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In general, 3rd waves in the Precious Metals stock universe tend to be dominated by intermediate producers and soon to be intermediate producers. With that said, we appear to be at the juncture where the large cap PM stocks tend to start...
It doesn't have to play out, but a note of warning of the possibility is to be forewarned. Recently, I suggested that the fractal surrogate chart I have from the 70's played out with a final sharp drop in that PM stock surrogate. This is...
The markets, right now, seem to be in a period of indecision with most market writers diverging toward the two extremes. The Deflationists are looking for the Dow to fall to 4,000; or in one case even down to 1,000. They are looking for...
Since the Precious Metals Sector is the main emphasis of our investing interest for the foreseeable future, we will be moving our attention on to the Precious Metals and the Precious Metals Stocks over the next few weeks. That does not...
PART 1: THE DOW The DJIA has risen in what appears to be 5 waves off of the March 2009 bottom. At this time it has formed a head and shoulders top with price having broken down below the left shoulder. With the massive backdrop of...
We are going to continue to take a bit of a break from our editorial series "The Effects of Dollar Inflation" while we continue to track the progress of what we expect to be a sharp run higher in the PM complex into June. Last week Gold,...
We are looking for the PM sector to make a big run starting right about now- a run that will likely take $Gold up to new highs over the next couple of weeks. Let's take a look at a couple of charts.
At this special Easter Time I would like to dedicate my market work in general to a fallen friend from long, ago. I doubt that anybody would appreciate my work with the markets as much as he would. I know you are smiling down upon us, Big...
At this special Easter Time I would like to dedicate my market work in general to a fallen friend from long, ago. I doubt that anybody would appreciate my work with the markets as much as he would. I know you are smiling down upon us, Big...
PART 3: SHORT UPDATE AND REVIEW
In 1934 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt devalued the dollar by raising the price of gold to $35 per ounce.

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