Our Phone# 800-225-3126

February 4,2020

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

“Gold Will Go To $2,500 Per Ounce” In The Next One to Three Years – Charles Nenner

◆ “Gold will go to $2,500 per ounce” renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner stands by his prediction of record gold prices. ◆ “Cycles show me that gold and silver will be going up for a couple of years. I take profits in a short term top, but … I am in for for the long term”... as “they will go much, much higher.” ◆ How much higher could gold go in the longer term? “I made the calculation that if the system breaks down and we have to go back to the gold standard, then gold would be around $60,000 per ounce” according to Nenner  ◆ “The problem is it can go to $1,890 and then suddenly to $1,470, and they get afraid and sell out and no more long term investment. . . . If you are strong enough, let it go to $2,500, but never get weak even if it goes down. Be a long term investor. . . .$2,500 gold could take three years.”... https://news.goldcore.com/gold-will-go-to-2500-per-ounce-in-the-next-one-to-three-years-charles-nenner/
Liquidity Panic Returns: Term-Repo Most Oversubscribed Since Start Of Repo Crisis As Fed Injects $94.5BN

This wasn't supposed to happen.

What Coronavirus?

Nasdaq is nearing its record highs as coronavirus cases and deaths explode exponentially, global supply chains collapse, and the world's second biggest economy is basically shutdown...

 

Mania Returns, Futures Soar After China Halts Selloff

The euphoria is baaaaaack.

Crude Rebounds And Stocks VAULT Higher.. By Gregory Mannarino
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=ZtAcfyT9FLU&feature=emb_logo
The Strongest Seasonal Advance In Precious Metals Stocks Begins Now

...it's that time of year again.

 

Sink The European Union! Deutsche Bank Crashes To Massive €5.7bn Loss

The German banking giant has now posted losses for five consecutive years. Deutsche has struggled with misconduct scandals, failed US growth plans and an abortive merger with rival Commerzbank.

 

5 powerful tech companies now make up 18% of the stock market — here’s why this could be a bad thing

We are here to say that yes, there is life outside of investing in Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Facebook. Unfortunately, most investors don’t agree — and it could end badly for them at some point. Those five powerful tech companies now comprise a hearty 18% of the S&P 500’s market cap, points out Goldman Sachs strategist David Kostin.

 

Fed policymakers broadly see eye to eye on 2020 outlook

In their first remarks in the new year, heads of several regional Fed banks noted a strong job market, robust consumer spending and a rising optimism for a resolution to the trade tensions that had nicked growth in the second half of 2019. And after cutting interest rates three times last year to bring the Fed’s target to a range of 1.5% to 1.75% and ensure global headwinds didn’t short-circuit the longest U.S. economic expansion in history, “I think most of us think that we are well-calibrated now,” Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester said in an interview on the sidelines of an economics conference in San Diego. Based on forecasts of her fellow policymakers on the Fed’s rate-setting committee, she said, “the committee thinks a flat path (for interest rates)... is appropriate.”...  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-fed-barkin-idUSKBN1Z21N4 

 

U.S. finalizes rule to slap duties on countries that undervalue currencies

The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday finalized a new rule to impose anti-subsidy duties on products from countries that it has determined undervalue their currencies against the dollar, including potentially China. The move could provide a fresh irritant in U.S.-China trade talks just weeks after the world’s two largest economies signed a Phase 1 trade agreement…

 

MEANWHILE: Quite a few articles from SCMP (South China Morning Post), which appears to be “opening up” its news on the crisis. To suggest that what we know about Wuhan may just be the tip of the iceberg is some statement for a Chinese paper. Just last week they could have been arrested for spreading false rumors. SCMP may be based in Hong Kong, but it is owned by Alibaba. 

China Death Toll Hits 427 As New Cases In Hubei Increase By Record High (SCMP)

Chinese Military Takes Control Of Medical Supplies In Wuhan (SCMP)

Coronavirus Tally In Epicentre Wuhan May Be ‘Just The Tip Of The Iceberg’ (SCMP)

‘Striking’ Coronavirus Mutations Found Within One Family Cluster (SCMP)

MORE:  Coronavirus: China Admits ‘Shortcomings And Deficiencies’ (BBC)

Coronavirus Found On Doorknob Of Infected Patient (ZH)

Gordon Chang: Chinese Authorities Falsifying Coronavirus Death Toll (SAC)

Crisis-O-Rama (Jim Kunstler)

 

Netanyahu secretly meets with Arab Muslim leader of Sudan to discuss normalization of relations. Dramatic breakthrough with key former enemy. Here’s what we know so far.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met secretly with the new leader of Sudan for the first time. The story is just breaking — no photos yet, and we’ll surely learn more in the days ahead — but Sudan now seems to be saying “yes” to relations with Israel.

 

Navy, Shin Bet thwart attempted weapons smuggling into Gaza from Sinai

The Israeli Navy has thwarted an attempt to smuggle weapons into the Gaza Strip from the northern area of the Sinai Peninsula… The joint operation with the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) took place three months ago and saw troops from the Navy’s 916th Flotilla based in Ashdod intercept a vessel suspected to be smuggling weapons into the blockaded Palestinian coastal enclave.

 

UAE finds new natural gas field between Abu Dhabi, Dubai

The United Arab Emirates on Monday announced the discovery of a natural gas field containing 80 trillion standard cubic feet of gas between Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Authorities said the new Jebel Ali field would help the Emirates become more energy independent, as the UAE now imports natural gas from Qatar for electricity.

Leave your comment