Jeff Nielson

Jeff NielsonJeff Nielson is co-founder and managing partner of Bullion Bulls Canada; a website which provides precious metals commentary, economic analysis, and mining information to readers/investors. Jeff originally came to the precious metals sector as an investor around the middle of last decade, but soon decided this was where he wanted to make the focus of his career. His website is www.bullionbullscanada.com.

Jeff Nielson Articles

There have been two trends in precious metals markets in recent weeks which I find very alarming. On the one hand, we see the large "shorts" (JP Morgan and HSBC) in the bullion market ratcheting-up their short positions again.
In a recent piece I wrote (Suicide Bombers' in the Gold Market?) I strongly asserted that the highly-leveraged spread-trade which 'blew up' - and caused the most recent sell-off in the gold market - was deliberately orchestrated by the...
One of the problems with soaking-up the "conventional wisdom" on any particular subject is the risk of mistakenly being misled by a widely-held misconception, instead. Such is the case when the subject of "primary silver mines" comes up...
I am quite often asked by readers "what do you think will happen?" in some monetary Armageddon-scenario, such as the complete collapse of the entire, global fiat-currency system, or 'merely' the collapse of their own, domestic paper. It's...
Regular readers will know that I shun short-term charts and "technical analysis." Such tools carry a low degree of reliability, since they are built upon numerous false assumptions (beginning with "free and open markets" and "perfect...
When I first began examining supply/demand data on the silver market several years ago, I was somewhat hesitant to form conclusions, as silver (and gold) have traits which are very different than ordinary commodities - which affects supply...
I have spent a considerable amount of time discussing how a supply-crunch is looming in the gold market. With retail investment demand soaring, and central banks switching from large, net-sellers to large net-buyers, the world's gold-...
I recently received a request in my mail to spend more time talking about precious metals mining companies. I had just finished writing about the extremely dubious business models of most (so-called) "bullion-ETF's", such as SLV (see "Your...
In several previous commentaries, I have alluded to the extremely bright future for silver jewelry as yet one more reason to be extremely bullish about silver. To my surprise, these remarks have drawn little response from readers. As a...
The U.S. government (and their loyal, media-parrots) has spent a great deal of time crowing that "demand has remained strong" for U.S. Treasuries. A few years ago, such chest-beating would have been seen as simply a waste of time - since...
Small amounts of natural gold were found in Spanish caves used by the Paleolithic Man about 40,000 B.C.

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