February 2020



Demand For Physical Precious Metals Surge Due To Fears About Disruptions In The Global Supply Chain

According to a precious metals dealer I spoke with, the world out on the street is that demand for gold and silver has recently surged due to investor concerns about a disruption to the Global Supply Chain.  We are already seeing a massive slowdown in China’s oil demand as official…

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RED WARNING LIGHT: The World Is Rapidly Burning Through Its Conventional Oil Reserves

While Americans continue to enjoy the convenience provided by the just-in-time inventory supply-chain Leech and Spend Suburban Economy, the rate we are consuming the high-quality conventional oil reserves should scare the hell out of people.  But, it doesn’t.  Why?  Because, virtually no one sees it or has a clue.  Unfortunately,…

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ENERGY & MINING: SRSRocco Two New Interviews Including Round Table With Rick Rule-Larry Lepard & Bill Powers

This week I participated in two new interviews on ENERGY & MINING.  The first interview was with Bill Powers, who runs the Mining Stock Education website.  We discussed how Energy will impact the silver mining industry and silver price.  I included data about how much Energy it takes to mine…

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The Shale Oil Bubble Accounted For 99% Of U.S. Oil Production Growth Since 2007

Without the unprofitable and unconventional shale oil supply, U.S. oil production would still be below 5 million barrels per day.  While we can applaud the shale industry for allowing the American Leech & Spend Suburban Economy to continue for another decade, I wouldn’t count on it lasting another ten years. …

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There’s Just Not That Much Silver Investment Insurance To Go Around

As the Fed and Central banks continue propping up the financial markets, many precious metals analysts advise owning gold over silver.  They say that gold is the key precious metal that will be used to reintroduce a “Sound Monetary System.”  However, I believe the real winner in terms of “future…

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