“The US dollar’s strength isn’t so much a function of the strength of the US economy or US political leadership, but rather, the fact that we’re competing in a horse race against a bunch of other horses that are completely lame.”
Rick Rule – Rule Investment Media
The former President and CEO of Sprott, was last on the show at the beginning of February, so it’s an understatement to say he and GoldCore TV host Dave Russell had a few things to catch up on!
From US dollar strength (it’s all relative) to the price of gold through to how Rick is advising investors right now, Dave asks the former President and CEO of Sprott all the questions to help you better navigate these trying times.
If you enjoy this interview then perhaps you’d like to watch The M3 Report, our flagship show on all things metals, markets and money. Our latest episode features Mr Rick Rule himself and the GoldCore team ask why current UK financial policy is an absolute ‘clusterfudge’, these days.
Stephen Flood is the CEO of GoldCore. He is a former Wall Street equity trader and FinTech expert. He has been involved in the precious metals markets since 2004 and has appeared as an expert contributor on CNBC, CNN, BBC, RTE & Bloomberg TV and has had articles published in the Irish Times, Irish Independent and The Sunday Business Post.
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