A Timely Discussion with Keith Neumeyer

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As you likely know, Keith Neumeyer is an industry leader as founder of both First Majestic Silver and First Mining Gold Corp. Thus, whenever we get the chance to speak with Keith, we jump at the opportunity as the insights he provides on gold and silver are always helpful and interesting.

This discussion primarily focuses upon two areas:

  1. The Comex silver market, the digital derivative price and the physical supply picture. Keith discusses the extreme levels of the gold:silver ratio as well as the earnings capabilities of silver miners, both primary and secondary. This leads to a discussion of First Majestic and their structure for success in the future.
  2. Exciting changes for the future at First Mining Gold Corp (formerly First Mining Finance). Keith explains why the name change is emblematic of the future path of the company and he provides details on some of the exciting mining prospects within the First Mining portfolio. More specific and detailed information can be found through this link: https://www.wealthresearchgroup.com/gold2000/

Thanks again to Keith for taking the time to bring us all up-to-speed with these updates. Please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen and, as always, do plenty of your own due diligence before making any investment decisions.

TF

  56 Comments

infometron
Apr 28, 2018 - 10:16am

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late

SilveryBlue
Apr 28, 2018 - 10:27am

3

just because

SilveryBlue
Apr 28, 2018 - 10:27am

4

For Charlie

lakedweller2
Apr 28, 2018 - 10:48am

1

1

Early

NW VIEW
Apr 28, 2018 - 11:22am

Saturday Morning Boomer View+

A quiet morning so I will throw out a NW View.

The party spirit is alive and well. Nothing changes. I have been watching the POTUS winners from the days of Eisenhower. Those were the days that we knew little of the inner workings of corrupted governments. We were never really involved in the political world. We did not vote for Mr. Obama or Mr. Trump. However, we did have out belief system and knew that God raised up or lowered whoever He wished. (Yes simple view, a backed by the scriptures). So, we do not get lathered up of the elections nor the winners.

I viewed Mr. Obama as one to bring judgment upon America for our departure from our roots, obtaining what we deserved. Then Mr. Trump came along, viewing him as a new era player, like one sliding a curling stone into the proper positions to knock the enemies out of their secure positions. He has given many silent ones some hope for a future. It is quite amazing as to his effect in North Korea. Blessed are the "peace makers". It is a good day to be thankful and we are. He appears to be the right man for the job, a curling expert, lining up future stones to bring a measure of peace where there has been no peace.

We will watch the next election, from the sidelines, and look for the good and the bad and the plans set before out nation with great hope. jmo Jim (Time to go to our coffee shop and morning walk, we are thankful today)

indiana rod
Apr 28, 2018 - 1:41pm

NW VIEW

I completely agree with your comment. However I did vote for Trump and proudly did not vote for Obama.

I have asked the question several times, "name me one good thing Obama did for America." I have yet to receive an answer.

When Obama was first elected he said, 'there should not be only one Super power in the world,' and he set out to make it happen.

He did two things to make America poor; Climate Control and Obamacare.

Eight years of regulations stifled business. Regulate a farm pond? 10 years of paper work to build a bridge? Put the coal miners out of business. Place millions of acres off limits for oil drilling. For the first time more businesses were dissolved than formed. He was the first President to never have a year of 3% GDP growth.

The average family pays $7,900.00 a year for health care insurance. 62% already couldn't lay their hands on $500.00, no wonder they voted for Trump.

Was it Franklin Graham that said God really blessed America by giving us Donald Trump. My son and many others didn't like Trump personally but voted for him. We weren't voting for a Pastor. We were voting for some one that would save the country from going all the way down the tube. (And saving us from Hillary. She would have finished the job of destroying the country.)

Katie Rose
Apr 28, 2018 - 1:44pm

Nehemiah Gordon

There is a Jewish man named Nehemiah Gordon who is the go to man on the most ancient Hebrew translations.

I discovered his website: www.nehemiahswall.com and wanted to share with you one of his short clips. It is about three men who put YHVH's name on their shutters/ boards during Hurricane Irma.

Here is the clip. It is well worth listening to:

https://www.nehemiaswall.com/yehovah-hurricane-irma

I don't want to spoil it for you, but none of the homes were damaged in any way.

I might add that I feel OK posting this here, as today is the Sabbath.

AngryCitizen
Apr 28, 2018 - 4:29pm
Markedtofuture
Apr 28, 2018 - 5:02pm

Is There an Asian Debt Crisis on the Horizon?

Posted Apr 28, 2018 by Martin Armstrong

China is on its way to reaching the title of the Financial Capital of the World post-2032. However, that is also NOT going to be accomplished all on its own. In part, this is the moving trend and the shift our computer has been forecasting also because the West is in a Sovereign Debt Crisis and by raising taxes and imposing stiff regulations to try to keep the game going, GDP in the West will decline.

Nevertheless, China has some adjustment it must go through before it reaches that goal. It will surpass the EU, but the EU is hard at work of just trying to protect the jobs of bureaucrats rather than to actually make Europe a better place to live. Right now, China’s Debt to GDP stands at 250% mainly because to stimulate their economy, they actually lent money to people. The Western government bought their own bonds back to the “indirectly stimulate” the economy which never made it to the people. This is why Europe is still in deep trouble. The US took the bad loans from the banks and stuffed them in Freddie & Fannie. The EU left the bad loans on the books of the banks because it was seen as a bailout for Southern Europe. Now we have a banking crisis in Europe that never ends.

China’s debt problem is quite different. On the back of a boom in property prices, household borrowing has been climbing for the past 10 years straight. We are now approaching the correction point in this trend. The borrowing had expanded at a pace that exceeded the biggest speculative booms in the West. Now, some $6.7 trillion in personal debt also exists and this is now 50% of GDP. Private debt is now approaching crimping consumer spending power and therefore lies the recession ahead.

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/china/china-is-the...

08Gold-Wing
Apr 28, 2018 - 5:26pm

1 good thing Obama did

He got a lot of people to get off their asses and say NO WAY for Hillary, by voting for Donald Trump. Other than that, not a damn thing!!!

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