PALISADES RADIO INTERVIEW: Energy Crisis Will Drive Gold To New Highs

The ongoing global energy crisis and coming Energy Cliff will push the gold price to new highs.  This is not a matter of if, but rather a matter of when.  And, if we look at the energy data, the “when” seems to be fast approaching.  Thus, precious metals investors need to understand these energy dynamics as they will play the Main Driver of the gold and silver prices in the future.

In this interview, I was fortunate to have another opportunity to discuss my “Energy Dynamics” on the gold price with Tom at Palisades Radio.  My analysis differs significantly from most analysts on the metals prices because they tend to omit energy in their forecasts.

You can check out more of Tom’s excellent interviews on Palisades Radio here: PALISADES GOLD RADIO.

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1 Comment on "PALISADES RADIO INTERVIEW: Energy Crisis Will Drive Gold To New Highs"

  1. Steve,

    When you say “if inflation subsides”, what do you mean exactly? It’s hard to see, with the energy/trade/logistics/labor troubles worldwide how production costs will ease, and therefore consumer prices on needed goods decline. And if it’s a cooling off in the equities and/or properties markets – isn’t that a very strong driver for the metals?

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