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I am starting this week’s update with a mini-rant directed towards the manipulation theorists. For years, they have complained that one of the facts supporting their market manipulation theories is the “overnight” drops we have seen in the market, so I would like to...
Gold futures declined Tuesday, as risk sentiment improved in the financial markets after Brexit fears triggered a massive selloff in global equities. Gold for August delivery found a daily bottom at $1,308.20 a troy ounce on the Comex divis...

A week post-Brexit and many will wonder what changed – if anything. In fact (and you’ll have to take our word for it) we started this column on the night of the vote; before the results were known publicly.

Let me start this one by saying that I am not the doomsday theorist. I'm not the guy screaming that the sky is falling. In fact, I like to see things in a positive light. With that said, the world's financial system is facing big problems, and...
In a boxing ring, size must be respected. In the same ring, a heavyweight champion fighter tends to absolutely destroy a flyweight fighter. In the gold market, size must also be respected.
Gold was lower in the overnight session reaching 1308.00, at the time that this Post was being written, as the Brexit panic is starting to subside. Now comes the complicated part of… implementation. We view the drop from the 1362.50 high to the current low of 1308.00...
It has been reported that about $10 Trillion of sovereign debt “yields” negative interest. Assume total global sovereign debt is about $60 Trillion. Therefore, about one-sixth of all sovereign debt has negative interest rates. This brings to mind a few questions.
I'm sure you are well aware of the big stock market drop that hit the US stock market on Friday as the DOW fell over 600 points following the UK BREXIT vote. Almost every sector of the stock market fell except for gold and Treasury bonds. I believe that what we saw...
The selloff since Friday may seem momentous to trade-desk denizens, but so far it has barely caused a blip on the Dow’s weekly chart (see inset). Would another thousand-point selloff seem scary? As you can see for yourself, even that would not exceed any important...
This could be the year that the mainstream investor finally pushes the gold market over the edge. While a fraction of investors continue to acquire a lot of physical gold, the mainstream investor is the key to driving the gold market and price going forward.
Alan Greenspan, the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve has warned that Brexit was a “terrible outcome in all respects” and that we are in the “early days of a crisis.” U.K. policy makers miscalculated and made a “terrible mistake” in holding a referendum on whether...
Gold has probably peaked for the year. Not necessarily in US$ terms, but in terms of other commodities. In fact, relative to the Goldman Sachs Spot Commodity Index (GNX) the peak for this year most likely happened back in February. The February-2016 peak for the gold/...
While the world continues to focus on the BREXIT, two other, much larger problems are emerging. The first is that the US is back in recession. Labor Market Conditions, Industrial Production, the Dallas Fed Workweek, Commercial and Industrial Loan Delinquencies,...
I was one of the few last week who said the stock market would fall on Friday. It has also fallen further than even I expected. So what’s next? The chart below shows a counter trend rally likely on Tuesday, perhaps back to 2049/50 SPX. This to be followed by one...
Defying sentiment polls leading up to last week’s historic Brexit referendum, British voters said “thanks, but no thanks” to excessive EU taxation and regulation, choosing to take back Britain’s sovereignty in financing, budgeting, immigration policy and other areas...
Gold has been an incredibly interesting commodity to watch throughout the beginning of the year 2016. However, it seems as though we've only seen the tip of the iceburg. In fact, there are several reasons that gold is likely to continue climbi...
The British referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership in the European Union is behind us. Britons decided to leave the European Union. What can we expect now for the gold market, after an initial spike? Brexit Vote Is Not Brexit ...
The big news this week was that the British voted to exit the European Union. This was not the outcome expected by pundits, or the polls. “Risk on” assets were relentlessly bid up prior to the vote. For example, S&P 500 index futures had closed the previous Friday...
The British referendum should have a significant influence on the markets this coming week. It is best to keep from making specific predictions, especially about the intermediate trend, until after the results have been announced.
At long last the tyranny of the global financial elite has been slammed good and hard. You can count on them to attempt another central bank based shock and awe campaign to halt and reverse the current sell-off, but it won’t be credible, sustainable or maybe even...
There will be a new day in the UK, it will be just different. The shock of the Brexit referendum will ease, but the effects will be long lasting. In the interim, a new Prime Minister must be appointed to negotiate Article 50 with the European Union. Additionally, its...
One often cannot disassociate one's personal views from his objective analysis. I can look at the charts and see both a continuation of a great bull market in gold or a dead cat bounce going nowhere. However, just applying the simple analysis...
Woke up to stunning news this morning – sorry, I don’t stay up watching election results – that Britain has voted by a narrow but clear majority to leave the EU. I had feared that the British electorate would be cowed into submission by the barrage of pro-Europe...
What makes a black swan? A working definition would be the swan is an unforeseen event that has the impact to unexpectedly reroute a majority of major markets in a negative way. If an event was not foreseen, but only affects a single market, it can hardly qualify as a...
Great Britain stunned pundits by voting on Thursday, June 23rd to exit the European Union. Stocks plunged globally after the vote. While there are a ton of reasons why The U.K. decided to secede, the irony cannot be lost. The fact of the matter is, what started as a...
We wrote the following article last Tuesday as a consequence of expanding on the keyword “security” and what is its impact for most of us.  Then BREXIT happened on Friday.  Actually, BREXIT is all about security, concern about person...

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