Silver and gold close this week a bit higher than last.
The silver spot price is just over $14.60 oz in fiat US dollar terms.
While the spot price of gold is likely to close around the $1,286 oz mark in fully fiat Federal Reserve notes.
This week we are pleased to welcome a new guest to this bullion podcast. I think you will find his comments on China, the current financial climate, and bullion bullishness insightful.
Tavi Ocosta, from Crescat Capital, will be joining us after this brief message from our show’s sponsor.
Welcome to this week's Metals & Markets podcast, I am your host James Anderson of SD Bullion.
With us this week, a first time guest to the show, Mr. Otavio Costa, a global macro analyst for Crescat Capital.
Tavi thanks for taking the time, and welcome to the show.
Your background and introduction.
You all’s perspective on gold at the moment?
Other views on possibly other precious metals such as silver, platinum, even palladium.
Bullish gold, there have been fundamental reasons for years to be this way.
Why now especially and timing wise?
What other sectors are you all eyeing and or positioning your investors?
What are your 2020s view on the fiat US dollar versus other major currencies?
Are any fiat currencies other than precious metals that you all deem to be safer havens?
How can people find you, follow your works?
Tavi Ocosta’s twitter handle - https://twitter.com/TaviCosta
Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH1gkvmtAWe85N4qHmXlDug
Crescat Capital’s quarterly letters - https://www.crescat.net/perspectives/investor-letters
Thanks again to Tavi and you listeners out there for tuning in.
Until next week.