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VIDEO — Peter Krauth: Silver's 2022 Price Path, "Wild Card" Demand Factor to Watch

Peter Krauth: Silver Price in 2022, Can Anything Derail the Metal Now? youtu.be

Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor, has a long-term silver price target of US$300 per ounce. But what does he see coming for the white metal in 2022?

Speaking at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, Krauth said he thinks a realistic move for silver this year would be "to at least US$25, or a little bit north of US$25."

In his opinion, industrial demand will create a key price floor, while investment demand will be less predictable.

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"I think that (investment demand is) going to be kind of the wild card that could really push silver much higher," said Peter Krauth of Silver Stock Investor.

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VIDEO — Will Rhind: Upside Favors Gold; Strong US Dollar Checking Gains for Now

Will Rhind: Upside Favors Gold; Strong US Dollar Checking Gains for Now youtu.be

Strength in the US dollar is keeping the gold price in check right now, but that won't last forever.

Speaking to the Investing News Network, Will Rhind, CEO of GraniteShares, said the yellow metal is in a good position given market conditions and looks set to strengthen moving forward.

"(Gold has) really managed to shrug off a lot of the negatives around rising rates and a strong dollar, and I think people have got to ask themselves, 'How much more can the dollar strengthen from here? ... Realistically is there more upside for the dollar here, or for gold?' I think clearly I'm in the camp of favoring gold on that one," he said.

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Is there more upside right now for gold or the US dollar? "I think clearly I'm in the camp of favoring gold on that one," said Will Rhind of GraniteShares.

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VIDEO — Kal Kotecha: Gold Price Holding Up Well, Time to Watch for Buying Opportunities

Kal Kotecha: Gold Price Holding Up Well, Time to Watch for Buying Opportunities youtu.be

Gold's performance has disappointed some market participants this year, but according to Dr. Kal Kotecha of Junior Gold Report, the yellow metal is holding up well compared to other assets.

Speaking at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, Kotecha said that looking back over the last 20 years, gold has outperformed major indexes like the S&P 500 (INDEXDJX:.DJI).

"A lot of people want to see gold at US$5,000 and US$10,000 (per ounce), kind of like how bitcoin rose quite a bit. But gold is a different beast in itself," he said. "So in my opinion gold is doing well."

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"Those are the times that in my opinion people can make a lot of money by putting money into assets," Kal Kotecha of Junior Gold Report said.

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VIDEO — John Kaiser: No Upside in Tesla, Lithium Juniors are the Future of the EV Story

John Kaiser: No Upside in Tesla, Lithium Juniors are the Future of the EV Story youtu.be

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) may be at the center of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, but the Elon Musk-led company has no upside left. That means investors need to look elsewhere for opportunity.

That's according to John Kaiser of Kaiser Research. Speaking at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, he said that lithium juniors have become the place to be.

Referencing a report from Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO,LSE:RIO,NYSE:RIO), Kaiser said that by 2035, roughy 1 million tonnes of lithium metal equivalent will be needed to support EV demand.

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Although the lithium market can be tricky to understand, the payoff can be substantial, said John Kaiser of Kaiser Research.

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VIDEO — Adrian Day: Recession, Stagflation, Crash? Where We're Going, What it Means for Gold

Adrian Day: Recession, Stagflation, Crash? Where We're Going, What it Means for Gold youtu.be

The US Federal Reserve hiked interest rates by 75 basis points last week in its ongoing fight against inflation, amping up its efforts to tame prices and leaving market watchers wondering what's next.

Speaking just ahead of the central bank's meeting, Adrian Day, president of Adrian Day Asset Management, said usually the Fed starts out hawkish and then backs off. But this time around the opposite is happening.

This is due to various factors, but US President Joe Biden's recent meeting with Fed Chair Jerome Powell is among them — in their discussion, Biden expressed that inflation is the Fed's responsibility.

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Gold and gold stocks have done well in every stagflationary period dating back to 1960, said Adrian Day of Adrian Day Asset Management.

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VIDEO — Gwen Preston: Uranium Market "Very Bullish," Which Stocks Have Potential?

Gwen Preston: Uranium Market "Very Bullish," Which Stocks Have Potential? youtu.be

The uranium sector has been building steam in recent years, leaving investors eager for returns.

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Gwen Preston of Resource Maven described the uranium market as "very bullish," and spoke about how to identify promising companies.

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