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Inflation or Deflation? - Craig Hemke (August 12, 2020)

By Craig Hemke Yesterday 1834 Views No comments

I saw a lot of links and discussion over the weekend on inflation vs deflation...at least here in the U.S. Since it's on so many minds...and so important in the months ahead...I thought I should chime in.

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Gold and Silver Experience Stunning Gains, More Catalyst Coming - Nathan McDonald (August 7, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 6 days ago 9356 Views 1 comment

Gold and silver just experienced a stunning week, in which they surged higher based purely on real, solid fundamentals—and truly spectacular gains are yet to come.

This stands in stark contrast to the truly mind-boggling actions seen over the last few years in the broader markets, whose gains were largely based on illusions, huge injections of fiat money, debt creation, and all around tomfoolery.

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Trend Higher Exceeds 2011 Peaks - David Brady (August 6, 2020)

By David Brady 7 days ago 73311 Views No comments

After so many years of false starts, dramatic reversals, and frustrating disappointments, so-called Goldbugs and Silverbugs such as myself are now finally being rewarded for their saint-like patience, thanks to the Fed and global central banks.

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Gold Attains Escape Velocity - Paul Wong (August 6, 2020)​

By Paul Wong 7 days ago 1205 Views 1 comment

The precious metals complex set off fireworks in July as gold bullion reached all-time highs. Silver bullion and gold mining equities broke through significant long-term resistance levels to further improve their bullish standing. Year to date, the precious metals complex continues to outperform as gold has attained "escape velocity," i.e., it has gravitationally moved away from other asset classes.

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Real Rates Push Gold Higher - Craig Hemke (August 4, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 9 days ago 121796 Views 3 comments

We've been writing about this for months, but with so many generalists still pushing the opinion that gold only moves as an inverse to the U.S. dollar, it's time to write about it again.

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Trend Remains Up but Downside Risks Remain - David Brady (July 30, 2020)

By David Brady 14 days ago 10041 Views No comments

We got the anticipated pullback in Gold right on schedule the night before the FOMC meeting on Wednesday. It dropped from a high of 1975 to support at 1900. Given Silver’s dramatic outperformance relative to Gold, it was no surprise that the dump in Silver was far more precipitous. Silver fell ~15% between 10pm Tuesday and 3am Wednesday morning. That’s equivalent to a drop of ~500 points in the S&P from 3200 to 2700, “in just five hours”. Black Monday type moves.

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Gold Bullion Touches $2000, Sets New All Time High - Nathan McDonald (July 30, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 14 days ago 10520 Views No comments

In last week's article, I pointed out that the price of gold bullion was showing impressive strength, threatening to surpass its old all-time high of $1,920.70 USD per oz., set previously nine years ago in 2011.

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Precious Metals Warns Of Increased Volatility Ahead - Chris Vermeulen (July 30, 2020)​

By Chris Vermeulen 14 days ago 2329 Views No comments

Our trading team witnessed a big drop in Platinum and Palladium prices early this morning while Gold and Silver continued to push moderately higher. We began to question this move and investigate any historical relevance to previous patterns. Our research team pointed out that both Platinum and Palladium rolled lower just 3 to 4 days before the breakdown in the US stock markets on February 24, 2020, while Gold and Silver were reaching recent price peaks. Could the patterns in precious metals be a warning of another potential volatility spike and price decline in the near future?

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Gold Bullion Heads Toward All Time Highs, Shatters $1,900 Ceiling - Nathan McDonald (July 24, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 20 days ago 6530 Views No comments

The record high for gold bullion stands at $1,920.70 USD, reached approximately nine years ago in 2011. The price stunned traders and investors in the precious metals markets at the time, after it peaked and ended there following a spectacular bull run.

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Here Cometh the Fed - David Brady (July 24, 2020)

By David Brady 20 days ago 13734 Views 2 comments

Gold has decided to go up and test its 2011 peak of 1923. As I said last week, the week before, and originally in an interview back on July 6:

“I don’t rule out a test of the 2011 record high before we head down, but as I’ve said, I sincerely doubt we break it on the first attempt, and even if we do, it is likely to be a false breakout.”

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A Major Fed Policy Shift - Craig Hemke (July 21, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 23 days ago 32462 Views No comments

It may or may not happen at next week's FOMC, but that hardly matters. What's important is that a policy shift is coming and the impact upon the precious metals will be significant.

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Central Banks Continue to Buy Gold as Global Instability Ratchets Higher - Nathan McDonald (July 17, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 27 days ago 20695 Views No comments

Both gold and silver bullion continue to trade higher at the time of writing, moving in lockstep with the ever increasing global instability—with none other than Central Banks leading the charge.

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Time Running Out for Rally - David Brady (July 16, 2020)

By David Brady 28 days ago 19474 Views 1 comment

Market fundamentals continue to pile up on the negative side. ECB sits on its hands—i.e., does nothing new—and the Fed slashes liquidity, all while commercial real estate loan losses mount, retail mortgage delinquencies soar at a record pace, and the $600/week for numerous Americans ends in two weeks. Throw in an escalating trade and geopolitical war between the U.S. and China and it’s not rocket science to see where this is heading.

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Total U.S. Debt Soars - Craig Hemke (July 14, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 95376 Views 2 comments

There was a time when the total U.S. fiscal deficit and debt seemed to matter. Apparently, that time has passed.

Oh, my goodness. The good old days. I'm old enough to remember 2009 and all the rage about "exploding deficits" and "stealing our children's future". Heck, I even flew a Gadsden Flag for a while and attended a "Tea Party" rally near my home.

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A Staggering Number of Businesses Are Set to Collapse as COVID-19 Continues to Accelerate - Nathan McDonald (July 10, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 5936 Views No comments

Despite the chaos of the world around us, despite spiking COVID-19 cases, and despite a record number of businesses shuttering their doors (many never to re-open again), markets remain relatively healthy.

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