I. M. Vronsky

Founder of Gold-Eagle in January 1997.  Vronsky has over 42 years’ experience in the international investment world, having cut his financial teeth in Wall Street as a financial analyst with White Weld. Vronsky speaks three languages with indifference: English, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.  His education includes a degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma, a Liberal Arts degree from Hartnell College and a MBA in International Business Administration from UCLA – qualifying as Phi Beta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi for high scholastic achievements.  Vronsky believes gold and silver will soon be recognized as legal tender in all 50 US states…and many countries worldwide.  You may reach I. M Vronsky at: vronsky@gold-eagle.com and/or vronsky@bellsouth.net

I. M. Vronsky Articles

There are numerous irrefutable signs in Wall Street that forecast an inevitable and imminent BEAR MARKET IN STOCKS. Indeed, these same signs accurately forecasted the 2000-2002 and 2007-2009 Bear Market in stocks. And based upon the...
The 34-year chart below clearly demonstrates that in general the US Dollar Index runs parallel to the trend of Fed Funds Rate (1984-Present). Although there is a material time lag in some years, the long-term trends of both run in tandem.
Since late December 2015, the gold price has initiated a new bull market. Nonetheless, all bull markets inevitably and eventually experience corrections…especially after having surged more than 28% in less than 8 months, which is the...
To adequately answer the title question of this article would indubitably demand the voluminous attention of 10 PhD dissertations. The reason being that there are an uncountable number of factors that fuel and guide the greenback’s path....
According to international pundit Kim Iskyan, “Gold is falling because of the Fed — but not for the reason you think.” Ms Iskyan goes on to clarify: “Gold investors can stop worrying. Despite recent chatter, interest rate tinkering at...
“Money supply is one of the most basic parameters in an economy and measures the abundance or scarcity of money. Stock prices tend to move higher when the money supply in an economy is high. Plenty of money circulating in the economy both...
Per Deutsche Bank Research: Currency forecasts point to potentially significant declines in international returns (i.e. lower performance in foreign currencies). “When left unhedged, currency exposure can have potentially negative effects...
Today, understanding palladium is more important than ever, because there are important correlations between the palladium/gold ratio and stock market prices. Currently, the ratio of palladium to gold is giving warning signals for both the...
Indubitably, current US stock market topping pattern is fueled by unbridled greed and unrealistic Stock Buy-Back schemes fueled by the Fed’s Negative Interest Rate Policies (i.e. Quantitative Easing). However, as it did in 2001-2003 and...
As all monetary students well know, the value of a country’s currency is determined by many factors. Among these are Fundamental Factors, Technical Factors and Pure Political Policies (the latter based upon the immediate “needs” of the...

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