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Gold-Eagle gold and precious metal news, market analysis and editorials from world renowned gold analysts and market experts.  Stay informed with the latest news and analyses on gold prices and perspectives on the economy to guide your investing decisions.


September 28, 2005

September 27, 2005

This article has a few major points to make, but also some "hands on" guidance for following, doing research, and profiting from Canadian mining and energy stocks.

September 25, 2005

September 23, 2005

Spikes in gold

Since the gold bull market began four years ago, I have witnessed many spikes, and without exception, all these spikes gave back about 70% of their gains in subsequent corrections.

September 22, 2005

Subsequent to my previous report, "Molybdenum The 21st Century Metal", I have done further extensive research for information on current and future uses of Molybdenum.

September 20, 2005

Stock markets truly need trumpets, so that the herd of sheep could hear the unmistakable signal, stop in their tracks, and perhaps reverse direction to move in the proper direction.

September 18, 2005

For all those readers who have slept through the last week, the Optimist is excited to tell you that the price of gold has surged to $460, its highest price in almost two decades.

September 17, 2005

The long anticipated major breakout #3 occurred this week, therefore, we are no longer swing trading the ETFs, instead, we are looking at loading up on gold stocks, and for those under funded, a precious metals mutual fund such as RYPMX or your own choice.

September 16, 2005

Earlier this week, Wall Street Pollyannas reacted with glee to the release of seemingly mild producer and consumer prices data.

September 15, 2005

And The Economy - September 15, 2005A few new readers have asked whether I realize how dangerous it can be to have the Central Bank print too much money. Yes I do, as I will prove in a moment.

September 14, 2005


September 12, 2005

September 8, 2005

In my column last Friday on my web site, (click on Don's Column), I hypothecated that the hurricane might trigger a terrible situation in America, and could possibly be the beginning of a collapse.

Apparently, New Orleans residents believed that their situation was the exception that proved Murphy’s Law.

September 7, 2005

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.

For specific detailed analysis of the Gold, USDollar, Treasury bonds, and inter-market dynamics with the US Economy and Fed monetary policy, see instructions for subscription to my newsletter research reports, which include stock recommendations positioned

August 29, 2005


August 27, 2005


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.

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