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Beijing (May 24)  Bloomberg’s Global Head of Metals & Mining Research at the Global Mining Finance Precious and Base Metals... Read More
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Kathmandu-Nepal (May 24)  Gold and silver prices declined by Rs 400 and Rs 15 per tola respectively, over the week, from May 17 to 22... Read More
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Providence-R.I. (May 23)  Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was clearer than ever on Friday that the central bank was poised to... Read More

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Last time I wrote, I was looking for a top in the stock market early last week near 2130-35 SPX and a 5% drop in silver. We got a 4.5% drop in silver and the stock market topped on Wednesday. Tuesday, May 26, I’m looking for a big drop in silver, perhaps as much as...

The good news is: Most of the major indices closed at all time highs at some time in the past week. The negatives: Considering the major indices are very near their all time highs, 52 week new highs of the individual issues are anemic.

Current investing model favors bonds over equities, therefore, investors should overweigh their portfolios with bonds over stocks for safety. Cash is also a position for those who are un-invested or under invested until this model favors equities again.

We are all prone to bias. If you are in sales with a big base metals mining firm, Fed easymoney policies will drive up copper or zinc. If you are with a big gold miner, it will drive up precious metal prices. If you are with a big oil company, Fed recklessness will...

The rule of law subjects the State to a fixed set of rules that limits the scope of its coercive powers. Individuals and their property are protected from the arbitrary, ad hoc actions of the State and other individuals.

Of course, the common conceptualization of hyperinflation it is a pretty unacceptable exercise for most. We can only tolerate it from only safe distances. Indeed, everyone’s favorite image of what the aftermath will look like was just upgraded in the new Mad Max...

Statistics have become very misleading: in particular we are being badly misled into believing that the US is teetering on the edge of price deflation, because the US official rate of inflation is barely positive, a level that US bonds and therefore all other...

Europe will lead the world into Economic Totalitarianism because government is now desperate to retain the euro. If the euro collapses, so will Brussels. The government exists solely because of the euro.

It is too early to call it a confirmed breakout, but the Bank index has popped above cyclical bull market highs. Weekly MACD and RSI both look good.

We know that most western governments are deficit spending, borrowing heavily, in debt beyond the point of no return and must increase taxes and appropriations from their citizens.

While my title was written a bit tongue-in-cheek, it is not terribly far from the truth. As we all know by now, the market triggered the bullish pattern we have been following for weeks. And, for those that remember the “evil plan” I outlined since we came into...

The theme of “bad news is good news” continues as several economic reports weighed on investor sentiment. Recent reports have been disappointing, but this has also served to bolster investors’ belief that the Fed will respond to the weak data by passing on an...

We’re only halfway through the month, but so far the old trading adage “Sell in May and go away” seems a little premature. Last Thursday, the S&P 500 Index closed at new consecutive record highs, topping the previous record set on April 24 and further extending...

I recently published an article projecting possible prices for gold in the year 2020 based on the S&P 500 Index and the ever increasing population adjusted US national debt. I assumed three scenarios and three different gold projections.

In capitalist economies, capital, i.e. ‘money’, is created by central banks in the form of credit; and the cost of that credit—central bank interest rates—determines the rate of economic growth. In the end game, however, this is not so.

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