Sam McElroy – Has the Market Turned?

from Financial Survival Network

Sam McElroy returns to the program… It’s beginning to look a lot like recession. Inverted yield curve, stock market declines, lower rates. What’s an investor to do? Sam says it’s time to reassess your risk tolerance and your goals. If you’re later in your career and can’t afford to take the hit, then maybe it’s time to reduce your holdings. Otherwise, younger investors can stay the course and perhaps realign their portfolios and take a more defensive posture. Either way, we are in very dangerous waters and you need to be proactive.

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Eric Hadik – Gold to Continue its Rise

from Financial Survival Network

Eric Hadik joined us for a review of the markets. No one is less surprised about gold’s recent rise than Eric. He’s been calling for higher gold prices for a while now. The surprise is the rally’s intensity in light of weak seasonal factors. Does this set the stage for a major 4th Quarter advance? Eric thinks yes. And this can can happen while the stock market and the dollar go higher.

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Joel Salomon – Nine Money Rules Millionaires Use

from Financial Survival Network

Joel Salomon has done it again. The hedge fund manager turned financial coach has just released his second book. It gives you a step by step plan for building and maintaining wealth. Joel is big proponent of focusing your investing on several concepts and watching them like a hawk. That way if the gains are huge you’ll be sure to reap the rewards. Diversification for diversification’s sake is not a roadmap to prosperity, it’s a way to achieve mediocre returns.

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Joe Mazumdar Provides Resource Sector Insights and Analysis

from Mining Stock Education

In this interview, Joe Mazumdar provides his commentary on the current state of the mining sector and where resource investors can find the best investment opportunities. Joe reveals a quality copper company he just invested in as well as what has been his two best performing stocks in this year. Also discussed are when and how much a company should drill their exploration and development projects. Joe provides insights on a couple mining jurisdictions and talks about how the trade war is affecting the resource sector.

Joe Mazumdar is co-editor and analyst at Exploration Insights. Joe has an extensive, multi-decade background in working for both mining companies and the financial institutions that cover and invest in mining equities. He possesses an excellent understanding of geology, the process of exploration and development, and what it takes to run and finance a mining company.

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Ben Kreuger – Become a Professional Podcaster (#61)

from Viral Podcasting

Ben Kreuger of CashflowPodcasting.com joined us and together we explored the evolution of a professional podcaster. Some people start out on a lark and find they have found their calling. Others start out with a distinct brand and business and realize that podcasting can help them to greatly leverage their business. It doesn’t really matter how you get there, but Ben believes that once you become an advocate for your audience, you’ve made the transition. Eventually, if you keep at it, eventually you’ll become a professional. And once you’re there, you’ve developed the skills to keep it going. It’s a process that unfolds over time. Are you ready to become a professional podcaster?

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Jim Welsh – The Golden Worm Has Turned

from Financial Survival Network

Jim Welsh believes we’re in the midst of an economic slow down, but he’s not ready to call it a recession. Global manufacturing has been slowing down for the past year, in large measure due to tariffs. But the service economy is another story. In the US, Europe and China this sector has been quite strong and resilient. Jim thinks we’re going to start seeing weakness in services soon, but we’ll have to see. The future is always uncertain!

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Barry Stuppler – Confessions of a Gold Bullion Dealer

from Financial Survival Network

Barry Stuppler has been selling bullion for decades. That’s why when he speaks, we listen. When he says that business is booming then we know something is a foot. As a survivor in a very tough environment for the past 8 years, Barry has never given up. Now that the market has so clearly turned, he’ll be one of the winners in the next round. Make sure you order his annual gold report.

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John Rubino – Was Epstein at the Right Place at the Right Time

from Financial Survival Network

John Rubino returns… Poor Jeffrey Epstein. While very few people are mourning his death, everyone is suspicious. His passing was extremely convenient for many of the world’s most wealthy and powerful individuals. Kind of like a Lee Harvey Oswald moment in history. 10 year treasury yields have fallen below 2 percent. It’s a neon sign flashing recession. And that could happen very quickly. But at least if you’re a borrower it’s great news. Investing is tricky business. It’s said the worst thing you can do is be right at the wrong time. And the past 8 years for precious metals was clearly the wrong time. But now, this time is different. Precious metals are taking off and there’s many reasons.

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Andy Schectman – Gold Bullion Sales Taking Off

from Financial Survival Network

There’s obviously something going on in the world economy that’s causing gold (and lately silver) to rapidly advance. Leading bullion dealer Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin has seen sales accelerate, but it’s the high net worth sophisticated investors who are buying the bulk of it. Joe Six Pack is as usual late joining the party. Andy believes it’s de-dollarization that’s been causing the run-up, but of course there are other factors at play. Euro-zone weakness, impending Brexit, Chinese Economic weakening and much more. But bullion sales are up and for a good reason.

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The Weekly Perspective with David Morgan – The Financial World Has Gone Nuts

from The Morgan Report

David Morgan‘s weekly perspective…

The Financial World Has Gone Nuts Every day brings new indications that the financial world is going from already nuts to even nuttier. According to Bloomberg, the total amount of bonds outstanding globally that are trading with a negative yield exceed for the first time $15 trillion. This includes government and corporate debt, and also some euro junk bonds that have joined the elite group. The Fed was dabbling in trying to stop this race that is now leading ever deeper into negative-yield absurdity, and had even tried to reverse it, and got shouted down. Today’s monetary system is based upon a lie. The lie is that you can get something for nothing, or perhaps more simply stated, wealth can be printed. History has shown throughout 5000 years that whenever a country has tried to maintain this illusion (lie), failure has been the result. You Can Continue To Grow Your Wealth Regardless Of The Changing Winds Of Politics, The Economy And The Financial Markets. Let me show you how…

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Charles Nenner – $2,500 Gold Coming Soon

from Financial Survival Network

When we last spoke with Dr. Charles Nenner, back in mid-June, he was calling for higher gold prices. Almost as if on cue, gold is up over $150 and there’s more to come, after the current short-term top. Interest rates have plunged and Charles believes that recession, or worse, is on its way. But somehow the world will survive, maybe with a new global economic system in place. News for stocks is bad, the dollar and treasuries will continue on their current economic path. Oil has a potential bottom of $36. Natgas could well drop below $2 after a slight bump up. It’s all in the hands of the cycles. Let’s see where the war cycle will take us next.

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Michael Stumo – Trump is Winning the Trade War

from Financial Survival Network

Michael Stumo joined us again… Trump was true to his word, he imposed a 10 percent tariff on the remaining $300 billion of Chinese imports. The stock market took an immediate hit and gold/silver shot significantly higher. This installment takes place on September 1, 2019, but Trump is promising to take the tariffs up to 25% shortly thereafter. Michael Stumo believes that the US is winning the trade war and that it’s in the process of decoupling from the Chinese Economy. There’s enough sources of low cost Asian goods to allow the strategy to work. However, whenever you go stirring up the world economy there’s always a risk of unintended consequences.

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Danielle Park – End of the Bull Market?

from Financial Survival Network

Danielle Park has been waiting for this moment. And it may well be here now. The end of the global stock bull market. Is it upon us? One day does not a trend make. However, this bull has been living on borrowed time and borrowed money for too long. Resource based economies have taken a hit and will continue too. That means Canada and Australia are in for hard time. As are the rest of the over indebted countries. The time of reckoning is quickly closing in.

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Hate Speech Algorithms Backfire, Turn Out to Be Racist




from Timcast

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Here’s Why Silver Could Still Outshine Gold This Year, Despite Weaker Fundamentals

Silver has been up more than 11 per cent for the year to US$17.22 per ounce — and could go as high as US$19

by Nicholas Sokic
Financial Post Business

While gold enjoys all the spotlight, its poor cousin silver has been riding on its coattails and enjoying the safe-haven rally.

Silver has been up more than 11 per cent for the year to US$17.22 per ounce, but is still in gold’s shadow (which is in the midst of a blistering near-18-per-cent jump year to date).

Philip Newman, a founding partner at Metals Focus, a U.K.-based metals consultancy, estimates that silver could hit US$19 by the end of the year and, with central banks easing monetary policy and the U.S. dollar strengthening, prices could go higher.

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Make America Meek Again: Senator Warren’s Disarming New Plan to Cut Gun Deaths




from Bill Whittle

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Iowa Cops Buy an Armored Vehicle with $300,000 in Asset Forfeiture Funds

It’s a nasty mix of police militarization and civil asset forfeiture.

by Billy Binion
Reason.com

On Wednesday, the Sheriff’s Office in Linn County, Iowa, announced the purchase of a BearCat G2 armored vehicle with $297,061 in funds obtained via civil asset forfeiture.

Although Iowa established limits on asset forfeiture, the practice is alive and well in the state. In 2017, the state legislature passed a law requiring a criminal conviction before property forfeiture, as police could previously seize assets based solely on suspicion. Oddly enough, the change only applies to possessions valued at less than $5,000, meaning more valuable belongings can still be taken by law enforcement without a conviction.

In 2018, Iowa’s Supreme Court reined in other parts of the practice, including requiring courts to verify that law enforcement legally confiscated property before considering a claim on those goods.

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A Night Out in Hollywood Turns Violent | Trump is Not That Bad




from Fleccas Talks

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Missing the Point of Gun Ownership

by Alicia Colon
American Thinker

If there were ever a survey asking gun owners why they buy guns, I’d wager the majority of them would say that it basically is for protection. The Second Amendment was not written for hunters but for the people’s self-protection, including protection from tyranny. The first thing smart dictators do is remove guns from registered owners.

While the media and the left pontificate about the evil of guns used in recent mass shootings, Senator Lindsey Graham told the blatant truth when asked about why he owned an AR-15. His comments were reported in an article by Hunter Lovell in the Washington Examiner:

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What Do the Birmingham Anti-LGBT Muslim Protesters Want?




from Sargon of Akkad

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Trump Administration Considering Issuance of 50, 100-Year Treasuries

from Zero Hedge

The last time the US was seriously considering issuing ultra-long dated bonds – those with a maturity of 50 and 100 years – was back in late 2016 and early 2017, when yields were near the record lows hit in recent days. As we reported back in November 2016, shortly after Steven Mnuchin was confirmed as US Treasury Secretary, the former Goldman banker proceeded to roil the bond market when he told CNBC he would look at extending the maturity of future Treasury issuance, hinting at 50 and 100 Year bonds, which promptly sent long-term US bond yields surging by the most since the turmoil following Trump’s election victory.

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President Trump Has Emergency Phone Call with Bank CEOs During Wednesday’s Market Meltdown




from WallStForMainSt

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Bar Tlaib Forever from Israel

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

“I’d like a visa, as a member of Congress, to come visit Israel.”

“You have taken positions aligned with the BDS movement as a politician. This, under our political system, are valid grounds to deny you a visa.”

“My grand-mum is ill; can I have a visa to come visit her?”

“Sure. However, be fairly warned — political activity of any sort on a visa issued for tourism or family matters is explicitly unlawful. This is not uncommon in the world; Mexico, and indeed, most nations, also forbids any political activity by persons who claim they are entering the nation for other-than-political reasons.”

“Never mind.”

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‘One Child Nation’ Exposes the Tragic Consequences of Chinese Population Control




from ReasonTV

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Appeals Court Sides with Trump Administration on Asylum Rule, Limits Injunction

by Adam Shaw
FOX News

A federal appeals court sided with the Trump administration on Friday in the legal battle over its efforts to limit asylum claims from Central America – blocking, for now, a nationwide injunction that blocked the implementation of the rule.

Last month a California federal judge blocked the rule that would require migrants to first apply in one of the countries they cross on their way to the U.S. – with certain exceptions. The rule is tailored to target Central Americans from the Northern Triangle of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras who would travel across multiple countries, including Mexico, before claiming asylum in the U.S.

But the San Francisco federal appeals court for the 9th Circuit on Friday ruled that the injunction imposed by the California federal judge can only apply in states within the court’s jurisdiction in the western U.S. The ruling says that the court failed to discuss why a nationwide injunction was necessary to remedy the harm alleged by those immigration advocacy groups named in the lawsuit.

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Hong Kong Retail is Hungry for Silver Over Gold Says Peter Hug




from Kitco NEWS

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Cash and Warrants Can Protect Your Portfolio

by E.B. Tucker
Casey Research

I don’t like the stock market right now.

That doesn’t mean all stocks, of course. There are standouts, like gold stocks and the world-class, “recession-proof” companies that I recommend to my readers.

But overall, this is not a time to be pouring money into the broad stock market.

Worse yet, many older Americans have their life savings riding on the stocks that lifted the market for the last decade. Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and other household names make up a large part of index funds owned by the American investing masses.

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Rashida Tlaib Accused of Trying to Provoke and Embarrass Israel by Israeli Minister




from Tim Pool

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