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Investor extraordinaire Eric Sprott and Dr. Larry Parks are this week’s special guests. Dr. Parks leads off with a discussion on the U.S. Constitutional framework for gold and silver as money. He discusses how the use of fiat money to replace gold and silver has led to massive financial problems but more importantly to social injustice and untold riches for the banks, who now control our political and economic system. His focus is on how our present fiat monetary system operates to destroy savings, pensions and jobs and what to do about it.
Eric Sprott provides evidence that our financial system is bankrupt and that gold and silver values are heading for the moon relative to increasingly worthless paper money. Eric is even more bullish on silver than gold although he is unwavering in his view that gold prices will rise dramatically in the years to come. He agrees with Dr.
Parks in noting that only a relative few investors have yet purchased gold and silver. As such the bull market in the Precious Metals is still quite young.
By Walter Brandimarte
(Reuters) – Commodities have lost their luster for leading investment strategists on fears that global economic growth, particularly Chinese demand, may be lower than previously expected.
Instead, they are recommending investing in large-cap U.S. companies whose earnings have historically varied less through economic cycles. That includes defensive areas such as household products and utilities but also some technology and industrial companies.
Investors became more cautious about commodities after last week’s vicious unwind of oil, copper and precious metals — which some dubbed a mini “flash crash” similar to the one seen in U.S.
equity markets a year earlier.
Even as strategists recommend steering away from commodities, they agree that the long-term outlook is positive. But over the near term they do not rule out another downleg in prices — especially if China, the world’s largest consumer of raw materials, continues to tighten monetary policy.
“Chinese policy makers made it very clear that there is ‘no absolute limit’ to what they will do to control inflation, which raised concerns around the impact of their actions on demand growth” for commodities, Jan Loeys, head of asset allocation at JPMorgan, wrote in a research note this week.
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