15
Jun

Gold One More Leg Higher and the Case for A Last Leg Lower

As predicted in my Current Thoughts, the Fed did not raise interest rates and Yellen once again has egg on her face from last December where the Fed was scheduled to have 3 or 4 more rate increases for 2016. Now there may be zero rate increases if what I foresee occurring in the economy takes place. What this means …

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23
Sep

Gold and Silver Current Thoughts 9-23-2015 – Debt vs Growth

Gold started the day down and then moved higher today and settled lower. The dollar was the key in gold’s movement and received some bad data on the economy today that gave the yellow metal a boost in the morning, but that was it. From there gold meandered the rest of the day, as without any negative news it simply …

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30
Jun

Gold and Silver Current Thoughts 6-30-2015

Gold and silver started the day lower, tried to make a run higher and ended up back to the lows of the day. I want to remind gold bulls what stage we are in with gold. Richard Russell sums it up best (and I mentioned this in my book, Buy Gold and Silver Safely. I believe gold is in a …

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11
Sep

The Dollar Has Not Crashed Like Gold Bulls Thought It Would

It is easy to convince people of all the problems with the U.S. economy. We do have over $17.7 Trillion of national debt and a Federal Reserve with a suspect balance sheet compared to its pre-2008 financial crisis balance sheet. We also have budget deficits for the next decade to deal with and unfunded liabilities in the 10’s of trillions. …

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23
Apr

Which Has Been Better since 1975, Gold or Savings at Bank?

With banks paying very little interest these days, investors have been seeking out ways to earn more than the paltry less than 1/2 percent that banks are paying on savings. The Federal Reserve has kept interest rates artificially low, hurting those seniors and other savers who don’t trust the stock or bond market with their nest egg. But some of …

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7
Nov

Fed Quantitative Easing Coming to an End Sooner than Expected? Hardly!

The results of the Fed decision came in. No taper. But the stock market sold off that day and so did gold. Why? The answer may be found in the following article posted at CNBC where they state; “but markets interpreted language in the decision to mean that the end may come sooner than expected.”┬áIf markets and price action tell …

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27
Sep

Gold and Silver Are Insurance against $17 Trillion of National Debt and More

Gold and Silver Are Insurance Against $17 Trillion of National Debt Investing in physical gold and silver is not a profit driven investment. It is a mindset. It gives investors the same type of peace of mind that protects their wealth they receive by insuring their home, auto or health…just in case something happens where they need it. What other …

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13
Sep

Calling the Fed Taper Bluff and What Gold Might Do Next

The price of gold could be affected by next weeks Fed meeting as they decide whether or not to taper the Quantitative Easing purchases they have been making in their attempt to buy up the toxic assets of the banks and the treasuries that no one else will buy. Ever since the talk of tapering by Bernanke in June of …

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27
Aug

Sticking With Stronger Dollar and Weaker Gold Through End of Year

Being one of the few out there who sells gold and has called gold lower since September of 2011 when the dollar hit bottom, and having called a summer rally most recently in June, I turned cautious on August 12th for short term traders, expecting a bounce in the dollar. The double top for gold has turned into an extended …

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