30+ year participants in precious metals are dumping their exposure and chasing bitcoin and other crypto currencies.  Meanwhile, the May 25th Comex expiration for the June contract was addressed in the last week with a large batch of new short interest contract issuance to meet rising demand so as to keep a lid on gold’s upside.  But a funny thing happened.  The cartel has failed to push gold down.  This is an extremely positive development.  

In the following outstanding interview my colleague Jason Barack asks Mr. Murphy probing questions.   This is listening time well spent.  – Eric Dubin

Will the ‘Deep State’ war on Trump end up creating a confidence crisis that takes down the stock market?  Jason Burack and Eric Dubin assess the upcoming ‘dog days of summer.’  It’s getting pretty hot in Washington, D.C.

Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed first time guest, the former Presidential Candidate in 2008 and 2012, author, long time US Congressman and the face of the liberty movement in the US, Dr. Ron Paul.

During this 20+ minute interview Jason asks Bill questions about a global US Dollar shortage, whether China will have to devalue its currency 20-30% to bailout its state owned banks and municipalities, if he is heavily short a lot of stocks yet, how overvalued the stock market is, if the Fed can reduce its ~$4.5 trillion balance sheet and how the economy on Main St is doing with so many retail stores shutting down in 2017.

With cruise missiles flying into Syria and North Korea is in Trump’s crosshairs, what the heck is going on?  Eric Dubin and Jason Burack cut through the geopolitical fog and tie it back to market action.

Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St welcomes back returning guest, Phil Kennedy of Kennedy Financial (link).  Phil hosts a weekly show with his brother John, celebrating the the 100th episode of the Kennedy Financial Podcast with a special interview of Dr. Ron Paul (click here for Dr. Paul interview).

We’re at the tail-end of a massive asset inflation and the economy is 8 years into a weak recovery – long in the tooth!  

Back from a recent trip to China, Jim Rickards discusses how the Asian giant is increasingly concerned about friction with America and what Chinese policy makers are doing in response to trade and military policy, and how physical gold demand fits into the picture.  Not all is as the mainstream media would have you believe.  Tune into this outstanding exclusive interview, here:

Trump wants a weak dollar but the Fed will raise interest rates.  Peter Boockvar discusses how this and other forces will collide in 2017.  The latest Wall St. For Main St. podcast is now live: