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traderdan.com / Dan Norcini / January 29, 2015,6:19 pm

Here is a quick update for the silver surfers out there.

I mentioned today that the Australian Dollar was taken out to the woodshed and given a sound thrashing. Silver must have been dragged out there as well because it was beaten with the proverbial ugly […]

STILL IN CONTROL? GREECE SAYS NO

blog.milesfranklin.com / by Bill Holter / January 29th, 2015

Can the dollar and gold continue to rise in tandem for long? The last three months have seen a very peculiar dollar/gold anomaly. Since mid November, gold (and silver) have “acted” very differently. We have seen “outside days” and even an outside week. Gold has moved […]

Asset Price Deflation Coming Up? Food Prices About to Drop? CPI About to Go Negative? Credit Deflation?

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / January 29, 2015

When inflation alarmists want to convince everyone the dollar is about to become worthless, they post this chart of the CPI.

CPI – Urban Consumers – All Items – Index

Inflationists claim that is a trend to oblivion. And actually it is. But […]

Asset Price Deflation Coming Up? Food Prices About to Drop? CPI About to Go Negative? Credit Deflation?

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Thursday, January 29, 2015 4:15 AM

When inflation alarmists want to convince everyone the dollar is about to become worthless, they post this chart of the CPI.

CPI – Urban Consumers – All Items – Index

Inflationists claim that is a trend to oblivion. And actually it is. […]

Could the U.S. Become the Unrivaled Superpower Again?

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2015

That Grand Narratives based on short-term trends are often wrong should not surprise us.

Two of the most durable and least-questioned narratives of the past 15 years are: 1. The world is becoming multipolar, meaning that rising power centers such as the BRIC nations […]

Peter Schiff: QE 4 will take gold to new highs

truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / January 29, 2015 at 11:06

Gold has had a solid January – up close to 10% as measured by the SPDR Gold Shares ETF. It’s not unlikely territory for the yellow metal. 2014 started out in much the same way, up more than six percent that month […]

Will China’s Yuan Replace the Dollar? Not a Chance.

teapartyeconomist.com / by Gary North / January 28, 2015

In hard-money circles, we hear this story all the time: “China and Russia are creating a new world currency.”

This is the dumbest story in hard-money circles. Really, it’s imbecilic. The people who argue this way are saying that a fiat currency run by Commie apparatchiks, […]

Bond Market Not Seeing Any Upcoming Rate Hikes After A Blistering 2 Year Auction

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2015 13:13

Last month, with the entire world absolutely certain that the Fed would hike rates, it seemed it was easier to pull teeth than to find buyers for the December 2 Year acution. Not so much this time: moments ago the US Treasury sold $26 billion in […]

Gold Makes Reverse H&S Breakout, Gold Miners Bouncing Off Support

goldsilverworlds.com / January 27, 2015

By GoldStockTrades.com:

The Junior Gold Miners (GDXJ) ETF is bouncing off support at the 20 day moving average showing some bullish support and accumulation. Gold is holding the $1300 area showing a major January bounce which may forecast a powerful 2015. As the old saying on the market teaches, […]

Too Quick to Exaggerate SWIFT Data

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 27, 2015

The media has pounced on a report from SWIFT, the international messaging platform for financial transactions, which showed a rise in the use of the Chinese yuan to record levels.

According to SWIFT, the use of the yuan surpassed the Australian and Canadian dollar to […]

IS THE GOLD REALLY THERE? Part II

blog.milesfranklin.com / by Bill Holter / January 28th, 2015

In my previous missive, I tried to illustrate the supply side of gold and how the movements of inventory have recently changed. In this part, we will look more to the demand side with a wrap up of why it truly matters “whether the gold is […]

Hounded by Evil Dollar & Collapsed Commodity Prices, Corporate America Clamors for Total Currency War

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / January 28, 2015

Consumers are feeling practically euphoric. The Conference Board index jumped almost ten points to 102.9, the highest since August 2007, just before the whole construct came apart. Not that reality has suddenly improved that much. But hey, we’re born survivors. Sooner or later, we adjust to […]

Gold to find floor in 2015 before building

truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / January 28, 2015 at 10:24

Gold faces a third year of losses in 2015 as the United States prepares for its first interest rate rise in nearly a decade, but the market should also find a floor, clearing the way for a recovery next year, a recent poll […]

A Rising Dollar Terrifies Keynesians

teapartyeconomist.com / by Gary North / January 28, 2015

The headline in the Financial Times blares this message: Strong dollar weighs on US results.

Keynesians love soft dollars. They love price inflation. They love a boom caused by central bank inflation.

The Federal Reserve stopped QE3 last year. It is no longer buying U.S. […]

Comparing the inflated cost of living today from 1938 to 2015: US Dollar losing an enormous amount of purchasing power since 1938.

mybudget360.com / by mybudget360 / January 27, 2015

People have a hard time understanding how inflation erodes their purchasing power. Little by little the cost of everything goes up and people simply assume this is normal in an economy. The $2 movie ticket becomes a $8 movie ticket. That can of tuna just got smaller […]

The Surprising Consequences of the Global Frenzy for Positive Yield

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015

As the dollar soars, so does the real yield on bonds denominated in dollars.

As central banks rush to depreciate their currencies and push yields into negative territory, what’s becoming scarce globally is real yield in an appreciating currency.Real yield is yield adjusted for […]

IMF Was Wrong About Gold Purchase By the Netherlands

caseyresearch.com / Ed Steer / January 28, 2015

¤ YESTERDAY IN GOLD & SILVER

After getting sold down about ten bucks or so in early Far East trading on their Tuesday morning, the gold price managed to rally back to just above unchanged by 3 p.m. Hong Kong time. From there it chopped sideways in […]

Market Wrap: All Eyes On Yellen Who Better Not Disappoint

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/28/2015 07:22 -0500

While all the algos are programmed and set to scan today’s FOMC statement for whether both “patient”and “considerable time” are still there (as it did last time when it supposedly sent a pseudo-hawkish message while telling Virtu and Getco to buy, buy, buy), the market […]

Dollar Softer, Consolidating Recent Gains

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 27, 2015

The US dollar is sporting a slightly softer profile, but the price action is really more of a consolidation than a trend reversal. The euro has gained nearly 0.5% today but remains well last Friday’s high of about $1.1375. The euro’s gains late yesterday and […]

Market Wrap: Futures Slide On Spike Of “Strong Dollar” Earnings Disappointments And Profit Warnings

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/27/2015 07:25 -0500

Following yesterday’s earnings disappointments, most notably from Microsoft which is down 7% this morning following the usual after-the-fact downgrades from JPM, Citi and Nomura, futures were already on a the back foot heading into this morning – no doubt impacted by the deja vu ridiculous […]