Stewart Thomson

Stewart Thomson is president of Graceland Investment Management (Cayman) Ltd. Stewart was a very good English literature student, which helped him develop a unique way of communicating his investment ideas.  He developed the “PGEN”, which is a unique capital allocation program. It is designed to allow investors of any size to mimic the action of the banks.  Stewart owns GU Trader, which is a unique gold futures/ETF trading service, which closes out all trades by 5pm each day. High net worth individuals around the world follow Stewart on a daily basis.  Website: www.gracelandupdates.com.

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There are numerous measurements of the supply of money, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has charts for most of them. These charts should be of particular interest to gold price enthusiasts, because they can indicate whether...
The US government is finally releasing the jobs report today. Most institutional players are expecting the report to show that about 180,000 new jobs were created in September. Many analysts believe this report is not too important,...
The price action of gold has been relatively “tame” recently, despite all the drama and emotional excitement created by the US government shutdown.
As one deadline after another passes, the US government is beginning to shut down. This is a truly horrific situation, and I'm stunned by the incredible complacency being exhibited by stock market investors. For decades, I've labeled the...
CNBC announced this morning that a total shutdown of the US government may limit gold's price decline, and there is a new rumour that CNBC may announce later today that if the known universe is 100% destroyed, that event could also limit a...
Is sizable QE tapering really going to happen? Perhaps, but the Fed has based the implementation of tapering on a consistent drop in the employment rate, and a steady increase in the housing market.
A number of bank analysts have suggested that gold could decline to $1000 in 2014. If economic reports continue to suggest growth is accelerating, the Fed might taper quite aggressively, and that could hurt gold prices.
As gold soared towards $1434 recently, greed seemed to be making a comeback. From the lows near $1180, the golden metal had rallied about $254, with only one minor pullback.
“Gold prices are likely to moderate to 1,300/oz by the end of 2013 and then gradually decline to 1,100/oz by the end of 2014 as economic growth in major economies regain momentum as investors increase their demand for riskier assets,...
“Demand right now is next to nothing," -Michael Kramer, U.S. coin dealer being quoted by Reuters News, Aug 20, 2013. Over the past few days, I’ve been a fairly heavy seller of gold bullion and gold stock trading positions.

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China has only 2% of its Total Foreign Reserves in gold.