Jeffrey Christian joins us for the show this week. We take a deep dive into why gold is going to reach record high prices, and a whole lot more…
Strong sell-off in both Silver and Gold to close this week.
The spot silver price appears to be ending today around $15.25 oz, a roughly 75¢ cut in price since last week’s Metals and Markets podcast (when covered the latest US Mint Silver Eagle Coin sellout).
You see back in early 2010 at a CFTC hearing, this week’s guest’s 100 to 1 precious metal physical vs derivative leverage points in the discussion… essentially went viral in the then precious metal community (see moment @5:38 specifically, RIP Adrian Douglas).
In my now more than a decade long experience in this bullion industry. Jeff Christian, his research firm CPM Group, and the fundamental data-driven approach they often take has made many of their financial and precious metals market calls often accurate but also over many years of time.
Here we speak to Mr. Jeffrey Christian about Gold, Silver, and Palladium. As well we touch on prudent bullion allocation percentages, stacking bullion to never sell and or partially speculating with some precious metals.
Jeffrey Christian today on March 1, 2019… also tells us why new record high prices for gold 2020s are coming.
He also explains how the cliché 5 to 10% gold allocation mantra may be heavily outdated.
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About the Interviewer
Journalist Elijah Johnson, Co-Host of SD Weekly Metals & Markets, vaulted onto the economic scene after launching his “Finance and Liberty” YouTube Channel, to which he’s been called “the 16 year-old smarter than Ben Bernanke”. As one of the youngest sound money advocates around, with a eye on the national debt, the US dollar, and the gold & silver markets, Elijah is on a mission to warn and educate his generation about the risks of the current financial system, and what people can do to protect themselves.
About the Interviewer
James Anderson has a BA in finance from Loyola University New Orleans. He has both worked and invested in the physical investment grade bullion markets prior to the 2008 global financial crisis.