Gold and silver have broken out. What’s next? We know that the stock market has continued to go up, the US Dollar has been strengthening and gold has been going up. Why is this happening? We’re starting to see select junior miners breaking out as well. It looks like the worm has turned. We also discuss the Baltimore situation and why American cities are crumbling. It all began during the civil unrest of the 1960’s. The combination of rampant crime and forced busing led to white flight. Most cities have yet to recover. And when you take a look at Baltimore, you can’t help but notice billions of aid dollars have been wasted or stolen. So it’s great that someone is finally calling them out and being honest about the situation. Let’s hope it continues and eventually change. 

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We sat down with Jamie Keech in Vancouver to get an idea of where the mining sector is headed. Unsurprisingly, he’s guardedly optimistic. While metals prices have been rising, many sector stocks have been slow to follow. Jamie did us a real service by explaining the red flags looks for when he’s deciding what stocks to invest in. He’s always on the look-out for self-serving managements that put its interest above the company’s owners, the shareholders. He explains why investors must look for companies where management and shareholder interests are aligned. You just have to look at the financial statements and spend a little time reviewing them. The answer usually resides within them. 

Direct download: Jamie_Keech_30.Jul.19.mp3
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