About Jay Taylor

Jay Taylor is editor of J Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks newsletter. His interest in the role gold has played in U.S. monetary history led him to research gold and into analyzing and investing in junior gold shares. Currently he also hosts his own one-hour weekly radio show Turning Hard Times Into Good Times,” which features high profile guests who discuss leading economic issues of our day. The show also discusses investment opportunities primarily in the precious metals mining sector. He has been a guest on CNBC, Fox, Bloomberg and BNN and many mining conferences.

Signs Point Toward Recession in 2023

Looking at our Key Market Table on your left, I get the sense that Powell has already now “thrown in the towel” on fighting inflation although the “strong” labor numbers reported today, may make it a bit more difficult for him to loosen up. Still there are strong signs that […]

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The U.S. Has Sold Out the American People

James Rickards and Dr. Quinton Hennigh return as guests on this week’s program. James visits to talk about his latest book titled “Sold Out.” It focuses on broken global supply chains, surging inflation and the fastest rise in interest rates in our history. Add to that a western world that […]

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Bitcoin, Bonds or Gold? Which is the Best Safe Haven?

John Rubino, Michael Oliver and Michael Spreadborough return as guests on this week’s program. The man known as “the Big Short,” Michael Burry, who became famous for foreseeing the 2008 mortgage crisis tweeted the following on November 15: “Long Thought that the time for gold would be when crypto scandals […]

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The Mechanics of Fiat Money Destruction

Alasdair Macleod and Quinton Hennigh return as guests on the next program. Human beings have been capable of believing, ever since Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, that they could be like God simply by obeying, without limit, their hedonistic instincts. The big lie most relevant […]

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Year Ends With Strong Market

I have been expecting a strong stock market as this year draws to a close because there has reportedly been so much cash held by institutions that are required to put it to work by the end of the year that it’s hard to see how stocks won’t rise before […]

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Is the Fed Resolute in This Game of Chicken?

Doug Noland and Michael Oliver return as guests on this week’s program. The Federal Reserve has led America and the post-1971 world to the brink of global bankruptcy. It has led the world to this brink of disaster by papering over one credit cycle after another.  It has never really […]

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New Bull Market for the Gold Sector: Soon

Bob Hoye and Patrick Highsmith return as guests this week and your host Jay Taylor will talk about a company that could become the next huge intrusive gold discovery akin to the evolving 30+ million oz. Snowline Gold Corp. Those of us who have been investing in gold exploration shares […]

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Are Rising Rates Setting a Debt Avalanche in Motion?

Bob Moriarty, Michael Oliver and Chen Lin return as guests on this week’s program. Virtually every time the Fed has started raising rates, they continue to raise rates until something breaks. While a portion of the air is left out of the credit bubble that the Fed pops, they never […]

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What Could Be More Bullish For Gold?

The carnage in the U.S. Treasury market is a sight to behold! That so-called safe haven place to hide your money has been an absolute disaster. As measured by TLT, long-dated U.S. Treasuries are down by 37.16% so far this year. Outside of the fiat monetary system is the centuries […]

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How Real is the Threat of Nuclear War?

Daniel McAdams returns to share his insights into the current geopolitical landscape and to comment on the views of Tulsi Gabbard regarding the threat of the Ukraine war morphing into a catastrophic nuclear holocaust. This show has almost always been about the markets and how to best protect your God-given […]

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Inflation With a Slowing Economy

Everything was down hard this week. Of course, sandwiched between down days was a face ripping short covering rally that served to whiplash your editor in and out and then back in to taking a modest short position (SH-NYSE Proshares short S&P). Like Pavlov’s dog, the market has been conditioned […]

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Was the BOE’s Pivot a Warning of Things to Come?

Alasdair Macleod, Michael Oliver and Dr. Quinton Hennigh return as guests on this week’s program.  On September 28, the Bank of England (BoE) announced it would begin buying the 30-year gilt at a 20-year high yield at above 5% as pensions funds and other institutions were approaching insolvency due to […]

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What Are They Smoking?

Whether market participants are smoking something funny that makes them think all is well again and/or that they think the Fed will always be there with a stock market put as soon as big trouble results from the Fed’s inflation fighting efforts, everything except U.S. Treasuries was up last week. […]

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Adam Taggart Assesses Global Markets

Adam Taggart and Daniel McAdams return as guests on this week’s program while Cherie Leeden visits for the first time. Adam Taggart is the founder of the YouTube channel, Wealthion which has 151,000 subscribers and provides very valuable insights from very astute guests in the global financial markets such as […]

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Financial System on Edge of Collapse

Saying this was a “risk off” week would  be  an  understatement  and we  may have come within a whisker of having the entire global financial system face the undertaker. It may be easy to criticize the Bank of England for abruptly taking a 180-degree turn, from getting ready to raise […]

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Is Inflation Turning Hyper?

Bob Moriarty, Michael Oliver and Quinton Hennigh are this week’s guests. Alasdair Macleod’s September 15 weekly essay was titled “Inflation is Turning Hyper.” Of course, that is nonsense to masses of Americans who put their faith in their god, The Federal Reserve Bank. And indeed, given the Fed’s history in […]

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A Brutal Week for Markets

Brutal! That’s the only way to describe this week’s action. Peter Boockvar commented as follows this week: “The rapidity and velocity of the Fed’s interest rate hikes are now entering dangerous territory. I’m ok with their destination, if they even get there, but no longer the pace.” Powell of course […]

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An Asian Bretton Woods? Where Does that Leave America?

Alasdair Macleod, Michael Wood and Patrick Highsmith return. The financial war between Russia, with China’s tacit backing on one side, and America and her NATO allies, on the other, has escalated rapidly. It appears that President Putin was thinking several steps ahead when he launched Russia’s attack on Ukraine. We […]

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Moral Decline Eliminates Hope for Better America

The wishful thinking by equity investors who wanted to think inflation had peaked and that the Fed would soon stop raising rates proved to be a costly assumption when an assumed 0.1% monthly decline turned into a 0.1% monthly increase, leaving the CPI at a smoking hot 8.3% year over […]

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Supply Chain Disruptions and Inflation

John Rubino, Patrick Highsmith and Michael Oliver are this week’s guests. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the world engaged in global trade on a scale never before in world history. The U.S. entered into this new era by off-shoring major industries in countries with low cost labor. That […]

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