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Gold and the Debasement of Currency Con

It is reasonably well known that many Roman emperors debased their currency (coinage). This was a very bad practice, since it is really a reflection of the debasement of the value of the kingdom (empire or country); going from a honest and just society to a corrupt and unjust ...

The Unfolding Soft Patch in S&P 500

Stocks indeed experienced a down day yesterday, and the credit markets say it might not be over just yet. With today's premarket upswing rejected at recent highs, will the bears smell an opportunity? While I continue to think it'll turn out to be a blip on the screen, I have m...

The Bulls Respond to the S&P 500 Selloff

Stocks opened yesterday with a bearish gap, yet the 50% Fibonacci retracement withstood the test, and the bulls staged a comeback. Let’s dig deeper into the health of the comeback – does it mark a reversal? S&P 500 in the Short-Run We’ll...

S&P 500 Climbing the Wall of Worry?

Stocks appeared to be making a decisive move higher yesterday, and then a sharp move lower struck. Did it have a catalyst, and if so, what can we make out of today’s premarket upswing? How does it reflect on the technical outlook for stocks? Let&CloseCurly...

Three Upside and One Downside Risk for Gold

Our base scenario for 2020 is that it might be a worse year for gold than 2019 was. However, there are three major upside (and one downside) risks for the gold market, which could materialize in 2020. Today’s article will introduce you to these potential cataly...

Right Now, the Bullish S&P 500 Ride Goes On No Matter What

Yesterday, we’ve pointed out the many bullish signals going for stocks, and saw them open higher, and extend their gains. Well, that was true about the first half of the session, as the S&P 500 returned to trading close to unchanged before the closing bell. Is ...

Central Bank Hypnosis

One look at the chart of the U.S. financial markets against the backdrop of economic paralysis and suffering, and one is immediately filled with a myriad of emotions. Sympathy for those that have been afflicted by the most recent pandemic; fear for the families whose prim...

Bad Moon Rising

For those of you that have followed my raves and rants over the years, you are undisputedly aware of all of my biases when it comes to almost everything: bankers, politicians, invasive species, free market suppression, entitled Millennials, and finally, the utility of p...

Gold: $6,600 or $22,000

I like to read. I read fast and that helps. I can't quite come to grips with all these guys now coming out with 25-minute videos they insist we watch instead of reading. Do they really believe that everyone has so much free time that they can pay attention to someone ch...

Is the Stock Bulls' Cup Half-Full or Half-Empty?

Neither on Monday, nor on Tuesday did we see strong volume, but prices rose regardless –is it time to bet the farm on higher stocks right next? As quite a few yesterday-mentioned reasons to be cautious were resolved bullishly, the buyers' case got stronger. S&P 500 in the ...
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