Protected: Important Precious Metals and Stock Market Update, 5 Dec 2020

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Gold and Silver Prices Have Not Bottomed Yet

Despite numerous articles stating that the gold and silver price descent was over distributed across the internet last week, I disagree. Gold and silver prices, currently respectively at $1,783 and $22.84 (futures prices , not physical) still appear to me to have some further weakness ahead before a true bottom forms. And if I’m correct … Continue reading Gold and Silver Prices Have Not Bottomed Yet

Pushback Against Lockdowns is Paved by Self-Reliance and Critical Thought

Successful pushback against lockdowns can only be paved by the road of self-reliance and critical thought. I would love to say that I was wrong when I posted this podcast about the ruling class milking the virus for all its worth in inflicting an endless cycle of lockdown, infect, fear and financial ruin. As I … Continue reading Pushback Against Lockdowns is Paved by Self-Reliance and Critical Thought

Protected: After Yesterday’s Big Gold and Silver Price Declines, Here’s What I Expect to Follow, Patron Only Access

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Gold and Silver Preparing for the Come Up (But Not Quite Yet)

Gold and silver have been in price consolidation mode, preparing for the next come up, but they are not quite ready for the next leg higher, though it is coming, and though gold looks solid at $1,564 an ounce as I type this sentence and silver looks solid at $17.90 right now. Though more than … Continue reading Gold and Silver Preparing for the Come Up (But Not Quite Yet)

CORRECTION: How Will the “Better than Expected” November US Jobs Data Affect the December FOMC Decision?

Correction to Yesterday's Post: This correction is regarding the likely FOMC interest rate decision that will happen in roughly 12 hours from now. Though the incredibly strong November US jobs report likely contained many fabrications, the likely decision today is to leave interest rates unchanged, and not to cut interest rates again, as I misread … Continue reading CORRECTION: How Will the “Better than Expected” November US Jobs Data Affect the December FOMC Decision?

Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken

Market asset pricing is irreparably broken and often behaves in the short term like a kid in a candy store that can’t make up his mind about what candy to buy, because every few seconds, another colorful candy wrapper attracts his attention, leading the child from candy to candy to candy without making a choice.  … Continue reading Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken

After Yesterday’s Gold and Silver Price Smash, What’s Next?

' Five days ago, on my blog, I posted an article titled, “The Short-Term Outlook for Gold and Silver”, and posted the following prediction, “In the short term, I would not be surprised to see gold pull back to $1,480 an ounce and silver below $16.80 as bankers have a vested interest in pushing silver … Continue reading After Yesterday’s Gold and Silver Price Smash, What’s Next?

How Much Further Will the Gold and Silver Correction Run?

How much further will the gold and silver correction run? In my last article, I stated, “I believe that this current correction in gold and silver stocks will provide a window for a few more days to weeks to get on board at a good price for the first half of 2017.” As we are … Continue reading How Much Further Will the Gold and Silver Correction Run?

The Number One Investment Flaw Exposed During Gold and Silver Raids

The number one investment flaw is often revealed when investors panic in response to banker raids on gold and silver. In many aspects of life, being ruled by one’s emotions can often cause one to land in hot water. This is not to say that one should be devoid of all emotion and act like … Continue reading The Number One Investment Flaw Exposed During Gold and Silver Raids