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  • Interesting Times Ahead for Precious Metals Despite Signs of Fatigue

    November 17, 2010, 12:00 PM

    With the dollar consolidating at current levels, gains in the precious metals market appears capped. Being invested in precious metals long-term still appears to be a good idea. Small speculative positions could be taken as the local bottom is approached. When price levels are more favorable, leveraged long positions may be well advised.


  • Fall of the Mighty Dollar: Looking Back at the Credit Crunch

    November 15, 2010, 12:00 PM

    A glance at the past reveals exactly why the economic crisis today was bound to happen. The credit crunch has a deeper root than the housing bubble: it lies in the trade imbalance between surplus and deficit countries.

  • Monetary Reforms and Silver Consolidation

    November 12, 2010, 12:00 PM

    When the President of the World Bank said leading economies should consider readopting a modified global gold standard to guide currency movements, it again underlined that gold is one commodity that cannot be kept out of any discussion about the economy. Meanwhile, the precious metals (especially silver) appear to have risen too fast too soon, which means that a consolidation is likely.


  • Will a Residential Construction Bubble in China Weigh Down Industrial Metals?

    November 8, 2010, 12:00 PM

    China has exhibited strong growth in construction activities over the past decade, leading to a healthy consumption of industrial metals. However, investors and analysts are wary of a bubble plaguing the residential sector like it did in the US. We analyze why China’s residential sector is shaping metal prices and how it is still strong enough to grow considerably (although at a slower pace) to support metals' demand.


  • Gold - Break Out or Fake Out?

    November 7, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The Fed announced it will buy $600 billion of U.S. Government bonds but the news did not cause gold to move above rising resistance lines. We did see a $40 price increase for gold on Thursay. Is this is a break- out or a fake-out? At first glance the gold’s recent move appears very bullish - but only at the first glance. But we take a second look and five our Subscribers specific information about gold’s next move.


  • Establishing a Stable Dollar Is More Important Than Ever

    November 7, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Due to uncertainties around the US dollars and fears on inflation, it is expected that the value of gold will continue to appreciate. The question is, “where will it stop?” There are already gold bulls, who believe that it can go as high as $10,000 an ounce, and we don't rule it out either.


  • Cash Sitting on the Sideline Will Find Its Way to Gold

    October 31, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The Fed announced it will buy $600 billion of U.S. Government bonds but the news did not cause gold to move above rising resistance lines. We did see a $40 price increase for gold on Thursay. Is this is a break- out or a fake-out? At first glance the gold’s recent move appears very bullish - but only at the first glance. But we take a second look and five our Subscribers specific information about gold’s next move.


  • US Debt: A Recipe for Economic Disaster?

    October 29, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Spurring demand-based inflation and attaining a balanced budget are some of the key factors that will lead to America’s recovery. However, US debt already amounts to trillions of dollars. The main worry of economists now is, “Can demand-based inflation still be spurred if entitlement spending is reduced?”


  • Just How Low Will Silver Correct? - That Could Depend on the Stock Market

    October 27, 2010, 12:00 PM

    China seems to be hoarding silver and gaining a grip lock on rare earth minerals. Silver's decline could actually be greater than currently projected due to the fact that its recent rally exceeded expectation as well. Its reaction to other markets, especially the general stock market, will likely determine the ultimate bottom for the current downswing. Silver’s price is likely to move higher eventually but numerous indications point towards price declines before we see any rallies in the future. The same goes for mining stocks.


  • Tight supply to complement robust demand

    October 26, 2010, 12:00 PM

    The supply side is undeniably more significant in determining prices for precious metals than other commodities. The significance of the supply side stems from the depleting natural reserves for precious metals and a perceivable stagnation in exploration activities. We analyze the supply side of precious metals in this commentary and reinforce the bullish view in the long term. A favorable demand-supply gap makes it the perfect place to park your funds for protection against adverse market fluctuations and steady long term returns.


  • Has Gold Fallen Far Enough? Not Necessarily.

    October 24, 2010, 12:00 PM

    This week we provide three different gold charts that tell us that the gold price did not fall enough nor is the decline severe enough to be clearly seen from a very long-term perspective. We will have a period of price correction and consolidation as gold gathers strength to again move higher. This could take a while.


  • Robust Long Term Demand Fundamentals for Precious Metals

    October 20, 2010, 12:00 PM

    With investors returning to the markets post recession and industrial demand picking up, precious metals appear set for gains in the next few years. Gold prices are likely to be boosted by investment demand. Other precious metals, particularly palladium and platinum, are expected to remain closely tied to industrial activity.


  • Inflation Expectations and Gold Prices

    October 20, 2010, 12:00 PM

    It’s possible that the Federal Reserve is fueling expectations on inflation to encourage American consumers to spend more of their money today. But the question is, “Can this untested theory really work and won’t it backfire?”


  • Mining Stocks, Silver Set for Short-Term Correction

    October 19, 2010, 12:00 PM

    Based on past trends for similar length rallies, there is a good chance we will see a sharp decline in silver’s price very soon. Indications from the XAU Index chart have strong bearish implications in the short term, even considered apart from other signals.


  • Gold - Enough Vigor to Delay the Inevitable?

    October 17, 2010, 12:00 PM

    It seems that there is not enough oomph in the rally in precious metals to keep it up for much longer and delay the inevitable correction. In this essay we provide you with one of the reasons behind the above observation. Additionally, we provide new proprietary charts on the effect of stock options' expirations on the price of gold.


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