On this week’s Real Money show Darren V Long discussed the notion of “Getting Back To Basics” and the week that was for both Gold and Silver. We discussed a Jim Rickard’s article entitled “Multiple Risks Are Converging on Markets” and what the next financial crisis will look like and when it might happen.
Jerry Correia also joins Darren V Long this week and discusses debt and its relationship to the potential of rising gold prices. He introduces an interview entitled “Ray Dalio Sees Parallels to 1930s in Today’s Markets: The Bridgewater Associates founder raises big questions about the world’s debt levels.” Both Darren and Jerry converse on the particulars of debt and its relationship to the market at large but Ray Dalio paints a picture that broadens the discussion on debt and its relationship to the 1930’s, for which he sees a number of eerie similarities to present day.
Darren V Long also discusses how Guildhall loves giving away bonus gold for new accounts and what those bonus structures look like. He also talks about how a client can potentially earn up to 10 free grams of gold just for opening an account. In particular both Darren and Jerry discuss the “Allocated Financing “ account and its earning potential in a bull market. Darren gives examples of cost and how much a person can save on the per ounce cost of silver or gold using the allocated financing account.
In addition to this both Darren V Long and Jerry Correia discuss the “All-In-Sustaining-Costs” for miners and how the price of Silver is now in many cases lower than what it costs miners to pull it out of the ground per ounce; a situation that cannot last.
Darren and Jerry also discuss declining support for the US dollar around the world and the impact this will have moving forward on gold and. Darren V Long also discusses Natural Fancy Color diamonds, the most recent pink diamond auctions statistics and the role these world record per carat prices play on rising values for pink diamonds the world over.