Brian Bloom

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The rising trendline on the weekly $XAU chart below (courtesy Bigcharts.com) has ten points of contact. It is therefore highly significant
Like many before him, Sir Isaac Newton was fascinated by Gold. Indeed, since time immemorial most of humanity seems to have been attracted by its glitter. Newton's reason, however, was different.
The chart below - courtesy Decisionpoint.com - says it all: In early 2006, a 25 year downtrend line was broken to the upside. Yesterday, a shallower 27 year downtrend line was broken to the upside.
Some weeks ago, this analyst published an article which drew attention to the relationship of gold shares to the gold price. The argument then was (and still is) that Baby Boomers are becoming fixated on cash flow and gold juniors in 1999...
Even the gold plated bears are turning bullish on the industrial equity markets. Why? The short answer: "Inflation"
The following evidences the (surface) fact that the US economy is healthy:
This essay assesses the probability that the world economy may be on the brink of spiralling out of control. It concludes that, provided we modify our behaviour and thought process in a departure from historical behaviour patterns, there...
The argument about inflation vs deflation is predicated on a Keynesian thought paradigm. When too much money chases too few goods, the value of money falls and prices of everything else rise. When 'money' is valued above all else (because...
Sometimes, intuition and fact do not reconcile. The following charts fly in the face of intuition. They therefore warrant some discussion. The Crudollar Chart is derived by multiplying the price of crude oil by the US Dollar Index. It can...
A sheet of gold can be made thin enough to be transparent

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