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April 17, 2002

Econ 101 courses around the world teach that central bankers cannot fine-tune their economies with monetary policy. The tools of monetary policy are generally considered blunt instruments, incapable of the necessary precision.

April 16, 2002

I first began investing in Durban Roodeport Deep (Drooy) in June of 2001. I did this mainly due to the essays of Adam Hamilton a.k.a. Zelotes). Mr.

It seems that market watchers and economic forecasters are unevenly divided into two camps with widely divergent views.

Stock market bulls have a big problem on their hands. U.S. stocks remain enormously overvalued. At the end of this week, the Earnings Yield on the S&P 500 stood at a measly 2.28% compared to a 10-Year U.S. treasury yield of 5.15%.

April 15, 2002

With the revelation to the investing public of fraud and misrepresentation in the presentation of Enron’s financial statements--fraud and misrepresentation in which the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen appears to have been complicit--a

"We're off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. We know he is the wiz of wizes, if ever a Wiz there was.

April 12, 2002
April 11, 2002

After interest in gold died down with the last failure to push above $300 resistance, suddenly, the metal wakes up to no fundamentals.

After interest in gold died down with the last failure to push above $300 resistance, suddenly, the metal wakes up to no fundamentals.

April 10, 2002

How very interesting it was to see a reputable financial publication addressing an issue that has been highly debated among gold bugs in recent years, but never formally substantiated.

April 9, 2002

The gold sector has been a source of both delight and frustration among traders in recent weeks.

The gold standard failed because a gold standard and central bank cannot coexist. It is as simple as that. That is particularly true when the gold standard is not sound in the first place, which many argue it wasn't.

April 8, 2002

Every month, my web site gets about 48,000 - 50,000 "hits." This means a lot of you people out there, are curious as to the prices of the various coins, bars, and other forms of bullion type gold and silver.

We sound like a broken record. But the fact is the stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 remains absolutely, ridiculously overvalued!

April 5, 2002

Complex crosscurrents . .

A highly significant article featured in last week's Financial Times.

Be aware of economic cycles, just as you watch the changing seasons.

Each type of investment has its cycle, and the way to invest

safely and profitably is to keep harmony with these cycles. Leon Richardson
April 4, 2002

If ever there was a reason to worry about a "double-dip" recession, here it is: according to Reuter's, "Few economists see a double-dip recession as a credible threat right now."

April 3, 2002

Let's see, since our last update:

Mr. Greenspan, would you please do something about this (see chart) before it gets outta' hand?

April 1, 2002

The wonderful federal government issues statistics galore, about every possible item that can be counted.

As a whole, stocks remain enormously overvalued. Thanks to Decision Point (www.decisionpoint.com) we know the latest GAAP S&P 500 earnings yield is a measly 2.24%.

We have been asked by some of our subscribers to give an opinion of the recently released report on gold bullion by the Blanchard Economic Research Unit of the precious metals sales firm Blanchard (New Orleans, LA).

March 29, 2002

Nailed Wednesday action . . . for another consecutive day of calls that defied most of the prevailing logic about this holiday-shortened trading week.

March 27, 2002

First let me make the following disclaimers. Everyone must do his or her own due diligence. Nothing in this essay should be considered investment advice.

March 25, 2002

Gold futures on the COMEX saw an impressive upside run this past week, closing up to $297.60 as of Friday. This is certainly a sign of underlying technical strength in gold on an immediate-term basis.

In all ages, pioneers of new ways of thinking and acting could work only because private property made contempt of the majority's ways possible - Mises in Liberty and Property

Have you ever known of an increase in government bureaucracy, spending, services, or intrusion into our life, that has ever regressed?

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