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The Financial Survival Network is dedicated to helping you build your financial fortress so that you can survive and thrive in the new economy. It's all about what's next!

    Fury Gold’s Increased Newmont JV Clears Way for Éléonore Project with CEO Tim Clark

    Fury Gold’s Increased Newmont JV Clears Way for Éléonore Project with CEO Tim Clark

    We were joined by Fury Gold Mines’ CEO Tim Clark and SVP of Exploration Bryan Atkinson for a sponsor update. News has picking up in the past month and CEO Clark assured us that more is on the way.
    Dolly Varden Silver's recent strike further underpins the thinking behind Fury’s recent sale of its Homestake project DVS. Fury became a 1/3 owner of Dolly Varden and is poised to benefit greatly from future developments there.
    Fury in concert with Newmont upped their respective stakes in the Éléonore joint venture, buying out their partner Azimut’s interest in the project. The Éléonore South JV is located in an area of prolific gold mineralization and is 11km to the north of Newmont’s Éléonore Mine. According to CEO Clark, “The consolidation of the property ESJV is a key transactional milestone for Fury and a positive outcome for all parties. We see a tremendous amount of exploration upside in the joint venture and are thrilled to have a great working relationship with Newmont.”
    It was Exploration SVP Bryan Atkinson's first time on the show. He reviewed the significance of this month’s drill results. Further drilling in the Hinge is yielding impressive results. Atkinson remarked that, “The Hinge Target is taking shape with an over 20% plus increase to the mineralized footprint of the Eau Claire deposit… As we have started to gain a better understanding of the geometry of the Hinge Target and narrow in on the sweet spot of gold mineralization, we are planning continued aggressive drilling.”
    Multiple zones of high grade and broad widths of moderate grade, intercepts included: 3.50m of 4.79 g/t gold, 1.00m of 14.19 g/t gold, 3.50m of 5.86 g/t gold, 1.00m of 20.6 g/t gold and 17.50m of 1.29 g/t Au. This year's drilling is about 2/3 complete. Assay labs remain backed up, but more results are due in shortly.
    CEO Clark is rightfully pleased with Fury’s accomplishments during the past year. With C$10 million in the treasury, there's no need to raise capital at current share prices. He’s convinced that a massive metals bull market is rapidly approaching and is quite satisfied with Fury’s vantage point and its unique position to capitalize upon it. Seasonality favors a run-up in the sector, come Q4 ’22 and Q1 ’23 and Fury is a likely beneficiary, which is why we’re holding our position.
    Company website: www.FuryGoldMines.com
    Ticker Symbol TSX and NYSE: FURY

    • 18 min
    Happy Days Aren’t Here Again - Drew Pelton #5582

    Happy Days Aren’t Here Again - Drew Pelton #5582

    Summary:
    Can we start celebrating the “end of inflation?” Furthermore, do you have a plan for the changes inflation has brought about, and how these are going to affect your retirement plans? Drew Pelton comes on the show to talk about these things, and it’s extremely crucial—now more than ever—to consider whether your money will last through your retirement or not. There are multiple investing strategies you can look into if you want to focus on planning ahead, and Drew shares some of these in this episode. Tune in for more.
    Highlights:
    -Is it too early to celebrate the “end of inflation?” Political figures are claiming that we have hit 0% inflation
    -Prices are still going up, and the issue remains. We may be seeing a lull in inflation with commodity prices taking a dip, but it is still happening
    -Recently, the confidence index fell as consumer view of the situation weakened
    -Other reports have showed consumer confidence being higher; people get excited when they’re missing the big picture
    -Another important factor to consider with inflation is how to make one’s money last through retirement
    -Drew’s firm emphasizes investing for dividends
    -Will the economy revert to low interest rates/easy money? If the Fed is going to be smarter than they have been before, they will be smarter relative to the upcoming election. They’ll probably make more reasonable decisions
    -84% of Americans do not have a formal retirement plan, which reflects within people’s financial planning. Some people don’t get as organized as they need to for the best results
    Useful Links:
    Financial Survival Network
    Drew Pelton

    • 23 min
    Take Advantage of the Free £200 Billion in Loans Available to Small Businesses - Stephen Sacks #5581

    Take Advantage of the Free £200 Billion in Loans Available to Small Businesses - Stephen Sacks #5581

    Summary:
    What are some of the alternatives to small business financing? Stephen Sacks comes on the show to talk about some of the alternative methods for funding your business; luckily, there are many you can take advantage of if you’re willing to look. In the UK, there is £200bn in business and startup grants that is waiting to be allocated to companies. Tune in to this episode for advice from Stephen, and to learn how you can better fund your business.
    Highlights:
    -In business, it’s all about cash flow. Sometimes you have to arrange financing/equity in other ways, and there is a whole world of financial sources to master
    -It’s good to surround yourself with people who are going to be honest with you and tell you the situation as it is
    -It’s important to acknowledge what you don’t know, and take it upon yourself to learn or find someone who is an expert
    -Stephen proposes a method for businesses to retain all of their equity and maintain ownership of business
    Useful Links:
    Financial Survival Network
    Funding Nav

    • 15 min
    Investors Need to Play the Numbers Game and Win - Pranay Parikh #5579

    Investors Need to Play the Numbers Game and Win - Pranay Parikh #5579

    Summary:
    What is going to happen in real estate as a result of the recession? I sit down and chat with Pranay Parikh in this episode, and we discuss the presence of high interest rates and housing shortages that are having major effects on the entire industry. We’ve already seen a 5-10% drop across the board, and it seems that successful real estate investing is a game of numbers. Tune in to hear more about what sectors of real estate to pay attention to, and what’s to come in the near future.
    Highlights:
    -How are you going to get through the recession?
    -We talk about real estate, high interest rates, and what’s forecasted for this industry given the housing shortage across the US
-There has already been a 5-10% drop across the board
    -What you pay a month is determined by your mortgage interest rate and the purchase price
    -Could we go into a prolonged real estate bear market? The market is huge, and we have to be specific. When most people think about real estate, they things of single family homes
    -Over the past 5-8 years, people have gotten into short and adjustable mortgages
    -A lot of homebuyers and investors have a better idea of what they can afford
    -The people on the sidelines who have been saving for years to buy a house are the ones that are going to get hurt
    -Cap rates are going higher because cash flow is going down
    -It’s all a numbers game
    -Keep your eye on the sunbelt, because people are relocating there
    Useful Links:
    Financial Survival Network
    Ascent Equity Group

    • 14 min
    Are Happy Days Here Again? - Andrew Arons #5578

    Are Happy Days Here Again? - Andrew Arons #5578

    Summary:
    Is the market still going up, or is it going to fall away? I have Andrew Arons on the show to address this topic, in which he is quite optimistic about the future of the markets. This optimism stems from a number of things we can observe right now; earnings are pretty good, and earnings inflation may have peaked. Looking forward, the market could possibly move higher in the next six months, and there are a few key stocks related to rampant consumerism that you should keep your eye on. Tune in for more insight!
    Highlights:
    -In May, Andrew was calling for a rally—which is happening now. How long is this going to continue?
    -Earnings are pretty good; the market was scared about rising interest rates and inflation
    -Earnings inflation may have peaked, and all of this is looking good for the market
    -The market could also recover from the lows in June
    -We’re looking out and seeing where things could be six months from now
    -The market could possibly move higher
    -There will be some volatility and resistance as we retrace
    -Andrew likes stocks such as Amazon, Boeing, and other companies that thrive from lots of consumer spending (i.e. Disney)
    -Overall, Andrew is optimistic
    Useful Links:
    Financial Survival Network
    Synergy Advisory Management Group

    • 15 min
    Are You Ready for the Big Economic Roll-Over with John Rubino #5577

    Are You Ready for the Big Economic Roll-Over with John Rubino #5577

    Summary:
    We’re seeing huge signs that the economy is about to roll over—especially with the current commodity prices. John Rubino comes on the show to talk about this, and explains some of the trends that allude to the forthcoming recession. If oil and housing move in a particular direction, then the rest of the economy has to go in this direction as well. People are changing the way that they interact with the market, staying on the cautious side and feeling more inclined to sell. To hear more on what’s to come, be sure to tune in to this episode.
    Highlights:
    -There is a decent chance that the current quarter is negative, and this will carry us through to the election
    -People are starting to save less money with alternative energy (i.e. electric cars)
    -We’re in a transition that needs to be managed
    -We’re headed into a time of very slow growth, which leads to people being nervous in the market. We could see a lot of big cap being sold, bringing it back down to fair valuation
    -Some people would like to see the country divided—people are moving to other states because of their beliefs
    -There’s lots of civil unrest in multiple European countries because of farmers being targeted.
    -Things are too crazy right now for rational participation
    Useful Links:
    Financial Survival Network
    Dollar Collapse

    • 27 min

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