Best Bang for Your Buck in the Stock Market | Midas Letter RAW
They say when your neighbours out of work it’s a recession, when you’re out of work it’s a depression. Thankfully, workers’ filings for unemployment benefits in the US dropped to new lows since the pandemic started. Q1 GDP also came in with a healthy 6.4% growth rate.
What does this mean for the economy and major markets? Are there certain stocks/cryptos/commodities we have our eyes on?
Watch Midas Letter RAW to get the best bang for your buck(s) within the stock market.
00:00 – Midas Letter RAW
02:39 – Interview with Stone Castle Investment Portfolio Manager Bruce Campbell
14:30 – GTEC Holdings
15:55 – Volatility across asset prices
18:00 – Lumber futures chart
18:41 – Copper futures chart
19:55 – Voxtur Analytics (VXTRF) chart
21:07 – Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) chart
22:00 – USD threat of losing status as default global reserve currency
23:45 – Amazon acquiring MGM
29:12 – Interview with Deloitte Canada Partner Dale Hooper
46:20 – James receiving a micro cultivator licence
50:55 – Gold price
52:40 – US Copper (USCU)
58:15 – Bitcoin (BTC) & Ethereum (ETH)
58:29 – Audience questions
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