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By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA - 8 February, 2016

GATA's friends Andy Schectman, president and co-founder of Minnesota bullion dealership Miles Franklin Precious Metals, and the firm's marketing director, Andy Hoffman, will continue their series of monetary metals presentations in Minneapolis on Friday, February 26, and in Phoenix on Wednesday, March 16. Full Story

By: Mickey Fulp - 8 February, 2016

In early July 2014, the North American benchmark for oil, West Texas Intermediate Crude (WTI), traded at $106 a barrel. Once the US dollar index (DXY) started its big run above 80, the price of oil began to drop and by the beginning of Q4 2014, a worldwide bear market was in full force. At that juncture, WTI was still around trading at $90 a barrel. Full Story

By: Bill Holter - 8 February, 2016

A topic written about before, "GAPS". This is no acronym, simply a description of what is going to happen, probably quite soon! If you don't know what a gap is now, you will know it when you see it! In technical terms, a "gap" opening is when a market opens either higher than the previous day's high and does not trade down to that previous high ...or, trades below the previous low and does not trade back up to that low. On a chart this action will leave a "gap" of emptiness signifying no trading took place in the gap area. Full Story

By: Frank Holmes - 8 February, 2016

Today, the Asian giant is undergoing dramatic changes, as its government deepens reforms and opens the country’s economy up to foreign investment. The size of its middle class is rapidly expanding in size, giving a huge boost to domestic consumption. And with the creation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the renminbi’s inclusion in the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) reserve currency, China’s role in global financial markets is growing in importance. Full Story

By: Dave Kranzler - 8 February, 2016

One of the idiots from Wall Street that CNBC likes to roll out was on scratching his head over the behavior of the stock market. He asserted that it was nothing more than panic because “the real economy is doing well.” I’m wondering what data he’s using to draw that conclusion. Nearly every report that has been released for the last few months, other than the highly manipulated/fabricated Government employment report, is showing that economic activity is collapsing to levels last observed in 2008. Full Story

By: Gary Tanashian - 8 February, 2016

A picture is worth 4-plus years and thousands of words, and the picture below has a lot to say. I’ll say some words as well, since I have kept them bottled up for years in an effort to make sure we operate with discipline as opposed to gold bug style emotion. The bear market and subsequent inflation-fueled credit bubble early last decade was when I first started paying close attention to macro markets (as opposed to stock trading, which I had done for a few years prior) and how they operate. Full Story

By: Graham Summers - 8 February, 2016

Put another way, Gold has demolished stocks during a period in which the Fed was printing money by the trillions of Dollars. The Fed and other Central Banks may want to boost stocks, but Gold is the biggest beneficiary from their insanity. However, Gold’s long-term outperformance of stocks is even more incredible. Most “analysis” of Gold as an investment runs back for 100 years or so. However, this analysis is deceptive as Gold was pegged to major currencies up until 1967. Full Story

By: Bill Holter - 8 February, 2016

You are watching the collapse firsthand on a daily basis and in real time. It doesn't make sense to ask "when?" if you understand you are living through it each day. Your only job, if you understand what is happening is to be prepared. Be prepared to the best of your ability, being just one second too late might as well mean forever! Full Story

By: David Haggith - 8 February, 2016

The Federal Reserve economic stimulus plan is edging toward the Twilight Zone now that the Fed sees its recovery about to be eaten by an economic apocalypse greater than its imagination could conceive. Though many think of central bankers as stogy and uncreative, the Fed has been quite creative when it comes to massive economic ideas that don’t work or are extremely repressive to normal market functioning. Full Story

By: Dan Norcini - 8 February, 2016

Silver finally managed to push through its upside resistance just above the $14.50 level this week and attracted some additional upside follow through as the US Dollar weakness brought on the macro trade ( Dollar down – BUY commodities). For that matter copper also rallied, as did platinum. Clearly the latter two metals are not moving higher based on signs of increasing demand but rather because of those macro trades just referenced. It is purely a matter of money flows related to the movements in the foreign exchange markets, especially considering that fact that the preference in the markets at the moment is generally RISK AVOIDANCE. Full Story

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