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September 21, 2022

Gold is breaking down technically. There’s no denying it. Gold has already closed at a fresh 52-week and 2-year low in daily and weekly terms. It needs to close above $1715 at the end of the month to negate a monthly breakdown.
Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seat and fasten your seat belt, as we’re approaching the FOMC meeting and there could be some turbulence! Actually, gold has already entered an area of turbulence and has declined below the psychologically important level of $1,...
With a Federal Reserve meeting this Tuesday and Wednesday, where they're largely expected to raise the Fed funds rate either 75 or 100 basis points, the bigger question is how far the Fed will ultimately take rates.

September 20, 2022

Will Jay Powell be “less hawk than expected” on Wednesday? Will there be a huge stock market rally to celebrate his return to a dovish stance for markets?
Consumer prices have been on a tear, since early last year. Right now, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is rising at more than 8% per year.
If you read my Monday’s and/or Friday’s analyses, you know that the markets expect the rates to be increased by at least 0.75% this week. As they are increased by 0.75%, some market participants are likely to be surprised, and the overall implications could be bullish...
When the gold price declines or doesn’t go up according to expectations, analysts and investors begin looking for explanations. As the price drops further, claims are made that gold is undervalued.
In Part II of this two-part interview with Michelle Makori of Kitco News, Matterhorn Asset Management principal Matthew Piepenburg addresses a range of ongoing shifts in a global financial system forever altered by Western sanctions against Putin.
The best performing precious metal for the week was silver, up 4.11%. Deal flow for the royalty sector remains strong, with increased complexity in deal investment structures, partly due to intense competition between royalty companies for quality assets, and $1.2...
A year ago at this time, there were few analysts who thought the Fed would be raising interest rates any time soon. And I'm not sure if there were any that expected the Fed would be raising rates as aggressively has they have.

September 19, 2022

I've been reluctant to give permabears the all-clear because, being one myself, I've seen the bull market roar back from death a dozen times since 2009, turning my smug eulogies into embarrassments.
This week the Dow Jones gave up all of last week’s gains.  Moving from last Friday’s BEV -12.63% to below its BEV -15% line at the close of this week. Before we go deeper into this week’s market action, let’s take a moment and study this Bear’s Eye View (BEV) chart...
“You take the blue pill… the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill… you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”  -Morpheus
Andy Schectman & The Economic Ninja return to the show to discuss The One Belt Project and how it ties into the beginning of de-dollarization.
Brien Lundin Joins the show to talk about how the costs of servicing the federal debt have already soared to record levels. He explains how this will become a dominant market theme over the following months and how this will affect the precious metals markets.

As rate hike fears drove heavy selling on Wall Street this week, precious metals investors are finding some silver lining amid the storm clouds.

September 18, 2022

Last week's trading saw Gold forming its high in Monday's session, here doing so with the tag of the 1746.40 figure (December, 2022 contract). From there, a sharp decline was seen into late-week, with the metal dropping all the way down to a Friday low of 1661.90 -...
In leading directly to Gold’s weekly bars, we begin with this timely quip: "It don't do for a man to tempt providence too often." --[John Kitzmiller as Quarrel, "Dr. No", Eon Productions  1962]... 

September 17, 2022

Our proprietary cycle indicator is UP. Gold sector is on long term SELL signal. Trend is UP for the dollar, closing the week at a new high. Trend is DOWN for gold stocks.
With gold and silver yet to generate a clear buy signal and the stock market now looking toppy, commodities could be set for a fresh run higher.

September 16, 2022

Gold has sure been a four-letter word lately, suffering one of its worst bull summers.  The primary culprit was heavy gold-futures selling on a parabolic US-dollar surge fueled by extreme Fed hawkishness.  But the resulting gold technical damage really disheartened...
We are so far only in a technical recession, but the true recession is coming, or it has already begun. It should be positive for gold prices.
In Part I of this two-part interview series with Michelle Makori of Kitco News, Matterhorn Asset Management principal Matthew Piepenburg addresses the latest (and “official”) CPI inflation data.

September 15, 2022

The annual CPI decelerated in August but came in higher than expected. Bets on a more hawkish Fed increased, while in the case of gold, they decreased.
The current stock market crash has the potential to extend to a 30% fall in the next few weeks on the way to a 90% fall in coming years.
We sit down with Rick Rule to discuss the Precious Metals market outlook. We also ask him to give his thoughts on the Central Banks around the world, Uranium, Private placements, and more.

September 14, 2022

If we were to be guided by history, junior miners behave almost exactly as in 2013. What does that mean? Well, we will most likely see a huge decline. Silver’s previous quick run-up fooled many, but you weren’t caught off-guard, and yesterday’s decline didn’t surprise...
According to commentators, countering inflation requires monetary authorities to actively restrain the economy, with “experts” believing that higher interest rates need not cause an economic slump. Instead, they believe that the Fed cab orchestrate a “soft landing.” It...
The latest CPI report was released this morning, and once again, the inflation numbers showed that despite the Federal Reserve's interest rate increases, prices are still rising.
Adrian Day, the founder of Adrian Day Asset Management, joins the show to discuss the outlook for the silver and gold markets. We also discuss The Fed's plan to shrink its balance sheet, the Stock Market, and more.

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