A2A with Dimitri Speck

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A tremendously informative webinar today with gold analyst and author, Dimitri Speck. You should be sure to give it a listen.

Among the topics addressed:

  • Dimitri recalls the period of 2001-2008, where the price of gold rose even while interest rates also moved higher
  • The current state of the global market for physical gold
  • Dimitri's thoughts on the impact of Shanghai Gold Exchange
  • The state of the European Union and what this implies for the euro, interest rates and gold
  • How the mining shares may perform in the months ahead

Again, this was a very interesting webinar and I encourage you to give this audio your time and attention.

TF

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boomstickPining 4 the fjords
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:29pm

"Bold, Blazing, Breathtaking..."

... Barrel-aged?

Just my guess for where the next installment takes us. My mouth -- on maybe my liver? -- is watering in anticipation.

stealthbear
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:24pm

@onesong---It could be worse

Six weeks ago my husband, son and I lost a very dear friend from traumatic brain injuries following a one vehicle accident on a country road. He was returning home from his place of work and was only 3 miles from home. He was 51 (same age as you, Craig) and left his wife and 11 year old son to try to pick up the pieces of their lives without him. I would give every ounce of PMs I have accumulated the past 15 years if it would bring this man back to his family and friends. So, yes, it could be so much worse. Best we remember to be grateful for all we do have.

goldcom
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:22pm

More on todays silver smash

GATA Chairman On Silver MASSACRE: "We Know WHO Did It, & WHY They Did It"
canary
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:18pm

It's interesting that Yellen and Fischer will talk ...

At the same time, 1PM.....The senior traders will have to stay longer, before going to Hamptons.

Dr. P. Metals
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:11pm

@canary

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-02/why-you-should-be-nervous-abou...’s-speech-tomorrow

jawboning days are seldom good for metals.

@info: please note I did not say "never"

canary
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:10pm

I hope this Friday will be different

Stock Market gets correction (crash would better) ...and Gold plus Silver go green.

With all that tough Fed talk... maybe.

Angry Chef
Mar 2, 2017 - 7:09pm

Great Post !!!

I really enjoyed the interview. It was fun to listen and to think that markets actually exist...ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.....great stuff. Really funny ! Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.....

The question then becomes.....

Are the markets more powerful than the controllers ? Or will the controllers release the " markets ", when they have stripped mined the long side of the ledger. And are now going to strip mine the short side of the ledger ?

Let the games begin !

Please pass the bread. I'm off to the circus.....

waxybilldupp
Mar 2, 2017 - 6:47pm

Oroville ...

Too bad they don't have a sluice nearby to run all the paydirt thru they are digging out of the Feather River bed. Bet they could pay for some to the repair bill coming due.

wax off

edit: BTW, anyone else having trouble with the site? The last couple days, it no longer jumps to the most recent comment. It goes to the current page, but then I have to scroll down to the first new comment. Kind of annoying. Happens with the Forum pages too.

Dr. P. Metals
Mar 2, 2017 - 6:46pm

Holter

Double

Dr. P. Metals
Mar 2, 2017 - 6:45pm

Holter

https://www.jsmineset.com/2017/03/02/115-million-ounces-not-even-close-t...

I say this because “game over” has arrived and the day is quite near when gold and silver will not be attainable at any fiat price. They will be bid with no offer. Ask yourself a couple of very simple questions. Could anyone enter an order to purchase 100 million ounces of silver and actually have it filled and real silver delivered? During a time of stress in the financial system, how many different individuals/corporations/money managers/countries have the ability to swing a $2 billion trade? 1,000? 10,000? More? Money is sloshing around a system with no foundation and stumbling like a drunk with a .3 blood alcohol level, all that is needed to completely wipe out and default these paper markets...

'my bold

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