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By: Mary Anne & Pamela Aden - 28 July, 2014

No sooner had gold taken a back seat to the soaring stock market, when it did an about face! Tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine pushed gold up. The Fed then fueled the rise by again affirming a low interest rate policy. But a firmer dollar and better economic news then put downward pressure on the metals again. We’ve felt that 2014 could end up being the turnaround year, from a bear market to a bull market. And that a bull market ascent could develop in 2015. Full Story

By: Equity Management Associates - 28 July, 2014

In the second quarter of 2014 the EMA GARP Fund increased in value by 10.2%. This is the best quarterly performance in over a year, and it represents the second consecutive quarter of positive results. It is still too early to tell if we have seen the worst in the markets for gold and silver, and gold and silver mining shares. However, we like what we see. If, indeed, the trend has changed then we see a lot of upside potential in our portfolio, given how oversold and undervalued each and every one of our portfolio companies has become. Full Story

By: Clif Droke - 28 July, 2014

There are some analysts out there who maintain that the precipitous decline in commodity prices this year bodes ill for the stock market. Witness for example the dramatic drop in the price of corn. Below is a chart of the Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN), a proxy for corn futures. As you can see, corn prices are at multi-year lows right now. This is ironic given that the mainstream media assured us earlier this year that higher ag commodity prices were on the way. Full Story

By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA - 28 July, 2014

With great persistence and a little encouragement from GATA our friend R.B. in Britain has more or less solved the mystery of the Financial Times' quick deletion from its Internet site of its February 24 report about gold market manipulation, "Fears Over Gold Price Rigging Put Investors on Alert; German and UK Regulators Investigate." Full Story

By: Captain Hook - 28 July, 2014

While you have never likely dreamed the classic cult flick Highlander would ever be used to make social comment of this nature, still, here we are today. It’s appropriate in my view because the unraveling of the West, Globalization, and America specifically is accelerating now – the economy, the markets, and the money. Along the way the US had its sword out beheading both friend and foe to gain more power and wealth, but now the brazen greed of American power Barrons has been exposed for all to see, again, causing a quickening of decentralization from untrustworthy influence. America has been exposed for not being the trustworthy policeman and economic savior of the world it was sold as, now viewed more as an opportunistic bully and juggernaut. Full Story

By: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis - 28 July, 2014

Reverse purchase agreements are the vehicle and fulcrum for the perpetual motion machine of modern finance. These daily transactions between institutions are absurd letters of credit in the shadows. They are central to our faith based monetary system gone horribly wrong. Backed solely by the diminishing collateral of a set of sovereign promises, they are about as likely to succeed as an actual perpetual motion. Full Story

By: Victor Adair - 28 July, 2014

The US Dollar Index was very strong in July…closing last week at its best levels since February…very close to a major chart breakout. The Euro closed at an 8 month low…we expect it to take out last year’s low (128) before the end of this year. CAD hit a 5 year low (8850) in mid-March…rallied to 9400 by early July but has since traded back below 9250. The 3 month CAD rally was fuelled by short covering…speculators actually became net long in July…we expect to see them reverse their positions again…we see 9400 as a roof and look for CAD to make new lows this year. Full Story

By: Trader MC - 28 July, 2014

The market movement unfolds in waves which reflects human nature that does not change. The Elliott Wave Principle is made of motive and corrective waves. Waves 1, 3 and 5 are impulse waves as they move with the trend, Waves 2 and 4 are corrective waves as they partially retrace the previous impulse move. A complete sequence is made of 8 waves: a 5-wave motive phase (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and a basic 3-wave corrective phase (A, B, C). Full Story

By: Rambus - 28 July, 2014

In this Weekend Report I would like to show you an in-depth look at two important precious metals stock indexes, the GDM and GDXJ. The reason I want to show you these two PM stock indexes is because they correspond with the 3 X leveraged etf’s, GDM for NUGT and the GDXJ for JUNG that we are currently trading. Last week seemed like the end of the world to a lot of the gold bugs as the PM complex had a decent sell off causing much pain for those holding on the long side. If you’ve been in the markets for any length of time you know there usually no gain without some pain. Full Story

By: Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA - 28 July, 2014

Briefly: In our opinion (half) speculative short positions in gold, silver and mining stocks are now justified from the risk/reward perspective. Gold and the rest of the precious metals market moved higher on Friday and the volume was not low. It was lower (for the GLD ETF) than what we had seen during Thursday’s decline, so there are some bearish implications. But are they really that important? Let’s take a closer look. Full Story

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