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March 16, 2001

Those of us with a bit of age on us well r

March 15, 2001

As previously forecast, gold's dominant intermediate-term cycle has bottomed and the outlook for the yellow metal is firming up for the first time in months. After yet another cycle bottom in April, gold should be ready to take-off.

March 14, 2001

Gold closed the week at $270.80, it's highest close in just over two months. Gold lease rates have continued to move higher.

March 13, 2001

The big news this week was gold interest rates. At one point on Friday the 30-day lease rate actually reached 7% compared to a more normal rate of around 1%.

Look what the global elite has gone and done. Look at the mess the best and brightest have gotten all of us into. Mr.

March 12, 2001

All of us have friends, sometimes even very good friends – otherwise – who simply do not seem able to grasp that there really is massive manipulation of the gold price. "Naw", they say, "Gold is now just an outdated commodity.

Charles H. Dow, the founder of the Wall Street Journal and keen observer of the stock market, identified three time scales of market action. Primary trends are broad movements that usually last 4-6 years.

March 9, 2001

Skepticism reigns supreme. Hooray.

March 8, 2001

A major blue-chip mining company, Anglogold, has come under attack from a misdirected campaign within the ranks of gold investors.

Sometimes we should cast aside our charts and listen closely to what Wall Street is saying. Then leap to do the opposite.

March 7, 2001

After a couple of years of historic gains, the Nasdaq has suffered a devastating bear market in 2000 and 2001. For the last year we have been comparing this bear market to other bear markets from the past. 

March 5, 2001

The Federal Open Market Committee, as a strategy in its "war on inflation," voted last year to raise the Federal Funds Rate and the Discount Rate, saying:

March 3, 2001

Last week gold mining shares outperformed all other Dow Jones industry groups. Investors apparently may be beginning to recognize the wisdom and value of gold diversification.

March 2, 2001

No Fed action and no market leadership . .

Just so you know, it is widely held in close gold-bug circles that physical gold is being held back by certain Central Banks, including our own Fed. They do this in order to make inflation look low, to protect a number o

February 28, 2001

Unless the trends change instantly, the United States is facing a series of crisis' by Easter.

Perhaps no single number more fully embodies the essence of the rhythmic fluctuations which characterize human affairs than that of the number 30.

February 26, 2001

I would imagine that deep in the mind of any new president taking the oath of office for the first time stirs the thought, "Will I stand here again four years from now?

On Thursday of last week, GATA reported that The World Gold Council sent out a letter that day to its sponsoring members. Bull Murphy said that from what he heard it spoke of some problems in the physical gold market.

Perhaps no single number more fully embodies the essence of the rhythmic fluctuations which characterize human affairs than that of the number 30. Its significance to the realms of finance, economics, physics, mathematics, astronomy, and religion is integral to a...

February 25, 2001

The gold price has fallen for years. A conspiracy theory accuses world central and fat-cat banks of massive manipulation.

Some people argue that the price of gold is being kept `artificially' low in order to obtain a global gold price of reduced value. Dr.

Leisure is the measure of money; the fundamental use of money is to store value, and leisure is the fundamental measure of value. *

Leisure is the measure of money; the fundamental use of money is to store value, and leisure is the fundamental measure of value. *

February 24, 2001

There is little in the current literature on securities analysis that approaches the accurate method of forecasting stock prices based on the so-called "fundamentals." Although much ado is made of fundamental analysis in the financial re

February 23, 2001

The brief two-week rally we forecast for the listed stocks this week failed to materialize as the dominant short-term cycle apparently topped early. A decline began early this week and has intensified as of this writing at mid-week.

February 22, 2001

The barbarous relic has long been demonized by inflationists of all persuasions who rankle at its ability not only to restrict their ability to counterfeit the claims needed to pay for their social programmes, without explicitly asking taxpayers first, but at the...

February 21, 2001

Within striking distance of late December lows . .

February 20, 2001

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