The DailyGold Podcast

The DailyGold Podcast

TheDailyGold Podcast is hosted by Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT, MFTA. Our coverage focuses on the precious metals sector, the junior mining industry, global capital markets and the global macroeconomic world that impacts said markets and industries. Our guests are top industry analysts and experts in the form of analysts, newsletter writers and fund managers. If you like what you hear, please take a minute to leave a review on iTunes.

How to Structure a Junior Portfolio

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Here are some tips on how to structure a diversified junior portfolio for the purpose of growth of capital. Click Here to Learn More About TheDailyGold Premium

Warren Buffett Buys Gold

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The Buffet news and there’s also news that David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital bought GDX, are signals of the mainstream starting to adopt and recognize the new bull market in Gold and precious metals. These guys don’t buy expensive things and they aren’t flippers.  Click Here for Info on TheDailyGold Premium

3 Things You Should Do Now

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Precious Metals have had a great run but they are going to correct now. Many juniors have been relatively weak since the middle of last week. Gold & Silver likely peaked Monday. Silver is underperforming Gold now. What do you before or during a correction in a bull market? Click Here for Info on TheDailyGold … Continue reading “3 Things You Should Do Now”

Covid19 Not a Catalyst, but Accelerant for Gold

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Greg Weldon discusses recent events and his outlook for Gold, Silver, gold stocks, energy and the stock market. Get Greg’s 30 minute video special on Gold for $30 here: https://www.e-junkie.com/i/zg8q

Big Move in Gold 2-3 Years Away

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Jeffrey Christian, founder and managing partner of CPM Group discusses the Gold market for us and his projections over the coming years. Jeffrey’s Website

The Acceleration Phase in Gold & Silver is Not That Far Off

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David Morgan joins us to talk about where precious metals are currently, how it compares to the past and the potential for an acceleration phase in the not too distant future. David Morgan’s Website David Morgan’s Twitter

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