of the Professional Numismatists Guild, argues now is the time to get into gold and silver.As for our weekly sponsor segment with Inventa Capital, the CEO and director of…
 
Despite increasing competition from other cryptocurrencies and scrutiny from regulators, bitcoin remains the king of digital assets. For Adam Dubove, cofounder of the trading community Ichimoku Fibonacci, bitcoin is a breakthrough in the history of money.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Chris Donaldson, CEO and director of Outback Goldfi…
 
The global transition to green energy offers plenty of opportunities for savvy investors. Nick Hodge, a contrarian investor, author, and commentator explains which metals and tech stocks to monitor.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Michael Konnert, president and CEO of Vizsla Silver (TSX: VZLA), details the busy summer at one of the world…
 
Campbell Harvey is one of those who argue brushing off inflation as transitory is a mistake. A finance professor at Duke University and an advisor with the Man Group, he has researched inflation-hedging strategies that have stood the test of time.Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/winning-strategies-to-combat-inflation/…
 
Thom Calandra is a veteran financial journalist, mining scout, and exploration hound. A cofounder of MarketWatch and the publisher of the Calandra Report, his specialty is finding opportunities way off the radar screen.Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-thom-calandra-spots-mining-tenbaggers…
 
Cognitive biases can make or break professional traders. For consultant, asset manager, and trader Rangan Padmanabhan, technical analysis provides an objective framework to interpret market moves instead of relying on narratives.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Chris Donaldson, CEO of Outback Goldfields (CSE: OZ), tells us why the Victor…
 
China has been accumulating tremendous amounts of oil, energy, and commodities for a reason. For author and investment adviser Stephen Leeb, Western countries are shooting themselves on the foot by slashing fossil-fuel consumption.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals (TSX: HSTR), explains the exceptional…
 
The rise of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) in policy and academic circles is changing the discussion on government spending and taxation. For Steven Globerman, an emeritus professor of economics at Western Washington University and a Fraser Institute scholar, MMT is an old idea in new clothes.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Chris Donaldso…
 
Unlike others, mining is still an industry where retail investors can really get their teeth into it. For Frik Els, editor of Mining.com, there are great opportunities for the well-informed observer.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals (TSX: HSTR), explains the aftermath of the extraordinary sampling res…
 
The fundamentals of mining companies across the board have been improving over the past months. For John Feneck, a precious-metal and mining consultant, it is just a matter of time before we start seeing upside momentum.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Michael Konnert, president and CEO of Vizsla Silver (TSX: VZLA), describes new financi…
 
Precious-metals exploration and development have seen shrinking investment over the last years. That trend is about to reverse, says David Garofalo, CEO of Gold Royalty Corp. He argues the junior-mining industry is in outstanding financial shape to profit from the winds of change.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Cameron Tymstra, presiden…
 
The past year has seen an unprecedented monetary and fiscal expansion. For Mike Larson, a senior analyst with Weiss Ratings, this has encouraged risky behavior in Wall Street and yield-chasing among retail investors.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Charles Funk, CEO and director of Heliostar Metals, explains how the company plans to take…
 
How did an anti-American mindset become the predominant one in the United States? James Ostrowski, a lawyer, author, and former political campaigner, traces the rise of progressivism back to World War I and advocates for direct citizen action rather than voting.Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/what-progressivism-has-done-to-america/…
 
Traders and analysts have been observing seemingly inexplicable price drops in the silver market over the last months. Chris Marcus, a former Wall Street trader and the owner of Arcadia Economics, argues manipulation by banks and regulators is becoming clearer than ever.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Michael Konnert, director and CEO o…
 
Despite increasing retail interest in gold and silver, junior mining remains an undervalued industry. Tracy Weslosky, the founder and CEO of Investor Intel, argues investors willing to put in the work to learn about this market can do very well for themselves.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals, offers …
 
Contrary to gold bugs' optimism, precious metals have been sluggish amid the pandemic. Jordan Roy-Byrne, editor and publisher of the Daily Gold, still believes a gold rally is on the horizon and points to key bull-rally catalysts.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Michael Konnert, CEO of Vizsla Silver, explains why the company made one of …
 
As the global economy gets back on its feet, metals are looking at a bull run thanks to restarting infrastructure and mining investments. Brent Cook, the legendary geologist and independent analyst, lays out a winning strategy for post-pandemic recovery.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, cofounders Michael Konnert and Craig Parry detail Vi…
 
A world of low interest rates makes a world of difference to planning for retirement. Aaron Filbeck, director of Global Content Development at the CAIA Association, explains the old investment rules and the usual portfolio compositions are no longer enough to secure meaningful returns.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, Charles Funk, CEO an…
 
Cryptocurrencies do away with intermediaries and enable direct, peer-to-peer transactions. So why are crypto banks emerging? Diogo Mónica, president and cofounder of Anchorage, the first federally chartered digital asset bank in the United States, explains why safekeeping digital assets is like safekeeping gold.In our weekly segment with Inventa Ca…
 
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) burst onto the financial scene a few years ago, and new cryptoassets keep showing up. Lukas Hofer, a financial analyst, writer, and advisor, guides newcomers through the so-called decentralized finance and why he believes crypto loans will only increase.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, the CEO of Vizsla Silv…
 
Despite the economic and technological progress in the world, politics is devolving. Max Borders, a futurist author, speaker, and director of the nonprofit Social Evolution, argues the United States will collapse as its core values vanish.In our weekly segment with Inventa Capital, the chairman of Outback Goldfields, Craig Perry, makes the case for…
 
Monetary expansions by governments around the globe continue unabated to finance pandemic stimulus packages. Yvo Timmermans, a portfolio manager from the Netherlands focused on real-estate securities, makes three bullish cases for gold.In our weekly sponsor segment, the CEO of Tarachi Gold, Cameron Tymstra, explains how the company plans to build M…
 
Ethereum and other blockchain projects that spun off from bitcoin have taken off, creating a market of their own. Andreas Vlachos, a fintech consultant and instructor from Cyprus, guides newcomers to the cryptoassets industry and warns of the potential scams.In our weekly sponsor segment, the CEO of Vizsla Resources, Michael Konnert, details one of…
 
Bitcoin’s meteoric rise in 2021 so far has investors wondering whether it will overtake gold as the preferred inflation hedge. Nick Giambruno, chief analyst of The Casey Report and Crisis Investing, argues the cryptocurrency, despite its volatility, is more convenient and therefore more suitable for the global online economy.In our weekly segment w…
 
The recent fever of commission-free trading apps has ushered in a new generation of investors. Brien Lundin, the editor of the Gold Newsletter and an experienced mining and precious-metals investor, lists the perils of day trading.In our first CEO interview with our new sponsor, Inventa Capital, Charles Funk of Heliostar Metals argues for the upsid…
 
While Brexit is finally happening, there's one country within the United Kingdom that will maintain closer ties with the European Union: Northern Ireland.Maurizio Liberante, the founder of Economics Alumni and the Discourse Institute, explains how the special arrangement is creating both benefits and problems for the Northern Irish.Show notes: http…
 
Interest rates in developed countries have been falling for years as governments prop up economies with easy credit. For Keith Weiner, president of the Gold Standard Institute USA and CEO of Monetary Metals, this cheap borrowing comes at the expense of capital productivity, ultimately eroding trust in fiat currencies such as the dollar.Show notes: …
 
Countries around the world are waking up to the Chinese government's real intentions. Far from promoting global development, China seeks to erode US influence and export its authoritarian model, argues Zineb Riboua, founder of the China in the Middle-East and North Africa (MENA) Project.Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/chinas-ambition…
 
The dollar's global hegemony persists in part due to the US government's sway in international affairs. For Charles Goyette, a leading libertarian author and political analyst, that influence is coming to an end—fast.He argues several factors such as the trade disputes with China, the war on cash, the decline of the US military abroad, and the rise…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed panic all over the world. For Barry Cooper, a professor of political science at the University of Calgary, politicians and bureaucrats are thriving, taking power away from frightened citizens.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview David Terry, the CEO of Genesis Metals (TSX-V: GIS), who explains t…
 
Financial bubbles have grown more frequent and globalized over the past decades. For John D. Turner, a professor of finance and financial history at Queen’s University in Belfast, there is possibly one growing now in the US tech industry, with wide-ranging ramifications.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview Claudia Tornquist, the C…
 
Economic freedom in Canada has fallen back to 2013 levels in the latest annual report by the Fraser Institute. To learn why, we interview the economist and resident fellow Fred McMahon. He argues the inordinate spending by the federal government in recent years has led to distortions and dependency.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we inter…
 
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) used to be an outlandish thought experiment from starry-eyed academics. George Gammon, a real estate investor and financial educator, explains MMT now finds an echo in the US government’s stimulus response to the COVID-19 pandemic.He argues the Federal Reserve’s endgame is taking over the economy and enforcing wealth re…
 
Despite failing repeatedly across the world, communism refuses to go away. For Roman Skaskiw, a crypto-entrepreneur based in Ukraine and a US veteran, communism is more popular than ever in the United States.While claiming a healthy democracy needs a moderate progressive faction, he argues investors should remain vigilant about polarization and cla…
 
Almost every country in the world has a central bank with a monopoly on money and that is independent of politics. But is it?For Alex Salter, an economics professor at Texas Tech University and research fellow with the Free Market Institute, the US government's pressure on the Federal Reserve to help it finance deficits is larger than ever. He argu…
 
Once dismissed as fringe, highly speculative investments, cryptocurrencies are now being embraced by some of the world's top financial firms.Daniele Bianchi, a professor of finance and a hedge-fund consultant, has found in his research that cryptocurrencies provide a clear opportunity for diversification. He explains that market sentiment and past …
 
Rather than welcoming open debates and fostering research that challenges the status quo, universities are enforcing conformity to politically correct thinking on matters such as gender and sex.Debra Soh, a neuroscientist, public intellectual, and columnist, explains not even tenure protects independent researchers anymore. She argues activists hav…
 
The internet has ushered in an explosion of heterodox views on economics and finance. One of those movements swimming against the current is the Austrian school of economics. For Dickson Buchanan, a relationship manager with Monetary Metals, the appeal of Austrian economics lies in its humility, which contrasts with the arrogance of mainstream teac…
 
A growing anti-capitalist mentality is sweeping the United States. For Robert Shoss, a lecturer at the University of Houston, private investor, and former fund manager, young people's confidence in the system that made the country great is on the wane, undermining economic growth for all.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview Freder…
 
Most citizens are unaware that US states that claim to balance their budgets are actually stiffing creditors and taxpayers. Sheila A. Weinberg, the founder and CEO of Truth in Accounting, explains how state governments resort to accounting gimmicks to obscure the true condition of their finances.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we intervie…
 
The blockchain technology has disrupted several industries, and gold is no exception. Jon Deane, a former investment manager and the CEO of Infinigold, argues why tokenized gold is the future for long-term holding in the digital era.This week in our Discovery Group segment, we interview the CEO of Fireweed Zinc (TSX-V: FWZ), Brandon Macdonald, who …
 
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