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March 1, 1999

The American Experience Conclusions

Chart Symmetry is designed around the observation that prices tend to change direction along certain preferred gradients. Different preferred gradients are linked though the Fibonacci ratio.

Since 1492 when Cristobal Colon (Christopher Columbus as he is known in the U.S.) discovered the Americas, GOLD has always been the monetary messiah of the Latin American continent. This region encompasses the entire area from the Rio Grande river (U.S.

February 25, 1999

"A pototypical distribution. .

February 22, 1999

Inflation, never far from the economic spotlight, enjoyed top billing at Alan Greenspan's recent appearance before Congress.

Chart Symmetry is designed around the observation that prices tend to change direction along certain preferred gradients. Different preferred gradients are linked though the Fibonacci ratio.


Central Bank Gold Sales: much ado about nothing

February 19, 1999

We haven't been this bullish on the speculative gold stocks sector in years!

Cast as the perennial bad guy of financial assets, gold faces many protagonists. Low gold prices reassure the bond market that commodity prices remain tame and that no inflationary threat exists.

February 18, 1999

Panicky peddling. . was not our expectation Tues. night when S&P premiums evaporated, and a big discount prevailed on the overnight Globex market.

February 16, 1999

" I set to work to read the Act of Parliament by which the Bank of England was created in 1694. The inventors knew well what they were about.

February 15, 1999

The American Experience

Period 5: Inflation of 1933-1997

Duration: 64 years

Commodity Prices: +1013%

Purchasing Power of Gold: +51%

Monetary System: Gold Exchange Standard, then Fiat

The U.S. stock market continued once again to display a surprising lack of decisive directional thrust last week for the sixth consecutive week.

Chart Symmetry – a comprehensive system for technical analysis – is designed around two observations of the way prices behave:

February 11, 1999

Supply is overwhelming demand. . . not just in IPO's, like the permabulls are rationalizing, but with the huge long positions "hot panting" mutual fund or vociferous hedge managers apparently haven't in any meaningful way started liquidating.

February 10, 1999

One of the smartest businessmen I know, a highly successful wine importer, has done well in the stock market over the last five years.

February 8, 1999

The global equity and commodity markets have been sending diverging signals of late, with some major foreign markets rebounding strongly from recent depressed prices while others hover near the precipice.

Bullish euphoria was severely dampened this week as the yield on the 30-year US government bond surged to 5.35% from last Friday's 5.09%.

February 5, 1999

Waiting for Godot . . . characterized much of Wednesday's price behavior ahead of Fedspeak.

February 4, 1999


North America's only profitable pure silver play -

A number of market observers have noted that the current excitement in the silver market is occurring exactly one year after Warren Buffett's announcement of his big silver purchase.

February 3, 1999

One of the worst things an analyst or investor can do is try to call a market top, especially if an all-out mania is underway, as is presently the case.

February 2, 1999

The stock market action over the last month was typical for the season. We started off with the usual sharp January rally, it fizzled a bit and then finished on a positive note.

The purpose of this article is somewhat technical in nature, and is designed to provide a mathematical and theoretical understanding of world economics.

February 1, 1999

Yesterday on CNBC, Bill Murphy, President of Le Metropole Café, discuss the efforts of an organization known as GATA (Gold Anti-Trust Action) to study and perhaps seek legal remedies against the control of the price of gold by some of Wall Street's major invest

It is an attempt to make sense of the announced 900+ ton daily turnover in gold on the London Bullion Marketing Association (LBMA), as recounted in the archive series of discussions that was triggered by the LBMA announcement of their turnover figures in mid 19

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