Oil: The Great Rebalancing
Never mind the recent oil selloff – the global market is finally swinging back into balance. Credit Suisse estimates that global demand will start to outstrip supply this summer, but the bank’s analysts note that may take up to a year to work through oil inventories, which are still very large despite the recent drops.
Jay Taylor: Turning Hard Times Into Good Times
Learning to Spot Crooks in a Dishonest World
Richard Maybury, Daniel McAdams and Michael Oliver are Jay's guest for this broadcast. Ben Franklin said "A penny saved is a penny earned." But as America and the entire world left the gold standard for the first time in history, it fostered a culture of theft and dishonesty like never before. More than ever people struggle to know right from wrong. How do you know if your investment advisor is honest? How do you know if you are hiring an honest employee or signing a lease with an honest tenant or landlord? Richard will tell of a system he created to help spot dishonest behavior and deal with it to save a penny or two. Another way to deal with dishonesty is by trading dishonest fiat money for honest money (gold & silver) as well as companies that mine honest money. Michael will update us on his technical readings for gold and other important markets most notable of which is now the T-Bond market. Daniel McAdams talks about some of the possible scenarios behind the coup in Turkey and describes some of the current conditions and groups of people being targeted.
Red-Hot Rally In Gold and Silver Cools Streaming Deal Bonanza
Soaring gold and silver prices have clipped a deal-making spree for metals streaming companies – the mining financiers that provided a lifeline to the cash-strapped industry in recent years
Rare Earth Metals Pay the Price of Previous Excess
For every action there is a reaction and never more so than when it comes to industrial commodity supply chains. The year 2011 marked the peak of the rare earths bubble. It was a bubble made exclusively in China, the world's dominant producer across the full spectrum of rare earths metals.
The Copper Glut
Credit Suisse’s Global Markets team expects demand for copper to grow 2.5 percent a year over the next four years, which is in line with the long-term trend.
As the prices of precious metals escalate, the accuracy of weight and purity of silver bars and coins can make a difference, says Patrick Heller, Liberty Coin Service. Read more...
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