Hubert Moolman

Precious Metal Expert & Author

Hubert Moolman is a self-taught gold and silver analyst who writes a precious metals newsletter specializing in fractal chart analysis and monetary fundamentals (especially gold and silver). He has a background as a Chartered Accountant, and managed his own firm for 9 years. He also has a website that publishes educational articles on gold, silver and the dangers of fiat money. 

Hubert Moolman Articles

The following is an update of Is Gold Price Action Warning Of Imminent Monetary Collapse? During the 2008 financial crisis the Fed significantly increased the US monetary base to keep the system from collapse. They are currently in a...
During the 70s bull market, gold went from $35 to $195 in the first phase. That was a 458% increase. The first phase of the current bull market took gold from $252 to $1920, which made for a 661% increase.
The US Dollar index is not a true measure of value of the US dollar. It just tracks an “exchange rate” between the US dollar and a basket of significant fiat currencies.
It is reasonably well known that many Roman emperors debased their currency (coinage). This was a very bad practice, since it is really a reflection of the debasement of the value of the kingdom (empire or country); going from a honest and...
After a more than 50-year bear market in gold stocks, things are coming together to create virtually perfect conditions for gold stocks. Gold prices are at (or near) all-time highs in most currencies, and will likely continue to rise over...
During the 2008 financial crisis the Fed significantly increased the US monetary base to keep the system from collapse. They are currently in a similar situation, and have done (is doing) the exact same thing.
Gold stocks are often cited as recession proof stocks. Although this has not always been true, they do tend to rise when the economy is in a recessions and/or when the general stock market is in decline or showing relatively little gains.
Since 2016, the US Monetary Base has declined by about 23.68%. This is the deepest and longest decline since the Federal Reserve was formed. This should not be ignored. The last time there was a decline close to this magnitude, there was a...
Gold is moving closer to confirming a multi-year bull market per my long-term comparison. A decisive move higher than the $1375 area would be confirmation of this bull. Below, is the updated long-term comparison:
Previously, I have shown how we could be close to major financial crisis with the monetary system at the center. The following chart that shows the ratio of gold to the monetary base was used:
Gold is the official state mineral of Alaska.

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