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March 19, 2021

Chairman Powell of the People’s Bank of the USSA would have you believe inflation is no concern because the Federals are in control. The bond vigilantes, with their pistols shoved into his back, would have you believe Powell is their prisoner and is being hauled off to...

March 18, 2021

We have received many emails from members and readers asking us to follow-up on our December 30, 2020, Gann/Fibonacci research article entitled “Price Amplitude Arcs/Gann Suggest A Major Peak in Early April 2021 – Part II“. In that article, my research team suggested...
The greatest blackout in US history saw millions of Texans without heat as a polar vortex knocked out half of the United State’s energy grid, shutting down more than 4 million barrels a day of output or 40 percent of US production. Meantime for almost a year, the...

March 17, 2021

A year ago this past week marked the onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic. It also was the last full week of trading in the financial markets preceding crashes in all markets and a near-complete, albeit temporary, shutdown of economic activity.
I am often asked about my perspective regarding fundamentals, and why I see value in some fundamental perspectives and not others. Let me start by posting a tweet by a money manager, which I thought was quite funny, and gave me the idea to write this article.
Gold’s volatile little brother had an interesting run thus far, with internet forums buoying its price. But will fundamentals prevail? Where is silver headed?
After a tumultuous 2020 for the Bullion Banks, the delivery demand at COMEX has continued unabated in 2021. Are we getting close to "breaking the COMEX"? No, not yet. However, global physical demand is clearly placing a strain on The Banks' ability to flow metal around...

March 16, 2021

Now that the correction is largely over (or about to be), will gold and miners decline right away, or will they see some minor upside before a deeper plunge?

With a key US central bank announcement coming on Wednesday (I call it “Jay Day”), more green shoots are in play for gold.

The ECB accelerated its asset purchases, but unless the Fed follows suit, gold may continue its bearish trend. On Thursday (Mar. 11), the European Central Bank decided to accelerate its asset buying under the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program:
After an incredible rally phase that initiated just one day before the US elections in November 2020, we've seen certain sectors rally extensively. Are the markets starting to warn us that this rally phase may be stalling? We noticed very early that some of the...
Oftentimes, I will peruse the articles being published on Seeking Alpha to gain a perspective as to whether others “in the know” are bearish or bullish, and why. But, the “why” aspect is the most entertaining to me.
The best performing precious metal for the week was platinum, up 6.45% as it continues to pick up momentum from electrification. Gold rose the most in two months on Tuesday, rebounding from a nine-month low on a weaker U.S. dollar before falling at the end of the week.

March 15, 2021

The yellow metal’s behavior looks more bearish now than it did in 2017-2018. The USDX has a lot of bullets in its chamber, and gold can be riddled with them.
Worried about gold sentiment? Don’t be. The mainstream view of gold right now is an open yawn, and sentiment indicators for this precious metal are now at 3-year lows despite the gold highs of last August. Is this cause for genuine concern? Not at all. In fact, quite...
Gold is inside a long-term Bull market. In a previous article published at the Gold-Eagle site back in September 2020, we pointed out that gold had formed a Parabolic rise that would lead to a corrective decline, one that would be significant. We showed the below...
There is some evidence that we are still in the bull market which started in 2009 and which could continue into the first half of 2021 before major cycles take over and it comes to an end..

March 14, 2021

Last week's trading saw the gold market flipping recent patterns, here forming its low for the week with Monday's tag of the 1673.30 figure (April, 2021 contract). From there, a sharp rally was seen into later in the week, with the metal pushing all the way up to a...
This week the Dow Jones saw three additional BEV Zeros (new all-time highs) for the post March 2020 advance, of which there are now twenty. The last time the Dow Jones was down more than 5% from its last all-time high was on November 4th, over four months ago. Eight...
Said title might also be phrased as "Hire Gold from Here" (i.e. put Gold to work for you) or perhaps editorially construed as being "in our opinion" per the word "Here" rather than being specifically from the price of Gold at 1726 where it settled yesterday (Friday).
I had not intended to hit the keyboard today having worked all week to prepare the Special Situations Report on my top performing Norseman Silver Inc. (NOC.TSXV / NOCSF:US OTC Qb) (whose 65% YTD advance and 869% advance since the March 2020 lows has been a pleasant...

March 13, 2021

Long-term – on major BUY signal. Short-term – on mixed signals. Gold sector cycle is down. The correction since August is at or near completion. $$$ We remain 50% invested.
As Washington prepares to pump another $1.9 trillion in stimulus into the economy, asset prices are lifting. From food to housing to equities to precious metals, inflationary pressures are being felt in all markets this week.
The U.S. CPI inflation rate rose 0.4% in February, following a 0.3% increase in January. The jump was driven by a 6.4% spike in gasoline prices. The core CPI rose 0.1%, following no change in the preceding month.
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March 12, 2021

It’s all connected. The Eurozone’s underperformance boosts the USD, thus placing pressure on gold and the ETFs. So, which ETFs will suffer most?
There is a weakness in the U.S. dollar. Let’s start off by taking a look at the chart below. As you can see, the broad trade-weighted dollar index has been declining recently. Since its peak in late March 2020, the greenback has lost almost 12 percent.
The US stock markets have soared over the past year, achieving truly-astounding performance. Vast torrents of newly-created money deluged in, catapulting stock prices radically higher. But this epic flood of central-bank-conjured liquidity has left stock prices...
Central bank meetings over this week (Bank of Canada and European Central Bank) and next week (Bank of England and Federal Reserve) will almost certainly be centered around what approach the central banks should take regarding rising government bond yields.
The recently reported February statement of account of the Bank for International Settlements discloses that the bank's use of gold swaps increased to about 552 tonnes, which appears to be a record high, slightly ahead of the estimate of 545 tonnes reported at the end...

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