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COMMODITIES, MARKETS, PRECIOUS METALS, STOCKS

Brien Lundin

Executive Editor,

Gold Newsletter

  • Editor, Gold Newsletter, Oldest Metals Advisory
  • Host of 47-Year-Old New Orleans Conference
  • 35 Years Analyzing Metals & Mining Markets

About Brien

Brien Lundin is executive editor of Gold Newsletter and host of the famed New Orleans Investment Conference. He draws on four decades of experience in investment analysis and publishing to deliver uniquely profitable advice to his readers. For 50 years, Gold Newsletter has provided serious investors with a behind-the-scenes view into the precious metals and resource stock markets, and consistently led its readers to profits of a degree rarely found elsewhere.

Brien's Articles

Gold and silver both nose-dived last Friday thanks to a surprisingly good jobs report and news that China didn’t buy gold in May. Both rebounded a bit, but the status of central bank buying (and the People’s Bank of China specifically) going forward remains a big question mark, says Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter.
As someone who has followed the markets for a very long time and learned from many of the smartest investors to play the game, I’ve learned that one thing you never do is say these words: “This time is different.” But I’m saying it now. The current gold market is like nothing we’ve seen before, with different drivers and different results, counsels Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter.
Even when you know it’s coming at some point, the shock of a market sell-off like what we saw recently in gold is still unsettling. After seven weeks of dizzying gains with few interruptions, gold had gotten tremendously overbought. The good news as I write is that this medicine, while harsh going down, was just what the doctor ordered for this gold market, writes Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter.
I’ve covered the gold market and talked about it to investors and media for the better part of 40 years, but I’ve never recommended the metal as urgently as I am now. There are three simple and compelling reasons: Debt…debt…and more debt, advises Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter.

Brien's Videos

Inflation has peaked—for now—but it looks unlikely to ever drop as low as the Fed's target level, yet the central bank has apparently done everything it can do without breaking the markets, the financial system and the economy. What are the investments that can beat inflation over the long term, especially with a powerless Fed? Our panel will provide strategies and specific picks.

The Fed is nearing the end of its rate-hike campaign, with three powerful factors preventing any further tightening. I'll show how this event will prove extraordinarily bullish for metals not just because of looser monetary policy, but also because Powell and the FOMC will have failed in their goal to bring inflation down to their target levels.

Though the shiny metal has been a means of payment and wealth transfer for over 5,000 years, gold's days are now numbered according to many experts due to the augment of digital currencies—and specifically—the granddaddy of them all, bitcoin.

But, other experts believe that powerful macro and monetary drivers make much higher gold prices inevitable, with the turning point appearing to be imminent thanks to strict limitations on what the Fed can do to fight inflation.

Watch LIVE as Bill Taylor, Brien Lundin, and Robert Helms debate whether gold is still the go-to investment for long-term store of wealth or if digital currencies—and specifically bitcoin—are where the future of investing lies!




Global macro-economics, war, and COVID spawned supply disruptions have transformed the landscape for metals and all commodities. Here's how to make sense of it all, and profit from this powerful trend.


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