Friday, September 30, 2016

President Joseph Grosso, Arch Crawford and Listener's Q&A.

Sep. 30 2016
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President Joseph Grosso, Arch Crawford & Listener's Q&A.

  • Joseph Grosso - Golden Arrow Resources, Executive Chairman, CEO, & President returns with exciting news.
  • Hailing from scenic Buenos Aires, the "Big Apple" of South America, President Grosso outlines the key differences between PMs exploration and production.
  • One big discovery can require as many as 1,000 site visits - yet the tedious / time-consuming process can yield muy grande sized rewards.
  • In 23 years of exploration, President Grosso cites 3 major discoveries, one in gold and two in silver.
  • Through high quality "social license" and "economic feasibility" Golden Arrow Resources is head and shoulders above most competing PMs explorers.
  • Recent drilling results indicate that the flag ship property, Chinchillas is a young and growing "elephant sized" opportunity with enormous potential.
  • The partnership with major silver producer Silver Standard, represents a Herculean step forward for Golden Arrow within the next 6-8 months.
  • President Grosso expects gold to perform well, but for silver to outshine the yellow metal: in 1980, the gold : silver ratio was 15 : 1.
  • At approximately 70:1, investors today require seventy ounces of silver to purchase one ounce of gold, making silver an appealing alternative.

  • Arch Crawford, head of Crawford Perspectives showcases his investing methods that he's honed over forty years.
  • Market and astronomical anomalies indicate the potential of extreme volatility in 2017.
  • Arch thinks the Fed does not have the remaining fire power to hold the US equities markets aloft forever.
    Gold remains one of Arch's favorite markets.
  • The discussion includes the rumored "Metropolitan Plan" where US policymakers could implement negative interest rates (NIRP).
  • According to the Metropolitan Plan article, gold could ascend to over $10,000 per ounce - several top insiders are preparing contingencies.
  • Arch Crawford outlines support / resistance levels for the gold market - he's watching for a break above $1,400 gold as a bullish sign.

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Friday, September 23, 2016

Gerald Celente and Nick Barisheff

Sep. 23, 2016
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Gerald Celente and Nick Barisheff

  • Nick Barisheff of Bullion Management Group (BMG) notes that most of the above ground silver stockpiles were sold before the year 2000.
  • Only 20% of silver is the byproduct of pure silver mines, the remaining 80% is derived from base metal production, such as lead.
  • The net result: 50% of silver demand is industrial in nature with unique nearly vertical asymptote-like demand / supply curves.
  • No matter how costly silver becomes, industrial demand for items like solar panels and laptops / iPhones / Androids remains constant.
  • Even if jewelry demand were to drop to near 0%, the remaining 50% industrial demand holds constant.
  • When Ford Motors purchased $2 billion of palladium, the precious metal with similar industrial qualities leaped 10 fold (Figure 1.1).
  • Until the 2011 gold zenith, the trend in US debt and the price of gold tended to walk in lock step, in near perfect correlation.
  • If the relationship were to return, it would require a price of $3,000 gold to reflect today's debt levels
  • Using Professor Lawrence Kotlikoff's $200 trillion debt figure, $30,000 gold.
  • One day in the not so distant future, investors will notice gold is $2,000-$3,000 higher than the day before and it will be too late to procure discounted PMs.
  • Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente returns with comments on the recent bombings in NY and NJ.
  • Once gold closes firmly above $1,400 per ounce, a new bull market will be underway, according to the Trends Research Institute.
  • By sending interest rates to 46 year lows, policymakers temporarily halted an economic implosion, which resulted in a real estate bubble.
  • Survival / Sur-thrival in the modern economy requires some novel thinking.
  • The world is passing from the Industrial / Information age to a robotics era, which will eliminate millions of jobs.
  • One key outcome will be an education overhaul, including interactive artificial intelligence-instructors and virtual classrooms.
  • Robotics will usher in positive outcomes, including virtual vision and memory enhancement.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Jeffrey Nichols and Kevin Kerr

Sep. 16, 2016
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Jeffrey Nichols and Kevin Kerr


  • Jeffrey Nichols, Senior economist of Rosland Capital returns with his latest insights on the financial markets and the geopolitical drama.
  • His work indicates that once the $1,400 gold hurdle is surpassed, the former bull market return in all of its glory, ascending over $2,000.
  • Positive seasonal factors will continue to add upward momentum to the sector, due to demand stemming from Christmas, Hanukkah and Indian festivities.
  • Investors in newly affluent China will cause retailers to increase stockpiles.
  • Despite the remarkable 2016 rally, gold remains a de facto value relative to US equities, making gold an enticing bargain opportunity.
  • Large financial institutions / hedge funds / pension funds are turning to the relatively tiny PMs sector as an alternative to pricey shares / bonds.
  • Solid population growth in China / India will virtually insure robust future demand for the PMs.
  • Kevin Kerr of Kerr Trading International rejoins the show, with positive comments on the upcoming September 30th, US Federal Budget.
  • The current budget deficit exceeds $107 billion, the persistent issue implies the potential for challenging economic conditions on a national scale.
  • Many top guests on this show have championed the idea of a balanced US Federal budget, including Dr. Ron Paul.
  • Unfortunately, the issue remains political kryponite, anathema to the election process.
  • The similarities between the current US equities indexes and that of 2008 are chilling.
  • 2016 is also a Presidential year, with the potential for another 2008-2009 like Great Recession / market meltdown.
  • The duo conclude that every investment portfolio should be positioned / hedged against potential selling.
  • The bottom is in place for the PMs sector, while silver is poised to yield exceptional gains.
  • Among the key drivers sending investors flooding into the PMs sector, continued Brexit-like events in the EU and the potential for negative rates in the US.
  • Despite record crude oil supply levels, the sector could spike to as high as $65 should the CRB commodities index rally persist.

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Friday, September 09, 2016

Bill Murphy and Bob Hoye

Sep. 9, 2016
Featured Guests
Bill Murphy and Bob Hoye

  • Bill Murphy of returns to the show with insights on the PMs sector.
  • The gold cartel continues to be the key shadowy force behind downward price movements in the PMs sector.
  • Physical supply constraints are hindering their efforts, as evidenced by the sharp recovery in price in recent weeks.
  • The dialogue includes news from Sydney Australia via, that gold miner, Resolute is offering shareholders the option to receive gold bullion dividends.
  • The shares skyrocketed several fold in recent months since the announcement.
  • Recent commentary from Dr. Stephen Leeb implies that China's banks are accumulating large inventories of gold, to satisfy new IMF regulations.
  • Our guest thinks gold represents the de facto investment opportunity.
  • Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist of Institutional Advisors returns with comments on the financial markets.
  • Our guest is monitoring the gold to silver ratio closely, noting the predictive powers, similar to a credit spread or yield curve.
  • Every investment portfolio must include gold / silver assets; the perfect insurance against global money printing.
  • According to a Labor Department Report, the US jobs included 100,000 fewer than anticipated, implying that the Fed has less wiggle room to raise rates.
  • The Fed remains the only hold out among the central banking trifecta to keep rates above zero, i.e., the BOJ, ECB.
  • John Williams latest figures at, the true national unemployment rate is approaching 25%, the worst since the Great Depression.
  • The reason for the discrepancy is that officials no longer consider the 95 million discouraged workers as part of the tally.
  • Tame energy prices offer gold / silver miners a competitive advantage, as energy is a major production expense.
  • Bob Hoye outlines why the precious metals sector will eventually be the hottest venue in the financial world, at least doubling from current levels.