V Questions with John Butler

Featuring John Butler

In a return to the popular V Questions series, John Butler from Goldmoney fields five, fast-paced questions in a raw, unscripted format. In addition to his outlook on gold, John considers how many in the market will adapt to their first bond bear market, in what is uncharted territory for a generation on Wall Street, while assessing how the big stories for 2017 will play out.

Published on
4 January, 2017
Topic
Fixed Investments, Fiscal Policy, Monetary policy, Risk Management, Trading, Gold
Duration
8 minutes
Asset class
Equities, Commodities, Bonds/Rates/Credit
Rating
37

Comments

  • KN

    Kori N.

    5 2 2017 23:51

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    on the level bro..f..ken awesome

  • bp

    bart p.

    9 1 2017 09:54

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    It still baffles me how people like him keep valuing gold relative to the debt in the world and currency supply/demand... It's quite meaningless atm imo. Other than that good video.

  • AB

    Alain B.

    6 1 2017 12:52

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    This would be a good prelude to full interviews. Ask the questions, get answers and bring the interviewee back to dwell deeper.

  • GB

    Grant B.

    5 1 2017 22:21

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    Asking someone in the gold business on its direction is pointless. I mean what is he going to say? Not exactly neutral. Check out the Great Depression and GFC for how gold reacted in crises.

  • JS

    JF S.

    5 1 2017 17:46

    4       0

    What were these 2 big asymetries in 2016 ?

  • JV

    James V.

    5 1 2017 13:49

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    Astute comments articulately delivered. Would love to hear more from John as we did in the past.

  • SR

    Steve R.

    5 1 2017 07:44

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    Gold is directly correlated (at the moment) to USDJPY, so I'm (personally) not expecting gold to rise. I can see $750 in gold before it moves higher. Note this is a personal opinion.

  • AV

    Alex V.

    5 1 2017 06:34

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    Good format, some interesting points, but he did lose a little credibility when referencing Trumps spending plans, regular RV pundits dispute potential impact.

  • AL

    Alex L.

    5 1 2017 06:14

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    I actually like this brief format - could use a lot of these! Dense and complete answers to interesting questions, without having to devote half an hour.

  • CA

    Craig A.

    5 1 2017 05:26

    1       1

    Way too short. 7 minutes - Seriously?

  • AG

    Alex G.

    4 1 2017 21:21

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    Liked the new questions !

  • NR

    Nuno R.

    4 1 2017 18:42

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    Extremely well articulated guy, probably worth a longer and more in depth interview soon. Thanks RVT.

  • KC

    Klendathu C.

    4 1 2017 17:17

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    Great collection of new questions. Can't wait to see a larger sample size.

  • EO

    Ernesto O.

    4 1 2017 17:07

    2       0

    Great.

  • BJ

    Brent J.

    4 1 2017 16:42

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    Great points by John regarding assymetry. Always like hearing his ideas.