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London (July 20)  Expectations for a U.S. rate cut before the start of August is keeping gold supported in the $1,400 range, landing a... Read More
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London (July 20)  When gold broke to the upside in June after the Fed meeting, silver followed. However, gold's little brother could... Read More
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NEW YORK (July 19) - The U.S. dollar rose in early trading on Friday, swinging back into positive territory after the New York Federal... Read More
 

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The Fed’s missteps and flip-flops this week tripped up multiple markets. After accidentally announcing their ammo is down to one last bullet against recession, can they be trusted to handle powerful weapons?

The long term signal on the broad market is now neutral. Current investing model favors bonds, therefore, investors should be overweighed with long bonds or bond ETFs for safety.

Oil has indeed plunged yesterday, yet caught a bid earlier today on the news of the downed Iranian drone. While that’s encouraging to the bulls, they didn’t celebrate the following upswing for too long. Time to consult the charts instead of scanning the headlines...

Silver is on a tear. Up 1.4% yesterday with plenty more in the tank. We had been expecting silver to awaken in a strong move higher, almost as if it was caught napping, while the world watched gold push through previous boundaries with conviction.

Well, as I think about it, I am starting to understand the shock if you had been reading what everyone has been writing about silver. Whereas the rest of the complex has already moved strongly higher, silver has been significantly lagging. And, I have been hearing...

After gold broke above a critical resistance level, held for the past five years, precious metals’ investors are now wondering, “what’s in store for silver?”  While gold surged from $1,340 to $1,440 in just one week last month, silver only went up a mere $0.70. ...

While many are talking about major new bull markets in gold, silver and the miners I find it safer to set realistic goals within a still very bullish outlook. After all, we became bullish in November, had to retrench due to over-bullish sentiment and fading...

Stocks retraced some of their recent advance on Wednesday, as investors took short-term profits off the table. The S&P 500 index fell below the 3,000 level and closed 1.1% below the Monday’s new record high of 3,017.80. So is this a downward reversal or just a...

The Federal Reserve knows we are in a failing economy, or it would not be holding town meetings all over the US to prepare the public for actions more extreme than we are used to seeing. Hear what the Fed is seeing fall around us and why it is rapidly switching back...

Oil has decidedly moved yesterday, and the closing price didn’t make the bulls happy. They haven’t had much success repairing the damage earlier today, though. Does it mean that the bears can set their sights even lower now? Can geopolitical events, or any other...

If we had to pick one day, or one situation when a single market provided most indications during a single day, it would be yesterday’s performance of silver.

For those that have been following our work closely, you would know that we called for the bottoming in the crypto complex back at the end of 2018, and saw strong potential for the bull market to resume. Our subscribers benefited quite nicely from our timely and...

Facebook gets deservedly bad press, and yet the stock is rapidly approaching record highs. The latest headline suggests the company’s planned foray into cryptocurrencies will be stillborn. Trump’s administration has cited national security concerns, but the real...

After yesterday’s relative indecision, currencies are on the move today. This is especially true of the euro. Does it look to you like lower values are just ahead, or can the bulls stem the decline? It’s not about the euro only though – we’ve seen pretty interesting...

Of all the lies we read reported without question by the news media, one of the most egregious is that of China’s GDP is still running hot at over 6% annually. It’s an astonishing number for such a large economy and even more incredible during a global economic...

International Markets
Peru became the world’s largest producer of silver in 2012.