Turd Ferguson / Alasdair Macleod 9320 (Podcast)

Turd Ferguson / Alasdair Macleod 9320 (Podcast) from TFMR

Our old friend, Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney, stopped by today to discuss gold, inflation and central bank policy. On a day like today, where prices are being indiscriminately smashed, a podcast like this can be invaluable in helping you to maintain your focus upon The Big Picture.

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And that’s what we discuss today…The Little Picture and The Big Picture. To that end, I asked Alasdair to address:

  • the current action in the Comex metals and why CDG is trading tick-for-tick with the POSX
  • how price inflation is being dramatically miscalculated…we again refer to the Chapwood Index
  • what this means for real interest rates
  • and what the central banks will try next as they desperately seek higher levels of inflation as measured by their traditional metrics

In fact, Alasdair just spent a great deal of time writing about all of this and his latest research report was just posted to the GoldMoney website earlier today: https://www.goldmoney.com/research/goldmoney-insights/inflation-running-…

Thanks again to Alasdair for so generously sharing his time today. Please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen.

TF

 

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Craig Hemke, aka "Turd Ferguson," was a licensed securities "professional" for nearly twenty years. Disgruntled by the fraud known as "financial services", he retired to a career as a serial entrepreneur in 2008. Though otherworldly in his ability to forecast price movements, The Turd is NOT a soothsayer, a psychic or a witch. After all these years, he simply has a decent understanding of the forces at play in the precious metal "markets". You can reach The Turd by visiting the Contact page and selecting "Speak to The Turd" or you can simply send him an email at [email protected] If you are polite and not belligerently arrogant, he will probably answer you in short order. If he does not answer you, do not be offended. He's a busy guy and there are only so many hours in a day.