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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Wednesday, 1 May 2019 | Print  | Disqus 

 

Bob Hoye & Chris Waltzek Ph.D. - April 30th, 2019. * .Mp3

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  • Bob Hoye, Editor & Chief Investment Strategist of Charts and Markets.com rejoins the show with must-hear commentary.
  • FOMC policymakers set the overnight lending rate this week.
  • The current FFF at the CME which indicates the Fed could begin a new round of QE within a year.
  • There are strong probabilities of a rate cut by Dec. / Jan.
  • Investors are adjusting financial models in anticipation of the more dovish Fed, which bodes well for PMs.
  • The US dollar remains in a technically strong position due to relative economic strength of the US and trading partner China.
  • Goldman Sachs noted this week that CB demand for the yellow metal remains solid.
  • Clearly the PTB recognize the stunning value of gold amid a global asset currency bubble of epic proportions.
  • The fundamental picture for the PMs remains solid with signs of strong economic numbers and talk of inflation.
  • The discussion swerves to the challenges facing investors as well as banking customers in the digitally hyper-connected world.
  • While many institutions struggle to secure clients accounts, to date no Bitcoin hard wallet has been hacked; cryptos remain the de facto wealth security system in tandem with the PMs.

Bob Hoye, Editor & Chief Investment Strategist of Charts and Markets.com rejoins the show with must-hear commentary. FOMC policymakers set the overnight lending rate this week. The current FFF at the CME which indicates the Fed could begin a new round of QE within a year, with higher probabilities of a rate cut by Dec. / Jan. Investors are adjusting financial models in anticipation of the more dovish Fed, which bodes well for PMs. One proviso, the US dollar remains in a technically strong position due in part to the relative economic strength of the US and its top trading partner China. Goldman Sachs noted this week that CB demand for the yellow metal remains solid, clearly the PTB recognize the stunning value of gold amid a global asset currency bubble of epic proportions. The fundamental picture for the PMs remains solid with signs of strong economic numbers and talk of inflation. The discussion swerves to financial security and the challenges facing investors as well as banking customers in the digitally hyper-connected world. While many institutions struggle to secure clients accounts, to date no Bitcoin hard wallet has been hacked; cryptos remain the de facto wealth security system in tandem with the PMs.


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