In this episode, we examine the recent market conditions across stocks, commodities and currencies. During our feature, we discuss the recent volatility in Oil and the contango that has developed in the futures market. In the first time in the history of oil, the WTI contract traded for negative prices, moving all the way to -$40 per barrel on the May contract. Lastly, we play a game of buy or sell during.
In this episode, we welcome Pete Thomas to discuss topics gold, palladium, the Coronavirus outbreak, and Fed policy.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we are going to discuss Seasonality and Sector Rotation with Coaches Noah Davidson and Gino Poore. Oil, natural gas, stocks… we got the whole package.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we discuss the book ‘Aftermath’ by James Rickards. This book examines the state of economics today after the financial markets crisis forced bankers to drop interest rates drastically and print money to inflate asset prices.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we bring Coach Tyler Craig on for an interview about a range of topics from market cycles, how to handle volatility, the proper role of insurance and more.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, we welcome Pete Thomas from Zaner Metals to discuss the current market conditions including the metal’s markets, cryptocurrency and more. Pete’s a favorite guest of the podcast, and this interview is a can’t miss.
In this episode of the Trading Justice Podcast, the team welcomes Peter Hug to discuss the metals markets, gold, silver, palladium and more. Peter has been involved in precious metals since 1974. He brings extensive experience, wit and wisdom to a discussion about investing in the markets.
Gold has been around longer than many currencies. In fact, currencies have used gold to back themselves. On episode 290 of the Trading Justice Podcast, Pete Thomas stops by from the come commodities trading floor to fill us in with the latest from the world of precious metals Description Gold has been around longer than…