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The Swiss National Bank and Gold

On this week's episode of Turning Hard Times Into Good Times, Axel Merk, David Wolfin and Michael Oliver make a return visit. When the Swiss National Bank (SNB) recently chose to stop pegging the Swiss Franc to the Euro, not only did the Swiss Franc appreciate by about 30% immediately but the gold price began to rise vigorously as well. Is there ... [Read More]

My IDW Also Continues to Suggest Massive Price Declines Ahead

As you can see from the chart above, our IDW is now plunging downward and is midway below the three-year moving average and above five-year moving average. The trajectory suggests it is heading rapidly toward the five-year moving average. I think of ... [Read More]

With Negative Rates, Why Would You Not Trade Paper Money for Gold?

For a long time, all the gold haters would argue, “There is no reason to own gold because it doesn’t pay interest. It is a dead asset.” But now as in the 1930s there is the nonsense phenomenon of negative nominal rates of interest, and yet the ... [Read More]

LBMA Data Points to Gold and Silver Default

A Weekly Look at Gold Market Fundamentals with David Jensen. Gold and silver bullion is massively inadequate to meet bullion demands should investors lose confidence in the existing monetary system and demand delivery. Decades of central planning ... [Read More]

Boston Wrong, Assad Speaks & Bibi’s Blundering: Jan. 28, 2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy BOSTON WRONG: Marathon Bombing Evidence, As Seen On TV by Lara Turner Potential jurors in the Boston Marathon Bombing trial have said they’ve seen a video of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev planting a bomb at the race. There’s just one ... [Read More]

Central Banking for Dummies: Bank Insolvency without Currency Debasement

This post Central Banking for Dummies: Bank Insolvency without Currency Debasement appeared first on Daily Reckoning. One of the things I discovered when I was in Japan in the 90s, when they had bank insolvency problems, is virtually nobody ... [Read More]

CEO Interview with Amir Adnani of Brazil Resources

Jay Taylor interviews Amir Adnani, the Chairman of Brazil Resources a company with a portfolio of highly attractive gold projects in Brazil and also with a very exciting uranium target in the richest uranium producing in the world, namely the ... [Read More]

Bribing Democracy To Death, a Drone Freakout & Obama’s Oil Regime: Jan. 27, 2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Damaging Democracy, One Bribe at a Time by Bob Hennelly The arrest of New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on bribery charges would be easy to dismiss as just another local corruption case. Bob Hennelly explains why it’s a ... [Read More]

Why The Damage To The Economy Caused By The Oil Crash Is Going To Get Progressively Worse

We are really starting to see the price of oil weigh very heavily on the economy and on the stock market.  On Tuesday, the Dow was down 291 points, and the primary reason for the decline was disappointing corporate sales numbers.  For example, heavy ... [Read More]

Damaging Democracy, One Bribe at a Time

New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver after his arrest on federal corruption charges. The story of New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is familiar—a longtime politician gets charged for allegedly pocketing millions in kickbacks and ... [Read More]

My Boots Don’t Believe In This “Bubble” Talk

This post My Boots Don’t Believe In This “Bubble” Talk appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The “Bubble” folks keep coming out of the woodwork! Today I’m back to set the record straight America’s oil and gas industry. I’ve muddied my boots in the oil ... [Read More]

Today’s “Dip” Is A Warning—-Get Out Of The Casino!

Shortly after today’s open, the S&P 500 was down nearly 2% and off its recent all-time high by 3.5%. But soon the robo-machines and day traders were buying the “dip” having apparently once again gotten the “all-clear” signal. Don’t believe it ... [Read More]

An Indicator from An Advisor to Oil Trading’s “God”

This post An Indicator from An Advisor to Oil Trading’s “God” appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Last week, I came across by far the most bullish chart for 2015 oil prices that I have seen since the bottom fell out of the market. Interestingly, the ... [Read More]

An Indicator from An Advisor to Oil Trading’s “God”

This post An Indicator from An Advisor to Oil Trading’s “God” appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Last week, I came across by far the most bullish chart for 2015 oil prices that I have seen since the bottom fell out of the market. Interestingly, the ... [Read More]

Let It Snow!

* Will the blizzard upset the markets today? * Euro surprises many with good 2-day performance!. * SNB talks intervention! . * S&P cuts Russia's credit rating to junk! And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day!... And a Tom ... [Read More]

The Swiss National Bank and Gold

Michael Oliver gives reasons why he believes $1300 gold is an important hurdle. Axel Merk, President and CIO of Merk Investments, gives rationale for gains in the Euro this year along with Dollar decline and a rise in the gold price. David Wolfin, ... [Read More]

Greece Has A New Government.

* Leave the euro party gains a coalition Gov't!. * So many thoughts on what Greece will do. * FOMC meets this week! . * Chuck sees his name up in lights! And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day!... And a Marvelous ... [Read More]

Thoughts On The Incongruous Energy Sector

David Fabian: The topic of energy stocks and crude oil prices has reached epic proportions on social media and financial news outlets.  I have seen a myriad of “experts” pointing to oil prices plunging as low as $23 per barrel to as high as $80, by ... [Read More]

Central Banks and Economic Reports Keep Bull Market Alive

Sy Harding: At the age of 72 months, the U.S. bull market may be long in the tooth. Stocks may be significantly over-priced based on the CAPE-10 P/E ratio, and Warren Buffett’s favorite measurement, the ratio of market capitalization to GDP. Plunging ... [Read More]

No Need To Fear Low Oil Prices

Oil markets are starting 2015 in a very different position than a year ago. It may be time to review your portfolio as cheaper oil may change the investment landscape and become the new reality. Oil has been on a lot of investors’ minds lately. Last ... [Read More]

The Irony of a Debt-Fueled Oil Boom

This post The Irony of a Debt-Fueled Oil Boom appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Layoff announcements have been ricocheting around the oil and gas sector, fleshed out with individual stories that percolate up to me. The entire sector is cutting ... [Read More]