Why the Market Went Down Last Week | Andrew Zatlin

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Andrew Z believes that the economy, especially the job market, is looking highly favorable. As a result, wage inflation is happening and therefore the Fed is more likely to raise rates than to leave them unchanged. Spending is going up and so are real wages for the first time in decades. Therefore, the market was overtaken by fears of higher rates and less spending. However, these fears might have been overblown. In any event, it’s not over yet. Volatility is the byword.

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JPMorgan Has the Biggest Silver Position in Modern History | SD Weekly Metals & Markets

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JPMorgan has more silver than anyone else in recent history. Their COMEX position is more than 133 million ounces, says James Anderson of SDBullion.

In this week’s SD Metals & Markets with Elijah Johnson, Eric Dubin, and James Anderson:

Is JPMorgan giant silver position used for price manipulation?
If silver is being manipulated, and the manipulation gets exposed, then be ready for vertical moves in silver.
Why own precious metals?
Why is the U.S. dollar falling when interest rates are rising?
Idaho says investors don’t have to pay state capital gains tax on gold and silver.

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Senate Candidate: Economic Implosion is Inevitable

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Libertarian Senate Candidate in California Derrick Michael Reid tells Silver Doctors “we’re looking at a redo of the Great Depression, but this time, a lot worse.”

Reid says the collapse will start in the bond market, then equity markets, then into economies. While the collapse is inevitable, he says it may not be imminent. The U.S. government is trying to keep the system afloat by manipulating the futures markets, but these efforts will only be efficacious for so long. “Their expert criminals,” he says. “They know what they’re doing.”

When the government deficit spends and inflates the currency, wealth is transferred from the private sector to the government and the financial elite. How can you preserve your wealth amid this confiscation? Reid says you must own physical assets.
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End of Bond Bubble Signals New Beginning for Gold | Rick Rule

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President of Sprott US Holdings tells Silver Doctors why he’s bearish on bonds and bullish on precious metals.

With the recent rise in the US 10-year Treasury yield, Rick Rule says the bond bull market could be at its end. A reversal in the bond market could be bad for most markets, including equities and real estate.

“For 40 years,” Rule explains, “the most important determinant in precious metals’ prices has been the strength – or at least the perception or strength – in the US Dollar, particularly the US Dollar as expressed by the interest rate on the US 10-year Treasury.” In other words, if the bond bull market is over, then the precious metal bull run is just beginning.

This year, Rule says he is more bullish on mining stocks than the physical metal.
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Fund Manager: Stocks Could Easily Drop 50%

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Never have we seen the Dow drop more than 1000 points, and now we’ve seen it happen twice in this week. But stocks are still extremely overvalued, Fund Manager David Kranzler tells Silver Doctors. “The stock market could get cut in half and it would still be overvalued.”

Volatility spiked this week. The VIX is the highest it’s been since 2011. The Dow is down 10 percent from it’s high, but will it drop further? Kranzler says he would not be surprised if stocks fell another 50 percent.

Also in this week’s SD Metals & Markets:
– Gold and silver are correcting as well. 
– The rising 10-year Treasury yield is bearish for the housing market.
– The new Fed Chairman will not change Fed policy.

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John Rubino–Of Popular Delusions and the Madness of Bitcoin

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It happened. Bitcoin, which only ever goes up, is near $7000, down over 60% from its high of nearly $20,000. If you’ve been listening to this show, there should be no surprise. It was inevitable. The DJIA lost 666 last Friday. Another inevitability, but predictions of this bull market’s death have been greatly exaggerated, for now.
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