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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Thursday, 11 October 2018 | Print  | Disqus 

STATE of EMERGENCY: FL / NC / SC / GA: Hurricane Michael (2018) Makes Landfall in Panama City FL - 155 MPH Winds - CAT 4.

  • Axel Merk, head of Merk Investments returns to the show after a two year hiatus with a unique and positive outlook on the gold sector.
  • Merk Investments is monitoring the yield curve closely; while inversions typically mark recessions, occasional false signals are still possible.
  • Using central banking policy as a guide, the new Fed Chief, Jerome Powell is expected to continue raising rates a bit too far similar to predecessors.
  • The market has not yet fully priced the additional rate hikes and impending inflationary pressures.
  • This conclusion leads to the key takeaway point: given Merk's economic outlook, where paper assets with cash flow exposure to much higher rates suffer relative to commodities, such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium and crude oil, the PMs should outperform US equities and make a compelling alternative to competing asset classes.

Axel Merk, head of Merk Investments returns to the show after a two year hiatus with a unique and positive outlook on the gold sector. Merk Investments is monitoring the yield curve closely; while inversions typically mark recessions, occasional false signals are still possible. Using central banking policy as a guide, the new Fed Chief, Jerome Powell is expected to continue raising rates a bit too far similar to predecessors, even amid a yield curve inversion; the market has not yet fully priced the additional rate hikes and impending inflationary pressures. This conclusion leads to the key takeaway point: given Merk's economic outlook, where paper assets with cash flow exposure to much higher rates suffer relative to commodities, such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium and crude oil, the PMs should outperform US equities and make a compelling alternative to competing asset classes.

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Listeners are encouraged to attend his Cancer Charity Goal and Financial Seminar, free to the public in Chapel Hill NC, October 20-21! Several dozen have donated at merkinvestments.com/FightCancer - thank you!
An investment seminar in Chapel Hill, NC, on Saturday, October 20: merkinvestments.com/WalkTheTalk
A race! We are challenging others to join Sunday October 21: merkinvestments.com/race

 

Figure 1.1. STATE of EMERGENCY FL / NC / SC / GA: Hurricane Michael (2018) Makes Landfall in Panama City FL - 155 MPH Winds - CAT 4.

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