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Palisades Gold Radio is the largest online discussion platform for junior mining globally. Each week, host Collin Kettell interviews top experts in the energy and mining space to discuss macro trends and identify strong investment ideas. With over 1,000,000 views in just three years and videos viewed from over 150 countries around the world, Palisades Gold Radio is the best place for top quality mining content. Guests have included Robert Kiyosaki, Don Coxe, Rick Rule, Eric Sprott, Doug Casey, Frank Holmes, Marc Faber, Jim Rogers, and much more. Visit us at www.palisadesradio.ca

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Palisades Gold Radio is the largest online discussion platform for junior mining globally. Each week, host Collin Kettell interviews top experts in the energy and mining space to discuss macro trends and identify strong investment ideas. With over 1,000,000 views in just three years and videos viewed from over 150 countries around the world, Palisades Gold Radio is the best place for top quality mining content. Guests have included Robert Kiyosaki, Don Coxe, Rick Rule, Eric Sprott, Doug Casey, Frank Holmes, Marc Faber, Jim Rogers, and much more. Visit us at www.palisadesradio.ca

    Jay Martin: Protecting From The Trajectory of Chaos and Uncertainty

    Jay Martin: Protecting From The Trajectory of Chaos and Uncertainty

    Tom welcomes Jay Martin, President & CEO of Cambridge House International and Host of the Jay Martin Show, to the program.







    Jay discussed the risks associated with becoming overly attached to an asset, emphasizing the need to understand that an asset won't love you back and that you will eventually be proven wrong. He acknowledged the importance of having physical gold for personal sovereignty and to help one sleep at night.







    Gold is being sought after by both individual investors and major corporations and central banks, which speaks to the desire for independence and autonomy. Companies with strong resource equity returns are those with the right people involved, but the risk remains. Jay then pointed to the Canadian Federal and Provincial governments, where Trudeau has made headlines for the wrong reasons, and the energy situation in Europe, which is full of distrust and has yet to be resolved.







    Finally, Jay shared his beliefs that we are overdue for a secular commodity run, though he remains concerned about near-term pain. Ultimately, he suggests that gold is a reliable asset to have in one's portfolio to maintain personal sovereignty and have peace of mind.







    Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:53 - Questioning Narratives3:30 - Emotion & Taking Profits4:34 - Physicals Importance7:57 - Loan From Yourself11:03 - Macro Risks & Holdings13:08 - Resource Equities16:07 - Thinking Clearly17:20 - Canadian Problems22:04 - Projection & Narratives27:12 - Energy Crisis & Europe35:29 - Nuclear Bets38:41 - Commodity Supercycle42:30 - Inflation & Hard Assets50:01 - The Sovereign Mindset53:32 - Risk Tolerance?56:53 - Good Habits59:36 - Wrap Up







    Talking Points From This Week's Episode







    * Importance of staying detached from investments and keeping sentiment in check.* Having physical gold as a method of improving your personal sovereignty.* Energy outlook for Europe and the coming resource supercycle.







    Guest links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/JayMartinBC/Conference: https://cambridgehouse.com/vancouver-resource-investment-conferenceWebsite: https://cambridgehouse.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheJayMartinShow







    Jay Martin is the President & CEO of Cambridge House International Inc.







    His ideal day begins with a hard workout followed by dark coffee and a couple of hours to read anything related to futurism and geopolitics.







    Since 2011 he has expanded Cambridge House from Canada's leading junior mining conferences to become Canada's most recognizable brand in public venture capital. Today, Cambridge House produces the largest investment conferences in the country in both technology and natural resources and hosts the largest video library of investment content in Canada.







    Jay sits on the board of the Entrepreneur Organization, a global business community of over 12,000 leading entrepreneurs in 53 countries worldwide.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Twitter Spaces – Part 2: Fed Policy, Custodial Risk, Metals Physical Vs. Digital

    Twitter Spaces – Part 2: Fed Policy, Custodial Risk, Metals Physical Vs. Digital

    This is an edited version of our Twitter Space that took place on December 1st, 2022.







    Note: In Part One of this Twitter Space, Tom Luongo discussed the Geopolitical situation with the Fed, Davos, and Europe.







    David discusses the high-premiums and low mintages that we have been having on silver coins, particularly Eagles. Premiums on metals have been overly ratcheted up by bullion dealers. He also expresses concerns about the stability of Tether.







    Jim discusses the controversy over the FTX CEO and questions why the American Justice System hasn't put him in handcuffs. He seems to be protected. Bob notes that he is currently in the Bahamas, where it's more difficult to extradite him.







    O'Hare vigorously argues the metals are an inflation hedge when viewed over longer time frames. He sees silver as both monetary and industrial uses. All these entities and banks are struggling globally, there is a lot of stress in the system. He is starting to see increasing interest from larger players in the metal space and he gives some advice for investing in resource equities.







    The Silver Institute estimates a supply deficit of 200 million ounces in silver for 2022. A lot of smelting and refining has gone offline in Europe due to energy costs.







    Bob Coleman - Idaho Armored VaultTwitter: https://twitter.com/profitsplusidWebsite: https://www.goldsilvervault.com/







    David Morgan - Morgan ReportWebsite: https://silver-investor.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/silverguru22







    Jim Hunter - Registered Commodity Broker with AllendaleTwitter: https://twitter.com/JimSuncomm1Website: https://allendale-inc.com







    O'HareTwitter: https://twitter.com/OHare888







    Tom Luongo - Host of the Gold, Goats'N Guns PodcastWebsite: https://tomluongo.meYouTube: https://bit.ly/2cWrwJ8Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFL1728Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GoldGoatsNGuns

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Palisades Twitter Spaces: Part 1 – Geopolitics & Europe, Fed Policy, Custodial Risk, Metals Physical Vs. Digital

    Palisades Twitter Spaces: Part 1 – Geopolitics & Europe, Fed Policy, Custodial Risk, Metals Physical Vs. Digital

    In Part One of this Twitter Space, we are joined by Tom Luongo and Bob Coleman. Tom discusses the political situation in Ukraine and expresses concerns about the FTX crypto exchange debacle. It appears those in charge want it to just go away. Tom notes the financial system today is all largely built on Ponzi schemes. It's all a giant con-fidence game. Powell is trying to reduce dollar liquidity to soak up overseas dollar that are returning.







    Bob discusses the precious metals markets and gives some actionable advice for those looking to avoid overpaying for metals.







    In Part 2, due out soon, David Morgan, Jim Hunter, and O'hare join us to discuss the latest happenings in precious metals markets.







    Tom Luongo - Host of the Gold, Goats'N Guns PodcastWebsite: https://tomluongo.meYouTube: https://bit.ly/2cWrwJ8Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFL1728Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GoldGoatsNGuns







    Bob Coleman - Idaho Armored VaultTwitter: https://twitter.com/profitsplusidWebsite: https://www.goldsilvervault.com/







    David Morgan - Morgan ReportWebsite: https://silver-investor.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/silverguru22







    Jim Hunter - Registered Commodity Broker with AllendaleTwitter: https://twitter.com/JimSuncomm1Website: https://allendale-inc.com

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Harley Bassman: The Middle Class is Going to be Crushed by Inflation

    Harley Bassman: The Middle Class is Going to be Crushed by Inflation

    Tom welcomes Harley Bassman to the show. Harvey is Managing Partner at Simplify Asset Management and Creator of the Move Indicator.







    He explains the concept of convexity, which is simply a non-linear return. You have a bet where up or down moves are equally weighted for returns. Markets are a lot about character but hubris and ego are what get you on the front page of the New York Times. It's important to understand your own biases and trade accordingly.







    The Move indicator tracks the volatility of bonds, and he argues the Fed can't raise rates too quickly. The Fed tends to respond around the 150 level. When the yield curve inverts, you're going to get a recession in 12 to 18 months. We are currently deep into a yield curve inversion unlike any seen in the last 30 years. By Q2, we will likely be in recession.







    He discusses why the Fed will continue to squeeze until something significant breaks. The middle class will be hit hard by inflation. What happens in the investment universe if inflation falls to four and stays at that level.







    Demographics are important for determining where things will inevitably lead. Millennials will want to buy homes, but we've seen massive increases in housing prices. He feels housing prices have about 15 percent to come down, but doesn't foresee a crash.







    Likewise, he doesn't find gold to be an investment, but more of an alternative currency. There isn't a lot of it, and they aren't making much more of it, so it fulfills an important function. It's a disaster insurance policy.







    Lastly, he discusses the correlation between stocks and bonds and how that is changing.







    Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:40 - Convexity Concept2:50 - Actionable Advice5:10 - Move Index & Recession14:27 - Powell's Tough Job16:32 - Inflation Outlook22:02 - Declining Demographics29:53 - Japan & Population32:30 - Labor & Immigration36:18 - Housing Markets40:20 - Mortgage Backed Securities43:39 - MBS Vs. REITs48:36 - Fed & Soft Landing?51:40 - Thoughts on Gold53:45 - Concluding Thoughts







    Talking Points From This Episode







    * The concept of convexity and how the Move index (indicator) measures bond volatility.* Demographic problems and why the middle class will be hardest hit by inflation.* Why MBS may be a good investment in this environment.







    Guest Links:Website: https://www.convexitymaven.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConvexityMavenWebsite: https://www.simplify.us/







    Harley Bassman created, marketed and traded a wide variety of derivative and structured products during his twenty-six year career at Merrill Lynch. In 1985, he created the OPOSSMS mortgage options product that facilitated risk transmission between MBS originators and financial institutions. In 1988, he assumed responsibility for trading and marketing IO/PO and other levered prepayment securities. Soon after this, he started purchasing RTC auctioned MBS Servicing rights and repackaged them for the securities market as BIGS – Beneficial Interests in GNMA Servicing. Later, he started a GNMA servicing conduit, becoming one of the Top 20 originators in 1992. As managing and hedging prepayment risk became a priority focus for the financial markets, Mr. Bassman created PRESERV, Merrill’s trademarked Prepayment Cap product. Merrill was a leader in this product category, writing protection that covered the risk on tens of billions of notional mortgage servicing rights. Later, Mr. Bassman managed Merrill’s initial venture into off-balance sheet mortgage trading.







    In 1994, Mr.

    • 56 min
    London Paul: Part 2 – Gold & Silver Protects Against All Possible Outcomes

    London Paul: Part 2 – Gold & Silver Protects Against All Possible Outcomes

    In this two-part presentation, Tom welcomes back Paul from The Sirius Report to finish a discussion on the rapidly evolving multipolar world.







    Paul discusses what a BRICS Currency system will look like and why it's likely to be backed by commodities and likely gold. The ideas behind BRICS are continuing to evolve as more nations join across the world. Soon we could have upwards of thirty countries involved, and they will have to figure out how to weight the system. This is a reality and no longer some sort of fictional idea. It's now maturing into a proper system with good organization. They are also being cautious and considering the risks of moving too fast.







    The West is going to have to radically re-assess every part of the economy, governance and adapt to a much better system. The U.S. believes it can bring it's industrial base back, but they can't afford the salaries. Then they will be unable to compete and can only serve the market internally. They will need commodities from the rest of the world.







    The U.S. is dependent on the rest of the world for energy, and diesel in particular. There are many concerns about the sustainability of shale gas.







    Paper markets for metals are massively manipulated. Markets are driven by algos and high-frequency trading. Markets today often react completely opposite to news.







    There is a fundamental different mindset between western and eastern metals markets. You hold gold because it's a bet against everything. Your other choice is to wait for the collapse, but then you won't be able to get it.







    The East continues to drain the West of metals, but eventually supply will no longer be available. That will mark the end of the paper markets and the beginning of true price discovery.







    Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:46 - BRICS+ Currency System18:58 - The Naked Emperor26:50 - West Needs Cooperation32:35 - Silver is Interesting38:15 - Equally Great Nations?41:16 - Metals & Manipulations44:45 - Metals as Insurance50:55 - True Price Discovery1:01:40 - Distortions & Bubbles1:11:30 - Credit Bubbles & Gold1:14:13 - Wrap Up







    Talking Point From Part Two







    * How a BRICS+ Currency System is likely to evolve.* Why the West needs cooperation among nations.* Metals manipulation and the importance of having physical metals.* The distortions in Western markets and system credit market problems.







    Guest LinksTwitter: https://twitter.com/thesiriusreportWebsite: https://www.thesiriusreport.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa5XOgYU8ac_Ai4C1QXPOIg







    The Sirius Report is an independent website providing analysis and an alternative perspective on current affairs and global events that, we believe, are shaping a new political, economic and social paradigm. We are fully self-funded and are not backed by any third-party corporation, organization, or individual.







    The site is run by ‘London Paul’ and his partner Lisa, who is the site administrator. ‘London Paul’ is a pseudonym that was first coined by long-time friend and fellow commentator Jim Willie. For privacy reasons, Paul prefers not to be known by his real name. He also feels that the primary focus should be on his work rather than on his identity.







    Paul has a long track record of accurate predictions and analyses on geopolitical and economic affairs. Originally, a physicist, he was awarded a Ph.D. in biomolecular physics, after which he spent some time working in academia. He then went on to work in the financial services sector...

    • 1 hr 18 min
    London Paul: Part 1 – War, New Reserve Currencies & Crumbling Empires

    London Paul: Part 1 – War, New Reserve Currencies & Crumbling Empires

    In this two-part presentation, Tom welcomes back Paul from The Sirius Report to begin a discussion on the rapidly evolving multipolar world. In part two, we dive further into the BRICS Currency System and why gold and silver can protect you from all possible outcomes of an uncertain future.







    Paul is concerned with the unintended consequences of the war in Ukraine and the economic sanctions. The sanctions demonstrated clearly the level of ignorance within the West. They misunderstand how the Russian economy works and their alternative systems to SWIFT. Since 2014, Russia has been constructing new domestic markets to diversify themselves away from the West.







    He explains the idea of the 'Global South' which includes 87 percent of the world's population that exists outside Europe and North America. The rest of the world took notice when Russian assets we're seized, and most countries are concerned they could be next.







    Dedollarization is working because other nations are finding ways to use their own currencies to circumvent the dollar system. They are starting to avoid the expensive dollar by dealing directly with each other.







    Europe and particularly Germany has been reliant on cheap energy from Russia. These nations could have signed long-term contracts last year for energy, but now the prices are much higher. The United States has been pressing the narrative that Russia is not trustworthy, even though they have been an extremely reliable trade partner. Countries can't simply change energy suppliers overnight, and "It's almost like a comedy of errors with potential catastrophic consequences." Europe is still receiving Russian energy through backdoor channels with other nations, but at much higher prices. The West can't change course on Russia due to the amount of political capital that has been invested.







    Cooperation is happening between the global south and trade is already growing. The West doesn't understand how China and Russia's economies actually function. Soon, the global south will not need the west. Western politics is a constant conflict and a total waste of time. It's just an illusion of choice, and practically nothing gets achieved.







    Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction1:24 - Sanctions & Consequences6:50 - The Global South17:48 - Japan & Treasuries19:07 - European Energy & Germany28:18 - Blame Russia & Politics32:47 - SWIFT Flight & Trade35:34 - Economic Planning42:29 - Ukraine in Collapse50:17 - Russian Fixation52:58 - Complexities54:52 - Red Lines & Escalation







    Talking Point From Part One







    * The lack of understanding and consequences of Western nations regarding Russia and China.* Why the era of cheap energy for Europe is now over.* The lack of West to have long-term economic plans and the consequences.* Europe's fixation on Russia and why politically they can't change course.







    Guest LinksTwitter: https://twitter.com/thesiriusreportWebsite: https://www.thesiriusreport.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa5XOgYU8ac_Ai4C1QXPOIg







    The Sirius Report is an independent website providing analysis and an alternative perspective on current affairs and global events that, we believe, are shaping a new political, economic and social paradigm. We are fully self-funded and are not backed by any third-party corporation, organization, or individual.







    The site is run by ‘London Paul’ and his partner Lisa, who is the site administrator. ‘London Paul’ is a pseudonym that was first coined by long-time friend and fellow commentator Jim Willie...

    • 1 hr 3 min

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