“With the US dollar still in correction mode one would think that commodities would be going through the roof like the precious metals complex but that’s not the case. It appears that everything but the precious metals complex is starting to gather momentum to the downside.”
This week on the Solari Report, Franklin Sanders of The Moneychanger joins me to take a look at precious metals markets:
- How gold and silver performed in 2015…and why.
- Performance to date in 2016…could the consolidation finally be over? Or is the current rally temporary as it was in early 2015?
- Storage options for gold and silver – subscribers have been sending questions about global and domestic depositories.
Franklin and I will review the likelihood that the primary trend in gold and silver is returning. Franklin has more confidence in the outlook for in 2016. I am concerned that the number of plausible and unpredictable scenarios are growing across all asset classes. So expect a lively discussion!
One thing is certain – the dramatic rise in gold and silver prices in the past two weeks indicates uncertainty across global economies and markets. Below are charts of gold and silver versus the S&P 500 and aggregate bond ETF (AGG) since January 1, 2009. We will post Franklin’s charts in the subscriber area in this post on Thursday. Please make sure you login to access them as you listen to the interview audio. They will be posted in the final transcript.
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