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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Wednesday, 7 September 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Highlights

  • Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist of Institutional Advisors returns with comments on the financial markets.
  • Our guest is monitoring the gold to silver ratio closely, noting the predictive powers, similar to a credit spread or yield curve.
  • Every investment portfolio must include gold / silver assets; the perfect insurance against global money printing.
  • According to a Labor Department Report, the US jobs included 100,000 fewer than anticipated, implying that the Fed has less wiggle room to raise rates.
  • The Fed remains the only hold out among the central banking trifecta to keep rates above zero, i.e., the BOJ, ECB.
  • John Williams latest figures at Shadowstats.com, the true national unemployment rate is approaching 25%, the worst since the Great Depression.
  • The reason for the discrepancy is that officials no longer consider the 95 million discouraged workers as part of the tally.
  • Tame energy prices offer gold / silver miners a competitive advantage, as energy is a major production expense.
  • Bob Hoye outlines why the precious metals sector will eventually be the hottest venue in the financial world, at least doubling from current levels.

Bob Hoye, senior investment strategist of Institutional Advisors returns with comments on the financial markets. He's monitoring the gold to silver ratio closely, noting the predictive powers, similar to a credit spread or yield curve. Our guest says every investment portfolio must include gold / silver assets; the perfect insurance against global money printing. According to a Labor Department Report, the US jobs included 100,000 fewer than anticipated, implying that Fed policymakers have less wiggle room to raise rates. The Fed remains the only hold out among the central banking trifecta to keep rates above zero, i.e., the BOJ, ECB. According to John Williams latest figures at Shadowstats.com, the true national unemployment rate is approaching 25%, the worst since the Great Depression, a bit higher than the official 4.9% figure. The reason for the discrepancy is that officials no longer consider the 95 million discouraged workers as part of the tally. Tame energy prices offer gold / silver miners a competitive advantage, as energy is a major production expense. Bob Hoye outlines why the precious metals sector will eventually be the hottest venue in the financial world, at least doubling from current levels.


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