Market Trends: From Gold Surges to AI Breakthroughs – John MacGregor

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In this episode of Full Disclosure, host John MacGregor provides an in-depth analysis of the current state of financial markets, with a particular focus on the recent surge in gold prices and its implications. He challenges conventional wisdom on why gold prices are rising, offering a unique perspective that ties into broader economic indicators and political actions.

McGregor also shares his views on the relationship between gold and stocks, and how investors can navigate these financial waters. Moreover, he touches upon the significant impact of key stocks, known as the 'Magnificent Seven,' on the market's performance. He discusses the evolving landscape of big tech stocks amidst inflation concerns and political maneuverings.

This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of the financial market, the strategic importance of gold and stocks in investment portfolios, and the socio-economic implications of policy decisions.

00:00 Introduction
02:01 Market Update: The Magnificent Seven and Beyond
09:26 The Real-World Impact: Housing Crisis and Financial Struggles
16:57 California's Minimum Wage Hike: A Closer Look
27:47 The Golden Debate: Stocks vs. Gold Investment


Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or engage in any financial activity.

The content presented here is based on the speaker's personal opinions and research, which may not always be accurate or up-to-date. Financial markets and investments carry inherent risks, and individuals should conduct their own research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.

Cameron Long

  • @mirzapshdar6818 says:

    Witch AI stock or crypto would you recommend??

  • @ajiteshchaugule5156 says:

    When will Gold Stop rising. Any near term downside?

    • @_echo_off says:

      Probably not, if you’re going to buy it just buy it. It’s unlikely you will lose your purchasing power over time, though you need a strong stomach and patience to not buy high and sell low if it dips, bought in 22 and 27% in gains so far and climbing. Cash is going to 0 quickly get out now….

  • @RahulKushwaha-lu2ed says:


  • @SenorJuan2023 says:

    These fast food places might get some sympathy IF they show they willing to lay off management and massively cut CEO pay. Otherwise, who cares about their plight?

  • @milarismatosm3080 says:

    Thanks for the information ❤

  • @timkozlow5258 says:

    110,000 is too low. In the U.S. you need to make at least 200000 to buy a home and own a vehicle. The avg vehicle I see people driving is at least 50,000.

  • @timkozlow5258 says:

    Amen to that!! Social issues are nothing but distractions to keep people focused elsewhere.

  • @billysteele8557 says:



      Agree…good episode but not good for orgs who focus on the stock market as they have no job or their job is temporarily reduced if Gold keeps outpacing the market. Investing in successful companies …the stock market? the market will adjust and level out and most businesses will continue to grow. Some will but most won’t. An $18 Big Mac is the story of the economy. Lastly, gold is not a chunk of metal. It’s the only tier one asset/currency accepted by the world outside of the U.S. dollar. Watch gold…it will outpace the market for some time.

  • @Kristofur77 says:

    I feel like our country’s putting all the eggs in one basket with AI

  • @Kristofur77 says:

    You can buy a nice home in Hickory. North carolina for 2 hundred thousand dollars

  • @timkozlow5258 says:

    I always bought physical gold & silver. However, I have recently jumped into gold mining stocks . Everyone ignores this sector. These stocks are so low . Perfect time to jump in. I have enough physical .

  • @Bruno-qx6lu says:

    It should be just a treat to go to mcdonalds one could argue

  • @BradMeltonrealtor says:

    Thank you John!

  • @silverfoxfinance says:

    I have many friends who are not having kids and dont even own a house and have two salary’s.

  • @333colnik says:

    In Sydney Australia you need to earn 290.000 a year to be able to buy average home. In Melbourne and Brisbane it’s around 200.000 How about that.

  • @jeffsurfanderson says:

    You have to understand that they are doing a lot of money printing when it comes to the wars that they have to fund and when their debts are coming due to the point where the FED has to help out the bond market that’s essentially money printing there is an expansion of the money supply as we speak on top of Central Bank buying gold

  • @jeffsurfanderson says:

    Dividends are small percentages compared to the rate of which gold is going up is it going to own stocks with dividends it would be gold stocks with dividends

  • @user-ys2ov3np2l says:

    Why trade or hold when you can start using Eledator? Copy trading make it easier

  • @WhiteRaven12773 says:

    raising the min wage never helps anything only normalizes the problem and keep people down .. the producers need to make more and making more make things cheaper thus more affordable

  • @larrysmith2608 says:

    TSLA is not market of the Mag 7

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