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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Thursday, 6 October 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Highlights

  • Bob Hoye, editor and Chief investment strategist of Institutional Advisors returns with a new Global Warning Alert.
  • The bull market in the PMs remains intact - selling continues to offer enticing entry opportunities.
  • Our guest scans the minutiae for hints of financial tipping points, such as the climbing LIBOR rate which is behaving similarly to 2008.
  • Last week's FOMC meeting announcement and recent Fed Speak, suggests that rates will climb from .50% to 0.75% in December 2016 or February 2017.
  • The discussion includes the DB share collapse - much of the blogosphere expects DB shares to continue the death spiral.
  • Where there is one bad bank, there may be a slew of sick financial institutions, many of which have enormous toxic debt on their books.
  • Policymakers and institutions fail to recognize that markets are chaotic systems, where crises develop suddenly, sparked by seemingly insignificant events.
  • Caller John in San Diego who cites the similarities between a key bank failure of the Great Depression and the DB fiasco.
Bob Hoye, editor and Chief investment strategist of Institutional Advisors returns with a new Global Warning Alert. The bull market in the PMs remains intact - selling continues to offer enticing entry opportunities. The guest / host debate the merits of lofty gold targets, such as $10,000 - Nick Barisheff suggests that low gold allocations in pension funds / institutions around the globe indicate the target is sound. Bob Hoye suggests that such demand estimates oftentimes fail when put to the test. Our guest scans the minutiae for hints of financial tipping points, such as the climbing LIBOR rate which is behaving similarly to 2008, which culminated in high market volatility. Last week's FOMC meeting announcement and recent Fed Speak, suggests that rates will climb from .50% to 0.75% in December 2016 or February 2017. The discussion includes the DB share collapse - although much of the blogosphere expects DB shares to continue the death spiral, now that the Justice Dept. has lessened the fines imposed, last week's bottom continues to hold. Bob Hoye speculates that where there is one bad bank, there may be a slew of sick financial institutions, many of which have enormous toxic debt on their books. Policymakers and institutions fail to recognize that markets are chaotic systems, where dangerous crises develop suddenly, sparked by seemingly insignificant events. The host opens up the phone line for a call from John in San Diego who cites the similarities between a key bank failure in Europe during the Great Depression in Europe and the impending DB fiasco.

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