zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/17/2014 12:25
It was over a year ago, when contrary to the propganda spewed on a daily basis by the Japanese government hell bent on destroying the domestic economy, now suffering its Keynesian death rattle, just to push stocks to highs which nobody except for a few [...]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2014
For those understandably disgusted by the reckless expansion of the US money supply over the past six years, it’s vitally important to remember that the road to our monetary endgame is not a straight line, nor necessarily intuitive.
I have long been [...]
caseyresearch.com / Ed Steer / September 17, 2014
¤ YESTERDAY IN GOLD & SILVER
Looking at the Kitco chart below, you can see that the gold price made four attempts to rally during the Tuesday trading session, with the most impressive one coming at 11:40 a.m. EDT when the dollar index fell out of bed. [...]
news.goldseek.com / By Clif Droke, Gold Strategies Review/16 September 2014
Gold recently fell to its lowest level in seven-and-a-half months as the dollar rose to a 14-month high. Easing tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East also acted as a drag on gold and silver prices. Investors have been asking the obvious question as to [...]
gold-eagle.com / By David Levenstein / September 16, 2014
Gold prices have begun this week on a slightly firmer note, reversing the trend of the previous six days, after physical buying emerged in Asia as well as some short covering ahead of a meeting of the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee meeting this week.
goldsilverworlds.com / September 15, 2014
In this article, we summarize the key events of the running week that could have an impact on the price of gold and silver price because of trading in COMEX futures.
During the previous week, between September 8th and 14th, a number of economic data resulted in selling pressure in [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Gary Tanashian / September 15, 2014
Using the standard weekly currency chart we followed along for months as the Euro found resistance at the long-term downtrend line as expected, the commodity currencies long ago lost major support and non-confirmed the commodity complex and the US dollar moved from a [...]
truthingold.com / By Dave in Denver / September 12, 2014
Domestic gold buyers may be missing out on softening prices of the metal in the international market thanks to a weaker rupee but punters are still mounting bearish bets on the metal in the local commodity bourse to gain from the downside.
Gold and silver [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 12, 2014
The foreign exchange market is subdued. The yen and dollar-bloc currencies remain soft, while the European complex is flat. Even with limited movement, there are three currency developments to note. First, the dollar made its eleventh consecutive new high against the yen. Negative yen pressure [...]
mises.ca / by David Howden / September 11th, 2014
It’s not just homeowners who have to worry about rising interest rates, the Federal government might soon get a taste of its own medicine.
With the Fed doing all it can to stimulate inflation, increases to interest rates are taking a [...]
news.goldseek.com / By Ira Epstein / 11 September 2014
For a number of months I’ve been telling you that the next catalyst for gold was the combination of a rising US Dollar and rising US interest rates. It’s a fate de complete concerning the rising Dollar against most world currencies. As for US interest [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 10, 2014
1. Many are arguing that the dollar’s rally reflects a shift in expectations of Fed policy. There seems to be little evidence for this. A shift in expectations would be most directly reflected in market pricing of the Fed funds futures and Eurodollar futures contracts. Since [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/11/2014 10:37
Sometimes we wonder what world Japanese leaders live in. This morning’s mind-blowing lies and propaganda from BoJ chief Kuroda show one thing and one thing only – Japan has reached Europe’s Juncker moment – “it’s serious enough that one has to lie.” But it’s [...]
truthingold.com / By Dave in Denver / September 10, 2014
The price of silver has declined continuously since peaking at just over $21.50 per troy ounce at the start of July. At $19.00, silver is now just 40 cents shy of hitting April’s low of $18.60 and only 80 cents away from 2013′s trough [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 10, 2014
We have identified two forces lifting the US dollar: positive developments in the US and negative developments elsewhere. Last week’s ECB meeting and next week’s FOMC meeting, however, are not the driving forces presently. Three issues dominate the foreign exchange market. First, the risk Scotland [...]
zerohedge.com / Jeremy Klein / 09/10/2014 08:26 -0400
As someone who steadfastly held onto a bullish outlook, I desperately hoped that volatility would remain contained as the various sentiment metrics that I track, such as TICK readings and open interest in the futures, pushed deeper into overbought territory. Trading ranges crept higher last [...]
washingtonsblog.com / September 9, 2014
Derivatives Are Manipulated
Runaway derivatives – especially credit default swaps (CDS) – were one of the main causes of the 2008 financial crisis. Congress never fixed the problem, and actually made it worse.
The big banks have long manipulated derivatives … a $1,200 Trillion Dollar market.
Indeed, many trillions [...]
truthingold.com / By Dave in Denver / September 9, 2014
September typically is a volatile month for stocks, and historically, one of the beneficiaries has been gold prices. In fact, during the past 20 years, gold has climbed more in September than during any other month.
However, this year the seasonal effects of September [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/09/2014 12:38
Whether because eaters around the world and in the US would rather eat even fattier, more expensive, more calorific equivalents such as MCD-spinoff Chipotle, or because the global consumer/eater can not even afford the cheapest form of a dollar meal, is unknown, but what is quite [...]
S&P 500 Index – 30 Years
deviantinvestor.com / by Gary Christenson / September 9, 2014
Several markets seem over-extended and about to reverse their current trends.
S&P 500 Index: It bottomed in March 2009 about 670 and is currently about 2,000. The S&P, thanks to QE, ZIRP, Central Bank purchases, and [...]