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

In the red corner, unpayable debt threatens to crush the US economy, stock and bond markets, and main street Americans.

In the green corner, the levitating power of the Fed might save the economy, stock and bond markets, and Wall Street...
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of QE, it was the age of fiscal foolishness, it was the epoch of the Fed Put, it was the epoch of Greater Fool Theory, it was the season of golden light, and it was the...
The official US national debt in 1913 was $2.91 billion. In 1971, when President Nixon lied about temporarily disconnecting gold from the dollar, the official national debt was $398 billion.

By 2019 the official national debt has grown...
The “Deep State” has been a high-profile topic for several years. Opinions are divided and strong. Those who benefit from the Deep State power and influence support the Deep State and fight against its opposition. Others think it’s the...
The music died many times in the past. To name a few:


1929 Market crash
1933 President Roosevelt confiscates citizen gold and declares it illegal to own more than a few ounces.
1971 President Nixon “closed the gold window” and...
As discussed in part one, available here, KISS is an acronym for Keep It Super Simple, or Keep Investing in Stacked Silver, or Keep Insuring with Stacked Silver.

The super simple interpretation



Total U.S. debt exceeds $70...
KISS is an acronym for Keep It Simple, Stupid. But in these politically correct days, think of K.I.S.S. as Keep It Super Simple. For silver relevant versions of KISS, see below.

What should be kept simple?

Ignore the mainstream...
Breaking News: COMEX paper gold contracts closed on Friday, July 26, at $1,419, up from $1,274 on May 22. Silver closed at $16.40, up from $14.41 on May 29. The S&P 500 Index hit a new all-time high over 3,000 on July 26.

Gold...
Breaking News:  COMEX paper gold contracts closed on Friday, June 21, at $1,400.10, up from $1,274 on May 22. Silver closed at $15.29, up from $14.41 on May 29. The S&P 500 Index hit a new all-time high on June 20.

Gold closed...
Most of us understand “there’s no free lunch.” Someone must pay for the products and services we use. The acronym is TANSTAAFL, or “There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch.” The saying has been around for decades, even prior to Robert...

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