Commodities Setting Up To Boom Higher? | Rick Rule & Brien Lundin

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Despite starting the year off with stunning price increases, many commodities and the share prices of the companies that produce & service them have been beaten down over the past two months.

Many bruised resource investors are wondering if the worst is now over, or yet to come?

If you’re one of those folks, I’ve got good news for you.

Veteran hard asset investors Rick Rule and Brien Lundin are both so excited by the future prospects of this

sector that they pulled together an impromptu webinar this week to update their respective followers on why they think the current price action is a cyclical correction in a much larger secular bull market for commodities – meaning it’s offering a chance to buy in a very attractive valuations before prices resuming rising up to new highs .

Rick and Brien asked me to moderate the discussion, and because I did, they’ve kindly agreed to make the footage of the full event available to the Wealthion audience here.

Commodities & US Dollar Key Safe Havens Right Now | Rabobank’s Michael Every

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Yesterday we shared with you Part 1 of our interview with global strategist Michael Every.

In it, he explained why the geopolitical world order is Balkanizing – a process started before, but dramatically exacerbated, by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

He predicts the shock waves will disrupt trade, political alliances, financial markets, and the flow of the world’s critical resources.

So, what steps should we regular investors be taking now in preparation?

To hear his answers, watch Part 2 of our interview with Michael Every.

Commodity-Backed Currencies To Challenge Dollar Yen & Euro?

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The war in Ukraine may be a more destabilizing event than many realize.

According to GoldMoney’s head of Research Alasdair Macleod, it may be accelerating the evolution of a new monetary system comprised of commodity-backed currencies.

Alasdair predicts such a regime will favor countries like Russia and China, and threaten to fully expose the worsening problem of purchasing power devaluation that afflicts the current major world fiat currencies – like the dollar, yen & Euro.

Could such a momentous transition really be underway?

And if so, what will the implications be?

For a discussion that goes deep into the details, watch this fascinating new interview with Alasdair Macleod.