- Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors rejoins the show with key gold / silver market insights.
- The gold / silver ratio (GS) offers investors a rare glimpse into future price movements.
- When the GS or metallic credit spread, climbs, financial markets tend to swoon - the latest reading suggests increased market volatility.
- Bob Hoye is most bullish on the PMs mining / exploration sector; by monitoring the earnings on the gold mining shares, investors can identify prospects with huge potential.
- The host and guest concur; the technical / sentiment indicators confirm solid underlying strength in US shares.
Friday, May 12, 2017
May 11, 2017
Bill Murphy and Bob Hoye
Posted by Chris Waltzek at 9:29 PM
Friday, May 05, 2017
May 5, 2017
Michael Eastham & Chris Martenson Ph.D.
- Michael Eastham, Founder and President of Fellowship Financial Group and author of Common-Sense Income Strategies, makes his debut on Goldseek.
- As investors approach the age of 50, their focus should shift away from capital performance to income maximization.
- Our guest guides clients away from market timing approaches in favor of solid, reliable income strategies.
- Investors under 50 typically can afford the luxury of higher risk investments, but as retirement approaches the odds of recouping ill-timed investments, dwindles.
- Developing a 4-7% dividend stream facilitates a comfortable retirement, bypassing the urge to gamble via risky shares.
- Readers are encouraged to download Michael Eastham's must read investing paper, The Red Zone of Retirement, in PDF format.
- The duo discuss methods to boost passive, dividend income in the precious metals sector.
- The guest / host concur, the Great Recession of 2008 never ended; policymakers merely delayed the inevitable day of economic reckoning.
- His sources indicate that Fed insiders are de facto manipulating the CME futures markets via colocation near the exchanges.
- Although the precious metals markets have corrected ahead of Fed rate hikes, liquidity actually expanded with approximately $5 billion directed to banks.
- The USD/JPN currency pair has an approximate 85% correlation with the gold price, offering speculators a potentially lucrative arbitrage opportunity.
- The precious metals markets may be on the cusp of exciting times amid record demand / supply conditions.
- Chris Martenson is equally encouraged by severe supply shortfalls in silver output, further evidence supporting the potential for explosive gains.
- Our guest presents compelling evidence of declining oil discoveries beginning in 2014, leading to shortages by 2018.
- Expect a rare opportunity to purchase high yielding energy royalty shares at relative discounts.
- The crude oil sector represents a potential value; OPEC nations continue to flood the market with every available source.
- Given the cost of $100-$125 per barrel through deep water drilling, the guest / host share an oil price target of $75-$100+.
- One key caveat: if the economic boom in China slows significantly, demand for crude could experience a temporary pause.
- Key takeaway: given the expected oil supply shortfall over the next three years, makes accumulating related shares, advisable.
Posted by Chris Waltzek at 8:51 PM