GE Christenson

Gary ChristensonGary Christenson is the owner and writer for the popular and contrarian investment site Deviant Investor and the author of the book, “Gold Value and Gold Prices 1971 – 2021.” He is a retired accountant and business manager with 30 years of experience studying markets, investing, and trading. He writes about investing, gold, silver, the economy and central banking.

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Breaking News: The Dow closed at 26,616 on Jan. 26, 2018, a new high. The Dow closed on November 5, 2019 at 27,492, a gain of 3% in 22 months. Gold closed at $1,352 on Jan. 26, 2018. Gold closed at $1,484 on November 5, 2019, a gain of 10...
Tennessee Ernie Ford sang about the plight of coal miners decades ago. His song remains relevant in today’s increasingly crazy world.
“Hello, my name is Jerome. I’m a central banker.” “Hello, my name is Janet. I’m a Keynesian.” “Hello, my name is Ben. I’m a monetizer.” “Hello, my name is Alan. I’m an inflationist.” “Hello, my name is Paul. I’m a central banker.” 
Have you heard loud warnings from Mainstream Media or from official government sources about the following huge problems? No! Official sources and the media are largely silent. They can’t/won’t discuss our serious problems and prefer the...
Hurricane Dorian pounded the Bahamas and hit the United States. The destruction was impressive. Hurricane Federal Reserve has devalued the dollar for over a century. The destruction has been large. A few benefited, many lost wealth,...
From Ralph Waldo Emerson: “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” His insight applies in life, investing, analysis, the S&P 500 Index, gold, silver and others. Consider these examples.
WHAT BIG CON? There are so many in the worlds of central banking, economics, government, and money that we list only a few.
Bull markets make higher highs and higher lows. Bear markets make lower lows as they progress. It makes sense that bull markets have many up days and a few down days, and that the average up move is larger than the down moves.
Like living in quiet desperation, holding on with our fingertips, scared we are losing our grip on the slippery mountain, on reality, on what little control we possess… central banks and governments are desperate.
Breaking News: COMEX paper gold contracts closed on Wednesday, August 7, at $1,513, up from $1,274 on May 22. Gold bottomed at $1,045 in December 2015. The S&P 500 Index closed at a new all-time high on July 26.

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