Jeff Clark

Senior Analyst, GoldSilver.com

Jeff Clark Articles

It’s been a heck of a run. The S&P has nearly quadrupled since its 2009 low. It currently ranks as the second-longest bull market in the last 140 years (top green bar).
It may be frustrating to watch the gold price remain dormant as stock markets continue to push higher. But while cryptos and President Trump grab a lot of the headlines, you might be surprised to know there are significant forces behind...
It was one of the coolest scenes in the Adventures of Superman show: Clark Kent ripping back his business suit to reveal the Superman outfit underneath while he sprints to save the day. Probably millions of people have seen that...
It may feel like we’ll escape a debt crisis since, well, the world hasn’t ended in spite of runaway debt levels. Some of us hard money people feel like we’re taking crazy pills; how the heck can debt be so out of control, so completely...
I gave a presentation to some corporate board members recently, and they had one primary question on their mind. Why is overall gold demand weak?
There are clear supply pressures coming to the gold market, so the last thing it needed was a new source of demand. But that’s exactly what it’s about to get, and as you’ll see, it could potentially push supply into a strained predicament...
It was a pretty simple inquiry on my part: Mike Maloney predicts the stock market is facing the mother of all crashes—if he’s right, then how long before the average stock investor would get back to even?
There’s an advantage to being well-connected in an industry: you can sometimes be among the first to spot a change in trend. And that appears to be exactly what’s happening in the gold industry.
We measured every bull cycle of gold stocks and found there have been eight distinct upcycles since 1975. We also discovered something exciting: Only one was less than a double. (A second was 99.9%.)
Have you noticed the trend in mainstream headlines over the past week? The gold price may be stagnant, but forces behind the scenes signal that something big is gelling. What conclusion would you draw from this rundown of recent headlines?
China has only 2% of its Total Foreign Reserves in gold.

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