Gold and Silver: The Least Burnt Trees in a Wildfire

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Real VisionAugust 17, 2020
Lyn Alden of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy is joined by Ron William of RW Advisory to kick off Real Vision’s weeklong coverage of precious metals. Alden conducts a macro analysis of gold and silver by comparing historically their prices relative to money supply, interest rates, and equity valuations, while William conducts his analysis using technical indicators and chart patterns. William thinks this rally in precious metals is nowhere close to over while Alden expresses a more moderate bullish case: she wants to own gold and silver, but not at any price. Alden and William also discuss the state of economic recovery worldwide, mining stocks, Bitcoin, as well as potential catalysts for more price action. Filmed on August 13, 2020.
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