Friday, February 20, 2015

The Fed Has Lost Control of the Bond Market!

In his most explosive. - The CEO of Sprott Asset Management, Eric Sprott, says, We're buying more bonds on a daily basis.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Expect Physical Gold Backing of Currencies Within Next Decade

During a time of currency volatility and returning strength in precious metals, Eric Sprott, Chairman of Sprott Inc. was kind enough to share a few comments.

Regarding currencies, Eric noted that “I’m kind of shocked that the most volatile sector of the financial market right now is the currencies… it really should be bonds or stocks, but it now seems to be currencies.”

Higher risks within global currency markets buttress, “An awesome outlook for gold,”Eric added. “Last year, 84% of the world’s population would have made money owning gold because of various currency moves—even though gold in US dollars was down approximately 1%.”

Commenting on the root cause of growing currency gyrations, Eric noted that, “The whole precept that printing money is goodthat somehow zero interest rates and negative interest rates are good, is totally fallaciousIt’s so unimaginable and yet somehow the investment public has bought into itThings are unstable hereSo I imagine probably in less than 10 years we will see physical assets backing currency. Of course, the most likely physical asset is gold.”

- Source, Sprott Global

Monday, February 2, 2015

Post-Referendum Gold Jitters, Black Friday Blues & the Smash in Gold

Listen to Eric Sprott share his views on the effects of the Swiss gold referendum on gold prices earlier in the week, the decrease in sales for this year's Black Friday sales, U.S. job numbers not reflecting the current economic status of the average individual, and the smash in gold prices today.

- Source, Sprott Money News