Mark Mead Baillie

Mark Mead Baillie Articles

Greetings from the high country here in Squaw Valley where yesterday (Friday) with much pomp and ado was celebrated the opening of the 2018/2019 ski season: expect that there isn't any snow. Nonetheless we've been outdoors on the tennis...
Pre-Stateside elections a week ago we penned (the "BUT" therein notwithstanding): "...should Congressional power shift left, gold ought shift up and get above The Box (1240-1280). Should Congressional power stay right, gold ought shift...
Gold's last three weekly settles have respectively been: 1230, 1236, and now yesterday (Friday) at 1235. Moreover, gold has settled in the 1230s for eight of the last 11 trading days. "BUT"...
Apparently excitable and sufficiently widespread were reports this past week on gold going up such as to generate an email from a valued, non-financial media friend specifically quoting from the Dow wires that "... demand for the haven...
Through the turn of the twentieth century, one of the so-called "common coins" here in Monaco was the 100 Franc Gold piece depicting the image of then Prince Albert Honoré Charles Grimaldi. Albert I was not as nearly beloved by his...
There's something wonderful about waxing eloquent (or otherwise) upon Gold whilst writing from Zürich. Here in the largest of Swiss cities, vibrant as 'tis, one is reminded of common sense, logic and coordination, and revels in witnessing...
Greetings from the beautifully bucolic Swiss canton of Fribourg where, like Gold, the cows barely budge toward otherwise producing their gruyérienne delights.
To open on a "yours truly" note, there was Switzerland long before Monaco entered our lives. 'Tis just that the latter's climate, locale and cosmopolitan culture supplanted for us that of the former's stoicity, moreover near-reverent...
For now nine weeks running, Gold's weekly settle has neither exceeded 1191 on the downside, nor 1223 on the upside: that is a week-to-week closing range for two months spanning just 2.7% from low-to-high, or a mere 32 points. Think back to...
To state that Gold closed down for the week -- indeed down for the 12th time in the past 14 weeks -- but that price's trend flipped up from Short to Long -- is justification to ring up the LTS (Looney Tune Squad) for the author to be...

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