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This interview was filmed on December 13, 2021.
Veteran investor and speculator Rick Rule is known for his contrarian approach to the resource space, and with the new year approaching he shared his thoughts on gold and silver’s performance this year and where they may go in 2022.
While he sees a bright future for both, Rule said that in precious metals bull markets gold tends to move in the first half, while silver takes off in the second half. Right now, he sees particular potential for the white metal, noting that it’s where uranium was not long ago.
“What I want to say to speculators is yes, theres more room to go in uranium, but the market’s affinity for silver now is where the market’s affinity was for uranium two and a half years ago,” said Rule, who is now at the helm of Rule Investment Media.
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0:00 – Intro
0:21 – Rick’s reflections on gold’s activity in 2021
5:41 – Four reasons a gold price rise is inevitable
12:54 – Short-term concerns and Fed’s path forward
16:15 – Two halves of a precious metals bull market
21:22 – Real silver squeeze is still to come
24:20 – Contrarian lessons from uranium’s price rise
28:40 – Updated thoughts on oil, gas and energy
37:21 – Resource sector trends to watch in 2022
39:45 – Best advice for next year and offer from Rick
41:19 – Outro
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