Ed Bugos

Ed Bugos is a mining analyst, investment banking professional, and senior analyst at The Dollar Vigilante (an online guide to surviving the dollar crash), with more than 20 years experience in the investment business advising clients on portfolio and trading strategies.

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"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be." Thomas Jefferson If the Fed didn't exist… Profits might. There may have been a tech boom, only profit, rather than "...
Fresh 4 year highs (nearly) in the price of wheat pushed CRB futures to new 52-week highs, as wheat bulls continued to try and complete a rounding bottom on the long term charts Monday. The nearest wheat contract gained almost 2 percent,...
Yes, careful, it could be that time on Wall Street when the proverbial watch that doesn't work actually gives the correct time… bring out the bananas, it's gonna be a party... a short one, but maybe it'll be fun. We're here for a good...
There was lots of second-guessing going on this past week as gold shares dove faster than Al Gore's latest popularity polls. The volatility is likely to continue. But the bears' vindication isn't. The louder the gold bubble crowd is, the...
Who didn't see that sell off in the Dow Monday? Looks like we need a fresh scapegoat. There'll be plenty scapegoats on the way down. Speaking of down, the Wall Street Journal finally broke the news. Their title was "No Safe Haven: Dollar'...
Keynesianism - you can fool all the people all the time (people are irrational anyway, subject to the "fetish of liquidity" and "animal spirits") Rational Expectations - you can never fool anyone, even a little bit
The crackdowns are well under way. Regulators are all over Wall Street's mess. Here's the story. Not long after the US government cracked down on Microsoft's business practices, the FBI began its own crackdown of stock promoter rings by...
It is apparent that Wall Street is walking through the valley of the shadow of death, as the well meaning public is increasingly becoming aware of the conflicts of interest related to its research enterprise. The conflict is in...
Technically, we can now say that the Amex Gold Bugs Index has entered into a new primary bull market. We only need the other indexes to confirm it.
It seemed at that time as if the whole nation had turned stockjobbers. Exchange Alley was every day blocked up by crowds, and Cornhill was impassable for the number of carriages. Everybody came to purchase stock. "Every fool aspired to be...

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The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”