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How does the Ukraine conflict play into the world's changing balance of power? Stephen Leeb, CEO of Leeb Capital Management, argues this is a turning point for the United States. The nation can no longer spend its way out of problems. He says the United States is not as self-sufficient as it once was and relies, in particular, too heavily on other countries for commodities.

Gold Bull Resources (TSX.V: GBRC) (OTCQB: GBRCF) finished its drill program in June at their Sandman project in Nevada and is still awaiting assay results. In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, CEO Cherie Leeden says that in the meantime, the company has engaged a highly reputable mining engineer in Nevada to begin their scoping study.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/ukraine-the-turning-point-in-americas-geopolitical-ascendancy/

Robert Lawson, a clinical professor of economics at the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University and co-author of the Economic Freedom of the World index report, explains that the hit to average global freedom will be worse than in the 2008 financial crisis.

Jamie Keech, executive chairman of Vida Carbon, discusses the new paradigm of carbon credits in the voluntary market in our weekly Inventa Capital update.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/covid-19-inflicts-bloodbath-on-economic-freedom/

For decades, Canada was one of the top 10 countries in the world for economic freedom but has slipped away in recent years. Fred McMahon, a resident fellow with the Fraser Institute, states that the data from the institute's newest report indicates that the trend continues to worsen, primarily due to government overspending.

In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, Chairman Leo Hathaway of Golden Shield Resources (CSE: GSRI) announces that the company has just closed a C$6.3 million private placement. They also have nine additional drill targets for their Mazoa Hill project in southwestern Guyana.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/why-canada-is-slipping-for-economic-freedom/

Daniele Bianchi, an associate professor at Queen Mary University of London, explains the recent cryptocurrency crash and walks us through a series of related topics ranging from the rise and proliferation of stablecoins to the development of central bank digital currencies.

In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, Chris Donaldson, the executive chairman of TinOne (TSXV: TORC), gives us an update on the company's first drill results from its Great Pyramid project in Tasmania, Australia. He also discusses the samples and mapping that the company has done for its second project, Aberfoyle.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/the-good-the-bad-the-ugly-of-the-crypto-crash/

How long will the US dollar last in light of the record inflation we have seen this year? James Turk, founder of Goldmoney and writer of the Free Gold Money Report, explains that the US dollar is in the closing stages of a long-term bubble and elaborates on the role technology will play in the future of currency.

Michael Konnert, director and CEO of Vizsla Silver (TSXV: VZLA | NYSE: VZLA), discusses the firm’s discovery of the Copala Vein in their Panuco project in Mexico and its subsequent drilling results in our latest Inventa Capital segment.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-the-us-dollar-will-end/

Gwen Preston, founder and editor of Resource Maven, discusses her plans and expectations for the other side of the bear market. Major factors include the Fed's monetary policy, an inflation-fighting recession, and the looming copper supply shortage that will result in skyrocketing prices.

Chairman Leo Hathaway of Golden Shield Resources (CSE: GSRI) announces the company’s second round of drill results from their Mazoa Hill target in southwestern Guyana and their new financing strategy. He expects their OTC option for Americans to become available in three to four weeks.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/what-the-green-revolution-will-demand-from-miners/

Jordan Roy-Byrne, editor and publisher of the Daily Gold, predicts that the Fed will have to stop hiking rates and cut them within a year, which could trigger an earth-shattering breakout for precious metals that drives gold to over $4,000 by the end of 2024.

Gold Bull Resources (TSX.V: GBRC) (OTCQB: GBRCF) is actively drilling at their Sandman project in Nevada and awaiting assay results to become available in the next two months. In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, CEO Cherie Leeden explains her company’s Australian mining methodology and its advantages over the North American approach.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/the-fed-move-that-will-bring-a-historic-gold-breakout/

Why is the Great Reset and stakeholder capitalism pertinent to the mining sector? Greg McCoach, CEO of American Gold Exchange, Inc. and publisher of the Mining Speculator, states that mining companies face pressure to adopt these agendas for fear of being maligned by the media and society at large. 

He concludes with his own speculation and predictions regarding the elites’ underlying agenda and intentions for humanity and what we can do to prepare ourselves.

In our weekly Inventa Capital update, Cameron Tymstra, CEO and president of Tarachi Gold (CSE: TRG | OTCQB: TRGGF), discusses his recent trip to the firm’s Magistral project in Durango, Mexico, with the Ausenco engineering team. They are finalizing the engineering and design work for the mill, which marks a big step forward in pushing their asset into production.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-to-beat-the-great-reset/

Why is the junior mining sector struggling? Jeff Clark, a senior precious metals analyst at GoldSilver.com, says that in order to answer that question, we must look at who has been selling. According to him, the predominant sellers have been retail investors rather than institutional ones. He believes that now is the time to buy while prices are still low.

Chairman Leo Hathaway of Golden Shield Resources (CSE: GSRI) announces the company’s second round of drill results from their Mazoa Hill target in southwestern Guyana and their new financing strategy. He expects their OTC option for Americans to become available in three to four weeks.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/fundamentals-lift-a-gold-bugs-spirits/

Why should gold bugs pay attention to silver? David Morgan, publisher of The Morgan Report and author of “The Silver Manifesto,” explains that silver has outperformed gold historically during times of economic crisis and has wide industrial uses. He believes that current trends indicate a severe drop in supply relative to demand by 2030.

Gold Bull Resources (TSX.V: GBRC) (OTCQB: GBRCF) is actively drilling at their Sandman project in Nevada and awaiting assay results to become available in the next two months. In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, CEO Cherie Leeden explains her company’s Australian mining methodology and its advantages over the North American approach.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/when-silver-beats-gold/

Bill Holter, a precious metals broker and partner with Jim Sinclair, discusses the motive behind the gold and silver market manipulation. He explains how investors can better safeguard themselves by purchasing and holding on to physical gold and silver, considering mining shares for leverage, and avoiding paper assets.

In our weekly sponsor segment, Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals (TSX-V: HSTR) (OTCQX: HSTXF), discusses the firm’s progress with its high-grade gold project in Unga and its plans for drilling the Centennial deposit. They are expecting results in July.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-to-protect-from-precious-metals-market-manipulation/

Robert (Bob) Burr, president and CEO of PANEX, has been involved in oil and gas exploration since 1971. He shares the risks, opportunities, and adventures investors should consider when investing in this sector, especially when doing so with smaller companies.

Vida Carbon is a new royalty and streaming company focused on the carbon credit sector. Jamie Keech, executive chairman of Vida Carbon, explains how lucrative the royalty model is for investors and how quickly the carbon credit space is growing.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/the-people-matter-most-in-oil-and-gas-exploration/

What is driving the latest drop in gold prices, and how should we invest accordingly? Daniel Oliver, founder of Myrmikan Capital, shares his personal strategy of avoiding margin debt and investing in resilient mining developments that can retain their assets during prolonged downtime to rebound when production resumes.

TinOne (TSXV:TORC) is a newly listed mining exploration company that currently has two tin projects in Tasmania, Great Pyramid and Aberfoyle. Chris Donaldson, the executive chairman, discusses the soaring price of tin in recent years and the drilling that has begun at the company’s Great Pyramid project.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/the-market-manipulation-concealing-a-mining-breakout/

David Skarica, founder and editor of Addicted to Profits, is a self-described tax refugee who relocated to the Bahamas from Canada in 2005. David believes that the stock market will be in a bust phase for the next six to 12 months, and he discusses opportunities for investors to make significant profits.

Chairman Leo Hathaway of Golden Shield Resources (CSE: GSRI) announces the initial drill results for Toucan Creek, one of eight prospects at the company’s flagship Marudi Mountain gold project in southwestern Guyana, adjacent to their current drill program in Mazoa Hill.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/reflections-of-a-canadian-tax-refugee/

Roman Skaskiw, a US war veteran and entrepreneur who lived in Ukraine for a decade, clears up myths about the war in Ukraine. He explains that Russia had expansionary ambitions well before talk of Ukrainian membership in NATO.

Outback Goldfields (TSX-V: OZ) (FSE: S600) (OTCQB: OZBKF) has completed the initial phase of exploration at the Yeungroon property in the historic Victorian Goldfields region. In our weekly sponsor segment, CEO Chris Donaldson explains that the firm has begun some initial drilling and is looking to expand the project before they begin diamond drilling.

Show Notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/us-entrepreneur-leaves-ukraine-unravels-russias-talking-points/

Why do bubbles still prevail in an era of ubiquitous information? Alex J. Pollock, a senior fellow with the Mises Institute, makes the case that fundamental uncertainty in finance and economics is unavoidable.

Vizsla Silver (TSXV:VZLA) (NYSE: VZLA) has put out its maiden silver mineral resource, equivalent to 106 million ounces, from its Panuco project in Mexico and has made several new discoveries as well as an extension of the Napoleon vein, CEO Mike Konnert explains in our weekly sponsor segment.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/why-you-can-bet-on-another-bubble-popping/

Canadian mining companies have experienced a decline in investments since the repeal of the tick test in 2012. Terry Lynch, CEO of Power Nickel and founder of Save Canadian Mining, explains how the advocacy group is taking the initiative to end predatory short selling in the stock market by working with securities regulators to reinstate the tick test.

In our weekly Inventa Capital update, Cameron Tymstra, CEO and president of Tarachi Gold (CSE: TRG | OTCQB: TRGGF), explains that the final metallurgical tests for the Magistral project in Mexico are currently underway. In support of Magistral’s development, Tarachi Gold has brought on a new vice president of operations, Todd Roth, who has over three decades of experience in the mining industry.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/save-canadian-mining-what-will-restore-trust-in-capital-markets/

Academics like Howard Zinn deliberately manipulated historical evidence to turn impressionable young people against their own country. Scholar Mary Grabar, PhD, exposes the Marxist objectives of both Howard Zinn’s work and Nicole Hanna-Jones’s 1619 project.

Heliostar Metals (TSX-V: HSTR | OTC: HSTXF) is in the middle of drilling at their Cumaro project in Mexico. CEO Charles Funk explains what investors can expect in our weekly Inventa Capital update.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-faux-history-targets-american-capitalism/

Many conventional portfolio managers are trained in Keynesian economics and do not place much emphasis on the mining sector. Robert Van Gilder, a market expert, private investor, and speculator, makes the case that mining stocks are less risky than the S&P 500 and that gold stocks will exceed all-time-highs as the Fed continues to print money.

Gold Bull Resources (TSX.V: GBRC) (OTCQB: GBRCF) has two projects in Nevada, Sandman and Big Balds. In our weekly Inventa Capital segment, CEO Cherie Leeden explains that the first assay results are imminent for the Sandman project, and the firm is looking for brand-new discoveries.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/why-mining-is-the-last-escape-from-bubble-economies/

The OECD has pressured nations to adopt tax harmonization policies. Daniel J. Mitchell, the co-founder of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity, explains that whenever politicians discuss some form of tax harmonization, we can be 100 percent confident that they are always talking about raising taxes rather than lowering them.

Golden Shield Resources (CSE: GSRI) is a newly listed gold exploration company that has three projects in Guyana, South America. In our weekly sponsor segment, Chairman Leo Hathaway discusses the company’s flagship project in Marudi Mountain, which hosts a historical gold resource and is currently undergoing resource expansion and exploration drilling.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/tax-harmonization-a-ploy-to-pick-your-pocket/

While everyone seems to be losing in the Ukraine-Russia conflict, one sector has triumphed: commodities. John Feneck, a portfolio manager and founder of Feneck Consulting, explains that the commodities market was already in a rally before any discussions with Russia; however, the conflict has poured gas on the fire.

Outback Goldfields (TSX-V: OZ) (FSE: S600) (OTCQB: OZBKF) has four exploration projects in Australia’s historic Victorian Goldfields. In our weekly sponsor segment, CEO Chris Donaldson explains that the firm has resumed drilling in Yeungroon just before Christmas and will run a similar program in Ballarat West in the near future.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/commodities-are-winners-in-russia-ukraine-conflict/

The Austrian School of Economics is gaining traction in business schools and the political sphere alike. Per Bylund, PhD, a Mises Fellow and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University, explains the appeal of the Austrian School in that it offers an alternative means to understanding financial crises and how free markets work.

Vizlsa Silver (TSXV:VZLA | NYSE: VZLA) has discovered two new ore bodies in Napoleon and Tajitos, and the firm is expanding from 10 rigs to 13 rigs in 2022 for their newly consolidated project in The Austrian School of Economics is gaining traction in business schools and the political sphere alike. Per Bylund, PhD, a Mises Fellow and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University, explains the appeal of the Austrian School in that it offers an alternative means to understanding financial crises and how free markets work.

Vizlsa Silver (TSXV:VZLA) (NYSE: VZLA) has discovered two new ore bodies in Napoleon and Tajitos, and the firm is expanding from 10 rigs to 13 rigs in 2022 for their newly consolidated project in Mexico, CEO Mike Konnert explains in our weekly sponsor segment.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/the-case-for-the-austrian-school-of-economics/

Political correctness has become a secular religion in business and academia. Loretta Breuning, founder of the Inner Mammal Institute and professor emerita of management at California State University, East Bay, wrote a book on the subject and explains the influences and motivations of those who submit to conformity versus those who do not.

Gold Bull Resources (TSX.V: GBRC) (OTCQB: GBRCF) has begun drilling at its Sandman project in Nevada. CEO Cherie Leeden explains what investors can expect in our weekly Inventa Capital update.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/how-to-escape-political-correctness

The pandemic has accelerated the trend towards centralization and the abdication of liberties in Canada. Andrew Moran, a writer and reporter with the Epoch Times and Liberty Nation News, details how mandates and lockdowns are hurting investment and the economic prospect for new generations.

Heliostar Metals (TSX-V: HSTR | OTC: HSTXF) is in the middle of a drilling program in Mexico. CEO Charles Funk explains what investors can expect in our weekly Inventa Capital update.

Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/canadas-road-to-serfdom/

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The Gold Newsletter Podcast, hosted by Fergus Hodgson and Brien Lundin, is your home for investment, economics, and geopolitics. It is a project of Jefferson Companies, which publishes Gold Newsletter and hosts the New Orleans Investment Conference. For show notes, go to goldnewsletter.com/podcast/.