zentrader.ca / Option Scientist / August 12, 2014
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gold-eagle.com / Jeff Clark / August 16, 2014
The metal had developed a long-term inverse “head and shoulders” pattern on the chart. This is a bullish pattern that often signals the reversal from a bear market to a bull market.
I said if gold managed to rally above the “neckline” of [...]
gold-eagle.com / Gary Tanashian / August 7, 2014
With the help of some of NFTRH‘s standard weekly charts, we take a snapshot of the US stock market.
The Bank index is unbroken from a weekly perspective. People will talk about an H&S but it is not activated until the trend channel [...]
gold-eagle.com / Léonard Santoni / August 6, 2014
The gold miners’ good performance in 2014 bodes well for gold not having to worry about a bear market taking place, like in 2013, or about testing again its major $1,178 bottom.
We are still witnessing massive accumulation of junior miners’ shares since [...]
acting-man.com / Bill Bonner / August 7, 2014
Head Fake or More?
The Dow fell 139 points on Tuesday. Gold dropped $3 an ounce. It’s too early to know if this is just a head fake… or the start of a bear market.
Our old friend Mark Hulbert [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / July 30th, 2014
For economic truth-tellers like the Miles Franklin Blog, we are living through Dark Ages – which commenced when the global economy peaked in 2000, and expanded when it permanently broke in 2008. Its cancerous impact has become ubiquitous starting with the no-holds-barred corruption of economic [...]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014
Before you jump on the Bull market bandwagon of “don’t fight the Fed,” perhaps you should take a look at the quality of the debt the Fed has enabled and the diminishing returns on all that debt. The mainstream media is delighted to highlight positive [...]
gold-eagle.com / Mary Anne & Pamela Aden / July 29, 2014
No sooner had gold taken a back seat to the soaring stock market, when it did an about face!
Tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine pushed gold up. The Fed then fueled the rise by again affirming a low [...]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / SUNDAY, JULY 27, 2014
Which appears more likely–a straight-line extension of the past two years’ rise in stocks, or another “impossible” decline to complete the megaphone pattern? There are dozens of charts and data points supporting the case for a continuation of the Bull market in stocks or a [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/25/2014 09:17 -0400
It is unclear which aphorism best describes the latest note from Guggenheim’s Scott Minerd:
What goes up must come down
The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
He is referring to what happens to every “bull market”, even [...]
gold-eagle.com / Austin Galt / July 19, 2014
Well, what a hammering the markets took on Thursday! There’s always a reason for this move or that and the Malaysia Airlines crash near the border of Ukraine and Russia and its potential consequences was the main driver in this case. However, we are right [...]
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Be Prepared – Rate Hikes Are Coming Also, “Margin of Safety – How the Economy Reacts to Black Swans” and “Fast & Furious – Melt Up / Melt Down”
Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is “Be Prepared – Rate hikes are coming”. Jim looks at Fed Chair [...]
shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / July 14th, 2014
The story goes that in the Winter of 1928 Joe Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy, went to have his shoes shined. When the shoe shine boy finished he offered Kennedy a tip. “Buy Hindeburg,” he said.
Kennedy promptly sold off all [...]
gold-eagle.com / Bullion Trading / June 29, 2014
Sometimes the simplest charts say the most: here, for your viewing “pleasure” is a comparison of long-term government spending versus its long-term rate counterpart. It’s a stark look at how much less the government has had to pay borrowers even as their spending has increased [...]
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Peak Oil – Delayed But Not Resolved Also, “OPEC’s New Competition” and “Missing the Boat”
Jim’s first topic on the Big Picture this week is “Peak Oil – Delayed but Not Resolved”. Jim lays out the issue of Peak Oil in depth, and quotes studies that believe it could [...]
silverbearcafe.com / Dominic Frisby / June 27, 2014
In the 1970s, the big bull market was in gold. That was the place to be.
In the Eighties, it was Japan. In the Nineties, it was tech. And in the 2000s, it was commodities.
But what about [...]
investmentresearchdynamics.com / David Kranzler / June 21, 2014
The choices ahead are — the Fed will continue QE, or at some juncture ahead, all the smart boys will all rush for the exits at the same time. How this will all work out is a mystery to me. I’m just as happy to [...]
testosteronepit.com / Doug Kass / FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 2014 AT 4:38PM
By Doug Kass, President of Seabreeze Partners, Benzinga Contributor. This article was originally posted on RealMoney Pro.
“To everything – turn, turn, turn There is a season – turn, turn, turn And a time to every purpose under heaven A [...]
news.goldseek.com / By Gary Dorsch Global Money Trends / 11 June 2014
After nearly six years of unprecedented intervention by the world’s top central banks, the world’s financial markets are hopelessly broken. What used to be accepted as market gospel and guided investors’ decisions in the marketplace, before the 2008 financial crisis, – no [...]
kingworldnews.com / June 11, 2014
Today one of the greats, Mark Mobius, had some fascinating comments about Vladimir Putin and China. Astonishingly, Mark Mobius declared that we were entering a new bull market on the day of the dead low in of the panic that culminated in 2009. It was one of the greatest calls [...]
news.goldseek.com / By Rambus / 2 June 2014
In this Weekend Report I would like to compare gold to some of the more important markets to get a feel for the bigger picture that seems to be shaping up or gold. During gold’s bull market years it generally was stronger than most areas of the [...]
zentrader.ca / Chris Ebert / June 1, 2014
The S&P 500 and other stock market indices are making new record highs. Rallies in recent months – years, actually – have been strong and long lasting, with pullbacks brief and barely significant enough to reach the broadest definition of a market correction. In short, [...]
silver-investor.com / David Morgan / May 31, 2014
Here is my gold prediction (silver and gold mining stocks, should be the same) looking forward 24 months.
Since the top in gold in 2011 gold has selling off. Depending on how you analyze the market, this 3 year sell off could be [...]
The Big Picture: What Are Falling Bond Yields Telling Us? Are Equity Markets Topping? Also, “Global Energy Alliances and the International Monetary System”
BIG PICTURE, NEWSHOUR31/May/2014
Erik Townsend and Chris Puplava sit in for Jim this week on the Big Picture. In the first topic, Chris looks at the bond market and discusses possible factors [...]
gold-eagle.com / Warren Bevan / May 31, 2014
Good news and bad news this week. The good news is stocks continue to work as markets are acting well. We are going to have buy after buy rolling though for the summer and that is great news. If you’ve been reading my work you [...]
silvernewsblog.com / Ryan Jordan / May 24, 2014
As silver continues to trade in an ever tighter range between about 19.10 and 19.90 an ounce, I am sure many would rather watch paint dry than follow this market.
However, the kind of coiling going on right now in the silver market [...]
gold-eagle.com / Gary Tanashian / May 24, 2014
Many people would consider a drop in the S&P 500 to the 1550-1600 area to be a bad thing. But if the bull is real, and if a secular bull market truly has been created out of manipulation of the T bond market (QE’s bond buying and [...]
marketoracle.co.uk / Nadeem_Walayat / May 22, 2014 – 07:49 AM GMT
The UK housing bull market has barely begun and already bubble talk fills the media air waves whilst similar bubble talk in the US began a year earlier! The latest media noise concerns mortgage caps and rising interest rates, both are red herrings as [...]