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Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals

Take It To The Bank: Interest Rates Won't Rise - Keith Weiner (12/02/2018)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 26960 Views No comments

There is a consensus, from Fed propagandists to the gold bugs and everyone in between. Everyone thinks that rates are rising. We say interest rates won't rise.

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The Fed’s Passive Aggressive Play - Keith Weiner (05/02/2018)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 15233 Views No comments

People are asking: are interest rates in a rising cycle? We say the Fed’s timid little rate-hiking adventure is nothing more than a passive aggressive play.

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To Frexit or Not To Frexit - Keith Weiner (24/4/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 12939 Views No comments

We believe that no matter which theory prevails, and what measures are taken by les dirigistes (central planners), all roads lead to an accelerated default of trillions in bad credit. To understand why, consider the balance sheets of the banks and other financial intermediaries in France.

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Gold-Silver Divergence - Keith Weiner (18/4/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 13147 Views No comments

The point of this Report is to look into the market to understand the fundamentals of supply and demand. This can’t necessarily tell you what the price will do tomorrow. However, it tells you where the price should be, if physical metal were to clear based on supply and demand.

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Mea Culpa - Keith Weiner (10/4/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 11316 Views No comments

For years, I have been publishing a unique view into the markets. Our new site takes it a thousand times further. I expect that it will become an essential tool for anyone who uses or trades gold. We need to ensure it is as reliable as clockwork. I promise to make it so.

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The Balance of Gold and Silver - Keith Weiner (3/4/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 15577 Views No comments

Last week, we discussed the growing stress in the credit markets. We noted this is a reason to buy gold, and likely the reason why gold buying has ticked up since just before Christmas.

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Putting Pennies in the Fusebox - Keith Weiner (27/3/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 10546 Views No comments

Back in the old days, homes had fuse boxes. Today, of course, any new house is built with a circuit breaker panel and many older homes have been upgraded at one time or another. However, the fuse is a much more interesting analogy for the monetary system.

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Technical vs. Fundamental - Keith Weiner (20/3/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 7565 Views 2 comments

Technical analysis, in all of its forms, uses the past price movements to predict the future price movements. In some cases (e.g. momentum analysis) it calculates an intermediate signal from the price signal (momentum is the first derivative of price). But no matter the style, one analyzes price history to guess the next price move.

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Why Did Silver Fall? - Keith Weiner (13/3/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 6617 Views No comments

The question on the lips of everyone who plans to exchange his metal for dollars—widely thought to be money—is why did silver go down? The price of silver in dollar terms dropped from about 18 bucks to about 17, or about 5 percent.

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Worried You Might Buy Bitcoin or Gold - Keith Weiner (6/3/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 7187 Views No comments

The price of gold has been rising, but perhaps not enough to suit the hot money. Meanwhile, the price of bitcoin has shot up even faster. From $412, one year ago, to $1290 on Friday, it has gained over 200% (and, unlike gold, we can say that bitcoin went up—it’s a speculative asset that goes up and down with no particular limit).

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Curious Gold-Silver Ratio That Did Not Fall - Keith Weiner (27/2/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 6709 Views No comments

This holiday-shortened week (Monday was President’s Day in the US), the price of the dollar fell. In gold, it fell almost half a milligram to 24.75mg, and prices in silver it dropped 30mg, to 1.7 grams of the white monetary metal. Flipped upside down, gold went up 23 notes from the Federal Reserve, and silver appears to go up by 41 cents.

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Don’t Short This Dog - Keith Weiner (21/2/2017)

By Keith Weiner 3 years ago 1576 Views No comments

This week, the prices of the metals mostly moved sideways. There was a rise on Thursday but it corrected back to basically unchanged on Friday.

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Silver Futures Market Assistance - Keith Weiner (13/2/2017)

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 5792 Views No comments

This week, the prices of the metals moved up on Monday. Then the gold price went sideways for the rest of the week, but the silver price jumped on Friday. Is this the rocket ship to $50? Will Trump’s stimulus plan push up the price of silver? Or just push silver speculators to push up the price, at their own expense, again?

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Gold and Silver Divergence - Keith Weiner (6/2/2017)

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 5345 Views No comments

The gold-silver ratio went up a bit this week, an unusual occurrence when the prices are rising. Everyone knows that the price of silver is supposed to outperform—the way Pavlov’s Dogs know that food comes after the bell. Speculators usually make it so.

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Silver Speculators Gone Wild - Keith Weiner (30/1/2017)

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 9156 Views No comments

This week, the prices of the metals had been up Sunday night but were slowly sliding all week—until Friday at 7:00am Arizona time (14:00 in London). Then the price of silver took off like a silver-speculator-fueled-rocket. It went from $16.68 to $17.25, or 3.4% in two hours.

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