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The Golden 'Moment of Truth' Is Upon Us: $1,400-Plus or Not?

With the precious metals markets range-bound and driven by forces beyond his control, sector expert Michael Ballanger turns his contrarian eye to the past. With gold enjoying its best week of the year, with the Daily Sentiment Index charging northward, with ...

My Second-Worst Nightmare

It was only a few hours ago that I was cruising through a lovely early-autumn Friday afternoon preparing for one of the last weekends at the marina for the 2019 season when I came across the much-heralded (and often misinterpreted) COT report. I was on the way up the ea...

Visionary Vicissitude

It was one of those days that all sexagenarians loathe; you have to go to the doctor, and whether it's the GP (general practitioner) or the dentist or the proctologist, nothing reminds you more rapidly of your advancing age than going to the optometrist. Now, many of ...

Bob Moriarty's Thoughts on the Coronavirus

If there was ever a time for real leaders to step forward and lead, the last four months would have been the time to do so. If there was an issue that demanded cooperation from all the nations of the world, we have seen it. Instead we have been fed a steady diet of disinf...

The Great White North of Debt: What Canada's Monetary Policies Mean

As I sit here on a Thursday evening, contemplating the logic behind my most recent additions to a highly tentative short position on the SPY:US (the exchange-traded fund [ETF] tracking the S&P 500), I am doing everything in my power to not take my quote machine and proj...

April Fools' Day and the Specter of a 'Blow-Off Top'

Many years ago, while attending university in Saint Louis, Missouri, I had just returned from a Florida Spring Break and had decided to have a few adult beverages with a couple of my hockey teammates to celebrate April Fools' Day, so off we went to the infamous "Thank God...

Seasonal Dysfunction: Why Generations of Investors Are Having Such Difficulty

With great apology, I am late with this week's missive largely due to the arrival of boating season and the fierce need to secure a new vehicle, which should have taken (only) two days but didn't. Having arrived at the marina on Friday evening, I expected a rather smooth ...

A Summer Epiphany: Carpe Sanctum

"Destroyers seize gold and leave to its owners a counterfeit pile of paper." – Ayn Rand Twelve days ago, we were forced by gale force winds to seek safe harbor in the lovely northern Ontario town of Britt, located on the north shore of the Magnetawan River, approximat...

Weimar Fed in the Twenty-First Century

I was pacing around the house this lovely but cold Friday afternoon (after finally having the water supply restored after our well filed for unemployment benefits), trying desperately to think of a topic to write about in this weekly missive, when it suddenly occurred t...

The Inflation–Deflation Conundrum

As I sit here on the shores of lovely Lake Scugog, its weed-infested waters lying in wait for countless unsuspecting propellers soon to be ensnared, I am reminded of the failed world of central banking and policy initiatives, which too has become ensnared in flora of its ...
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