truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / January 26, 2015 at 10:15
Investors’ desire for precious metals is deepening after the European Central Bank’s $1.3-trillion (U.S.) stimulus drove gold to a five-month high and silver to the brink of a bull market.
Their buying helped boost the value of exchange-traded products backed by […]
kingworldnews.com / January 21, 2015
In the aftermath of last week’s historic Swiss move, today the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year old Richard Russell, proclaimed that the gold bull has just spit in the Fed’s face by breaking out of its massive base, even as the worldwide depression continues to grind on.
Richard Russell: “The […]
acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / January 15, 2015
Vale of Tears
Vale is the world’s largest producer of iron ore. The price of iron ore has recently hit a 5 year low, as China’s mad-cap building of ghost cities and the associated infrastructure has slowed down considerably. Iron ore prices are highly volatile – they […]
gold-eagle.com / Chris Vermeulen / January 13, 2015
In 2011 gold and gold mining stocks topped…and since then prices have been falling. I think there are several reasons for this with the main ones being the strengthening dollar, and the fact goldand gold stocks were the most talked about investment I had ever seen when […]
financialsense.com / By BCA RESEARCH / 01/12/2015
Cyclically, U.S. equity market behavior resembles a late-stage bull market, characterized by narrowing breadth and declining correlations.
One of two cyclical scenarios is likely to play out on a 6-12 month horizon. The preferred scenario of our U.S. Investment Strategy service is that the cyclical bull market […]
acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / January 12, 2015
The Bull Market is Back – at Least in Non-USD Terms
The gold price most traders are focused on is the dollar price of gold – this is no wonder, as the COMEX is the most important price setting market for gold, and gold is internationally mainly […]
goldstockbull.com / Ben Kramer-Miller / January 9th, 2015
After a lousy 2013 gold was essentially flat in 2014. The London AM fix on December 31st came in at $1,199.25 in 2014 vs. $1,201.50 for 2013.
The year started out strong and many gold bulls called the end of the downtrend. However a strengthening […]
gold-eagle.com / Axel Merk / January 7, 2015
Is the recent bout in volatility yet another ‘buy-the-dip’ opportunity or a sign of worse to come? Investors struggle to both keeping up with the markets while protecting themselves against a severe correction. By taking a step back, investors might be able to see the forest for […]
gold-eagle.com / Dan Popescu / January 4, 2015
If we look at a graph of the ‘70s gold bull market (graph #1) and superimpose the typical bubble shape, we can clearly see that it closely fits the bubble model but stopping short of a Total Despair Phase. Those like me who lived through the euphoria […]
gold-eagle.com / Rambus / December 25, 2014
I have a busy night ahead but I just wanted to post a few long term charts to show you the relative nature of a chart pattern. I know most of you know that the bigger the consolidation or reversal pattern the bigger move to expect. If one […]
mauldineconomics.com / BY JOHN MAULDIN / DECEMBER 22, 2014
Currently we have an international monetary non-system. Nobody has to follow any rules. Everybody does what they consider is in their own short-term best interest. The real difficulty is: What is in their short-term interest – for example, following ultra-easy monetary policy – could well backfire […]
streettalklive.com / By Lance Roberts / 09 December 2014
Earlier this week Daniel Druger and Liz McCormick wrote an article for Bloomberg entitled: “One Hundred Years Of Bond History Means Bears Destined To Lose.” The crux of the article is contained within the following paragraph:
“With the longest-dated Treasuries now yielding less than half the […]
mauldineconomics.com / BY TONY SAGAMI / DECEMBER 2, 2014
Are you a long-term investor? Convinced that all you have to do is wait long enough to be guaranteed huge stock market profits?
Take a look at the chart below of rolling 30-year returns of the S&P 500 and tell me if it affects your enthusiasm.
gold-eagle.com / By Andre Gratian / November 30, 2014
SPX: Long-term trend – Bull Market
Intermediate trend – While everything technical points to an overbought condition which should require an adjustment, the exact timing of that correction is for the market itself to decide and reveal.
Analysis of the short-term trend is done on […]
libertyblitzkrieg.com / By Michael Krieger / Monday Nov 24, 2014
You probably haven’t heard of Mark Paffrath, the 28-year-old Navy veteran, and former employee of the Drury hotel chain, who was fired from his job and called a “terrorist” for taking pictures of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) vehicles and posting them to his personal […]
rickackerman.com / BY RICK ACKERMAN / NOVEMBER 24, 2014 6:50 AM GMT
The Plunge Protection Team has been hard at work lately, although not in the way some traders might imagine. The very name evokes the shadowy activities of a group of Svengalis believed to control the stock market through timely interventions in such key […]
gold-eagle.com / Vronsky / November 24, 2014
Indubitably, there are several factors which heretofore have affected the price of gold. Needless to say, these factors have been material drivers that have fuelled the price of gold since the present secular bull market was birthed in 2001. Here are these gold price stimulating forces:
The bombing […]