There is no question that Gold has been the only story worth talking about in 2002. For the year gold was up 20%. Many junior gold shares were up many hundreds of percent.
Bear Markets always follow Bull markets and a severe stock market correction is long overdue. Bears Lair will spot, monitor and analyze the stock market correction as it develops.
Since the early 1980s, the United States has been the major destination for foreign goods on a global scale.
The following Point and Figure charts tell an interesting story.
The US Dollar has broken down
Bullish Markets: Gold, commodities (XAU and the Rogers Raw Materials Fund), gold stocks, silver stocks and the U.S. Treasury markets.
Y'see, when you get to be as old as I am, you can remember a lot. I grew up in a drug store, because my Dad owned one for 36 years.
Early in the year 2001 twenty-two "expert" Wall Street analysts from Louis Ruykeyser's "Wall Street Week" gave their estimates as to where the Dow would be at the close the year.
Despite mounting opposition to war with Iraq, the Bush Administration is intent upon bringing Saddam "to justice." The resulting rhetoric has dimmed the global community's view of the United States as reflec
This one will be controversial, and I am sorry, but this is MY OPINION ONLY, and I won't change it. If you disagree, that's your prerogative.
We don't actually hope to go back to the old ways of using gold coinage; it's just that the Federal Reserve's monetary policies keep driving us there.
Introduction: Frank Giustra is not your typical investment banker.
A little over two months ago, we expressed some doubt about the immediacy of a push to new recovery highs.
What if I said the words "file cabinet," and you thought I was talking about a 1983 Buick Skylark? That would be a bit of an interesting conversation, wouldn't it?
The dollar price of gold broke out on the upside last week from the consolidation since May of its move from $278.70 an ounce at the end of 2001 to $ 330 an ounce in May.
Check out the papers. California is $21 billion in the red. All states are in the red. Counties, cities, towns, and even villages are broke.
The bear market of 2000 and 2001 has produced the largest declines in the stock market since the 1970s.
The supposed non-value of paper currency is a common theme in conservative financial circles today.
A little-known mining concern is rapidly making progress in exploring and developing gold-rich properties in Alaska and Canada.
THE 50% PRINCIPLE - Let's take a look at the very big picture as seen via the 50% Principle. For the benefit of new subscribers, I want to review the 50% Principle.
The words "not a casus belli" caught my eye yesterday. They appeared in a White House press release.
Mutual Fund rating service Morningstar.com recently ranked the top-performing mutual funds for the year-to-date 2002.
"Economists say America is unlikely to follow into Japanese-style deflation," said a recent Wall Street Journal article, "because U.S.
After decades of "miracle" economic growth since World War II, Japan's economy abruptly faltered in 1990 and has stagnated since. Why?
Truth is a delicate lining, not easily seen except in certain light - Ed Bugos
We in the gold community have a sticky decision to make.