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You heard it from Janet Yellen.  “Economic expansions (and by extension bull markets) don’t die of old age.”  That’s true.   But they do die from excess, policy mistakes and Wall St Stuupid. 

Seven years of...
Markets, or rather the inter-relationships between markets, just seem to get stranger.  The US puts out weaker than expected economic readings but bonds locally and overseas trade like the odds of a rate increase are better. ...
This last of three issues covering my thoughts about 2015 will focus on base metals and a couple of bulk materials with some guesses on major markets.  The editorial was a long one and has been split into two parts of which this...
There was enough good news in the US through December to send all the major indices in New York except NASDAQ to new all-time highs…and the tech index isn’t far off.   It’s all rainbows and ponies on Wall St right now which...
Gold made the move I hoped for and predicted in the last issue.   It’s consolidating well above May price levels now.  Traders will want to see a couple of more steps up in price to really get on board but the tone of the...
The US dodged a bullet and the Vancouver Subscriber Investment Summit had a great turn out on the same day.   Coincidence?  I think not.Seriously; thanks from Keith, Lawrence and I for the great turnout.  I’d like to...
US silver mining began on a large scale with the discovery of the Comstock Lode in Nevada in 1858.