Mark Mead Baillie

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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...
Obviously a mere glance at the above Gold Scoreboard's right hand panel shows us measures of two monies we regularly follow, i.e. the U.S. Dollar money supply (M2) and the price of gold, which until some seven years ago ceased its...
Two-thirds of the calendar year are gone. What else is gone? gold. Gone down. Gone bad. Gone to hell in a hand basket. Gone to begging for handouts into said basket. As is Sister Silver: "She's gone ... oh I, oh I'd ... better learn how to...
Our subject is Gold, but briefly let's start with stocks as they're breaking the mold. The S&P 500 marginally broke its all-time closing high yesterday (Friday) in settling at 2874.69: that is 1.82 points higher than the previous such...
So much for the "immovable object", eh? Oh, the yellow metal finally got off its butt alright: but without noticing that a dastardly team of Shorts had snuck in this past week and tied together gold's shoelaces such that it fell flat on...
Summer's doldrums, August's dog days, call 'em what you want: the world's gone nuts and Gold's gone to sleep for the one billionth time instead of responding to any one thing in any one direction. Price settled yesterday (Friday) at 1219;...
"Oh woe is gold! The Fed shall further raise its rate! Oh woe is Gold! The Dollar is looking all so great!" We interrupt this conventional "wisdom" with the following friendly reminder:
A week ago from the high mountains of Squaw Valley we nixed our forecast for gold to reach 1434 this year. 'Tis clearly evident not just by all the substantive overhead resistors -- notably The Box (1240-1280), The Whiny 1290s, and The...
The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”

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