GE Christenson

GE ChristensonGary Christenson is the owner and writer for the popular and contrarian investment site Deviant Investor and the author of the book, “Gold Value and Gold Prices 1971 – 2021.” He is a retired accountant and business manager with 30 years of experience studying markets, investing, and trading. He writes about investing, gold, silver, the economy and central banking.

Articles by GE Christenson

Central banks have created a mess, unless you enjoy unemployment, crashing economies, a wave of bankruptcies, and half of the world’s assets owned by only a few people.

From Chris Martinson:  The Deflation Monster Has Arrived

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The US government will spend nearly $4 Trillion this fiscal year – starting last October 1.  Of course it projects a massive deficit, increasing national debt, uses “funny” accounting, and does not address unfunded liabilities....
What force?  Some of the “forces” in our world that are supportive of higher silver prices are:


Debt Increases: Global debt exceeds $200 Trillion and rising rapidly.
Warfare: Syria, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, South China Sea,...
Alasdair McLeod wrote an excellent article in which he said,

“So if anyone asks you when you might take your profits in gold and silver, smile sweetly and just say, ‘When paper money stops losing its value.’”

When will paper money...
Honest money – gold and silver – are not supported by governments and central bankers for obvious reasons.  The Fed can “print” $85 Billion per month to buy dodgy paper to support the banking system, but the Fed can’t produce 75...
The answer to many questions often depends upon perspective, whether the questions are; should I buy silver, is the S&P500 expensive, is huge and unpayable debt a problem, is another World War a bad idea, will eating potato chips...
Consider these round number costs in digital (dishonest) dollars:

1,000 ounce Silver Bar - $17,000, or Hillary Clinton speech - $300,000, or F-35 Flight helmet - $400,000, or F-35C Navy Fighter Jet...
In part one we stated that “Silver looks like it has bottomed and will move substantially higher.”  In summary:


The long-term silver to gold ratio is a good indicator of bottoms in silver prices. That ratio was recently...
Silver looks like it has bottomed and will move substantially higher.  Why?

Long-Term – 25+ years:  Examine the silver to gold ratio since 1990.  The ratio is currently low and appears to have bottomed.  Silver...
Silver gets little respect, but that is sensible in a world dominated by paper assets and pretend values.  Similar to a murder investigation, let’s examine the motive, means and opportunity used to “manage” silver prices.

MOTIVE:...

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The word ‘silver’ originates from the Old English Anglo-Saxon word 'seolfor'