Friday, July 20, 2018

Gerald Celente, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - July 20th, 2018 - Goldseek.com Radio ©2005-2018. A Spina-Waltzek Production-©2005-2018 http://radio.goldseek.com/ Royalty free music from Google Play. Disclaimer: this show is presented as informational content only. Consulting first with a registered financial advisor before investing is advisable.

July 20th, 2018
(S13-E653)
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Gerald Celente &
Bill Murphy
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Show Highlights
  • Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente expresses concerns over the potential for a showdown of epic proportions in the Middle East.
  • Extreme tensions in the region could ignite the crude oil market, sending price per barrel soaring while sparking a stampede into the precious metals sector.
  • The theme could benefit gold shares as well, according to the work of Seabridge Gold CEO, Rudi Fronk, who notes peak gold is in place.
  • Barrick Gold CEO noted that the ailing quality of gold quality ore and lessened production levels combined with few major new gold discoveries and lengthy time to production, bodes well for the gold price.
  • The expert close-combat practitioner examines the nascent global trade war, sparked by the 2018 US trade tariffs.
  • While policymakers applaud record unemployment rate, when adjusted for inflation the real employment wage lags price increases.
  • Low wages hampers the disposable income of the masses and widening the gap between the wealthy and the hoi polloi beyond any Industrial nation, worldwide.
  • US share prices may be overextended, as the initial tax cuts behind much of the recent rally unwind and only a handful of key stocks in the tech sector.
  • The FANG stocks continue to lead the indexes higher.
  • The discussion concludes with strategies for personal protection and close combat - Gerald Celente suggests a free online resource for individuals interested in self-protection, Attackproof.com.
  • Bill Murphy of GATA.org notes precious metals investors will ultimately be rewarded for their patience.
  • An endgame scenario is unfolding in the financial markets that could result in an explosive move higher for safe haven assets.
  • As long as US equities remain the risk-off trade, du jour, the PMs may remain in a cyclical trading range.
  • The nascent trade skirmish has already impacted the housing sector.
  • Import taxes on Canadian lumber have increased the cost of new home construction domestically by $9,000 per unit.
  • The additional expense is passed along to the home purchaser.
  • Already desperate domestic farmers are finding it even more challenging to make financial ends meet, amid soybean tariffs on Asian imports.
  • The key impact of tariffs could be stagflation, as higher prices stifle global economic output while encouraging price hikes.
  • A final warning from a US ally echoes the sentiments of history - when trade halts between national borders, more often than not, military boots cross.
  • I.e. a trade war could ignite a global military skirmish.
  • While the looming threat continues to boost US defensive and security share prices, ultimately PMs will benefit from the dual risk of insidious inflation / economic stagnation and global conflict.

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Friday, July 13, 2018

Dr. Stephen Leeb, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - July 13th, 2018 - Goldseek.com Radio ©2005-2018. A Spina-Waltzek Production-©2005-2018 http://radio.goldseek.com/ Royalty free music from Google Play. Disclaimer: this show is presented as informational content only. Consulting first with a registered financial advisor before investing is advisable.

July 13th, 2018
(S13-E652)
Featured Guests
Dr. Stephen Leeb &
Arch Crawford
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Show Highlights
  • Arch Crawford, head of Crawford Perspectives for 41 consecutive years, outlines his technical perspective on the global financial markets.
  • US shares could continue to decline along with global equities where shares in the Shanghai exchange dropped 21% from the peak.
  • Market volatility may explode next month - June 6th - 14th could be a difficult time in markets.
  • The current period is the longest consolidation without a new high in years, suggesting slowing momentum in US share prices.
  • Arch Crawford is heavily short the US equities markets and expects the bearish side to remain the most profitable along with highly rated US bonds.
  • The gold market continues to test key support - the price could soon stage a rebound rally.
  • Best selling author, Dr. Stephen Leeb returns with a solid outlook on the gold sector.
  • The precious metals could merge with the blockchain to facilitate sound money transactions at an accelerated pace and with far greater transparency.
  • With light sweet crude oil breaking multi-year records, the threat of inflation could further encourage the gold bulls.
  • Dr. Leeb suggests investors view gold in terms of China's Yuan ($GOLD:CYB) to better gauge the true technical strength of the yellow metal.
  • Our guest notes that repairing decades of unfair global trade is sound, but the lack of subtlety, diplomacy, cooperation and gung-ho actions could backfire.
  • If NASA engineers found landing a human on the moon challenging, economists may be facing a far more daunting task while resolving the the trade war.
  • The duo explore the importance to embrace, nourish, foster and invest in innovative technologies via private / public sector think tank concepts, similar to RAND, Bell Labs, Fairchild Semiconductor and other skunkworks projects that paved the road to today's technological marvels.

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Friday, July 06, 2018

Peter Schiff, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek Ph.D. & Robert Ian - July 6th, 2018 - Goldseek.com Radio ©2005-2018. A Spina-Waltzek Production-©2005-2018 http://radio.goldseek.com/ Royalty free music from Google Play. Disclaimer: this show is presented as informational content only. Consulting first with a registered financial advisor before investing is advisable.

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Show Highlights
  • Peter Schiff, head of SchiffGold, Euro Pacific Capital, and Euro Pacific Gold Fund (EPGFX) returns with his latest market insights.
  • Inflation is a chief concern at EuroPac, just as the economy is headed back to a 2008 style Great Recession, which could result in Stagflation
  • Stagflation has positive implications for the PMs sector, as illustrated by the 1970's gold bull market, case study.
  • As 2 year / 10 year Treasury note yields invert, perhaps as soon as early 2019, 90% of the time this event coincides with a recession / stock market correction.
  • Fed policymakers will reverse hawkish rate hikes and resume dovish rate cuts to restore normalcy to the markets.
  • The Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 resulted in a reduction of 66% of global trade.
  • According to some economists, this exacerbated the Great Depression.
  • The duo examine if the current trade war could be combine with higher rates to foment a new Great Recession.
  • Our guest outlines a possible case for hyperinflation, similar to Venezuela, where the Bolivar went from near parity with the US dollar, to virtually zero, requiring tens of millions of Bolivar to purchase a single ounce of gold.
  • Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors rejoins the show with upbeat commentary on the PM's sector.
  • The shifting yield curve (spread between 2 and 10 year Treasury Notes), suggests that a liquidity crisis could unfold similar to the Great Recession.
  • 90% of recessions (Michael Pento, 2018) occurred after the yield curve inverted.
  • If the current price hike trend continues with two more anticipated by the FOMC this year, the inversion could portend trouble for the financial markets.
  • Our guest notes that the US has two previous failed experiments in trade tariffs, first "The Tariff of Abominations of 1825," and the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Act.
  • Both Tariff Acts were accused of exacerbating the unemployment, slowing economic growth and curtailing global trade.
  • Officials are advised to proceed cautiously with the current trade tariffs to avoid crushing global economic contraction, collapsing global trade and widespread unemployment.
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