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LONDON (June 23) - U.S. stocks were mixed on Wednesday after reassurances from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that the Fed is not... Read More
New York (Jun 23) - Gold prices rose on Wednesday, propped up by a subdued dollar after U.S. Federal Chairman Jerome Powell signalled... Read More
New York (Jun 23) - Futures tracking the Nasdaq 100 index hit a record high on Wednesday with investors razor focused on business activity... Read More
 

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The recent Fed's hawkish turn is fundamentally negative for gold prices but there is still some hope. The hawkish counter-revolution within the Fed continues. On Friday, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that the recent FOMC shift towards a faster tightening...
The correct definition of inflation is “the debasement of money by government and central banks“.  The effects of inflation show up in the form of higher prices for all goods and services.
When will the wax melt that holds up the global economy? Hubris is driving humans and markets ever higher and closer to the sun. The higher everything goes, the greater the risk that the wax melts and the wings that are supporting the global economy just fall off and...

The last two gold bull cycles, culminating in peaks in 1980 and 2011, were both followed by a price correction and then a multi-year consolidating pattern. However, The highs of last year do not indicate a multi-year peak, as gold is still in a long-term bull trend...

Once again, it was the "escalator up and elevator shaft down" for the COMEX digital metals. What does this mean for price moving forward and into the second half of 2021?
Time is a very important consideration for investors. Amateur gold bugs always want to know where the price of the metal is going, and by what date.
Battered gold and silver markets face a test of their bull market prospects. For gold, a bullish trendline has been in force since late 2018.
The prices of the metals were on a tear in April and May. Then some sideways action. And then this week, thud.
In the past week, precious metals investors, speculators, and traders have been forced to apply all kinds of salves, balms, and ointments to jangled nerves, rattled resolve, and battered net worth statements, all directly the result of an unexpected shift in the...
The best performing precious metal for the week was gold, but still off 6.04%. U.S consumer prices rose in May by more than consensus expectations. CPI jumped 5% from the prior year, with many price jumps reflecting shorter term price gains from pandemic-induced supply...
History does not repeat itself, many people say. However, the lessons from the past should be learned. The prices of precious metals have recently fallen after the last Fed’s meeting. Briefly, investors are worried the Fed will hike the interest rates twice in 2023 due...
Ben Bernanke and many other economists regularly blame falling prices as a cause of an economic collapse.  In fact, this forms the foundation of Ben Bernanke’s analysis of the Great Depression.  Regrettably for Ben Bernanke and these other economists, falling prices...
Fact checking politicos, headlines and central bankers is one thing. Putting their “facts” into context is another. Toward that end, it’s critical to place so-called “economic growth,” Treasury market growth, stock market growth, GDP growth and, of course, gold price...
We perceive the world around us through glasses that are colored by our previous experiences, or likes and dislikes and very much so, our prejudices. Yet there are certain guidelines for our attempts to make sense of what we see and hear that as a rule are accepted by...
This week the Dow Jones closed with a BEV Value of -4.28%.  It hasn’t seen a BEV value this low since November 4th when it last closed outside of scoring position with a BEV Value of -5.77%.  That’s over seven months ago.  Seven months in the market can be a long time...
Quite the week, that. Best we begin with some "Facts, Hercule, facts!" Gold: Having settled the week exceedingly down 6.2% at 1764, Gold is now priced by the market at but 46% of its currency debasement value (as measured by the StateSide "M2" money supply) of 3870,...
Well, precious metals markets got absolutely slammed on Thursday. The selling rout followed statements put out by the Federal Reserve suggesting that tapering and rate hikes could come sooner than previously expected.
Our proprietary cycle indicator is now DOWN. Our ratio is on sell signal. The sharp rally in USD this week has resulted in a double bottom. A strong dollar is not friendly to the metals.
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Gold was crushed this week following the latest Federal Open Market Committee decision.  While the Fed didn’t taper quantitative easing or hike interest rates, Fed officials’ predictions of future rates proved more hawkish than expected.  That ignited a powerful US-...
Wilhelm Ropke said of economists, "They look at inflation through the wrong end of the telescope and deflation through a magnifying glass."  Proof of Ropke's observation can be found by reviewing what the Federal Reserve did in the 1920s and what it is doing now.  In...
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