GE Christenson

Market Analyst, Author, and Founder of The Deviant Investor

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.

GE Christenson Articles

Gold and silver prices have been trading in declining wedge patterns since 2011. Crude has traded in a flat to down wedge pattern for five years, and the S&P has been moving inexorably higher since early 2009 in a contracting wedge.
A Yahoo headline: Pentagon Readying For Long War in Iraq, Syria. More war means more debt and higher inflation. Increasing national debt is as certain as death and taxes. Increasing consumer prices follow.
The world as we knew it changed after the dot-com crash of 2000 and especially after 9-11. National debt zoomed much higher. Stock markets crashed. The Fed introduced more “stimulus” and helped create a housing bubble. Government became...
The US national debt in 1989 was about $2.8 Trillion. Twenty Five years later in 2014, that debt had increased by a factor of about 6.3 to $17.8 Trillion.
Jim Sinclair says to buy “fish lines” and sell “rhino horns.” Stated another way – buy value when the price has plunged and sell when prices have gone parabolic.
I'm convinced – we can’t escape debt and taxes. Essentially all currency is created as debt, and our financial system creates more debt and more currency into circulation every day. Taxes are insufficient to pay the massive expenditures...
Given the troublesome economic conditions in the world and potential expansion of war in the Ukraine, Iraq, Syria, North Africa, and elsewhere, there is considerable risk that the S&P could fall substantially and a strong probability...
Gold persistently rallied from 2001 to August 2011. Since then it has fallen rather hard, down nearly 40% at one point, but it currently looks ready to rally for the balance of this decade.
In 1950 the US owned about 20,000 metric tons of gold – approximately 640,000,000 troy ounces. By August 15, 1971 when President Nixon “temporarily” closed the “gold window” that hoard had decreased to about 8,100 tons (Fort Knox, the NY...
There are several potential disasters that could disrupt the financial and political status quo, much like what happened after an Archduke was shot 100 years ago.
A sheet of gold can be made thin enough to be transparent

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