Last week, astronomers grabbed the first picture of a massive black hole residing at the core of the Milky Way galaxy. The object is about 26,000 light-years away from our planet; therefore, it is unlikely that its gravitational pull was responsible for the global equity markets collapse. In the Weekly Market Digest, the International Monetary Fund downgraded its 2022 and 2023 global growth forecasts for the same reasons causing a pessimistic market sentiment since February. Precious metal prices suffered due to a stronger US dollar, but not as much as the equities as costs continue to rise. Base metals and other commodities are still enduring weak demand due to China’s zero COVID-19 policy, but the impact on equities was less severe. In the Exploration Insights Portfolio, I offer a qualitative chart of potential investment opportunities. In Stock Talk, I review high grade drill results from Queensland, Australia, and Nevada and low grades from northern Ontario. A royalty generator adds copper exposure and a grassroots explorer continues to delineate porphyry targets in northern Peru.