Osisko Metals (OM)

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INK Ultra Money: The Fed will not be able to stop inflation

Heading into the weekend we have a fantastic Real Vision episode with dollar bear Ben Melkman who is interviewed by dollar bull Raoul Pal. It makes for a great conversation where Ben does a good job challenging Raoul's dollar shortage thesis. Nevertheless, they find some common ground when it comes to gold which Ben describes as a high-quality bet. Ben also explains how the Fed is backing itself into a corner on the inflation front.

A weaker greenback would be welcome news for G-economy stocks

Where's Wares investing?

The trajectory has been mostly down for mining stocks since gold topped out at US$1,900 an ounce in 2011. The bear market has been even grimmer for exploration companies, which are now competing with marijuana and blockchain plays for risk capital. The long downward slide is reflected in the underperformance of the TSX Venture Exchange, which has plummeted from 2,400 in February 2011 to about 600 today.
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