Saturday, February 06, 2016

Bob Hoye & Jeffrey Nichols

Feb. 4, 2016
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Bob Hoye & Jeffrey Nichols

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  • Jeffrey Nichols of Rosland Capital, returns to the show with his latest insights on the precious metals sector.
  • A new uptrend suggests the multi-year selloff may be reversing course.
  • With signs of sluggish economic output, our guest suggests that Fed policymakers could back-peddle on the new interest rate policy.
  • The inflation adjusted or real interest rate may already be negative, depending on the source examined. I
  • Investors should brace for either a new wave of QE or a novel approach to boost economic growth.
  • But even if the Fed maintains a hawkish stance, gold will likely rise anyway, due to supply shortages.
  • Gold could soon eclipse the 2010 zenith, ascending above $2,000 per ounce as soon as the end of next year, yielding 100% profits.
  • If our guest's forecast is correct, the yellow metal could climb as high as $3,000-$5,000, within seven years.
    Chris welcomes back Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist at Institutional Advisors.
  • US equities could be entering a bear market, given media reports of a domestic retail "Apocalypse", with thousand retail store closings.
  • Now that gold has recovered by nearly $100 from the recent lows, gold and silver investments represent the best portfolio insurance currently available.
  • Gold / silver equities could present an excellent contrarian opportunity, relative to overpriced sectors.
  • Mines are lean and mean, due to lower crude oil prices and related expenses, prepared to tackle exciting new opportunities.
  • Cash rich firms can procure properties with the most potential at a fraction of the cost.
  • The host and guest concur that long-term portfolio investing is the safest and most profitable way to build a solid financial future.

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