Summary:
Are we approaching a crisis? Is it Fed induced or cyclical? Furthermore, can it be stopped? I have Rick Rule on the show to discuss the current economic situation, and it looks as if we are approaching a circumstance that will be difficult to comprehend and adjust to. We are facing various shortages around the world displayed by commodity trends, and which are only going to continue to intensify. Tune in for more.

Highlights:
-We are coming into a circumstance that will be difficult for people to comprehend
-Interest rates will have to rise, and you’ll be punished for saving
-Society has under-invested, but meanwhile, the global population is growing; demand for raw materials increases while supply diminishes
-The next Silicon Valley will likely occur in a place we don’t expect
-Markets are not a source of knowledge; they tend to confuse
-There is a lack of electric infrastructure in various areas of the world, and the living standards of the bottom third of mankind will be the primary driver of demand for industrial commodities of all types, specifically energy
-The shortages are of our own making
-The world is demanding the same thing it is prohibiting; copper is a great example of this
-We will inevitably see an acute shortage of copper in five years
-You can profit from these commodity trends

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Here’s When I’ll Sell My Gold | Rick Rule
Rick Rule – The Big Money for Silver & Gold is Still On the Sidelines
Rick Rule's Uranium Investors Bootcamp

Direct download: Rick_Rule_26.Jan.22.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:01am EDT

Summary:

On January 24th, markets were getting killed, and then at the end of the day, things turned around. I speak with John Feneck to unpack some of the interesting trends taking place in the markets, and it becomes more evident over time that investors need to be mindful when it comes to analyzing dips and yield. Tune in for more on what’s to come.

Highlights:
-Investors need to be careful; buying the dip is not always the best move
-There is more interest in value stocks than in growth stocks right now
-You can’t chase yield all the time
-Used cars are in high demand and hotel prices are going up
-Airlines are getting slammed because of fuel costs
-Pipelines are also a scarce resource right now, and can be priced at very high levels
-The resource sector is the place to be

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Feneck Consulting
Gold Sector Low Was December Federal Reserve Meeting Says Expert John Feneck
Are Gold Stock Investors Wise Contrarians, or Foolish Bag Holders? with Sector Expert John Feneck

Direct download: John_Fenek_25.Jan.22.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EDT

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