July 1, 2022

Are You Really Still Debating Gold vs Bitcoin? | ML Daily ft Barrick Gold & Voxtur Analytics

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Are You Really Still Debating Gold vs Bitcoin? | ML Daily ft Barrick Gold & Voxtur Analytics
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James West & Ed Milewski discuss the major news stories and deliver the stock market recap for the short holiday week ending July 1, 2022.

Happy Canada Day & Fourth of July Long Weekend!

Transcript

Ⓜ️ Midas Letter Daily (00:00)

⁉️ Audience Questions (02:38)

πŸ€ Bitcoin bounce or further drop? (02:40)

πŸ“Š Q2 earnings reports? (03:00)

πŸ“‰ Shorting or holding cash? (03:20)

⛽️ Oil price prediction? (04:29)

βš–οΈ Fed has markets under control? (06:07)

🏷 Most oversold industries? (07:24)

🧾 Buy Bonds? (08:51)

⚠️ VIX index peak? (09:17)

πŸ”Ÿ 10-year treasury rate (12:22)

πŸͺ™ Bitcoin $BTC & crypto (13:12)

πŸ₯‡ Barrick Gold (TSE:ABX, NYSE:GOLD) CEO Mark Bristow Interview (15:19)

πŸ“ˆ Barrick Gold chart (26:08)

πŸ… Gold (26:21)

🏘 Voxtur Analytics (CVE:VXTR, OTCMKTS:VXTRF) Exec Chair Gary Yeoman Interview (29:42)

πŸ“ˆ Voxtur chart (40:20)

🧸 Almost at market lows? (40:48)

πŸ›’ Oil price (46:15)

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US Midterms & Fed Rate Changes (46:58)

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