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Nate Fisher- How To Invest In Gold & Silver Stocks (A Guide For Beginners)
Arcadia Economics

We believe investing in precious metals and resources is integral to protecting your wealth during this ongoing dollar collapse. Nate Fisher gives you a beginner’s primer on how you might invest in precious metals mining stocks. Well worth your time if you’re considering investing!

Investing in gold and silver stocks can be risky but potentially rewarding, and it is important to research and consider the risks before investing, consult a financial advisor, and be aware of potential losses.

Transcript:

  • 00:00 Investing in gold and silver stocks can be risky but rewarding, serving as a hedge against downside risk in real estate and offering potential gains, but it’s important to consult a financial advisor, not blindly follow trends, and be aware of potential losses.
    • This video provides beginner-friendly advice on investing in silver and gold stocks, emphasizing the importance of consulting a financial advisor and offering entry points for newcomers.
    • Investing in mining stocks can be a profitable alternative to buying precious metals directly, as the value of mining stocks can increase at a higher rate than the metals themselves.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks can serve as a hedge against downside risk in real estate and can also be a leveraged play on the underlying metals.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks can be risky but also rewarding, with the potential for significant gains and losses, and it can serve as a hedge against a downturn in other investments like real estate.
    • Nate Fisher shares their experience of investing in gold and silver stocks, discussing the ups and downs of their portfolio and emphasizing the importance of not blindly following bullish trends and having perspective on losses.
    • His friend pointed out that the companies being discussed do not generate profits and questioned why the speaker would invest in them.
  • 14:19 Different types of miners go through a process of discovering and producing metals, facing financial challenges and dilution of shares, while investors may realize the need for expensive reports and potential delays in metal production.
    • Different types of miners go through a process of discovering and producing metals, starting with an idea and drilling, leading to a peak of excitement before the working period begins.
    • After making a 5x profit, investors may realize that there are several years of development, environmental impact statements, and financial risks ahead, leading to shared dilution and the need for expensive reports, potentially delaying metal production for 10-15 years.
    • Explorers in the gold and silver industry may face financial challenges and dilution of shares, but they hope to find more valuable metals through drilling, while developers aim to reach a point where they have acquired a significant amount of metal.
    • Building a mine requires expertise in geology, resource exploration, and mine construction, which can take several years and involve selling properties, issuing more shares, selling royalties, taking on debt, and considering logistical factors such as roads and electricity.
    • Producers of gold and silver stocks can be profitable or not depending on the cost of mining and pricing, while bankers like Franco Nevada provide financing for building gold mines.
    • Companies in the gold and silver industry can offer metal streams as payment instead of cash, and investing in project generators can be profitable, although some caution is advised.
  • 23:33 Investing in gold and silver stocks can be risky due to potential strikes, natural disasters, theft, and fraud, so it’s important to research and consider the risks before investing.
    • Mining stocks can be risky due to potential strikes and natural disasters, which can lead to decreased production and damage to infrastructure, resulting in a decrease in share price.
    • There are risks involved in mining and storing gold, such as theft and potential loss of life, which should be considered when investing in gold and silver stocks.
    • Safety is crucial in manufacturing facilities, especially in mining where miners can be sent thousands of feet underground, and it is important to consider the risks of investing all your money in one mining company or picking an explorer that dilutes the company and yields no results.
    • Not all projects with high-grade metals will become mines due to low success rates and potential environmental issues.
    • California is a risky jurisdiction for gold and silver mining due to difficulties in obtaining permits, and there have been instances of fraud and deceit in the industry, although there have been improvements in recent years.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks is risky and dangerous, so it’s important to research reports, financials, and the management team to avoid potential scams or unethical practices.
  • 30:28 Investing in gold and silver stocks carries risks such as nationalization, funding shortages, equipment issues, and unexpected losses due to incorrect grades and insufficient drilling.
    • A gold mining company failed because they cut corners and didn’t properly implement their plan, resulting in lower ore grades and ultimately leading to the company’s downfall.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks requires surrounding yourself with knowledgeable people, considering inflation’s impact on portfolio performance, and being cautious about investing in miners if metal prices don’t rise with inflation.
    • Chile’s nationalization of lithium miners is a risk, but the speaker believes that the trend will be more towards countries forcing miners to sell a portion of their minerals using local currency, which is less risky and allows for payment of local workers and suppliers.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks carries the risk of nationalization and the potential for companies to run out of money and go out of business, resulting in a loss of investment.
    • Incorrect grades and insufficient drilling can lead to unexpected losses in gold mining investments.
    • Unexpected funding shortages, equipment issues, cost overruns, permitting delays, and shared dilution are major risks when investing in gold and silver stocks.
  • 39:22 Investing in gold and silver stocks involves considering factors such as exploration risk, project value, feasibility studies, and environmental impacts, with the construction decision being the optimal entry point for investors.
    • Early stage explorers in the gold and silver industry have a high risk of going to zero, while late stage explorers are less risky but may still face economic challenges in extracting gold.
    • Explorers drill to determine the size of mineral resources and de-risk the project before deciding whether or not to mine it.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks involves considering factors such as mining issues, project value, raising money through selling projects or royalties, feasibility studies, and ecological and environmental impacts.
    • Finding a lot of metal in a remote location does not eliminate the challenges of accessing roads, power, and water.
    • Smaller projects may not receive as much attention as larger ones due to the high cost of development, but there is also a warning against projects that are too big and costly.
    • Use free cash flow in the next three years to invest in and expand mining operations, with the construction decision being the point where investors should enter, as producers gradually ramp up production.
  • 45:47 Investing in gold and silver stocks can be profitable but risky, so focus on mid-tier and senior producers, consider the primary metal being mined, and understand the cyclical nature of the industry.
    • Some producers hedge production to sell future production at a certain price, which can push down the price of paper silver.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks can be risky, so it is recommended to focus on mid-tier and senior producers rather than junior producers, as they have more potential for profit and less risk of financial problems.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks can be profitable, with the potential for increased profits and leverage, but it also comes with risks and the need to determine fair market value.
    • Having a high value of gold or silver can mitigate any issues a company may have, and while there are various methods to evaluate a company’s worth, a low price does not necessarily indicate the best investment.
    • Investing in gold and silver stocks involves considering risk appetite, understanding that these investments are cyclical, and recognizing the importance of extending the lifespan of mines by adding more ounces to the resource estimate over time.
    • Investors should consider the primary metal being mined by gold and silver companies, as well as the potential impact of base metal producers and the cyclical nature of investments in the mining industry.
  • 59:35 Consider the risks and potential investment opportunities in gold and silver stocks in different countries, listen to knowledgeable individuals, pay attention to management teams and share structure, buy shares in tranches, be cautious with leverage, and consider the market cycle, company debt, and income ratio.
    • Certain countries, including California, Mexico, and Peru, have become risky jurisdictions for mining due to permitting problems and environmental issues, while certain countries in Africa, such as Morocco, offer potential investment opportunities in gold and silver.
    • Some West African jurisdictions are becoming more friendly to mining and attracting foreign investment, but it is important to consider the risks and the experience of the management team.
    • The key to successful mining stock investment is listening to knowledgeable individuals, as even experienced experts can be affected by declining metal prices.
    • Consider the management teams and their experience, rely on those with years of experience who know the industry players and can provide insight on companies to avoid, and pay attention to share structure to preserve value.
    • Gold is currently around $2000, so instead of going all in with options on GDX, it is advised to buy shares in tranches and keep some cash available for potential market fluctuations.
    • Trading on leverage or margin can be risky, but the speaker is willing to take that risk as they are hedging their real estate equity and have a job to recover from any losses, and when considering investing in gold and silver stocks, it is important to consider the market cycle, the company’s debt, and the income ratio.
  • 01:06:49 Be cautious of companies that are not actively improving or showing progress, consider the percentage of company ownership by management, and be wary of individuals who come in to flip the company without having any shares in it; subscribing to newsletters and watching YouTube channels like Arcadia can provide valuable insights and recommendations for investing in gold and silver stocks.
    • Forums and conferences can be helpful for investment advice, but some companies may not be actively improving or showing progress despite paying their CEO and employees.
    • Be cautious of lifestyle companies and consider the percentage of company ownership by management, as they may dilute the company over time; also be wary of individuals who come in to flip the company without having any shares in it.
    • Subscribing to newsletters from experienced investors can provide confidence and guidance in investing in gold and silver stocks, as they often have valuable insights and recommendations.
    • Watch YouTube channels like Arcadia to learn about investing in gold and silver stocks, as they often feature experts who discuss their own investments.

Gold-backed BRICS currency to Dethrone Dollar | Alasdair Macleod
Liberty and Finance

The dominance of the US dollar as the reserve currency is being challenged, and a potential gold-backed currency by BRICS countries could have significant global implications.

  • 00:00 The dominance of the US dollar as the reserve currency is being challenged, with interest in gold and silver due to concerns about conflict and financial mismanagement, while a possible orchestrated rebellion in the UK and a potential counter-attack by Putin in Kiev could have significant global implications.
    • The dominance of the US dollar as the reserve currency is being challenged, which could have significant implications for global affairs and trade.
    • Silver Maples and backdated kangaroos are highly sought-after silver coins with high purity and are available at competitive prices.
    • Gold weakness in the face of financial mismanagement is a topic of research, and there is interest in the metals due to concerns about conflict in Ukraine.
    • The recent rebellion in the UK may have been orchestrated by British or American intelligence services to undermine unity between the shock troops.
    • The Wagner group, previously used by Russia, has likely finished their contract and their role has shifted to countering Black Ops operations in the Middle East and Africa.
    • Putin is likely to launch a counter-attack on Kiev in order to restore the Russian economy and drive up commodity prices.
  • 08:23 A new gold-backed currency being planned by BRICS countries could challenge the dominance of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency and allow for free trade among countries representing 33% of global GDP.
    • Macleod suggests that at the upcoming BRICS Summit, there may be discussions about creating a new trade settlement currency backed by gold, which could potentially undermine Western currencies.
    • Many countries have expressed interest in joining or associating with BRICS, whose combined GDP is approximately one-third of global GDP.
    • The global population, including 31 countries, is expressing interest in joining BRICS, which is a significant development with potential implications.
    • A new gold-backed currency being planned by BRICS countries could potentially challenge the dominance of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency and allow for the development of free trade among the 33 percent of the world’s GDP represented by these countries.
  • 13:26 The potential for a gold-backed BRICS currency and increased oil prices could challenge the dominance of the dollar, while the declining gold price is not necessarily indicative of future trends.
    • Putin’s approach to Ukraine this time is expected to be more organized and strategic, with a sensible plan in place.
    • The potential for increased oil and commodity prices, along with the emergence of a viable alternative trade currency to the dollar, could undermine the dollar’s dominance.
    • The declining gold price is attributed to the belief that interest rates will not decrease soon, despite historical evidence showing that high interest rates do not necessarily harm gold.
  • 16:22 A rise in interest rates and credit contraction may lead to bank failures and a decrease in lending, causing instability in the banking system and property markets.
    • A rise in interest rates could have significant risks for the banking system and property markets, and the combination of credit contraction and increased risk from the Ukraine situation may drive this instability in the near future.
    • The fragility of the banking system, particularly due to rising interest rates and overleveraged balance sheets, could lead to bank failures as credit contracts.
    • The high relationship between assets and shareholder funds means that any loss on the balance sheet is magnified, leading bank directors to increase leverage to maintain profits despite compressed margins, but now they are becoming aware of escalating risks.
    • Bankers are likely to be fired due to the increase in non-performing loans, leading to a contraction of balance sheets and a decrease in lending.
  • 20:44 A credit crunch and rising interest rates could lead to falling asset prices, risk for banks, and potential system collapse, as explained by the speaker.
    • A credit crunch will lead to rising interest rates, falling bond and asset prices, and a predictable banking cycle, as described by the speaker.
    • Macleod explains that the behavior of banks and geopolitical problems will lead to a credit crunch and exacerbate the current economic situation.
    • High interest rates not only affect asset prices but also put banks at risk and impact the deposits held by ordinary people.
    • Silicon Valley Bank’s accumulation of risk-free bonds with the belief that zero interest rates would be permanent resulted in significant losses when the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, causing a decrease in coupon yield and an increase in funding costs.
    • Falling asset prices lead to a decrease in the value of collateral held against customer loans, causing a cascade of self-feeding falls and potentially undermining the entire system, which could be exacerbated by higher interest rates.
  • 26:23 Governments may struggle to fund their deficits as interest rates rise, leading to increased yields on government debt and potential problems for insurance companies, pension funds, and banks.
    • Interest rates are likely to increase, causing potential problems for governments in funding their deficits through the sale of government debt.
    • Insurance companies, pension funds, and banks may stop participating in auctions, causing unfunded governments to increase yields in order to sell their stock.
    • The increasing risk of high coupons on US Government finances will have a detrimental impact on deficits and budget assumptions.
    • During a credit crunch, banks try to reduce non-performing loans and increase liquidity by investing in short-term US treasury bills and other cash alternatives.
  • 30:18 Macleod believes that the Ukraine situation could have a significant impact on the stability of savings and investments, leading to concerns about the integrity of the financial system, and recommends holding physical gold as a way to escape from a failing credit system.
    • He believes that if the Ukraine situation escalates, it is highly probable that these problems will affect us in the near future.
    • The uncertainty surrounding the stability of savings and investments, particularly in government bonds and bank deposits, continues to be a concern, with ongoing pressure on financial institutions and the potential for increased risk in the future.
    • Central banks, including the Bundesbank, are facing financial difficulties and are trying to rescue insolvent commercial banks, leading to concerns about the integrity of the entire system.
    • G20 countries have introduced legislation for bail-ins, but there are risks involved and it is recommended to have accounts in government-owned banks or large banks like JP Morgan, Citibank, and Bank of America.
    • Holding physical gold is a way to escape from a failing credit system, and the speaker recommends checking out their research articles on gomoney.com for more information on the Russian situation, BRICS, and new currencies.

Tom Luongo- Fed will hike to 6%, 'nuclear' bank implosions coming as Powell focuses on real mission
Kitco NEWS

    • Luongo believes the Federal Reserve’s plan to raise interest rates to combat inflation and strengthen the US dollar may lead to a potential crisis in the commercial real estate sector and the banking system, while also causing market chaos and a collapse of the dollar.
    • 00:00 The Fed plans to raise rates to 6%, potentially causing a crisis in the commercial real estate sector, while Powell focuses on gaining control over US monetary policies.
    • Fed Chair Jerome Powell plans to raise rates two more times this year, with the bond market aligning with his outlook, but Tom Luongo predicts that the commercial real estate sector will be the next crisis to hit the US economy in the second half of this year, exacerbated by rising oil prices and potentially a bigger fight than inflation for Powell.
    • Tom Luongo, publisher of gold goats and guns, discusses his previous appearance on Kitco news 10 months ago.
    • He predicts that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates to at least six percent, possibly even seven or eight percent, due to quantitative tightening and Powell’s intention to implement two more rate hikes before the end of the year.
    • Inflation has decreased due to baseline effects and lower gasoline prices, but it is expected to accelerate in the future as oil demand rises and US oil production peaks.
    • Powell will likely pause interest rate hikes for now, but will resume raising rates after Jackson Hole or Labor Day, possibly multiple times, aiming for a 6% rate by the end of the year.
    • Powell is implementing measures to gain control over US monetary policies, such as decoupling the US and European markets, which will lead to a potential implosion in commercial real estate and create opportunities in private debt.
    • 08:26 Commercial real estate is struggling, housing and car prices are expected to decrease, private equity firms will face challenges when interest rates rise, and the US is seen as a safe haven for capital.
    • Commercial real estate is facing significant challenges with properties trading at low prices and a lack of market activity, leading to a standoff between buyers and sellers who are hesitant to reveal the extent of their financial difficulties.
    • Housing and car prices in the US are expected to decrease due to rising interest rates, leading to a deflation of credit-based assets.
    • Once interest rates rise to 6%, private equity firms will no longer be able to borrow money at zero percent from the Fed, leading to the selling of both good and bad debt at significant discounts, creating opportunities for pensions and insurance funds to acquire distressed debt and improve their balance sheets.
    • Powell may have to pause or change his hiking agenda if the commercial real estate market and banking system start to unravel.
    • The United States is seen as a safe haven for capital due to the perceived weakness of other markets, and the Federal Reserve Chair is expected to maintain a pause in interest rate hikes.
    • 13:12 The Federal Reserve may raise rates to combat commodity inflation and fight against the globalist agenda, while Powell focuses on full employment and stable prices, not climate change, as there are concerns of a crisis being created to establish a one-world government and monetary system, with doubts about the feasibility of transitioning to electric vehicles.
    • If commodity inflation returns, the speaker believes that the Federal Reserve will have to raise rates again, and they argue that Powell is not solely raising rates to fight inflation but is also fighting against the great reset agenda.
    • Globalists, centered in the European Union and IMF, are pushing for a global technocratic government, using the COVID pandemic and ESG initiatives to crash markets and rebuild them, funded by zero or negative interest rates.
    • Powell’s focus is on his dual mandate of full employment and stable prices, not on climate change, as evidenced by his statements and actions.
    • The Fed should not be involved in political agendas, such as fighting climate change, as it is speculated that global elitists are trying to create a crisis to replace the current system with a one-world government and monetary system.
    • Luongo questions the feasibility of transitioning to electric vehicles due to the lack of resources and suggests that there may be an agenda to eliminate individual transportation.
    • 18:31 Powell is fighting against the great reset agenda, but was forced into policy decisions due to the pandemic and political pressure, as seen in the bailout of Credit Suisse.
    • Klaus Straub’s statement about owing nothing and being happy suggests a hidden agenda, as politicians and people like him often use vague language to conceal their true intentions, and the various data points indicate a connection to the great reset agenda.
    • Jerome Powell is seen as a champion fighting against the speculated great reset agenda, with evidence of his actions and the political fight for his reconfirmation as Fed chair.
    • Powell, who has always been a hard money advocate, was forced into policy decisions he didn’t want to make due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Trump’s focus on re-election, as evidenced by the bailout of Credit Suisse.
    • The Fed was involved in the bailout of Credit Suisse without consulting the ECB or the European Commission, highlighting the importance of Credit Suisse in the European banking system.
    • 22:36 Luongo predicts that the entire banking system will implode like a nuclear weapon financially, forcing Powell to change his approach as Fed chair.
    • Lagarde managed credit spreads to prevent interest rate derivatives from causing bank failures, and it is evident that she has been successful in doing so.
    • Foreign central banks, particularly European ones, have been buying US treasuries to prevent a rapid rise in European debt and potential financial crises, but the US does not have a similar mechanism in place.
    • Reasonable banks like Silicon Valley Bank and first Republican got caught short because they expected Powell to Pivot, and as bad as the US commercial real estate market could be, the speaker predicts the entire banking system will implode like a nuclear weapon financially, forcing Powell to Pivot.
    • Powell’s actions as Fed chair, including implementing sopher and challenging the Davos agenda, suggest that he is intentionally fighting against the current monetary ideology and working towards a different agenda.
    • 26:26 Powell’s focus on raising interest rates and reducing leverage suggests he is preparing for potential bank implosions and a shift away from the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency, while his insistence on transitory inflation was a political move to secure his reconfirmation as Fed chairman.
    • Janet Yellen and Powell have different policies and ideologies, with Yellen being a globalist and the architect of the extended zero bound interest rate policy, leading to a conflict between them.
    • Powell’s intentional actions aim to rebuild the US and bring back the global dominance of the dollar, as countries east of the international north-south transport corridor are moving away from the dollar, resulting in more dollars being held overseas than domestically.
    • Powell’s focus on raising interest rates and reducing leverage in the system suggests that he is preparing for potential bank implosions and a shift away from the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
    • Powell’s insistence on transitory inflation was a political move to secure his reconfirmation as Fed chairman.
    • Powell’s position as chair of the fomc was secure despite his term expiring, and the transitory narrative was likely a response to political pressure, with the insider trading scandal involving Lail Brainerd being a factor.
    • 31:06 Powell is focused on strengthening the dollar and preventing the great reset agenda, but this may lead to a banking system collapse and consumer stress, while the European economy faces a threat of desperation and potential implosion, making it important for investors to monitor the European banking system and consider investing in cheap oil producers, gold, bonds, Bitcoin, and industrial metals.
    • Powell is trying to strengthen the dollar, rebuild the American economy, and prevent the great reset agenda, but this may lead to a banking system collapse with small banks going under and consumer stress.
    • The European Bond markets are facing a threat of desperation, and if the Bank of Japan ends yield curve control and quantitative easing, it could lead to the implosion of Europe’s economy and a flow of money into the United States.
    • Investors should consider investing in cheap oil producers, gold, and bonds, while closely monitoring the European banking system and the prices of copper and silver.
    • Copper and silver are indicating a potential low in commodity prices, with aluminum and silver expected to follow, and the speaker recommends investing in Bitcoin, gold, oil, and industrial metals, but does not provide a specific price forecast for gold.
    • No one can predict the future accurately, so it is pointless to speculate on it.
    • 35:53 💰 Gold prices predicted to reach $8,000 to $10,000 as dollar collapses, leading to market chaos; Federal Reserve may raise rates to 6%, causing potential bank failures.
    • Gold prices are predicted to reach $8,000 to $10,000 over the next few years, with potential for further increases if the dollar collapses, leading to a loss of faith in political systems and potential chaos in the markets.
    • Luongo discusses the possibility of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates to 6% and warns of potential bank failures, emphasizing the importance of the Fed’s true mission.

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