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August 13, 2006
August 12, 2006

When economic times are good, people pay very little attention to the work of economists. Only when an economy experiences a downturn do people come to economists asking how this latest disaster happened and how do we get out of it.

August 11, 2006

This week, as the Fed came through with its highly anticipated pause, it conspicuously left the door open to future rate hikes.

Dear Mr.Kingston:

August 10, 2006

Key fundamental changes in the USEconomy are underway.

I am not an extremist, or at least try not to be. Paranoia runs deep in most of those of you who read these columns or invest in precious metals, as it should.

August 8, 2006

Well, hello to everyone. It has been some months since I have written an editorial so just where do we start?

August 4, 2006

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When combined with last week's soft GDP numbers, today's weak jobs report, which contained an up-tick in the unemployment rate, gives the Fed all the cover it claims to need to ignore evidence of accelerating inflation and finally come t

Do you gamble with gold and silver physical? I mean, when it seems to have reached a 200 day moving average or better, do you sell and buy back when it goes down?

August 2, 2006

Many of you will have seen, at some point in your lives, the classic optical illusion picture, shown below, in which you at first see either a young woman, or an old hag.

August 1, 2006

I have been reading many articles on the topics of gold and gold miners for a few years now.

July 30, 2006

Major uptrends start when people are least expecting them, and sadly that includes a lot of analysts who, being human too, frequently get caught up in the prevailing psychology.

July 29, 2006

My last article "gold stocks are breaking down" has incited a few hate mails from the gold bugs.

July 28, 2006

Those of us in the investment business who advocate individual gold ownership are often accused of being unpatriotic.

July 27, 2006

There are a lot of conflicting opinions being bandied about regarding the outlook for Precious Metals prices, as many readers will no doubt be aware, and when this occurs, it is usually a symptom of a trading range situation.

Oh my gosh, what'll we do now? Helicopter Ben must be stewing in his boots as he finds out what a mess Greenspan left him. Here in Colorado, one out of every 158 homes is in foreclosure, the worst in America.

July 26, 2006

Many investors wonder what the consequence is with a damaged compass for guidance in the economic seas. Assets must be granted a premium benefit in return for risk to capital.

July 24, 2006

Once in a while it becomes necessary to take a step back and do a "reality check" on the overall state of the markets.

July 23, 2006

Attention: As an analyst and a trader, my job is to analyse and trade. But I have learned to differentiate between the two. I trade on my signals and set ups, not my analysis.

July 21, 2006

When Ben Bernanke told Congress that moderating economic growth will likely contain inflationary pressures, Wall Street responded with its biggest one-day rally in nearly two years.

July 20, 2006

That's an interesting subject, isn't it? Just about every consumer item we wear or use, be it TV, shoes, clothing, or parts of all sorts, are made in China. We have a huge trade deficit with China.

July 19, 2006

When gold (and most commodities) came crashing down recently from a high of $730 to $540 in just a few weeks time many experts declared the end of the precious metals (and commodity) bull run. But based on what?

July 13, 2006

In recent weeks, as the word "stagflation" has made a few appearances on the national media stage, many bullish skeptics, such as CNBC's Steve Liesman, have downplayed the current "mini" stagflation with contrasts to the "real" variety o

We have all witnessed the great rally of gold in the past few months, reaching beyond $700, and then just as quickly, fell to $560 within days, and now we have rebounded, reclaiming 50% of the plunge. Where to from here?

There is no bond conundrum.

You remember the old song, don't you? "Foot bone connected to the ankle bone, ankle bone connected to the leg bone, leg bone connected to the thigh bone…" etc. Goes all the way to the top, or from the top down maybe.

July 12, 2006

When both base and precious metals took a tumble in May, skeptics of the whole bull market felt confirmed in their view that a lot of the price action was purely down to speculators in the futures and options markets driving the price be

July 9, 2006
July 7, 2006

Today's negative stock market reaction to the weak jobs data shows that the "bad news is good news market," which has ruled for the past couple of years, may have finally become a "bad news is bad news market." With the June non-farms pa

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