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New York (May 5)  Gold has once again rejected levels close to $1800/oz after Janet Yellen spoke about rate increases last night. Ahead of... Read More
New York (May 5)  U.S. stock index futures edged higher on Wednesday as growth stocks bounced from a steep sell-off in the previous session... Read More
 London (May 5)  Gold and silver are trading marginally lower leading into the European open after a dismal session on Tuesday. Hawkish... Read More
 

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My 5,15 moving averages have converged into a “kiss”.  A crossover buy signal seems imminent, as does a gold price breakout over the $1800 round number resistance zone.
As we've been reporting for over a year, something radically snapped and changed at the COMEX in March of 2020. To that end, it's time for another update.
Gold bugs are closely watching what happens with Treasuries. Last year, the gold price hit a record high of $2,034/oz, largely due to the fact that investors were piling into bonds as a safe haven against pandemic-related uncertainty. A descending US dollar and...

Almost in stealth mode, precious metals have begun to bottom and start a new upside price trend while the US stock market focused on the FOMC meeting a few weeks back and current economic data.  Gold, Silver, and many of the Miner ETFs recently started a moderately strong...

By signing sound money legislation today, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has officially ended sales taxation on gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bullion and coins– thereby setting an example for legislators in New Jersey, Maine, Ohio, and Tennessee, who are still...
Last week was full of big events. The FOMC released its newest statement on monetary policy meeting, while Powell held the press conference. On the same day, President Joe Biden made his first speech to Congress . Let’s take a look at his words.
The USD Index let out a roar heard across all markets. The king of the financial jungle arrived, along with the greenback’s largest single-day gain.
So the end of April came and is now gone and we have entered the merrie month of May, with good memories of what had happened at this time last year. The question whether the short squeeze of silver is coming in to play is still open, but there should be a few...
Let's admit it right off the top: Gold did not reach our anticipated near-term target of at least 1800. "Well the week's intra-day high of 1790 was pretty close, mmb..."
The Dow Jones lacked one important item last week; a little excitement.  In fact, that has been true for the past two weeks.  That’s how it goes sometimes.
There is some evidence that we are still in the bull market which started in 2009 and which could continue into the first half of 2021 before major cycles take over and it comes to an end
During the past week, we had to endure yet another Fed Open Market Committee (“FOMC”) meeting during which we were spoon fed ample dollops of hopium sprinkled with equal portions of hubris and deception. As the “prepared remarks” were being delivered in grandfatherly...
Recently, my colleague, Egon von Greyerz, and I had some unabashed yet blunt fun calling out the staggering levels of open hypocrisy and policy desperation unleashed by former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan.
Here are today's videos and charts.  The videos are viewable on mobile phones as well as computers.
Although spring has begun, we can still find ourselves in winter, or even summer. Gold may benefit from such a seasonal aberration. Oh, how wonderful, spring has finally started, hasn’t it? We have April, after all. Well, in calendar terms, it’s indeed spring, but...
Gold investment capital flows are a primary driver of gold-price trends, fueling both major uplegs and corrections.  Massive outflows from dominant gold exchange-traded funds really intensified gold’s recent extended correction into early March.  But gold’s young upleg...
Gold started its decline without anyone’s assistance. And when the USDX takes off, that downhill tumble can only increase. The USDX declines and the precious metals sit by idly, twiddling their thumbs. If they had the strength that’s being talked about, they should be...
“March 2021 Producer Prices exploded across the board, with record levels of annualized First-Quarter 2021 Inflation of 8.99% for Total PPI-FD, 16.04% for PPI-FD Goods Sector and 5.62% for PPI-FD Services Sector (BLS)…On the more-meaningful Goods side, Energy and “Core...
Modern Monetary Theory or MMT, as it's better known, is a recurring theme that's not likely to go away. However, there's nothing modern about it, it's not about money (it's about currency), and it's no longer a theory.
On Wednesday (Apr. 28), the FOMC has published its newest statement on monetary policy . The statement wasn’t significantly altered. The main change is that the Fed has noticed the progress on vaccinations and strong policy support, and that, in consequence, the...
 “Survivalism,” wrote Evan Osnos in a 2017 article for The New Yorker, “the practice of preparing for a crackup of civilization, tends to evoke a certain picture: the woodsman in the tinfoil hat, the hysteric with the hoard of beans, the religious doomsayer. But in...
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