“Incredible Dysfunction.” What The U.S. Shutdown Means For Gold And Silver

“Incredible Dysfunction.” What The U.S. Shutdown Means For Gold And Silver, Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 18, 2019)

Interviewed by Craig Hemke, Sprott Money News

In a week where gold went “nowhere fast”, all indications still point to a strong year ahead. Eric Sprott is back to break down all the gold and silver news you need to keep your eye on the long-term ball.

On this edition of the Wrap-Up, you’ll hear: 

  • The report that “took the starch out of” gold and silver
  • The good sign from Goldman Sachs
  • Plus: why 2019 could be 2011 all over again

 

“So far, gold’s hanging right in there… Fingers crossed, I think we’re still in good shape here. I love the fact the Chinese are buying, the Russians are buying, the Turkish Central Bank’s buying. There are so many different entrants in this market. And ETFs have been pretty firm too, so I think the outlook is improving by the day.” 

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“Incredible Dysfunction.” What The U.S. Shutdown Means For Gold And Silver, Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 18, 2019)

Interviewed by Craig Hemke, Sprott Money News

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