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September 5, 2005

There has been so much said about Gold throughout history that there is little new that we might add, I am afraid.

Junior mining investors seem to be a bit depressed these days and many fear they'll have to wait years for any real excitement to kick back into the junior arena, therefore leaving them no other choice but to throw in the towel.

Greenspan's long-ago warning still rings true. Is Anyone listening?

September 1, 2005

The U.S. economy, which has clearly been a bubble in search of a pin, may have finally found one in Hurricane Katrina.

The bell tolls for the US Dollar because it is doomed. Like the Dodo bird, the US Dollar will, within the foreseeable future, disappear into the history books in the chapter on "Extinct Species".

August 31, 2005

On my mind lately has been the nature of the USDollar. It is not backed by any hard asset like gold, but rather by massive debt. It could thrive if backed by the commodity in greatest abundance in the United States, namely coal. Well, get serious.

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August 29, 2005

"AN EXPLOSION IS COMING!"

August 27, 2005

Introduction

August 26, 2005

In order to make the big returns offered by resource stocks, it is only logical that you should have some understanding of the underlying resource, whether that resource is gold, silver, oil or, as discussed here, uranium.

August 25, 2005

Yesterday on CNBC's "Closing Bell" my bullish opponent in a "Bull vs. Bear" debate rebutted my argument that Americans saved too little by claiming that the methodology used to calculate savings was flawed as it omits the accumulation of home equity.

August 23, 2005

August 22, 2005

There is no question that we have a 'Barrel of Troubles" from the Devil of The Twin Deficits (Trade & Budget) to the Deep Blue Sea of the Looming Bankruptcy of Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid.

August 20, 2005

What Will Cause the Next Recession?

$70 Tank of Gas

The Housing Market Starts to Show Signs of Weakness

Greenspan - Where's the Fire?

Malta? New York, London, Brussels, Sofia, Toronto, Etc.

The world of energy has many faces in the past two years. As the Middle East and Caspian Region encounter growing US Military presence, alliances have formed and are solidifying along the periphery.

August 19, 2005

Introduction

August 17, 2005

It's time we all stopped bellyaching and begging the government to fix our every minor problems and started taking responsibility for ourselves. Let's take the price of gas as an example. The Congress has managed to hold up the Energy Bill for five years.

Yesterday the Labor Department reported that July Consumer Prices rose by .5%. Today we were informed that July producer prices rose an even sharper 1%.

August 16, 2005

...Are doomed to repeat it!

There has been much debate in recent months/years regarding the symptoms of Central Bank excesses - which excesses range from excessive expansion of the money supply, to excessive downward pressure on short term interest rates.

August 14, 2005

August 13, 2005

It is six months since the last in the series of long term reports on the US Bond market, the gold price and US dollar-Yen, using the principles of Chart Symmetry.

August 10, 2005

Most economists whose opinions are promoted, or are used to defend public policy, are very shallow, faulty, suspect, and compromised. That has been my opinion for years. Here my usual fare of harsh criticism will soften into mixed criticism.

August 8, 2005

August 5, 2005

Whenever an asset falls in value by 80%, it has to be examined for its potential as a contrarian, value-oriented investment. Such is the case with Palladium.

In the second week since China's announcement of its decision to abandon the yuan's peg to the dollar, the reaction in global financial markets has intensified.

Recently, there were some interesting articles that discussed silver related issues in Mexico, like the unfolding of the "Peak Oil" scenario in Mexico and its impact on the Peso (www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_05/watso

August 4, 2005

Despite a sharply falling dollar, the U.S. Trade Deficit has continued to confound the experts by steadily increasing to new record levels of 6.3 % of GDP. What are the implications of this for the U.S. economy and what, if anything, should be done about it?

August 3, 2005

Today's (to be giant) Gold Bull Market continues grudgingly backing and filling so as to attract as few followers as possible.

August 2, 2005

A recent email exchange took place between me and the venerable Kurt Richebächer. We keep in contact regularly but not too frequently.

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