Bron Suchecki

Bron Suchecki has worked in the precious metals markets since 1994, when he joined the Perth Mint as an Administration Officer in their Sydney retail outlet. In 1998 he moved to Perth to work in the then fledgling Depository division. He has held a number of roles since then in the treasury, risk and governance areas of the Mint. All posts are Bron's personal opinion and not endorsed by the Perth Mint in any way.

Videos by Bron Suchecki

Bron Suchecki – Gold & Silver Industry Simply Lacks Capacity to Handle Mass Market Coin Buying

SBTV spoke with Bron Suchecki, Precious Metals Analyst with ABC Bullion, about how the physical gold & silver markets are now exerting more pressure on the paper markets with physical bullion prices bifurcating from spot prices.

Discussed in this interview:
01:27 Gold had built a base in the past years
05:13 How Australian economy is doing amidst global recession
07:59 Physical gold and silver supply squeeze
10:56 Bifurcation of spot and physical precious metals prices
15:08 Has the physical market broken the paper gold market?
19:38 How much of the gold buying this year was due to the fear trade?
24:50 More financial repression expected ahead
29:29 Choosing between gold and silver

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Part 7 – Antal Fekete – GSU V – Nathan Narusis Intervews Bron Suchecki Perth Mint

Professor Antal Fekete

Antal E. Fekete, Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland, was born in Budapest, Hungary, in
1932. He graduated from the Loránt Eötvös University of Budapest in mathematics in 1955. He left
Hungary in the wake of the 1956 anti-Communist uprising that was brutally put down by the
occupying Soviet troops. He immigrated to Canada in the following year and was appointed Assistant
Professor at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1958. In 1993, after 35 years’ of service he
retired with the rank of Full Professor. During this period he also had tours of duty as visiting
professor at Columbia University in the City of New York (1961), Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
(1964), Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia (1970), Princeton University, Princeton,

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Part 7 – Bron Suchecki – GSI I – Components of COMEX Gold

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Professor Antal Fekete

Antal E. Fekete, Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland, was born in Budapest, Hungary, in
1932. He graduated from the Loránt Eötvös University of Budapest in mathematics in 1955. He left
Hungary in the wake of the 1956 anti-Communist uprising that was brutally put down by the
occupying Soviet troops. He immigrated to Canada in the following year and was appointed Assistant
Professor at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1958. In 1993, after 35 years’ of service he
retired with the rank of Full Professor. During this period he also had tours of duty as visiting
professor at Columbia University in the City of New York (1961), Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
(1964), Acadia University,

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Interview with Bron Suchecki from ABC Bullion – COVID-19 and the Aussie Gold Market

Interview with Shae Russell and Bron Suchecki from ABC Bullion. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the Australian gold market and gold production as well as their thoughts on the future of the gold price. From the live session ‘How March Killed the Gold Paper Trade‘ at the Sprott Natural Resources Symposium 2020.

To find out what Shae’s latest views on gold are, click here – https://pro.agorafinancial.com.au/m/1609011

Bron has over 20 years’ experience in precious metals, holding a wide variety of roles across operational, retail, treasury, depository, and risk/governance areas.

Follow Bron on Twitter – https://twitter.com/bronsuchecki
Bron writes on precious metals at – https://www.abcbullion.com.au/investor-centre/pdf

Thanks for joining us during this year’s virtual Sprott

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Is Wall Street Manipulating Gold & Silver Markets?

Is Wall Street Manipulating Gold & Silver Markets?
Today we are joined by senior precious metals analyst Bron Suchecki to discuss the history of money, precious metals market cycles, why goldbugs overlooked Bitcoin in 2009, how Wall Street adopted Gold & Silver investing products, what their plans are for adopting Bitcoin & cryptocurrencies, are precious metals manipulated, will Bitcoin be surpressed & controlled by Wall Street. How monetary policy will drive the next bull market in gold, silver & Bitcoin.
#Gold #Silver #Bitcoin

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Bron Suchecki

Bron Suchecki, Precious Metals Consultant, Suchecki Consulting presenting at the 2018 Precious Metals Investment Symposium in Perth.

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Bron Suchecki Q&A

The Pick sits down with precious metals analyst Bron Suchecki before the Precious Metals Investment Symposium on the 3rd and 4th of October. The Pick is Australasia’s premier resource sector new platform. It is backed by some of the regions most connected journalists, content creators and digital specialist. It is more than a news site …

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Live Analysis Room Show 554th + interview Bron Suchecki

Join us for a unique Forex experience in the FXStreet Live Analysis Room. The #FXroom is being hosted by Dale Pinkert, long time and popular contributor on FXStreet. Trading in community. Know our Mastermind concept as we all edify each other 1+1=11 at http://www.fxstreet.com/webinars/live-analysis/ and chat with experts and traders. Don’t miss the interview with …

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The Land Down Under Could Be A Very Safe Place To Keep Your Gold

Bron Suchecki a manager with the Perth Mint, which is an Australian government owned mint that’s been minting gold since 1899 and started providing depository services in 1970. As we recently discovered, the Australian Government is as sound as a dollar used to be, with virtually no private debt.

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