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.
The highly-anticipated 2010 mid-term elections are finally over, a huge relief if you hate politics and government meddling in our lives as much as I do.
With the election over and congress divided, it may be difficult for the president to get much done.
A love affair with silver is so natural. The fundamentals are astoundingly positive and bullish in price prospects. My basic argument has been repeated many times.
This week we have a major wild card (Election) happening on Tuesday. Most of you know I don't get involved with political discussion for several reasons...
The word "millionaire" first made its American print debut in an obituary for Pierre Lorillard II in 1843 when he died leaving behind a fortune of over $1,000,000.
Since I've started my weekly market report in October 2008, I've written over 400,000 words, constructing thousands of charts and over 100 different reports in the process: time for a bit of a rest.
Gold and silver at last staged the expected correction necessary to unwind the extremely overbought condition that had persisted for weeks.
The mortgage & foreclosure scandal runs so deep that ordinary observers can conclude the US financial foundation is laced with a cancer detectable by ordinary people.
As I've stated in countless article before, the Fed is good at nothing but blowing bubbles.
The Bible teaches: "You can't change other people, you can only change yourself". Will We Ever Learn?
Last week was volatile thanks to China raising their interest rates a quarter basis point. This rate hike caused the Dollar to spike in value which in turn forced equities and metals to sell off sharply.
The G20 meetings this weekend seem to have ended as they began. The two heavyweights are China and the US.
Gold has enjoyed a relentless and rather one-sided rally since late July.
Before I get to the meat of this short article, I'd like to say that the correction in Gold is very welcomed by me.
The Chinese are clever people. Their leaders play a good game of chess in the global scramble for commodity supply and financial dominance.
I'm just saying that I've been thinking about 'Risk' and specifically about risk in the securities markets. What prompted that thought?
With QE2 apparently coming within the next few weeks, markets are shedding off the more common October blues and rallying.
Gold's relentless climb to new record highs is driving a renaissance of investor interest in junior gold stocks.
It's been an interesting week with stocks, commodities and currencies having a knee jerk reaction to the FOMC minutes released Tuesday afternoon.
Long time readers may recall that I lived in Copiapo, Chile for quite a while - 2 years to be exact, although I now live in the very different Lake District in southern Chile, near
"A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always count on Paul's support." -- G.B. Shaw
The increasingly visible vote of no confidence in the fast failing USGovt financial structure, and in the missing capital formation apparatus that was once Wall Street, and in the entire avalanche of paper i
The metals corrected slightly this past week and look about ready to put on hold, their runs higher. Don't worry though, it won't last long.
Inspired by gold's relentless momentum, investors drove the flagship HUI gold-stock index to new all-time highs this week.