Precious Metals

During Big 2016 Market Correction Gold & Silver Didn’t Fall, They Soared

If we go back to the last big market correction, the precious metals didn’t fall, they soared.  There were several reasons the gold and silver prices disconnected from the broader markets at the beginning of 2016. In my newest video update, I show exactly what happened to gold and silver price as the Dow Jones…

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Gold, Silver, Shale Oil Industry & The Economy: My Interview With James Kunstler

How insane are the markets today?  Well, it’s always a pleasure to discuss this and other topics with James Howard Kunstler.  Jim and I had a lively conversation about gold, silver, the shale oil industry and the overall economy in his most recent KunstlerCast.  James is one of the few that understands the dire energy…

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THE WORLD’S GREATEST BUBBLES ARE BIGGER THAN EVER: When They Pop, You Better Own Some Precious Metals

In just the past few years, global asset values have risen to the biggest bubbles in history.  Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be a concern to the market because most people believe they are getting richer.  However, rapidly rising digital riches can easily turn into digital losses, just as quickly.  But, this will likely remain a…

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Gold Company Makes Huge Blunder By Investing In U.S. Shale Assets

Something took place in the gold industry that I thought would never happen.  In a stunning press release, Franco-Nevada Gold announced that it was taking a financial stake in U.S. shale energy assets.  Why on earth is one of the top gold royalty companies investing in an industry in which it has no expertise… especially…

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NEVER BEFORE SEEN CHARTS: Gold Mining Industry’s Costs Are Higher Than Market Realizes

New information suggests that the cost to produce gold is much higher than what the market realizes.  As the cost to produce gold has skyrocketed over the past two decades, the mining industry has hidden certain costs by placing them in their capital expenditures.  This has lowered their “Cost of Sales” figures but has significantly…

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