A2A with Simon Mikhailovich of Tocqueville Bullion Reserve

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Earlier today, we were able to visit with a new guest for our webinar series, Simon Mikhailovich of Tocqueville Bullion Reserve. Simon was full of terrific information and insights so I strongly encourage you to carve out some time to give this a listen.

Among the topics covered over the course of this 45-minute discussion:

  • What might be the global impact of President Trump's new tariff plan?
  • What lies ahead in 2018 for global interest rates and the US dollar?
  • Might global central banks move one day to officially revalue gold significantly higher?
  • How does the global gold supply/demand equation look at present?
  • And a whole lot more!

Again, there's a bunch information packed into this audio so please be sure to give it a thorough listen. Thanks again to Simon for spending time with us and we look forward to visiting with him again sometime soon.

TF

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lakedweller2
Mar 9, 2018 - 9:33am

Today

Wall Street showing their appreciation to Congress for de-regulating them again. They wish to thank the American people also for covering their criminality again for the upcoming bailouts, thefts and transfer of wealth.

They wish to acknowledge the high cost of buying a government, media and algo developers (who receive medical insurance) as well as the cost of rebuilding their off shore offices damaged by hurricanes. Since it is only at the expense of real jobs and infrastructure, they believe continuing to hold central banking as the priority is a worthwhile thing.

canary
Mar 9, 2018 - 9:31am

Maybe it's the COT

Silver's not been smashed on positive BLS news.

Mar 9, 2018 - 9:25am
AGAU
Mar 9, 2018 - 9:02am

Bitcoin shenanigans

wondering what AndyH is thinking now that it seems Bitcoin can be schlopped, battered and rogered just like the metals?

THe dirtbag bankers etc will always find a way to slither under the skin of any thing that can turn a profit , cryptos included, if they cannot figure a way to infect their target host, they will kill it off !!

NONE OF THE SO CALLED TERRORISTS CAN HOLD A CANDLE TO THE DAMAGE THESE CENTRAL BANKERS HAVE INFLICTED ON THE WORLD OVER THE LAST HUNDRED YEARS

Silvio's Zipper
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:59am

Thanks for the memory, Orange

I tried to get that video banned but I don't seem to have the same influence that I used to have.

lakedweller2
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:58am

Increase In Construction

I guess starting new houses in the Northeast after two once in a lifetime storms and a northeaster.

edit: All the businesses washed away hired new part time people.

Key Economic Events Week of 5/25

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5/29 8:30 ET Pers Inc and Cons Spend
5/29 8:30 ET Core Inflation
5/29 9:45 ET Chicago PMI

Mickey
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:58am

wierd jobs number

we know auto sales were down 2.3% in Feb, Housing down, and yesterday the restaurant survey came out lamenting another down month in traffic and jobs. autos are 19% of retail sales, restaurants 9%.

Goods trade deficit is up.

whats doing well?

watch GDP now revised back to 5%

lakedweller2
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:53am

Doc

I guess it is in the "too hard" category for our politicians to be "unbought".

Blackwatersailor
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:53am

Repeating History

This is a repeat of history. The new LBMA rules are an indication that the end of their power is in their sight. If you work under the cover of the dark. Others will eventually stop working with you. They can't see what your doing, trust (honesty) becomes scarce. When you work under the light where everyone sees your actions, everyone is reassured and works beside each other. This is a reinforcement for us all to purchase physical.

canary
Mar 9, 2018 - 8:51am

No inflation pressure

Average hourly earnings...Prior 0.3%........Expectation 0.2%........Actual 0.1%.

No pressure on Fed to rise rates 4 times this year.

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