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Pot Calls Kettle Black: Fed Lectures Congress Over Ballooning Deficits - Nathan McDonald (14/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald Yesterday 459 Views No comments

Did Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, actually lecture Congress over their ballooning debt levels and out-of-control spending?

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The Bank of Canada’s Crafty $640 Billion “Poloz Tax” – Confiscation Targets Seniors and Pensioners - Peter Diekmeyer (13/11/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 days ago 1900 Views No comments

Frédéric Bastiat, one of the forerunners of the Misesian school, said that in economics, what you don’t see can be more important than what you do.

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COMEX Gold Into Year End - Craig Hemke (12/11/2019)

By Craig Hemke 3 days ago 16636 Views 1 comment

With the expected price pullback underway, what can we expect for the remainder of the month and into year-end? Will the price action continue to resemble 2010, or will it play out more like 2016 instead?

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The Fed's Artificial Fourth Quarter Stock Market Boom - Nathan McDonald (08/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 7 days ago 2575 Views No comments

Quantitative easing in the United States is alive and well. The markets know this, and they are surging higher in the fourth quarter as a result, creating an artificial move higher in the S&P 500.

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Bond Yields Signal the Low in Gold and Silver is Getting Closer - David Brady (08/11/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 7 days ago 8810 Views No comments

Gold broke its low of 1465 on October 1 to reach its lowest level since August 2.

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The Continuing COMEX Fraud - Craig Hemke (05/11/2019)

By Niharika Rai 10 days ago 4618 Views 4 comments

Last week, we wrote about the pending price correction in COMEX gold and silver due to the extreme level of futures contracts issued by the market-making Banks. With price getting smashed thus far this week, it's time to explain again the dynamics of this tried-and-tested price manipulation technique.

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Are Metals Beginning Another Rally Attempt? Chris Vermeulen (01/11/2019)

By Chris Vermeulen 14 days ago 2914 Views No comments

Recently, the US stock market rallied to new all-time highs which prompted an almost immediate celebration. A day later, the US stock markets reacted by setting up multiple top rotation patterns.

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Fed’s Slippery Slope to QE on Steroids is Gold’s Elevator Up - David Brady (01/11/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 14 days ago 777 Views No comments

The Fed cut rates again as expected Wednesday, but there was a slightly more hawkish tone with respect to further rate cuts.

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Fed Cuts Rates Again, Indicates a More Hawkish Approach Moving Forward? Unlikely - Nathan McDonald (01/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 14 days ago 268 Views No comments

Once again, as expected, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 25 basis points on Wednesday, marking their third cut within 2019 alone.

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COMEX Gold Ahead of The FOMC - Craig Hemke (29/10/2019)

By Craig Hemke 17 days ago 2301 Views 1 comment

The conclusion of The Fed's latest FOMC meeting, and the remainder of this week brings all sorts of U.S. economic data. All of this will impact gold and silver prices...but in which direction?

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Tentatively Bullish Signals in Metals and Miners - David Brady (25/10/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 21 days ago 218 Views 2 comments

While it seems that nothing much has happened in the past week or two, metals and miners have stopped falling after a tremendous rally.

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Brexit Turmoil, Rate Cuts, Gold & Silver Strengthen - Nathan McDonald (25/10/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 21 days ago 113 Views No comments

Last week saw a softening in the price of both gold and silver bullion, as geopolitical risk was significantly curtailed due to the perceived success of the Brexit movement and reassuring housing data out of the United States.

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Canadians Demonstrate Rare Show of Unity: 98% Vote for Bigger Government, Higher Taxes, More Debt - Peter Diekmeyer (24/10/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 22 days ago 586 Views 1 comment

H.L. Menken once described democracy as the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it: good and hard.

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Central Banks Begin to Panic - Craig Hemke (22/10/2019)

By Craig Hemke 24 days ago 42452 Views 1 comment

After rapidly reversing policy in 2019, does it seem to you that the global central banks have moved into full panic mode over the past several weeks?

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Don’t try to Pick Up Pennies in Front of a Steamroller - David Brady (18/10/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 28 days ago 8934 Views 1 comment

We can say for sure is that Gold has completely erased the overbought and extreme bullish condition at the peak of 1566.

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