Bear's Lair

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.

 

There is a high probability that the correction in the gold price that started in early October at $1797 has been completed.

In the course of history, some of the great crises of the past were beyond the pale of human control. Other crises, however, were created by the very people who suffered the effects of them.

There is a high probability that the correction in the gold price that started in early October at $1797 has been completed.

With 2012 now behind us it's time to start looking for some new long term investments which have big potential gains in the new year. Copper is one metal that has caught my eye.

With 2012 now behind us it's time to start looking for some new long term investments which have big potential gains in the new year. Copper is one metal that has caught my eye.

Season's greetings!

The price of gold has been hit by selling under concerns over the upcoming U.S. "fiscal cliff." At least that's what the news media's explanation for gold's decline has been.

When someone says that QE (Quantitative Easing) is not inflationary they are probably claiming that it doesn't bring about an increase in the general price level.

Season's greetings!

After gold’s losses of the past couple of weeks there is increasing talk about its bullmarket being finally over.

We're now in the thick of the holiday season and we have to expect a very quiet week to come but that doesn't mean we won't see some nice moves.

Let's take a historical look at daily volatility in the old monetary metals from the early days of the 1969-80 bull market to the present.

Silver has been selling off relentlessly since the Federal Reserve expanded its third quantitative-easing campaign last week.

Silver has been selling off relentlessly since the Federal Reserve expanded its third quantitative-easing campaign last week.

Let's take a historical look at daily volatility in the old monetary metals from the early days of the 1969-80 bull market to the present.

In tonight's report I would like to show you some charts from different areas of the markets that might shed some light on what is happening with the precious metals complex.

Let's take a historical look at daily volatility in the old monetary metals from the early days of the 1969-80 bull market to the present.

Eventually all paper money returns to its intrinsic value - worthless. -- Voltaire

Question: When is an unprecedented economic event tantamount to a non-event? Answer: When another Fed intervention is announced.

Wednesday Report I'm going to show you a lot of charts of which some are positive and some negative. Today was a day where a lot of investors felt compelled to buy strictly out of emotional reasons.

Although you wouldn't know it from listening to all the bearish commentary out there, silver is actually enjoying a strong young upleg.

Yesterday's price action was very bearish yet again and we are patiently waiting for a counter trend pullback to happen.

Stocks remained buoyant this week as the market believes the Fed will remain accommodative in view of the latest drop in U.S. unemployment numbers.

According to a recent comment by a well-respected analyst, one of the problems with using gold as money is that the supply of gold could experience large swings due to changes in mine production.

Sometimes a very simple picture can replace 1000 words, so as such, this brief update will illustrate what is driving the market.

We had a great week with markets consolidating recent gains and setting up for higher prices this coming week by the looks of things.

With the rancorous fiscal-cliff negotiations dominating newsflow, the markets are rightfully on edge. Will a deal be reached as time relentlessly dwindles, or not?

Gold took a double hit recently based partly on a news item from the rumor mill that a large fund in Asia was selling to "run the stops."

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