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January 4, 2006

When the December Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meeting minutes came out on Tuesday afternoon, it was akin to a starter gun shot at the beginning of a race. Debate will persist on interpretation. Regardless, the year 2006 has begun with a bang.

New .9999 fine (24 karat) 1-oz legal tender $50 gold coins will be added to the U.S. Mint's line of gold bullion coins in 2006 when President Bush signs into law a bill that Congress passed in December.

January 1, 2006

Jesse Livermore said this many decades ago, and it still applies today…"it is uncommon for a man to be right and sit tight." And in order to help many who are invested in the gold sector to sit tight, meditate on the chart below whenever the short-term volatili

December 29, 2005

A gap occurs on a bar chart in a bull market when the low for any period (day, week, month) is higher than the high for the immediately preceding period.

December 28, 2005

December 27, 2005

To listen to the Bears over the past few years, you would have thought we would all be in breadlines and soup kitchens by now. So far, all of the ranting about doom and gloom sounds more like the boy who cried wolf than accurate forecasting.

December 24, 2005

There are never ending arguments by many market participants as to what constitutes a bull market, and a bear market. There are many definitions, interpretations, and downright confusions.

December 23, 2005

To their credit, Wall Street pundits have noted the proliferation of signs warning financial danger; to their peril most have chosen to ignore them.

December 22, 2005

It's always easy to make investment decisions in hindsight. It's much harder to have a vision for the future. I believe that paper money will be destroyed, and that gold and silver money will once again be restored as money worldwide.

December 21, 2005

When my children were small, I used to tease them, a lot. Now they're all grown up and I still like to tease them. I guess old habits die hard. In order to pull their leg, I often took advantage of the fact that they possessed a blind faith with respect to anything...

December 20, 2005

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines "El Dorado" as a place of fabulous riches or opportunity. In my opinion Eldorado Gold Corp. (EGO) might carry that definition to new heights as this Precious Metals Bull Market carries through to fruition.

Technical analysis has issued a loud positive signal for gold investors, and to currency traders. The euro currency is key to the USDollar in recent weeks in the Foreign Exchange markets (FOREX).

December 19, 2005

[Every once in a while an artist creates a work which weaves a mix of emotions that mimic the real emotions of people in everyday life. Such a work might even become a "classic" if the work is upbeat and tells a simple story.

[Every once in a while an artist creates a work which weaves a mix of emotions that mimic the real emotions of people in everyday life. Such a work might even become a "classic" if the work is upbeat and tells a simple story.

Monetary inflation*, despite its popularity as a 'cure-all' during times of economic stress, can't possibly bring about an increase in total wealth.

December 18, 2005

Despite all the hype, the Commodities:Gold Relative Strength chart remains intact

Despite all the hype, the Commodities:Gold Relative Strength chart remains intact

Commodidollar Index hitting some mild resistance at 3000

Gold in US dollar attracted a lot of attention in the past few weeks. It broke $500, went parabolic by reaching $540, then dropped like a rock to touch $494 four days later.

December 16, 2005

The U.S. dollar, which has staged a counter-trend rally all year, looks like it is finally poised to resume its historic decline.

December 14, 2005

The USDollar is next to be subjected to a double-barrel assault, call it a shotgun. The first barrel lies in the financial sector. The interest rate advantage gradually fades, as the Euro Central Bank has begun its tightening cycle.

December 13, 2005

The word on the street today came out that there is no need to worry about inflation and the market shot up over 100 points, while gold dropped over $25 intraday points in two days. Was all this the result of removing the word accommodative? Bull S_it!

With gold and silver making new highs every other day, a lot of attention is shifting to the precious metals.

December 12, 2005

The demand for gold has been exceeding production for over 18 years and there is a tremendous amount of money in the system beginning to aggressively chase gold, a limited commodity.

December 11, 2005

We have spent some months, now, considering the Precious Metals markets, especially the HUI Index, as being in a great BULL MARKET.

December 10, 2005

The Russian Central bank is buying up to 1,000 tonnes of gold to double its gold holdings from 500 tonnes, most of which, 377 tonnes, is lent out.

Yesterday I posted a chart of COMEX October 1979 gold, showing the very nice run gold had back in '79.

December 8, 2005

An article in yesterday's Wall Street Journal discussed how self-proclaimed "Depression buff" Ben Bernanke claims understanding of how the Fed caused the Great Depression and precisely what he would do to prevent such a calamity from reoccurring under his tenur

Tis the time of the year when analysts and market observers are busily presenting their forecasts and outlooks for 2006, and as always, it will be a mass confusion for the investing public, as both bulls and bears will showcase their impressive arguments on why

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