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New York (April 24)  Gold prices are expected to remain higher by 3.2 per cent this year on account of strong demand and an extended... Read More
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London (April 24) - Gold prices fell on Wednesday to hover around a four-month low touched in the previous session, as the dollar gained... Read More
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SINGAPORE (April 24)   India’s central bank is likely to join counterparts in Russia and China scooping up gold this year,... Read More
 

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Global central banks have created over $20 trillion in “funny money” to bail out commercial banks, purchase stocks and ETFs, buy sovereign bonds, levitate stock markets and force interest rates lower. They implemented the central bank version of magic money tree...

The December 24-26 low in the stock market finished an E-Wave xyz bullish flag, which itself was likely an X wave of larger degree.  The move up to all time highs within only 4 months of a 20% pull back has been quite impressive. The xyz pattern is a very bullish e-...

The gold and silver bull markets have been on a roller coaster ride for almost two decades. Gold came to life in 2000, with silver crawling along between $4 and $5 until late 2003, making its first print above $10 in March 2006.

Historically speaking, a normal Fed tightening cycles consist of raising the Fed Funds Rate (FFR) by 350-425bps. It is at that point that the yield curve usually inverts--thus, disincentivizing future lending and closing down the credit conduit. At that point the...

This past week, the Silver Institute released the annual supply/demand report it commissions each year by GFMS from London. In about a month, the annual silver report compiled by CPM Group should be released. Over time, these two reports have become the prime source...

The “money supply” number as provided by official Federal Reserve statistics, it turns out, is not the true money supply. The fractional banking system allows banks to lend money on its reserve capital at a rate of 90 cents for every $1 of reserve capital....

The Dow Industrials look primed for a 900-point rally, assuming they can close for two consecutive day’s above Friday’s high. It occurred slightly beneath a 26,656 Hidden Pivot resistance that’s a good bet to show stopping power.

The US stock market is slightly overbought (which is not a positive in terms of head room for more of a rally). It’s massively built up on debt that is now more expensive to maintain and/or obtain. The Fed is still rapidly tightening money supply and says it will...

This week I had a great conversation with Matt from Silver Fortune and we talked about silver and gold in terms of accumulating physical metals and also trading paper metals for both long and short-term gains.

Current investing model favors bonds, therefore, investors should be overweighed with long bonds or bond ETFs for safety.

Wednesday’s trading session was mixed, as investors hesitated following the recent rally. However, the S&P 500 was the highest since the early October yesterday, following last week’s breakout above the 2,900 level. Will the uptrend continue despite some...

According to the recently released 2019 World Silver Survey, silver investment demand was significantly higher than analysts forecasted.  How much higher?  A lot, especially since the analysts stated that silver coin and bar purchases were expected to contract due...

Today’s chart shows why it can be so difficult to make money in a bull market, even when one “knows” how high a stock is headed.  We’ve been confident that Facebook will eventually hit 190, a Hidden Pivot target first aired here more than three weeks ago when the...

The U.S. and global economies are weakening. That weakness is visible in retail sales, housing, autos, industrial production, trade and real estate. Debt is too high and has reached, as it did in 2008, exhaustion levels. Perhaps the central banks of the world can “...

When the S&Ps took a bold leap on December 26 after plummeting 500 points earlier in the month, few could have imagined what would happen next. It were as though, missing an arm and a leg, a soldier had vaulted from a trench in the heat of the Battle of the...

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The Fourth Coinage Act of 1873 embraced the gold standard and demonetized silver, known as the “Crime of 73”