Two of our three requirements for a major uptrend developing across the Precious Metals sector that were set out in the last Gold and Silver Market updates have now been met - first silver has broken out to
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.
Investors around the globe are concerned with the economic outlook, not only with the United States but with virtually every country.
You may find this difficult to believe, but there are over 300 million scrap metal and paper recyclers in the United States.
Wednesday the market didn't tell us anything new.
Human stupidity manifests itself sometimes as a one off act and at other times as an enduring strategy. The experiment with fiat currency falls into the latter category.
Some prefatory stories are highly revealing. Bank of America is badly on the ropes.
Gold's at another all-time high today. What else is new! It's the same old, same old as it just keeps slowly mowing forth.
Resistance is futile. Gold is charting into new frontiers. We're now on the road towards $1,500 Gold and $30 silver.
Gold's typical autumn strength has been garnering a lot more interest than usual this year. Since its late-July seasonal low 8 weeks ago, this metal has rallied over 11%.
An open letter to Paul Volcker, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, 1979-1987; Chairman of President Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, prese
In the first part of this series, we took at a look at Partial Equilibrium (PE) analysis in terms of analyzing a particular good or service rather than macroeconomic aggregates.
Japan has proved without confusion that 0% is a permanent stuck position. The United States will repeat the path, but with a vast mudslide.
There is regularly talk about the Fed (or Treasury) devaluing the US dollar, but how do you devalue something that doesn't have a fixed measurement?
More than 95 respected economists, academics, analysts and market commentators are of the firm opinion that gold will go to $2,500 and beyond before the parabolic peak is reached.
Forget what you hear and read in the press about a gold bubble. I can virtually guarantee that there will never be a bubble in gold for seven simple reasons:
It was a major week in the precious metals market as the ones I cover in this free letter broke out to either new all-time highs, or new highs of recent times.
After weathering a lackluster grinding summer, commodities stocks are poised for a big rally.
Alan Greenspan had full knowledge of his betrayal to the principles of sound money. He wrote early in his career about the only legitimate basis for a monetary system, namely Gold.
Some years ago I remember watching a retrospective documentary about life in Florida in the heady days of the Apollo moon program.
It's time to face up to both the systemic and economic reality that is plaguing banks, housing and international trade.
The first week back after Labor Day wasn't what it was cracked up to be with even lower volume in the S&P500 index than was seen all summer long.
Gold enjoyed a strong August after emerging out of its late-July seasonal lows. But interestingly last month's bullish action was probably just the beginning of gold's newest rally.
The Golden battle lines are drawn and the first day was a bloody one.