On Tuesday of last week (March 5), the Dow Jones closed above its last all-time high of 14,164.53 on 9 October 2007, when it closed at 14,253.77. As seen in the table below, each day since (until today), t
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 my last update: http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_12/goldheart030713.html on the Daily Gold chart, I have been posting a f
Gold miners have to be the most hated sector in the markets these days. At best they’ve been forgotten as the hyper-complacent general stock markets continue to inexplicably levitate. At worst they’re utt
5 Reasons Gold Will Set an All-Time Record In 2013
We have seen a great deal in the media about the best place to hold your gold, so would like to address the issue in real terms.
Have cycles have been overpowered by central bank intervention? This is a question that many investors have been asking in view of the stock market's relentless strength since November.
Trading with the trend should be your main focus for long term success no matter what type of trader you are (Options Trader, Stock Trader, or ETF Trader) although it’s not as easy as it sounds.
“The central banks’ gold is likely gone, and the bullion banks that sold it have no realistic chance of getting it back” Eric Sprott tells us.
The stock market has been on a tear since 2009 and currently displays a 6.5% stock market rally over the last three months, so why are billionaires quietly dumping their American stocks fast? I have been p
Every once in a while, someone utters a statement that suddenly galvanizes the issue at hand.
Gold’s technical breakdown suffered in its recent capitulation selloff naturally unleashed a flood of bearish sentiment. Traders are totally convinced gold’s woes are just starting, that the worst is yet t
Silver and silver mining stocks are front and center for investors and active traders. Because of silvers high volatility (large price swings) it naturally attracts a lot of attention.
To put the current financial situation in perspective, here's a long-term history of the debt-to-GDP ratio, which reached a record high at the beginning of the current crisis.
Last week I outlined a very bearish larger picture for the precious metals. I haven’t seen anything to change that view occur this past week with the exception of palladium.
Even though the newsletter I write for Casey Research is focused primarily on gold, our metals investments cover all the precious metals, and when warranted, some base-metals plays too.
The Dow reached an all-time high of 14,253 on Tuesday and naturally, the financial press drew lots of attention to this fact. Conspicuously absent from the media attention, however, was a complete lack of
Every baseball player knows the saying, “3 strikes and you’re out!” Well, the dollar bugs may be about to strike out, against silver bullion.