Silver Investing Videos
Gold & Silver: the Bear Case
In this clip, Keith Weiner and I go over the 5 bear cases for gold & silver. The full conversation took place on March 2, and can be viewed here: https://resourcetalks.com/gold/keith-weiner-on-manipulation-4-bear-cases-for-gold-silver/ Keith Weiner tells me that there aren't many bear cases for gold & silver, but he is worried what would happen to the metals, if the FED actually goes through with its rate hikes, though Weiner believes that's nearly impossible. Timestamps: 00:00 Bear case #1: Deflation 06:40 Bear case #2: Sentiment breaking down 11:15 Bear case #3: Bitcoin eating gold's lunch 16:40 Bear case #4: Holders tired of holding 23:15 Bear case #5: Wage earners under pressure None of what you hear nor read on this website is intended to be financial advice. All conversations are general and impersonal in nature. They won't take any individual's personal circumstances in mind. Do your own research. We may own shares in the companies mentioned in this video, which makes us biased. Don’t listen to us. Don’t let this impact your thinking. You’re better than listening to talking heads on a random website. Before continuing with this video, you must read and understand the full disclosure.
Silver Manipulation is NOT What You Think it is
In this clip, Keith Weiner, founder of Monetary Metals, and I talk about the manipulation of silver. According to Keith, silver price manipulation doesn't exist to the extent where it would prevent silver from already being above $100/oz. He explains that more in-depth, in his article "Thoughtful Disagreement with Ted Butler", linked here: https://monetary-metals.com/thoughtful-disagreement-with-ted-butler/ During the full interview, Keith Weiner and I talked about the what's wrong with our monetary system, the manipulation of gold & silver, bear cases for gold & silver, and some other topics. The full interview: https://resourcetalks.com/gold/keith-weiner-on-manipulation-4-bear-cases-for-gold-silver/ TLDR: - Keith does not believe manipulation is what keeps the gold & silver prices suppressed. - Weiner does not think it’s possible for the FED to raise interest rates six times this year. - The founder of Monetary Metals believes that gold is the solution to the current monetary crisis. - We don’t need a supply deficit for silver prices to go up, Keith told me. - What makes gold & silver different from platinum & palladium is that there is not glut. The market quickly absorbs whatever comes out of the mines, without crashing the price. - The 4 main bear cases for gold & silver are: - Rising interest rates, less monetary inflation, pockets of deflation - Broad stock market crash - Decreasing interest in physical metals, because of digital assets - Dying off sentiment, because of people tired of holding metals without them moving None of what you hear nor read on this website is intended to be financial advice. All conversations are general and impersonal in nature. They won't take any individual's personal circumstances in mind. Do your own research. We may own shares in the companies mentioned in this video, which makes us biased. Don’t listen to us. Don’t let this impact your thinking. You’re better than listening to talking heads on a random website. Before continuing with this video, you must read and understand the full disclosure. Timestamps: 00:00 How banks "manipulate" silver 02:30 Why banks don't manipulate silver 08:00 The business of banks 12:00 Closing thoughts
Gold & Silver Still Worth Holding?
On February 23, I asked David Morgan what he would invest in, if he was 26 years old and was looking to make money off this crisis, because often times precious metals gurus would tell me that I need to "preserve my wealth". However, I don't have much wealth to begin with, so instead of preserving it, I was wondering how I could improve my chances at building it instead. Full interview (free): https://resourcetalks.com/gold/david-morgan-on-russia-gold-the-fed-and-how-to-invest-during-a-great-reset/ David told me that when the gold rush really starts, any stock with 'gold' in its name will fly really high. However, because David expects the future to be an inflationary depression, I asked him whether he isn't concerned about gold producers being hurt by inflation, too. He told me that's not necessarily going to be the case, and added that "the stock market moves on psychology, and not on logic". The only time you want to have gold in your portfolio, David tells me, is a very specific and often negative situation, like the current war between Ukraine & Russia. When I asked him how to diversify my precious metals portfolio, David told me that it's okay to speculate a little, as long as the bulk of my portfolio is in precious metals. A few days ago, I spoke to Alasdair Macleod, who told me the story of Hugo Stinnes, who quickly became one of Germany's richest men, during the hyperinflation of the 1920's, by purchasing businesses that had their costs in mark, but earned in dollars. That got me thinking whether it could be a good idea to invest in dividend-paying companies that are in a comparable situation as the ones Hugo invested in back in the day. David tells me that my thinking is correct, but picking the right companies won't be easy. For your own good, understand that this is a private discussion between two people who have nothing to do with you, and have a very different risk appetite, which is very likely to be much higher than yours. This conversation is general and impersonal in nature and will not take any specific person’s situation in mind. Neither me nor the guest are engaged in the business of providing financial nor investment advice. If I were to be engaged in it, I’ll probably go broke, because I am the furthest thing from a financial advisor you’ll ever meet, as I just recently started investing, I live with my parents, and continually lose money in the stock market. Following me in any shape or form will likely result in you losing money as well. Please only take decisions on your own, after completing your own research and building your own conviction. I’m not saying this to cover my ass. I sincerely think you shouldn’t listen to talking heads on the internet, as the majority of us have no idea what we’re talking about. Especially me. TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Intro 00:40 Should I buy dividend stocks? 05:40 How should I diversify my precious metals portfolio? 07:30 Will gold & silver producers get hit by inflation? 09:50 How to pick the right stocks to buy? 11:15 Closing thoughts
Silver Chartist: Don't Buy Silver Now
Steve Penny, a.k.a Silver Chartist on Twitter and I had a sit-down on January 31, and we talked about gold and silver, and what could happen to them going into an interesting 2022, how to recognise a bottom in precious metals, and we even had a look at Steve’s gold and silver charts and ratios. Steve Penny is a commercial airline pilot, father, husband and a newsletter writer. His newsletter gives an over-the-shoulder look into his personal mining portfolio, which is currently mainly focused on silver, uranium, platinum, and gold. I personally am subscribed to Silver Chartist and I think it's worth multiple time more than an avocado toast. If you decide to join this nine-dollar service through the link below, I will receive a commission which equals 50% of the sales. https://bit.ly/34rYMs5 Full interview: https://resourcetalks.com/gold/silver-chartist-on-platinum-uranium-and-silver-in-2022/ TLDW: Should I buy silver now or wait for a crash? - According to Silver Chartist, we may be entering an important period in which gold and silver will start going up, as the FED is backed into a corner and has to take a decision: more inflation or deflation. - Silver Chartist doesn't think deflation is possible in this system. - Silver Chartist remains bullish on the precious metals (gold, silver, and platinum) and he thinks that if one can afford to hold their position for the next five years, they will likely be okay. - Silver Chartist thinks gold and silver keep dropping because of inflation. As weird as that may sound, inflation was bearish for the precious metals this time around because everybody expected the FED to raise interest rates (because they were very low, and thus easier to raise), which would've maybe resulted in positive real interest rates. Now that that's not happening, gold & silver are actually responding accordingly to inflation data, and were up on the data of +7% CPI. - Silver Chartist thinks a 1:1 Dow:Gold ratio is possible, at 15,000 Dow, therefore a $15,000/oz gold price. Please read this, it's for your own good. I actually mean it. Although I greatly appreciate your presence here, you shouldn't appreciate mine and you shouldn't put any importance on what I have to say, what I do nor what I think. I'm an inexperienced 26-year-old who has a high risk appetite who has lost a lot of money and is still learning how to stop. So, please seek professional investment advice and don't take actions on anything said in this video. Before continuing, you must read and understand the full disclaimer which is displayed at the beginning of this video. I, and/or the guest, Steve Penny, might own or have interest in some and/or all of the companies mentioned herein and claim that this video is not meant to manipulate the share prices of those companies. Please consider both of us biased and don't put any importance on our opinions. TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Important warning 01:00 What happens to gold & silver during a stock market crash? 04:00 Why do gold & silver keep dropping? 07:15 When will gold & silver bottom? 09:30 Gold & silver ratios that work 12:00 How to follow sentiment with silver premiums 16:30 Gold & silver technical analysis 19:30 1:1 Gold:Dow ratio? What would that look like? 22:00 Closing thoughts Thank you for reading the description, I didn't know people read this.
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