I have previously written about how gold can be used as a leading indicator for silver.
Using this principle, there is an indication that we are at or close to the period for a 1979/1980 style rally in silver.
The following is a simple concept but can make for some intense reading (a lot of concentration and possibly re-reading is required).
Below is gold chart from 1968 to 1975:
I have highlighted a cup formation that formed from 1969 to the end of 1971. It took about 33 months to form the cup. If one counts 33 months (the time the cup took to form) after price went higher than the peak of the cup, then one gets to the point where the final rally to …
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That’s exactly what many well-respected economists, billionaires, and noted authors are telling you to do — experts such as Marc Faber, Peter Schiff, Donald Trump, and Robert Wiedemer. According to them, we are on the verge of another recession, and this one will be far worse than what we experienced during the last financial crisis.
Marc Faber, the noted Swiss economist and investor, has voiced his concerns for the U.S. economy numerous times during recent media appearances, stating, “I think somewhere down the line we will have a massive wealth destruction. I would say that well-to-do people may lose up to 50 percent of their total wealth.”
Legendary gold trader Jim Sinclair sent out an email alert this weekend advising readers that the current rally in gold and silver is the long awaited BIG ONE, that $50 silver is a given here, stating that the current move: This gold bull price phase is the one long predicted here that will return the most money to the fewest in the shortest period of time.
Sinclair states that as long anticipated, the bullion banksters have flipped and have clearly begun manipulating gold and silver to the bullish side, as the most massive move of the entire bull market lies directly ahead.
The manipulation of the price of gold now favors the bullish side of the gold price structure.
“For the first time in a while silver looks like a deep value play. All you need is a supply shortage and that can be a major catalyst.” -Andrew Chanin, PureFunds
By the behavior of silver and gold spot prices over the past two plus weeks it almost appears the breakout is underway. Perhaps it is as many would like to think. But let’s not speculate ahead of ourselves without support of logic and the holding of no misconceptions about metal price rise. Fact: the price of silver and gold is going up, because the value of fiat currency is going down.
This article intends to make a case for precious metals with examples of mine-production decline and supply shortage, where and why the trend is most likely to …
Back in November 2003, before the Hat Trick Letter was hatched and launched, a seminal article was written about 25 reasons why Gold will rise. It was updated afterwards, around 2008 with a couple more reasons. Given the extreme situation in the last few months, the entire outlook has changed. The gnarly intractable crisis began in late 2008 when Lehman Brothers failed, Fannie Mae was nationalized, and AIG was given a nationalist prop. In the last several months, the crisis has entered a new elevated level of perma-crisis and constant tension, widely recognized as something more serious, dangerous, and risk-filled.
The key changes that mark a quantum change in the global environment for Money, Banking & Gold are …
As a life-long Contrarian; these days I spend the vast majority of my reading/research time studying the bearish drivel on precious metals which emanates (in greater quantities than ever) from the Corporate Media. Indeed, this propaganda machine never displayed as much zeal to cover the gold market during the last twelve years of rising prices as it has this year – now that it has absurdly proclaimed a ”bear market” for gold.
Why choose to study drivel?
Because (as any Contrarian can tell you) you always obtain the strongest arguments/evidence to support your own position from those with the opposite perspective. The logic here is simple enough. Assuming one’s own position is valid, then those with the opposite perspective are advancing false arguments.
The dog days of summer continue. Not much action on Wall Street. Everything is on hold. The future will have to wait. But (taking a wild guess) when history starts up again we will see that:
The bond market topped out in May. (Since then, bondholders have lost a lot of money. People who depend on low bond yields – debtors, the US government, pension funds – should be getting muy nervioso.)
The stock market is topping out now.
Although not fully healed, the gold market bottomed in July.
Maybe that will turn out to be true. Maybe it won’t. But dear readers are advised to believe it – until proven otherwise. There is a …