Gary Tanashian

Gary Tanashian of biiwii.com successfully owned and operated a progressive medical component manufacturing company for 21 years, keeping the company’s fundamentals in alignment with global economic realities through various economic cycles.  The natural progression from this experience is an understanding of and appreciation for global macro-economics as it relates to individual markets and sectors.

Articles by Gary Tanashian

We are well along in the precious metals correction…and have downside targets for gold, silver and the miners. In order for that to be a ‘buy’, the sector and macro fundamentals will need to be in order. Some of those are represented by...
The opening segment of this week’s Notes From the Rabbit Hole (NFTRH 412) was intended to be a quick blurb…but went on to become a five page exercise. It is shared publicly not so much because it is hard core analysis (which the rest of...
Much like with the gold stock sector, there was support and then there was best support. SPX failed support today in grand fashion as it lost the 50-day moving averages. Best support is lower, however, at 2100 (+/-) as we have been...
Thursday’s ISM report was Thing 1 in improving the backdrop for gold. But it was a small Thing. Friday’s August Payrolls report was Thing 2, and it was a better Thing. Gold and especially the gold mining sector are invigorated...
The post title is best when drawled in Gomer’s thick southern accent. I realize Gomer Pyle was way before the time of much of my reading audience, but for the last few weeks I’ve been hearing him in my head as not only NFTRH, but now the...
It is summer slack season with no FOMC meeting in August…and so into the void go our friends in the mainstream media (MSM) with all sorts of noise to distract investors. Here’s one that was anticipated.
The title of this segment is actually the subject line of an email sent by subscriber ‘RK’ on Friday, after the post-Payrolls update that included the following statement that RK questioned. From the update:
A year ago almost to the day we began tracking a ‘Macrocosmic’ theme that would eventually see gold bottom and rise vs. stocks and bonds in 2016, joining its bullish status vs. commodities, which had been in place since 2014.
We deviated from the usual format of widespread, in-depth coverage of US and global markets, precious metals and commodities in order to focus on two main themes. One was a view of building short-term risks in the gold market [possibly...
Silver out performs gold as both rise with Treasury bonds, which are in turn rising with stocks, as Junk bonds hit new recovery highs while USD remains firm as inflation expectations are out of the picture. This is highly atypical, maybe...

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Nearly 40 percent of all gold ever mined was recovered from South African rocks.