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London (May 3)  The Weekly VC Price Momentum Indicator. Signals are automatically generated by integrating electronic weekly statistics... Read More
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Washington (May 3)  Always top of the data pile, this week will be no exception for the US jobs report with a first interest rate rise... Read More
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San Francisco (May 2)  It was a very volatile week for gold. It initially hit a high of $1,215 before declining to break the support at $1,... Read More
 

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The economy will show clear signs of weakness in the months ahead, supporting gold. A reassessment of economic prospects and Fed policy in the weeks and months ahead could be just the turn of events that will support a springtime recovery in the price of gold, lifting...
If one is happy to take GFMS figures as providing a consistent ranking on global gold demand figures (although some would dispute them) we should be able to rest the argument as to which country – China or India – was the world’s No. 1 gold consumer last year and, as...
Gold lost 2½ points for the week. Boring? Hardly. And thereto, we give a most deserved tip of the cap to Captain Endicott, who a week ago advised us to return to our seats and buckle up as turbulence aboard Gold's flight was imminent.
To become part of the IMF’s SDR basket, China will almost certainly have to unpeg its currency from the US dollar. A massive increase in its gold reserve may be an integral part of this process.
Last time I wrote, I was expecting the stock market to fill the gap left on the SPX near 2081-82 by Friday last week. That was accomplished on Thursday when the SPX fell to 2077. What I saw on my indicators showed more a lack of buying then true selling and it also...
Today is May Day, the international day of workers celebrated by most communist and deeply socialist nations. To be sure, Obama should come out of the closet with admission of not only his Muslim roots but his Marxist roots. By now, he could have easily promoted the...
China is thought to be the great growth story of the post-2008 era. China’s economy not only bottomed before the developed world, but by most accounts, China was thought to be the engine that pulled the world out of recession, thanks to its near-clocklike hitting of 7...
As we pen this article Gold is trading below $1180/oz and set to close at its lowest level in six weeks. Gold is less than 2% from its weekly low of $1158. It is fairly close to another technical breakdown.
There are no markets left in any meaningful sense of the word – just a raging casino infected with the madness of the crowds and the central bank pied pipers who mesmerize them.
Gold Target, Silver Roller Coaster, GDX Rectangle, GDXJ & Key Junior Stocks analysis via videos.
We’ll probably know before the opening bell whether Thursday’s nasty, $34 selloff was merely gratuitous. Rumor had it that some big sellers clobbered gold yesterday because they felt like it, but we’ll reserve judgment until it has been confirmed by the Times (take...
In a financial world of contradictions, chaos, and confusion, perhaps a “gold-centric” perspective will provide clarity. The media is filled with comments from notable “gold-bashers” such as Benjamin Bernanke, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates. Their criticisms of gold (...
Money velocity in its simplest terms is a measurement of how fast money is moving through the economy. Another way of looking it is that money velocity is simply a comparison between GDP and money supply. If money velocity is falling then that tells us money supply is...
My plan for today was to write a very basic piece hitched to the one written yesterday "the money has to go somewhere". The plan was to point out that gold (and silver) will be the final destination for monies dislodged from crashing markets all over the world.
U.S. and U.K. GDP slowed very sharply in first quarter of 2015. Latest data confirms the rapid slowdown despite stock markets booming in the UK, U.S. and globally. This highlights the major disconnect between the real economy and a financial sector intoxified by easy...
The following chart from the Federal Reserve's own data pretty much sums up America. The rate of home ownership and the labor participation rate peaked about 10-15 years ago and it's been downhill since.
The dollar is always losing value. To measure the decline, people turn to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), or various alternative measures such as Shadow Stats or Billion Prices Project. They measure a basket of goods, and we can see how it changes every year.
We lost our country the moment Woodrow Wilson signed into being the Federal Reserve Act, which has no connection (in any real sense) to the federal government. Next we have a President who is told who to nominate, a faked motion, by appointing its chairman Yellen at...
A $20 rally here, a $10 rally there, and pretty soon we’re talking about the dawning of a bull market! It’s too early to tell, of course, but we should guard against the tendency to be dismissive of every positive event in the bullion asset world.

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Vronsky: The monthly chart in the link below shows how the DowJones Utilities Index forecasts bear market in...
Horia: http://www.goldcore.com/us/gold-blog/jp-morgan-cornering-silver-bullion-... It looks like JP Morgan...
Vronsky: My recent analysis about Russian President Putin, entitled "Putin: Czar Of Natural Gas, Crude Oil,...
chris-d: If you connect recent statements and predictions by Gov Brown and various think tanks wherein the...
bikerdood: Last day of April - check Hit the market with selling - check Let's see how low we can take this...

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