Mark J Lundeen

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In early May of 2012, the Silver to Gold Ratio (SGR), or the number of ounces of silver that one ounce of gold will buy is looking really good. How is that? While it's true that from its lows of 32 last April, the ratio had retraced all...
Sorry for not writing for most of the month of April, but I've been under the weather for the past few weeks. Now that I'm feeling better I should be back writing weekly articles.
Gold is forming its second bear box since last September. So what does that mean? Well, by taking the daily closings in the price of gold and noting if each day was up or down from the day before, I then add all the +1 & -1 and plot...
There can be no doubt that the stock market is moving on to a new phase in its bull market. No kidding, that's all that CNBC talked about this week. We've certainly seen the Dow flirting with 13,000 over the past month, but we don't know...
"Anti-government extremists opposed to taxes and regulations pose a growing threat to local law enforcement officers in the United States, the FBI warned on Monday. These extremists, sometimes known as "sovereign citizens," believe they...
I haven't posted the Barron's Confidence Index chart for a while, so here it is. Since 1938, Barron's has computed its CI by dividing their Best-Grade Bond Yield by its Intermediate-Grade Bond Yield to derive the CI. I pushed the series...
After two weeks of trying, the Dow Jones now finds itself above its high of last April, and recorded it first BEV Zero in the Bear's Eye View chart below since 29 April 2011.
Ever since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913, prices somewhere in the economy are either inflating or deflating. There are two major areas for inflation to flow into:
Markets are not nature's creation, whose movements and events are definable with mathematical precision. Markets are human creations, subject to the emotional swings of the buyers and sellers. This is true from market bottom to market top...
The Dow's 8-count is simply the number of days the Dow Jones moved 2%, or more from the previous day's closing price in a running eight day sample. Whether the Dow Jones moves up or down 2% makes no difference. The 8-count is an indicator...
Minting of gold in the U.S. stopped in 1933, during the Great Depression.

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