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Kingsview SVP Paul Nolte discusses supply and demand in the the surging trade of silver. He also talks about manufacturing numbers, the effects of vaccination levels on consumer confidence, and market expectations for 2021. Lastly, he discusses how impeachment proceedings might impact the market.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses bailouts and the collateral damage for those who have extended leverage. He shares thoughts on the 30-day shut down of GME, and whether turning off liquidity is the way to fix things.
Kingsview CIO Scott Martin discusses what happens to stocks after they go through a mammoth “short squeeze” and the likelihood of longevity. He gives thoughts on which companies are reinventing themselves, and what that means for ownership for individual investors.
SVP and Portfolio Manager Paul Nolte reviews how the financial markets did in 2020 and what to expect in 2021. He addresses the implications of the Georgia elections, the potential for higher taxes, and what a return to work might mean for tech stocks. Also under discussion: how complications or delays with the vaccine processes might influence the market, and what will be required for IRA distributions in 2021.
Chief Investment Officer Scott Martin discusses the uncertainty of taxes, regulation and spending. He addresses the good news about a weak dollar and how the global nature of the S&P 500 means overseas transactions receive the currency benefit of the conversion as dollars are repatriated.