INK Ultra Money: Real Vision precious metals series

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The Real Vision precious metals series continues Tuesday. Yesterday, Lyn Alden of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy provided a macro analysis of gold and silver by comparing historically their prices relative to money supply, interest rates, and equity valuations. Meanwhile, Ron William makes the case for a bullish precious metals environment using technical indicators and chart patterns (premium video).

Today, Peter Cecchini, founder of AlphaOmega Advisors, LLC, joins Real Vision managing editor Ed Harrison in a premium interview to make the case for gold as a substitute for Treasury bonds.

While he also believes silver can benefit, he is not so sure about bitcoin.

INK ventured into the cryptocurrency space Monday looking at recent activity in BIGG Digital Assets (BIGG) while today it visited the agriculture area with a cautious take on Ag Growth International (AFN).

Also on INK Ultra Money today, Kiril Sokoloff interviews Weijian Shan, Chairman and CEO of PAG and the Managing Partner of PAG Asia Capital. In the premium interview we learn that while the economic reform process in China may have slowed down, it has not stopped.
 

Sokoloff manages to get Shan's take on the Hong Kong national security law, a discussion which reveals the uphill battle now facing the pro-democracy movement.

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