Sunday, September 15, 2019

The Case for Gold, Commodities, and Natural Resource Investing

In this conversation between two resource industry thought leaders, Marin Katusa from Casey Research interviews Rick Rule, founder of Sprott Global Companies. Fast-paced and focused, the discussion cuts through a range of resources and commodities, investment styles, and global resource capitals - a must-watch for anyone with resources in their portfolio.

Monday, September 9, 2019

Ask the Expert: David Rosenberg

David Rosenberg is Chief Economist and Strategist for Gluskin Sheff in Toronto. In this episode, David answers questions regarding negative interest rates, central bank policy and the outlook for the dollar and gold.

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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

The Failing Economy and Growing Physical Gold Demand

Eric Sprott returns this week to discuss negative interest rates, the failing global economy and growing demand for physical gold and silver.

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Friday, August 30, 2019

Precious Metals, Mining Shares and Strategies for the Remainder of 2019

Rick Rule of Sprott USA joins us this week to discuss the precious metals, the mining shares and his investment strategies for the remainder of 2019 and beyond.

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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Rick Rule: I See Gold Moving This Year, Uranium Next Year

"I like the uranium business. But I'm more focused on gold right now because I see gold moving this year and uranium moving next year," says Sprott's Rick Rule in this interview.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Eric Sprott: The Latest Developments in the Mining Sector

Eric Sprott discusses current events affecting the precious metals market and he also reviews some of the latest developments in the mining sector.

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Thursday, August 8, 2019

Sprott Money News: The Ongoing Rally in Precious Metals

Eric Sprott discusses the ongoing rally in precious metals and looks ahead to next week's FOMC meeting.

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Thursday, August 1, 2019

Sprott Money News Ask The Expert: Chris Martenson

Chris Martenson is co-founder of In this podcast he addresses issues such as physical gold storage, the slowing global economy and steps to be taken ahead of the next financial crisis.

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Saturday, July 27, 2019

Eric Sprott: The Global Events Currently Affecting Gold and Silver

Eric Sprott discusses the events of the past week and how they will affect gold and silver prices in the weeks to come.

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Sprott Money News Ask The Expert: Danielle DiMartino Booth

Danielle DiMartino Booth is a former advisor to The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In this episode of "Ask The Expert", she answers questions about the U.S. dollar, the U.S. economy and the recent shift in Federal Reserve policy.

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Friday, July 19, 2019

Eric Sprott: The Renewed Precious Metals Bull Market

Eric Sprott discusses the renewed and surging bull market in the precious metals as well as the intriguing profit potential offered by the mining shares.

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Tuesday, July 9, 2019

The US Dollar Relies on Faith, Gold Does Not

"I think that’s very important. The U.S. dollar is a promise to pay. It supposes that people will continue to accept it. Almost every fiat currency in history has always retreated to its intrinsic value, which is, of course, zero. If, as an example, rather than having U.S. dollars in your jeans, you had Venezuelan bolivars, you would understand the promise for what it was. Something that could be broken.

Gold is very different. It doesn’t rely on faith. Gold isn’t a promise to pay. It is, in and of itself, payment. It is an asset that isn’t simultaneously somebody else’s liability. And I think that’s very, very important. I don’t think, as an example, that you’re seeing the Chinese government, the Chinese Central Bank, buying gold because they like the chart. I think that you’re seeing them buy gold because they’re afraid that the U.S. government will use U.S. financial markets and U.S. dollars as a weapon in foreign exchange transactions.

And so the Chinese are looking—and I just point out the Chinese, others are looking the same way—to a medium of exchange that isn’t under anybody’s control and isn’t a promise to pay, but rather constitutes payment in and of itself.

It’s interesting to note, Maurice, that over the last couple of days in the news, you will see that Venezuela exported seven tons of gold to Uganda, and then apparently onto either Dubai or Turkey. A pariah state that can’t necessarily trade in U.S. 10-year Treasuries can trade, can buy and sell gold. But even more interestingly, apparently those gold bars date from the 1940s, and they were payment from the United States to Venezuela for oil that was sold in World War II, when the Venezuelans had some doubt as to the outcome of the war, and weren’t willing to take U.S. dollars for their oil. They were willing to take gold.

So even a creditor as strong as the United States has periods of time, has circumstances, where their promise, which is what their currency is, isn’t acceptable. But there hasn’t been a time in recorded history when gold wasn’t acceptable."

- Source, Rick Rule of Sprott Global