Mark J Lundeen

Mark J Lundeen Articles

Looking at Gold and Silver's post-credit crisis Bear's Eye View (BEV) Charts; Monday's decline wasn't much of a Bear mauling on the metals. Though panic in the gold market was heavily covered all day on CNBC, gold close down only 3.91%...
There are many different industry groups in which investors can risk their investment capital. At the NYSE, people can make (or lose) money investing in consumer goods, high-tech, financial services, basic materials and many other...
The current strength in the gold market is remarkable. Let's look at gold's Bear's Eye View (BEV) from its credit crisis low of 23 October 2008. In a BEV chart, each 0% is a new high of the series, all data points not new highs are...
The people who are looking at the gold market as if it's a deflating bubble are ignorant, or more likely ignorant and lazy. To prove my point, I took weekly closing prices for the Dow Jones, NASDAQ and the price of gold, starting from the...
After this week, it's safe to say that the dead-cat bounce in the 2007-11 bear market is over. It ran from the March 2009's -53% bottom, until April 2011, when it climbed back to its BEV -10% line. In June and July, the bulls tried to get...
I did a weekly article on the Dow Jones bear market starting in October 2008, after it declined 40% below its highs. I developed several indicators not seen anywhere else. I stopped covering them as they became boring, doing little since...
Bear Markets serve a necessary purpose in the financial markets: to clean up the mess left by the bulls. What kind of mess is that? When the party is financed with other people's money, Mr Bear's clean-up crew has quite a task before them...
Bill Murphy and Chris Powell are busy with GATA's much anticipated London Conference this week. I hope both have a good time promoting "Planet GATA" in the belly-of-the-beast. Bill said he was going to omit some of his daily Midas...
Traditionally, the long-term trends in the stock market and gold are counter-cyclical to each other. But there are those periods of market history where the Dow Jones and gold rise and fall with each other. Since 2001, when the bull market...
The King James Bible mentions gold 417 times. Not once does it mention a paper currency.

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