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Tom welcomes Jaime Carrasco of Canaccord Genuity back to the show. Jamie says people should focus on the positive and globally there is a growing perspective shift. The real debt ceiling broke some fifty years ago under Nixon. Debt is the problem and equity markets are tiny in comparison. Gold remains the ultimate hedge. The Evergrande default has …
 
Tom welcomes Jaime Carrasco of Canaccord Genuity back to the show. Jamie says people should focus on the positive and globally there is a growing perspective shift. The real debt ceiling broke some fifty years ago under Nixon. Debt is the problem and equity markets are tiny in comparison. Gold remains the ultimate hedge. The Evergrande default has …
 
Tom welcomes Francis Hunt “The Market Sniper” back to the show. Francis discusses the longer view on precious metals and why they should outperform again in the not too distant. The precious metals genie has been suppressed and put back in the bottle for now. He examines the technical structures on the gold chart and possible breakout scenarios. He…
 
Tom welcomes Dr. Stephen Leeb, financial author, wealth manager, and newsletter publisher, back to the show. Stephen discusses China’s imminent plans to launch a digital currency. Initially, it will be used domestically but they plan on taking it international by basing it on a basket of currencies. He believes there will also be a gold backing. It…
 
Tom welcomes a new guest to the show, Antony Davies. Antony is a professor of economics, speaker, author, and podcaster. Antony Davies explains the importance of working from first principles. If you don’t start with fundamentals problems can compound as we see regularly with government. Concepts such as minimum wages can have unforeseen consequenc…
 
Tom welcomes Axel Merk to the show. Axel is the President and CIO of Merk Investments. Axel discusses the ECB’s recent press conference and Christine Lagarde’s comments. The ECB adjusts its mandate in whatever direction they desire so long as it’s in the interest of the European Union. There has been a tiny uptick in credit spreads and this caused …
 
Tom welcomes back Tavi Costa of Crescat Capital to the show. Tavi discusses the key causes of inflation and how it drives inequality. We’re seeing increasing use of food stamps and helicopter money which are directed toward the bottom fifty percent of the public. A lot of inflation is showing up in housing which has a large impact as a whole. We’re…
 
Tom welcomes back Justin Huhn to discuss the increasingly exciting and rapidly changing uranium space. Sprott’s recent move into uranium is very bullish for the sector. There was a very sound thesis for investing in uranium before Sprott’s takeover of Uranium Participation Corporation. Sprott is a monster in the resource space and they are buying p…
 
Tom welcomes a new guest to the show, Matthew Scott. Matthew explains why he wrote a children’s book to explain the concept of money. The book is called “The Illusion of Money” but it should instead be called the “Illusion of Currency”. Eventually, faith is lost in every currency and its value disappears. He’s self-publishing the book through Kicks…
 
Tom welcomes back James Anderson from SD Bullion to the show. James discusses gold demand since 2020 and how interest in metals is steadily increasing. In the years to come, this interest will continue as uncertainty in the markets grows. The structure of the financial system today is vastly different than in the past. Now there are layers of obscu…
 
Tom welcomes back Don Durrett Author, Investor & Owner of GoldStockData.com to the show. He expected a breakout for gold at the end of 2020 but the stock markets took off and it was clear we were in for a decline. He expects a correction in the markets in the next few months which should be the trigger to send gold higher. Historically it’s rare fo…
 
Tom welcomes back Michael Gentile strategic investor and President & CEO of Consultant Finaciere Integritas to the show.Michael discusses the Fed's inability to act in the current environment and argues rates should be moving higher but the Fed is rapidly losing credibility. If they don't provide a timeline for tapering then they risk damaging thei…
 
Tom welcomes John Feneck of Feneck Consulting to the show. John discusses his extensive background with Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan of nearly thirty years. Afterward in 2017, he started working for Sprott while developing his own direction with Feneck Consulting which he launched recently.FOMC Chair Powell is a former attorney and isn't an economis…
 
Tom welcomes back economist and Wealth Advisor Jonathan Davis to the show.Jonathan discusses why inflation is heading to double-digits and why it is here to stay. Even with fraudulent methods of calculating inflation, it's still running hot. Shadowstats is indicating more than ten percent.The Fed is owned by commercial banks and they want to raise …
 
Tom welcomes back Gareth Soloway, President, CEO & Chief Market Strategist for InTheMoneyStocks.Gareth discusses the new all-time high of the S&P and the recent breakdown in the long-term wedge pattern. We need to see a break above this pattern and he would be concerned if we took out a previous low. Institutions are waiting to hear what is decided…
 
Tom welcomes Jonathan Baird Editor and Publisher of the Global Investment Letter to the show. Jonathan's focus with his newsletter is on geopolitical trends and their impacts on markets.Jonathan discusses starting on Bay street in the mid-1980s and quickly becoming involved in money management managing several large funds. When the firm he was invo…
 
Tom welcomes Dan Popescu to the show. Dan is a consultant and independent investment analyst of the gold and silver markets.Dan discusses the events leading up to the gold standards failure and why that collapse had its origins shortly after World War II. The London Gold Pool was created to maintain the price of the metal. This scheme failed after …
 
Tom welcomes back Craig Hemke, founder of TF Metals Report to the show.Craig discusses the growing shift in wealth inequality since the untethering of the dollar from the gold standard. The ending of the gold standard required faith and confidence in the US government. Today, that confidence is steadily waning.The dollar index is a weighted basket …
 
Tom welcomes back Michael Pento, President and Founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies, to the program.Michael carefully monitors for changes in fiscal policy, and he expects a looming fiscal and monetary cliff. The Fed will transition from trillions in debt monetization to zero, and the stock markets are likely to take this badly. They depend on 120…
 
Tom welcomes Josh Phair, President of Scottsdale Mint, to the show.Josh describes his background in risk management and how that led him to become interested in the mining industry. While he liked the industry, he realized he had a great passion for the metals themselves. Fifteen years ago, there weren't many brands in the industry. This lead him t…
 
Tom welcomes an always popular guest back to the program, Dr. Marc Faber.Most stock markets and sectors have underperformed compared with US Markets. This is because every time the Fed prints, it ends up with corporations and the super-rich. Markets are no longer homogenous, and fiscal deficits are no longer expanding. This is making it more diffic…
 
Tom welcomes a new guest Christopher Grove, President of Commerce Resources, to the show. Chris discusses rare earth elements and why some are extremely important, particularly in permanent magnets for electric motor and generator applications. Four rare earth metals used in these motors are dysprosium, terbium, praseodymium, and most importantly, …
 
Tom welcomes back MJG Capital Fund manager Matt Geiger to the show. Matt discusses how his fund has performed very well over the past couple of years.He believes the miners and the metals will have to play catch up with the rest of the market. When the broader market next goes sour, there will likely be some pain, but from a long-term perspective, …
 
Tom welcomes Michael Oliver back from Momentum Structural Analysis.Michael discusses the bubbles in the equity markets, and the S&P indicates a top while momentum is waning. Bear markets typically begin with a gradual arm-wrestling decline and often no crashes, which he expects will occur. Michaels proprietary volatility indicators are now showing …
 
Tom welcomes returning guest Peter Grandich to the show. Peter discusses how the markets have changed over his career and are now high-tech casinos.The Fed has destroyed the fixed income market, pushing people to take riskier plays on their retirement investments. He expects stagflation as inflation increases and the economy underperforms. The Fed …
 
Tom welcomes Sam Riggall, CEO of Sunrise Energy Metals, to the show. Sam discusses his open letter to the automotive industry regarding metal supply concerns. The auto industry has not been overly concerned with the availability of metals. Lithium, cobalt, and copper are all essential metals that are necessary for battery-based systems.Lithium gets…
 
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