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The Die Is Cast

One of my good friends from the 1980s and 1990s was the late Ian McAvity, a superb technical analyst, a founder of Central Fund of Canada, a Bay Street Mover and, most importantly, a humble and thoroughly enjoyable man. He was the first newsletter writer that I came acros...

Cabin Fever and the Price of Gold

I've had a few comments lately on the pieces I have been writing about where we stand politically and with the Corona Virus. One complained and said that he loves my comments on markets but I was getting too political. Of course I am. I thought we had two totally diff...

Why It Makes Sense to Pay Attention to Platinum Now

Would you like to invest in platinum ? “What? Why platinum?” – you’d probably ask back. And correctly so, this shiny metal has been declining in the previous years and only recently did it show some decent strength. And this may not s...

We Should Let the Banks Burn Down

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold explains why he believes banks should be allowed to fail. In later 2008 during what is now referred to as the Great Financial Crisis, government and financial managers had an opportunity to reset a badly out of balance banking system....

Rigged Market Socialism

As a child, I used to get quite excited at the prospect of having my English "Gran" read me the Hans Christian Andersen book "The Emperor's New Clothes." I found the tale fiendishly amusing, as the charlatan tailor uses lethal doses of flattery and mystery to beguile t...

Will People Accept Rampant Inflation? Hell, No!

The Weekly Missive, which usually arrives over the weekend (sometimes on Friday, sometimes on Sunday) was delayed this weekend for one reason: I had to change it. I started out last week with an idea that was leaning in the direction of full-on capitulation in the sen...

Will the Fed Going Nuclear Help the Economy and Gold?

On Monday, the Fed introduced QE-infinity. What does it imply for the US economy and the gold market? Fed Drops Bazooka… and Goes Nuclear Instead! On Monday, the Fed pulled out an even larger bazooka than it did previously. Or, forget about the bazooka. The US c...

The Credit Markets Gave Their Nod to the S&P 500 Upswing

Yesterday’s session did away with the non-confirmation of last week’s reversal from the 50% Fibonacci retracement. Junk corporate bonds lent their support to the stock upswing, and the S&P 500 closed above the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. Will t...

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 ...

Interference Most Foul: When Speculation Becomes Reality

To put it mildly, the business of financial forecasting is not only an inexact science, it is a magnified case study in handicapping, the likes of which you find in sports betting such as horse racing or basketball. You take a basket of data inputs, such as the last fiv...
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