Money and Markets TV examines the rally in precious metals. Gold continues to set new records. Silver is at its highest level in 30 years. And palladium has outperformed them both this year. Will the bull run continue? And how can investors take advantage of it? Sean Brodrick gives us compelling reasons why gold should hit $1,450 per ounce by the end of the year, and $2,500 within the next two years, and why silver could hit the $50 mark. He'll also explain why palladium may be investors' best bet in precious metals. Asian stock expert, Tony Sagami, explains why increased demand from Asia is one of the biggest factors driving the bull market in precious metals, and the difference in how Asians and westerners think about gold. Bryan Rich discusses the role of quantitative easing in the precious metals rally, and whether further efforts by central banks around the world to prop up their economies means continued gains for gold. He also details the significance of the fact that central banks are net buyers of gold, rather than net sellers, for the first time in two decades. In our Picks and Pans segment, we reveal the stocks and ETFs that are best positioned to take advantage of the rally in precious metals, and those that investors might be better off avoiding, using the recommendations of all the Weiss Research editors. Later, in our Roundtable, Sean Brodrick is joined by John Browne of Euro Pacific Capital, Jay Taylor of Taylor Hard Money Advisors, and Andre Julian of OpVest Wealth Management. They discuss their short-term and long-term forecasts for gold and silver, including what impact the November mid-term elections will have on precious metals.
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