GE Christenson

Gary ChristensonGary Christenson is the owner and writer for the popular and contrarian investment site Deviant Investor and the author of the book, “Gold Value and Gold Prices 1971 – 2021.” He is a retired accountant and business manager with 30 years of experience studying markets, investing, and trading. He writes about investing, gold, silver, the economy and central banking.

Articles by GE Christenson

Steve St. Angelo wrote an insightful article relating the silver to gold ratio to the S&P 500 Index. I encourage you to read his articles and analysis.
A long time ago and far, far away outlaws raided a village and stole food, gold and women. The angry villagers could do little to protect their village except pray to their gods. A large and fearsome dragon descended into the village...
The United States suffered through a deflationary depression in the 1930s. Stock prices crashed, currency in circulation declined, commodity and real estate prices fell hard and human misery prevailed.
Bonds have risen in a 35 year bull market. That bull market looks tired and probably peaked in July of 2016. The U.S. Dollar Index recently hit 14 year highs. Has the dollar finally peaked? Has it turned downward since January 3, 2017? ...
Interest rates have bottomed and will rise substantially during the next decade. Or: Interest rates CAN’T rise because rising rates will crash governments, economies, derivatives, equity markets and more.
President Nixon “temporarily” severed the weak link between gold and the US dollar in 1971. The link is still severed. The economic well-being for most people and the sound dollar have suffered. The dollar is no longer described as “good...
The corrupted Republican and Democratic parties in the US have put forth two of the most despised candidates – ever. One candidate is probably more corrupt than LBJ - and both parties are rapidly losing credibility. Ask yourself, does...
You want to retire soon but you don’t trust debt based fiat currency paper assets. Besides, the stock market looks toppy and bonds have about run their 30+ year bull market to its inevitable and ugly end – as indicated by negative interest...
Steve Saville: “…there is no limit to how much new money the central bank can create.” The Federal Reserve – the central bank of the United States – issued over $16 trillion in loans, swaps, guarantees and more following the 2008 financial...
Gold, silver, and their stocks will either rally considerably, or incredibly, depending upon central bank insanity, more QE, helicopter money, accidents, and currency devaluations. Remember, Argentina hyperinflated over one trillion to one...

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