Clarification on Doc percentage of investment and answering some of your questions
Doc is back with us this week to clarify some points he made last week and answer some of your questions regarding gold. Sticking to the big picture Doc is bullish but there could be some short term weakness.
Yields, China Issues, and a look ahead to next week’s news
Marc Chanlder, Managing Partner at Bannockburn Global ForEx shares his thoughts on the bond market in the US and around the world. We also dive into the issues China is facing with trade tensions and the protests in Hong Kong. We then look ahead to next week and the news events that are the most important.
There’s a lot take in in this interview but if you have any follow up questions please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.
What’s it going to take to derail the uptrend for gold?
With seemingly everything going in the favor of gold it’s important to look to what might derail this uptrend. Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter joins me to share his thoughts on what could cause a pullback in gold.
For more information on the New Orleans Investment Conference please email me at Fleck@kererport.com.
Bonds, Gold and the USD all rising – Is this sustainable?
With bonds, gold and the USD all rising in the US there is no doubt fear is on the minds of many investors. The question is if this is sustainable for all these markets. Craig Hemke, Founder of TF Metals Report joins me to share his thoughts.
Gold vs Gold Stocks and Thoughts On Radisson Mining
Brian Leni, Founder of the Junior Stock Review website joins me today to share his thoughts on how the gold stock are performing compared the rise in gold. While ETFs like GDX and GDXj are up today nicely there is still this general under-performance of the stocks compared to the breakouts in gold.
We also discuss a recent site visit the Brian was on to Radisson Mining (TSX.V.RDS). I was not up to date on the Company so I bounce some general questions off Brian to get a initial overview. Please email me if you have any further insights on Radisson or any questions for the Company – Fleck@kereport.com.
Recapping a recent site visit to Cartier Resources and Osisko Mining
Erik Wetterling, Founder of the Hedgeless Horseman website joins me to recap a recent site visit he was on in Quebec to Cartier Resources’ Chimo Mine and Osisko Metal’s Windfall Lake Project.
If you have any follow up questions regarding either of the companies please email me and I will have management on the show to get those answered – Fleck@kereport.com.
BY CAL THOMAS Tribune Content Agency
President Trump has repeatedly promised, “America will never be a socialist country.” Since Franklin Roosevelt began expanding government in the 1930s, the United States has increasingly adopted big-state policies associated with socialism.
We may not be at the stage Bernie Sanders would advocate, but more millennials appear to favor a system under which they have never lived. Free stuff is appealing until one realizes its costs.
In an attempt to reach Generation Z – those in their teens and 20s – a new organization is starting this month to combat socialism’s appeal.
It’s called Young Americans Against Socialism” (yaas.org), according to its site, a nonpartisan nonprofit “dedicated to exposing socialism’s failures to young Americans by creating viral educational videos for social media.” Its founder, Morgan Zegers, worries that “more than half of young people believe socialism should be implemented in America.” The reason, she says, is because many of them know little about it. Her campaign will be largely on social media where she notes young people spend hours every day.
“Yaas is taking the Left’s tactics of injecting emotion into everything,” she says, “and throwing it right back in their faces.” One Yaas video includes statements by two men. One, Raydel Armas, says he escaped Cuba by “windsurfing for 10 hours.” The other, Daniel Di Martino, a Venezuelan, challenges Sanders’ promotion of socialism.
Sanders is shown in a video from the ’70s in which he calls food lines in some countries “a good thing,” presumably referring to non-socialist countries. “The rich,” he claims, “get the food and the poor starve to death.” Daniel Di Martino responds, “It wasn’t that I was rich; it was because politicians like him destroyed my country.”
Armas suggests young people who wear Che Guevara T-shirts are ignorant of history and of the number of people Guevara killed during and after the Cuban revolution. Surveys back him up.
In a 2017 opinion column for The New York Post, Karol Markowicz cited a 2014 report by the National Assessment of Educational Progress that showed “an abysmal 18 percent of American high school kids were proficient in U.S. history. When colleges such as Stanford decline to require Western Civilization classes or high schools propose changing their curriculum so that history is taught only from 1877 onward … it’s merely a blip in our news cycle.”
Markowicz also noted a 2012 story in Perspectives on History magazine by University of North Carolina professor Bruce VanSledright, who found that “88 percent of elementary school teachers considered teaching history a low priority.”
While the reasons are varied, she says, “Van-Sledright found that teachers didn’t focus on history because students aren’t tested on it at the state level. Why teach something you can’t test?”
When history is taught, especially at many liberal universities, there is often a bias against America because of slavery and the “invasion” of white Europeans who killed and displaced Native Americans. Markowicz concluded, “We talk often about how fractured our country has become. That our division increases …read more
More Bearish Signs For US Markets
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website shares his thoughts on the falling markets, yield curve situation in the US and how gold is performing through all of this. We also discuss how the gold stocks are lagging and how gold stocks performed when the last recession hit.
There are many reasons to be worried about the health of the US markets
Joel Elconin, Co-Host of the Benzinga Pre-Market Prep Show takes a broad look at the US markets and shares what has him worried. These worries range from weakness in oil stocks, yield curve inversions, and the government now attacking the tech stocks. Even though the markets were at all time highs not too long ago the bearish argument is starting to build up steam.
A close look at gold to gold stocks and gold to the US markets
Jordan Roy-Byrne, Founder of the Daily Gold joins me to share his thoughts on how the gold stocks are reacting compared to some other highly correlated markets. There is good reason for a correction in gold and the stocks are telling us that however this run just keeps on going. Remember a correction would be healthy to continue this bull market and and could help add some power to the next breakout.
Click here to visit Jordan’s site and follow along with his calls for the metals.