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August 19, 2003

Gold metal looks good here as it has broken the down trend line of the Symmetrical Triangle. Gold might now find support on top of the broken down trend line.

Gold metal looks good here as it has broken the down trend line of the Symmetrical Triangle. Gold might now find support on top of the broken down trend line.

August 15, 2003

August 12, 2003

We expect the Fed to hike short-term interest rates aggressively during 2004; not as part of a well thought-out plan or because Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan is not politically astute (he is most definitely a political animal), but rather because the bond market

August 11, 2003

Open Interest as reflected on the COMEX weekly chart on August 8th is now 550 million ounces (see below), with Commercials having a net open short position of 352 million ounces as at August 5th.

August 5, 2003

August 5, 1993: 'In a matter of seconds' the gold price dropped by $ 10 when COMEX trading opened in New York - a 'technical blitz of selling' had taken place.


What are "cycles" anyway? Who do they affect?

July 26, 2003


Question: what do the euro, the yuan, taxes, and gold have in common?

Answer: they all determine the future economic viability of the United States.

This article provides a final "in-depth" assessment of Silver and Silver related equities as investment opportunities over the coming years.

July 25, 2003

During the first half of 2003, gold and gold shares consolidated their considerable gains of 2002. After running up to $390/oz. in anticipation of Gulf War II in early February, gold entered a sharp correction, which completed its course by the end of March.

For years I've kept wondering how the major mining companies will be able to keep up their rate of production, never mind expanding it.

July 23, 2003

I am an individual investor that has been following the evolving silver story for the past 19 years. Being curious about how high silver prices might eventually go, I began making a list of the APPROACHING FORCES that will likely contribute to higher prices.

July 22, 2003

During testimony before the House Financial Services committee last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan indicated that he is prepared to maintain low interest rates for “as long as it takes” to energize the listless economy.

July 21, 2003

Our reasons for focussing so closely on Silver at the current time are threefold:

Some outstanding points are made in the Puplava article.

Just want to mention a few before my brief thoughts on contrarian investing:

July 14, 2003

At the time that I wrote my first Gold-Eagle article (August 6th 2002) I was nervous that the world economy might be heading towards a "train crash", but I was fairly optimistic that the train crash could be avoided.

As far as our longer-term (12 months or longer) views are concerned it is usually possible for us to lay out in clear, concise terms, what we think is going to happen and why it is going to happen that way.

July 13, 2003

In the past week, the silver price rose, and the "traders" once again attempted to cash in, but Open Interest rose only modestly, as traders demonstrated a bit more tentativeness than they have historically demonstrated.

July 12, 2003

I promised to share with you some of the terrific letters I’ve received in response to my query about whether we should be worried about restrictions on gold ownership.

July 10, 2003

No, I didn’t stutter and strike the “1” key twice. George Washington was indeed the 11th president of the United States.

July 8, 2003

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July 4, 2003

There have been two very interesting developments in the past week:

1. Silver’s Daily Open Interest on Comex dropped to almost zero (See red line at bottom of chart)

June 30, 2003

It won’t be easy to put the genie back in the bottle

“Changing the Fed's monetary tactics may help, but the System needs basic reform. We should end its money-creating powers, make it a bureau of the Treasury, and freeze the quantity of high-powered money.”

In the last twenty and more years, gold has been insulted, belittled, called a "Barbarous Relic" , a mere commodity and treated with disdain, whilst being on the end of a campaign to reduce its U.S. price.

June 29, 2003

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