Daan Joubert

Daan Joubert Articles

Has the DJIA topped out? Is the attack on gold and silver over? Will it be a V or an L or . . .? What is driving the COVID weekly cycle? At the moment these and others are still open-ended questions, to be answered in the course of time....
Early signs are that the current mega-intervention in the PM markets, a repeat of April 2013 and March this year, has started to taper off despite probably not (yet?) having delivered the hoped for results. There was no large and sustained...
As was described last week, events in April 2013 and again in March this year and now again, for a third time, show that when the Cartel gets really desperate, they pull out all the stops in their self-preservation.
Two dates in the history of the precious metals will stand out above all others for some time to come – April 2013 and August 2020; two occasions when the price of gold fell $200 in one shot. The two events differ in some essentials, but...
Estimates of the volume of the global market for financial market range from 700 Trillion dollars to upwards of 1.5 Quadrillion dollars. For comparison, the combined market cap of Wall Street and the NASDAQ is about $50 trillion – from...
During less than 3 weeks the US daily new infections have doubled, from 27 000 to 57 000 on Thursday and 54 000 on Friday. So far the increasing trend shows few signs of wanting to reach a peak and reverse. 57 000 new infections on one day...
The confrontation between the US and China is simmering in the background, now superseded in the MSM by burning US cities and the protest against Trump. On the PM front, last week saw gold and silver ending a week on a firm note for a...
The past year or and more have seen some strange behaviour by global weather. Countries in the southern hemisphere have endured extended drought while the northern hemisphere suffered weather extremes – extreme and often non-seasonal heat...
The time has been creeping down to the end of the half year. The price of gold has dipped down to $1400 and recovered to first hold around $1405. As the last trading day of the half year passed from east to west, the price even improved...
The real gross domestic product (GDP) is an inflation-adjusted measure that reflects the value of all goods and services produced by an economy in a given year (Investopedia). Inflation is the rate at which prices increase over time,...
The term “carat” comes from “carob seed,” which was standard for weighing small quantities in the Middle East.

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