Silver has suffered horrendously in 2013’s opening months, plunging dramatically to miserable lows. This exceptional weakness has naturally kindled extreme bearishness. Predictions abound for silver to co
Gold Market Analysis
Technical analysis to forecast and predict the future price trends of gold and other precious metals, as well as the US Dollar and the Euro.
Much has been made about the drop in COMEX gold stocks. COMEX gold stocks have fallen from 11.1 million ounces in the end of 2012 to just under 8 million ounces today.
There are several indications that the currency war is heating up, the gloves are coming off and new players are piling into the barroom brawl.
China has signaled it is going to propose plans this year to allow freer flows of the Yuan both in and out of the nation as part of measures to loosen control over the Yuan and interest rat
In a recent post, The Pull from the Future, I discussed how any sort of quantitative model based on statistics, earnings, GDP -- really any extrapolation of past data into the future -- is just not a viable
I read a piece this morning by Josh Brown, the Reformed Broker, in which he destroys the 1999 comparison for the stock market.
I wrote nearly a month ago that "The Worse Things Were For The Mining Sector, The Better They Will Get”.
After the 1929 crash, the US Treasury & the Fed worked together. They revalued gold, and began a program of Quantitative Easing (QE).
While The Banking Cartel Tries To Suppress Gold Prices,
Demand For The Physical Metal Increases.
Let’s take a look at a few graphs of the dollar, from Feb 1, 2013 through Friday May 17, 2013. Yes, I said graphs of the dollar.
1. Huge rallies begin from these conditions
I used to half joke with some of my investing friends that the best time to buy stocks is during or right after a crash. Think 1987, 2000-2002, 2008-09, and now perhaps Gold Miners??
Gold’s Bull market from 1999 is not over. The decline from September 2011 is a two year correction inside a multi-decade Bull Market Rally. This corrective decline is finishing now.
Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is.
The levitating stock markets continue to seductively entrance traders, powering to new nominal record highs day after day after day. No one believes a meaningful selloff is even possible anymore, thanks to
At market tops, bullish enthusiasm alters society’s brain chemistry to the point where what should be ridiculed becomes widely acceptable to the cattle rushing towards a terrible day of reckoning. Case in
We had another spectacular week while the markets and stocks just won’t quit. I hate to rub it in if you’re a suffering mining investor mainly. Trust me, I feel your pain.
We are going to start off with one of the most eye-popping pictures of just one central bank, the privately owned corporate Federal Reserve, and its purported gold holding.
The latest World Gold Council Gold Demand Trends report shows that the gold market is driven by diverse global demand, and the appetite for owning gold jewelry, bars and coins continues to grow.
The investment story of the year to date is the central bank-led financial market recovery. While everyone is aware of the impact the Fed’s $85 billion-a-month asset purchases is having on stocks, few inve
The Dow making new highs is likely to be very good news for silver investors, because nominal silver peaks tend to come after significant nominal peaks in the Dow.