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The Largest Gold Discovery in Over 133 Years?

Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Alasdair Macleod and Michael Oliver are returning as guests on this week’s radio program. In 1884 the Witwatersrand gold fields of South Africa was discovered. With some 1.6 billion ounces mined to date, it is the most prolific gold field in history, representing approximately 35% of all gold mined in ... [Read More]

Oliver’s Momentum Work Suggests Gold is ready to Pop

Despite gold’s lackluster performance since it hit $1,350 in 2016, our model portfolio has caught up with the government and central bank supported S&P 500. And based on Michael Oliver’s very reliable momentum-based technical analysis, gold is ... [Read More]

Is Novo The New Witwatersrand Gold Field?

Don’t miss my upcoming interview with Quinton Hennigh of Novo Resources. In 1884 the Witwatersrand gold fields of South Africa was discovered. With some 1.6 billion ounces mined to date, it is the most prolific gold field in history, representing ... [Read More]

You Need Gold Investments Now More than Ever!

Dan Oliver, Michael Oliver and Peter Tallman return as guests on the radio program this week. A truth is kept secret from most investors because it doesn’t optimize profits of Wall Street. None the less, it is a fact that gold ... [Read More]

Gold’s Breaks Below $1,270 – Third Time Lucky?

The last couple of years and – in particular – the last couple of months were very difficult for gold traders – i.e. they were boring. Despite several huge daily price swings, the precious metals market has not been going anywhere, moving in and ... [Read More]

Can We Have Amazon Prime Day Every Month?

Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts   August 16, 2017 * U.S. Retail Sales soar in July! * U.S. dollar fights back! * Eurozone 2nd QTR GDP rises! Good day… And a Wonderful Wednesday to you! Well, I finally threw in the towel and ... [Read More]

Decentralize the Gun Laws

By: Ryan McMakenWith a Republican in the White House, the anti-gun-control lobby smells a bit of blood in the water. Now is the time, they suggest, to pass national gun-licensing reciprocity laws forcing gun-restrictive states to recognize permits ... [Read More]

Before “Fake News,” America Invented “Pseudo Events”

By: Ryan McMakenIn the wake of the Chalottesville riot, it's been interesting how quickly the focus has shifted away from the actual events to Charlottesville and toward the public pundits and intellectuals are expressing opinions about the ... [Read More]

The Largest Gold Discovery in Over 133 Years?

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s show and Michael Oliver shares his insights into the gold, commodities and equity markets. Dr. Quinton Hennigh, President - CEO & Director of Novo Resources, provides an update on the ... [Read More]

Korea and Venezuela: Flip Sides of the Same Coin

By: Jacob G. HornbergerBy suggesting that he might order a US regime-change invasion of Venezuela, President Trump has inadvertently shown why North Korea has been desperately trying to develop nuclear weapons — to serve as a deterrent or defense ... [Read More]

Mike Maloney’s Update on the Everything Bubble

    Mike Maloney shares new evidence that the economy and financial markets may be topping out. You’ll see how the Everything Bubble is getting bigger by the ... [Read More]

Bulls Roar Back For The Dow Jones Industrial Average

Market technician Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps Monday’s big market rally and looks ahead to Tuesday’s action with an update of the technical levels to watch for the major U.S. stock averages. With no major economic reports ... [Read More]

A Japanese Surprise: 4% GDP!

  Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts                             August 15, 2017* Safe Haven unwinding in process * Gold gets whacked again! * Chuck reminisces for Old School football! Good day... And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! We ... [Read More]

Why Cryptocurrencies Will Never Be Safe Havens

By: Mark SpitznagelEvery further new high in the price of Bitcoin brings ever more claims that it is destined to become the preeminent safe haven investment of the modern age — the new gold.But there’s no getting around the fact that Bitcoin is ... [Read More]

Wars and Rumors of Wars: Fire and Fury Signifying Nothing? Stock market caught in the crossfire

August is a sultry month for stocks as markets thin out during the dog days of summer. Everyone leaves investing for a break from the heat. Statistically, August is the worst month for overall stock performance, while September delivers more of ... [Read More]

Despite Recent Pullback, Dow Jones Industrial Average Still Looks Bullish

Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial kicks off the new trading week with an update of the important technical levels for the U.S. averages, and notes that the long-term bullish outlook is still intact. After 3 days of the ... [Read More]

Saber Rattling Calms Down…

Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts                              August 14, 2017   * CPI prints weak for 5th month * When will Draghi begin to bemoan? * Loonie is hardest hit Petrol Currency...  Good day… And a Marvelous Monday to ... [Read More]

World War I and the Triumph of Illiberal Ideology

By: Matthew McCaffreyJust over a century ago, in August 1914, the major European nations plunged their peoples into one of the most disastrous conflicts in history. The First World War claimed at least seventeen million lives, destroyed the social ... [Read More]

Are We Already in Recession?

If we stop counting zombies, we're already in recession.How shocked would you be if it was announced that the U.S. had just entered a recession, that is, a period in which gross domestic product (GDP) declines (when adjusted for inflation) for two or ... [Read More]

That Google Diversity Memo

By: Peter G. KleinThe dominant story in last week's news cycle was Google engineer James Damore's diversity memo and his subsequent firing by CEO Sundar Pichai for allegedly violating Google's code of conduct. Damore argued that at least some of ... [Read More]

The Wrong Narrative in Charlottesville

By: Jeff DeistThe political violence in Charlottesville yesterday was as predictable as it was futile. One person was killed and dozens badly injured, marking a new low in the political and cultural wars that are as heated as any time since in ... [Read More]