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  • GCG5: Gold Hold’s Major Three-Star Support After FOMC

    GCG5: Gold Hold’s Major Three-Star Support After FOMC Gold pressed higher this morning after Janet Yellen and the FOMC maintained a pledge to keep rates low for a “considerable time.” As we have discussed here all week, we did not expect this phrase to be removed from the statement. However, what stood out was all but a promise to not raise...

     
  • Super Force Precious Metals Video Analysis

    Super Force Signals – A Leading Market Timing Service We Take Every Trade Ourselves Gold & The Century Of China Morris Hubbartt trading@superforcesignals.com trading@superforce60.com Super Force Precious Metals Video Analysis “Our main format is now video analysis…” Here are today’s videos: Gold Volume Surge Charts...

     
  • What Impact Will Lower Crude Prices Have on Gold and Gold Mining Shares?

    What Impact Will Lower Crude Prices Have on Gold and Gold Mining Shares?

    Dec 20, 2014 23:02

    What Impact Will Lower Crude Prices Have on Gold and Gold Mining Shares? With the recent plunge in crude oil prices, it is a good time to think about the relationship between crude oil and gold and ponder how this might impact gold and gold mining shares.  Crude oil is a fairly significant direct and indirect cost input to the production of gold, so...

     
  • The Catalysts that Caused the Crashes

    The Catalysts that Caused the Crashes The Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV) and its predecessor, the Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE), have always been dominated by listings of micro-cap resource stocks. Most companies have focused on exploration and mining of precious and/or industrial metals, but a significant number have been involved in oil and gas...

     
  • Is The End Of QE Bearish For Gold?

    Is The End Of QE Bearish For Gold?

    Dec 20, 2014 22:53

    Is The End Of QE Bearish For Gold? Below is a slightly-modified excerpt from a commentary originally posted atwww.speculative-investor.com on 14th December 2014. Also, excerpts from our newsletters and other comments on the markets can be read at our blog: http://tsi-blog.com/ The conventional view is that Fed money creation is necessarily bullish...

     
  • Why Commodity Prices Are Down and May Go Lower

    Why Commodity Prices Are Down and May Go Lower Tuesday November 18, 2014 A multitude of mavens, pundits, sages, wizards, writers, and assorted talking heads with various but vested interests in the hard commodities sector have weighed-in on the supposed demise of the secular bull market in “stuff” over the past few months. Reactions have been varied...

     
  • Is Europe The New Japan?

    Is Europe The New Japan? Nov. 23, 2014 By: Brad F. Schmitt Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. Summary Euro area growth has slowed from an already dismal level, prompting speculation of whether or not they may dip into yet another recession. The Europeans...

     
  • Is The Short-Term Top In On Natural Gas?

    Is The Short-Term Top In On Natural Gas? Nov. 23, 2014 6:50 AM ET  |  Includes: UNG Swctweather.com covers weather forecasts and patterns for Connecticut and New York and is run by Jacob Meisel, a sophomore at Harvard College. Jacob has close to 8 years of experience already forecasting weather both for the CT/NY region and for the nation. As far...

     
  • Weighing The Week Ahead: Are Investors Too Complacent?

    Weighing The Week Ahead: Are Investors Too Complacent? Nov. 23, 2014 Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. Summary Last week’s data were mostly good, especially for the U.S. With fresh concerns in short supply and volatility low, some have turned to worrying...

     
  • Correction In Dollar Bull Market? Commodity Bounce?

    Correction In Dollar Bull Market? Commodity Bounce? Posted by Victor Adair via Drew Zimmeran @ PI Financial on Monday, 10 November 2014 10:05 We believe that the US Dollar is in the early stages of a multi-year bull market…BUT…short term…we think that the rally has run too far too fast and a correction is due. We do NOT recommend taking outright...