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Silver and NASDAQ: Long, Medium and Short Trends

Silver and NASDAQ: Long, Medium and Short Trends

I am not an investment advisor, and I do not have an “approved by Wall Street” certificate so my views are my own. Do your own research, but in my opinion, now is NOT the time to be dumping savings into the NASDAQ when it is hitting a 15 year high. Instead, silver is at a 4 year low and has returned to 2006 levels. The risk/reward analysis strongly favors silver.

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Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 24th

Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 24th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,179.44 won $24.83 per ounce (-2.06%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 1.57%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index lost 0.64% for the week.

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Rock-Paper-Silver

Rock-Paper-Silver

I expect that prices will rally far higher and substantially exceed $30 and probably $50 by 2016 or 2017. Of course I have no proof, but as the world falls deeper into Twilight Zone craziness, war escalates, debt inevitably increases, and political stability deteriorates, the investment demand for silver will rise as confidence in fiat currencies declines. Much higher silver prices are all but guaranteed within several years.

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Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 17th

Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 17th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,204.27 up $9.55 per ounce (0.80%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, gained 4.28%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index lost 1.72% for the week.

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The Rise Of The Paper Machines

The Rise Of The Paper Machines

The powers-that-be have done a great job levitating Group One markets and suppressing Group Two markets. They have considerable resources, massive quantities of fiat currency, considerable influence over the media and government statistics, and the power of the banking cartel and “printing press” behind them. They possess the motive, means and opportunity, so there should be no surprise at their success levitating Group One markets.

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BPR April: Precious Metals Suppression In COMEX Market Continues

| April 13, 2015 | Category: Investing
BPR April: Precious Metals Suppression In COMEX Market Continues

As I said last month at this time—along with a couple of Wall Street investment houses, these are “da boyz’—the sellers of last resort—and you can call them what you like. Until they decide, or are instructed to stand back, the prices of all four precious metals are going nowhere—supply and demand fundamentals be damned! As Jim Rickards so correctly put it, the price management scheme is now so obvious, they should be embarrassed about it. But they obviously aren’t.

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Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 10th

Weekly Review For Gold Investors – April 10th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,208.35 up $5.75 per ounce (0.48%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 2.2%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index gained 1.95% for the week.

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Market Cycles: Trouble Ahead In The Stock Market

Market Cycles: Trouble Ahead In The Stock Market

Given that the S&P has rallied since early 2009, experienced only a minor correction in 2011, is currently at a cyclic peak, clearly over-bought on a monthly and weekly basis, and has been artificially sustained by central bank easy money, is it likely that the next MAJOR move is up or down? My bet is down.

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Silver Projection From Crude Oil & T-Bonds

Silver Projection From Crude Oil & T-Bonds

T-bonds made a 3 sigma move higher in March based on the monthly data through Friday March 27. The crude to T-bonds ratio hit an 11 year low. Lows for the last 20 years in that ratio have marked important lows in crude oil and also important lows in silver since 2000. Maybe this time will be different, but I doubt it. Expect crude oil and silver to rally substantially in 2015 – 2016.

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Alert: 3 Sigma Extremes in the Bond Market

Alert: 3 Sigma Extremes in the Bond Market

The March 2015 change in T-Bond prices was a (huge) 3.6 standard deviation move – slightly more rare than a golfing “hole-in-one” and slightly more likely than a “perfect” game in professional baseball. The last 3+ standard deviation move in monthly T-Bond prices occurred in November 2008, during the 2008 stock market crash. Caution is warranted. The global financial system is increasingly leveraged, risky, and appears to be a bubble approaching a “Middle-East or European pin.”

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Weekly Review For Gold Investors – March 27th

Weekly Review For Gold Investors – March 27th

In his weekly market review, Frank Holmes of the USFunds.com summarizes this week’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the gold market for gold investors. Gold closed the week at $1,198.75 up $16.12 per ounce (1.36%). Gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, lost 1.82%. The U.S. Trade-Weighted Dollar Index lost 0.53% for the week.

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Extremes In The Markets: Expect Consequences (Part II)

Extremes In The Markets: Expect Consequences (Part II)

Debts will increase until a “reset” occurs. Politicians will “extend and pretend” and make MANY promises. The S&P has enjoyed a large rally in the last 6 years. It will correct. Bonds are in a massive bubble, partially created by the low and negative interest rates forced upon the system by central banks. All bubbles eventually burst. Gold and silver and their stocks have been beaten down for four years. They will rally to new highs.

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Extremes In The Markets: Expect Consequences (Part I)

Extremes In The Markets:  Expect Consequences (Part I)

We have many economic and political extremes in our current world. Perhaps this time will be different, but I doubt it. Debt will increase until a “reset” occurs. Politicians will “extend and pretend” and make MANY promises. The S&P has enjoyed a large rally in the last 6 years. It will correct. Bonds are in a massive bubble, partially created by the low and negative interest rates forced upon the system by central banks. All bubbles eventually burst. Gold and silver and their stocks have been beaten down for nearly four years. They will rally to new highs.

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Felix Zulauf: Global Financial Markets Are More Distorted Than Ever Before

Felix Zulauf: Global Financial Markets Are More Distorted Than Ever Before

Investors started off 2015 with a slow global economy, low oil prices, a strong Dollar, and a deflationary Europe with great uncertainties on the progress of the US economy and the recent launch of Europe’s quantitative easing. The question is, what opportunities lie ahead? This article highlights the main topics covered in an interview between Mr. Frank Suess with the globally renowned Swiss fund manager, Mr. Felix Zulauf.

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