If JPMorgan Allows It... | Ed Steer Gold and Silver Daily

Hello to all the Metals and Markets listeners and viewers out there.

The gold and silver markets thus far this week have been moving mostly sideways even as trade discussions with China seem to be breaking down and the threat of increased tariffs a very realistic and soon possibility.

I am traveling this Friday, May 10th, 2019 and consequently, this week's interview got recorded a few days prior on Wednesday, May 8th, 2019.

The silver spot price is trading just $15 oz while the gold spot price is hovering around the $1,284 oz level in fiat Federal Reserve notes.

The gold-silver ratio is still historically high hovering around the 86 level at the moment.

This week we are welcoming a first-time guest to the show, a man with multiple decades of investing experience and documentation of the precious metals markets, Mr. Ed Steer.

Ed has been an outspoken critic of the precious metals price discovery complex and commercial bank concentration. His comments on the ongoing Department of Justice prosecution of ex-JP Morgan precious metals traders is worthy of your ears.

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Welcome to this week's Metals & Markets podcast I am you host James Anderson of SD Bullion.

With us this week, a first time guest to the show, he is Mr. Ed Steer of Ed Steer's Gold and Silver Digest.

Ed, thanks for coming on the show.

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If you wouldn't mind, how did you get involved in the precious metals markets?

How long have you been producing your daily column?

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You have long been involved and associated with the Gold Anti-Trust Committee, how did that come about?

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Swinging back to more current day precious metal related topics.

What did you take away from the final Bart Chilton interview before his passing away?

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What do you think is happening regarding the continued delay in the US Department of Justice prosecution of John Edwards and other potential directors at JP Morgan's precious metal trading desk?

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What has surprised you most over the last decade in the precious metal and financial sector?

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I am sure you have noticed this recent trend in Modern Monetary Theory talk growing. What future market interventions might we expect coming down the pike?

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How do you expect precious metals will perform in the coming decade (the 2020s)?

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How can listeners learn more about your work?

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Thanks for coming on the show Ed.