Friday, October 23, 2015

Gerald Celente & Bob Hoye

Oct. 23, 2015
Gerald Celente & Bob Hoye

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  • Chris welcomes back Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist of Institutional Advisors.
  • The first silver coin minted in the US in 1794 sold at auction for $4,993,750 this week, an extreme illustration of the wealth preserving qualities of the PMs.
  • Institutional Advisors, suggests that every investor own gold as insurance against the unexpected, particularly in the long-term.
  • Our guest ignores the PMs supply / demand conditions, preferring instead to monitor silver / gold ratio for credit issues.
  • His in-depth technical analysis agrees with that of the host - US equities may be re-testing a break-down, resistance level, indicative of a bear market.
  • The recent lackluster domestic unemployment announcement could restrain Fed policymakers from raising rates.
  • The head of Tocqueville PMs fund expects the continued flow of PMs from Western nations to Eastern countries to culminate in a short-squeeze of epic proportions.
  • In the next phase of the credit crisis, gold could surge higher, as a refuge of last resort.
  • Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente outlines a less than sanguine economic ontology.
  • A modern economic depression could develop, due in part to stagnant wages and shadow unemployment.
  • Fed policymakers may heed Former Fed Head, Dr. Bernanke's suggestion to push the benchmark lending rate into negative territory.
  • In Dickensian-like fashion, savers hand over their capital to lenders, while paying for the less than savory opportunity.
  • The Trends Research Institute recently hosted a conference with leading speakers, including Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Dr. Gary Null and Ralph Nader.
  • Our guest expects the premium for financial portfolio insurance to skyrocket, boosting demand / price of PMs, his preferred retirement safe haven.

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