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By: Gary Tanashian - 20 November, 2017|
Operation Twist got the party started to begin with, years ago at a very elevated and dire yield curve level. How far does Mnuchin plan to cut the meat to the bond manipulation bone? What will be its efficacy? Does anyone really have a method of quantifying the effects now that we’re years into uncharted territory of bond market manipulation? I have few answers, but lots of questions. I don’t think the bond schemers have answers either, and that’s scary when you think about it. They seem to be just kicking the proverbial can. Full Story
By: Frank Holmes - 20 November, 2017|
The best performing precious metal for the week was silver, up 2.53 percent. It has lagged behind the other precious metals this year and speculators have raised their net long position this week. Gold bounced back positively after several attempts to knock down the price. Last Friday, over 4 million ounces of gold changed hands within minutes. Then, this past Tuesday, more than 2 million ounces changed hands, spurring a price drop. Bullish investors responded two hours later with a surge in buying to help boost prices. Full Story
By: JP Koning - 20 November, 2017|
When a nation adopts a foreign currency it will typically face significant hurdles when it tries to rid itself of that currency, or de-dollarize. But Zimbabwe’s autocratic ruler Robert Mugabe has appeared to have done the impossible. After dollarizing ten years ago, over the course of the last year or two he and his cronies have managed to throw off the U.S. dollar and re-introduce a Zimbabwean replacement. Full Story
By: John Rubino - 20 November, 2017|
Sound money advocates who love the concept of cryptocurrencies but don’t want to abandon precious metals have been trying to clarify their thoughts of late. Risk Hedge just helped, with a comprehensive statement of the pro-gold position. The following is an excerpt. Full Story
By: Keith Weiner - 20 November, 2017|
Let’s take a look at an often-repeated idea that is popular in the gold and alternative investing communities. The government possesses a printing press. Therefore, it will never default. It will just inflate its way out of the debt. It will devalue the dollar. Full Story
By: Rick Ackerman - 20 November, 2017|
December Gold did something on Friday that it hasn’t done in a long while, exceeding two Hidden Pivot targets on the hourly chart without correcting. One was minor, the other middling, but the implication is that the uptrend is a good bet to continue into next week. Moreover, the exhaustion of targets on the hourly chart will require us to shift to a bullish pattern of larger degree. It is shown in the chart (click on inset), with a 1315.50 midpoint pivot that can be used as a minimum upside projection for the near term. Full Story
By: Gary Savage - 20 November, 2017|
Whether the stock market is entering a multi-month parabolic phase or beginning a new multi-year secular bull market the trading strategy is the same. This video details that strategy. Full Story
By: radio.GoldSeek.com - 19 November, 2017|
Alternative economist, John Williams of Shadowstats.com sees economic Armageddon on the horizon.
Over $100 trillion in US obligations make maintaining the national debt, impossible.
The actual inflation rate that most people experience is much higher than the official figure, which boosts revenues by hundreds of billions of dollars.
Louis Navellier says investors should ignore the naysayers, US equities will rally into the holiday season.
Investors cannot shake their insatiable appetite for equities dividend payments, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy of ever higher prices. Full Story
By: Clive Maund - 19 November, 2017|
Gold appeared to break out on Friday, but the situation is contradictory because on its price charts it appears to be in position to begin another upleg within an uptrend, but its COTs are still neutral / bearish at best, and don’t appear to allow much room for a rally, while the dollar Hedgers chart is still calling for the dollar to advance, despite its downturn last week. Full Story
By: David Chapman - 19 November, 2017|
Yikes! $450.3 million for Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” sold on Wednesday night at Christie’s auction, shattering the high for any work of art sold at auction. It far surpassed Picasso’s “Women of Algiers” which fetched $179.4 million at Christie’s in May 2015. It also far surpassed the $127.5 million that Russian billionaire oligarch Dmitry E. Rybolovlev paid for it in 2013. In 1958, the painting sold for £45 because it was believed this was not an authentic da Vinci but merely one done by one of his students. Full Story
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