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Harvesting Profits from this Secular Gold Bull Market

John Rubino, Rick Rule and Michael Oliver return this week on the radio program. The new gold bull market has taken a breather now, giving us a chance to review junior mining companies and reposition our portfolios according to our research. Michael Oliver gives us an idea as to how much time we might have to readjust our portfolios before the ... [Read More]

The U.S. & the Dollar Are in Decline. Don’t Blame Putin!

I began tracking the Global U.S. Dollar Liquidity metric (GUSDL) during the Asian crisis of 1997. This metric was devised by Charlie Clough of Merrill Lynch during the crisis to gauge whether the world was likely to face financial liquidity strains ... [Read More]

Interesting Articles To Ponder About

Once again some articles of interest that demand your attention.  You can read more articles like this at www.miningstocks.com where I post links to new articles every day. • 10/22 - Rigged Debates? Questions Arise Again - Tyler Durden • 10/22 - ... [Read More]

A New High for Gold in Two Years?

Don Coxe joins the radio program for the first time and Michael Oliver returns. Blackrock’s Heidi Richardson talks of a new high for gold in two years.  With all due respect, our guests are every bit as competent to opine on gold and other ... [Read More]

Are we at the Start of a Major Commodity Inflation Cycle?

Michael Oliver’s momentum work has warned of a major plate tectonic shift in major market categories. Specifically he calls for a major bear market in stocks and bonds and a major bull market in commodities, led by precious metals. To find out ... [Read More]

Some of Jay Taylor’s Picks – Read On

You can always find more articles of interest at www.miningstocks.com, but in the meantime, we'd like to give you some samples: ***************************** US Equity Markets Break Key Technical Support - Dana Lyons-Tumblr Will ... [Read More]

Populism Is a Not an Ideology

Tags A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssWorld HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical TheoryPopulism Is a Not an Ideology 0 Views A recent op-ed piece in The New York Times urged the Republican Party not to “throw away free enterprise” ... [Read More]

Texas Instruments Boosts Dividend 32% as Q3 Results Top Expectations

Semiconductor giant Texas Instruments Incorporated (NASDAQ:TXN) late today posted better-than-expected earnings and provided a large boost to its quarterly dividend payout. The Dallas-based company reported Q3 earnings of $0.94 per share, easily ... [Read More]

Newmont Mining Announces Enhanced Dividend, Tied to Gold Prices, for 2017

In a piece of news sure to excite precious metals investors, gold mining giant Newmont Mining Corp (NYSE:NEM) today announced a first-of-its-kind “enhanced” quarterly dividend tied to the price of gold. The Greenwood Village, ... [Read More]

Tesla Motors Inc Shares Spike as Q3 Profit Unexpectedly Surges

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) late today posted a record quarterly profit for Q3 that caught analysts and investors off guard, sending its shares up over 5% in late trading. The Palo Alto-based electric vehicle maker reported third quarter adjusted ... [Read More]

Here’s Why It Might Be Best to Wait Until 2017 To Buy Gold

From Sprott Money: The yellow metal advanced mightily in the first six months of this year and then held those gains for the next three, so it was not a surprise to see it give up some ground in October. The correction is providing an opportunity to ... [Read More]

The Homo Economicus Straw Man

Tags A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssFree MarketsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologyThe Homo Economicus Straw Man 0 Views Among the larger albatrosses hanging around the neck of the economics profession is the idea of homo ... [Read More]

The War Against Payday Lending

Tags A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssMoney and BanksInterventionismMoney and BankingPolitical TheoryThe War Against Payday Lending 0 Views In June of 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) put forward a proposal to regulate the ... [Read More]

European Manufacturing Surges — Time to Buy?

Manufacturing activity in the eurozone strengthened sharply in October, beating expectations, according to “flash,” or preliminary, purchasing managers’ index (PMI) data. The region is growing at its fastest pace so far this year, ... [Read More]

Here’s How Long-Term Silver Prices Can Get to $150/Oz

Precious metals analyst Gary Christenson explains the phenomenon of exponential increases in asset values over time, and what that means for silver prices. Our financial systems create exponential increases in: Debt Prices for stocks Prices for ... [Read More]

BlackRock: High Cash Levels Aren’t The Buy Signal You’re Looking For

Often, high levels of cash in investors’ portfolios represent excessive caution. BlackRock’s Russ Koesterich explains why this time is different. Judging by recent headlines, cash is once again king. The Wall Street Journal recently ... [Read More]

Here’s How to Play the Volatile Natural Gas Markets

With much of the northeastern U.S. waking up to freezing temperatures this morning, it’s prudent to investigate the movements of the short term Natural Gas market. Those in the Midwestern states, along with other areas of the country, have ... [Read More]

This Chart Shows The Dow Is Hitting A Critical Level

The venerable Dow Jones Industrial Average has been stuck in a tight range over the past six weeks, and the next big move could be a major one to the downside. Take a look at the Dow chart below, which illustrates the index’s movement since ... [Read More]

Leveraged Oil ETFs Surge on Surprise Crude Draw in Latest EIA Report

With oil staging a massive intraday reversal following a surprise draw in U.S. crude oil supplies, investors are jumping back into leveraged bullish oil ETFs today. The From OilPrice.com: The Energy Information Administration reported a draw of ... [Read More]

Will Twitter’s Earlier-Than-Usual Earnings Signal a Turnaround?

Embattled social media giant Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) will deliver its latest earnings report before the opening bell tomorrow. Here’s a preview of what investors can expect. The big news over the past few months with Twitter has been a string ... [Read More]

Active ETFs Hit $40 Billion Asset Milestone

Actively-managed ETFs still represent only a fraction of the overall ETP space in terms of assets, but these funds recently hit a big milestone this year, according to ETFGI. ETFGI, the leading independent research and consultancy firm on trends in ... [Read More]

Is the Fed Fix in for the election?

As we near Halloween, the US stock market looks like it’s whistling past the graveyard near the end of a year that I predicted would be the dawn of “the Epocalypse.” (By that, I meant an economic apocalypse, the likes of which we’ve never ... [Read More]

Can Tesla Turn Things Around with Q4 Earnings?

Shares of electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) have struggled this year amid production issues, growth concerns, and a difficult merger. Can Elon Musk’s company turn things around this quarter? The Palo Alto, California-based maker ... [Read More]

U.S. Consumer Confidence Plunges!

* Dollar rally fades away on weak data. * Aussie CPI surprises on the upside!. * Is China doing stealth devaluations? * Where does your tax dollar go? ******************************************** And now. Today's A Pfennig For Your ... [Read More]

Coca-Cola Backs Outlook as Q3 Profit and Revenue Top Expectations

The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) this morning posted market-beating Q3 earnings results and reiterated its full-year outlook. The Atlanta-based company reported Q3 EPS of $0.49, edging out Wall Street’s view of $0.48. Revenue plunged 6.9% from last ... [Read More]