Friday , 17 August 2018


Tag Archives: Comex

Long-term Picture Shows Bull Market In Gold & Silver Is STILL Intact

The day is coming when insincere promises made by bankers to deliver tons of silver and gold sometime in an uncertain future will not be good enough to satisfy market demand, and that’s when this farce ends. Expect it to end with a bang, not a whimper, and people will either be in or out when it ends, so the time to get in is now.

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Silver Is Signaling Potential For Large Upside Move This Year – Here’s Why

While not widely reported or analyzed, over the past several months there has been an enormous amount of buying in the various markets for physical silver - both one-ounce sovereign-minted coins and refined bars. Along with some standard trading signals I'll discuss below, I believe the activity in the market for physical silver is signaling the potential for a large upside move sometime this year. Let me explain.

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Noonan: “Where’s the Beef?” We See None in the Charts for Gold & Silver

...Fiats have an unbroken track record of failing throughout all of history. Gold also has an unbroken track record of being a store of value for over 5,000 years. Yes, there have been hiccups along the way, and we are in one now. It is what it is, but what it is is also an incredible buying opportunity at “fire sale” prices....[That being said,] a look at the charts of the paper-tracked PM market [beg the question] ... “Where’s the beef?” Where is the substance of anything? We see none in the charts. Take a look. Words: 610; Charts :4

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What's Going On With Gold & Silver?

It would seem logical that the precious metals should be moving a lot higher after the FOMC announced its latest QE program. How is it possible that the market is dumping like this, in conjunction with a concomitant decline in the dollar? [Let me] explain from a technical perspective what is happening. Words: 700; Charts: 3

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Commodity Trading: Which Option Options (if any) Belong in Your Portfolio?

Commodity investing has been around for decades, but it was only recently that their popularity has spread to the general public. It is now generally recommended that investors set aside anywhere from 5% to 10% of their capital for a commodity allocation, as these hard assets generally offer uncorrelated returns essential to diversification. While many investors utilize stocks, ETFs, and futures to obtain their commodity exposure, options contracts can often be a better alternative to not only your commodity holdings, but for the remainder of your portfolio as well [Let me tell you more about options and also why they might/should have a place in your portfolio]. Words: 995

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$10,000 Gold is Coming in 2012/13! Here's Why

I am increasingly confident that the consequences of fragile sovereign debt, precious metals market manipulation, insufficient physical supply, and the need for a safe haven investment refuge, will contribute to rampant price inflation and drive precious metals bullion and mining stock to a parabolic peak price of $10,000 sometime in 2012 or 2013 at the latest. You may think my …

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Sprott: Shocking Shenanigans in Paper vs. Physical Silver Market

The recent bear raid on silver - a 30% drop over only four days - has left many concerned about the sustainability of its historic run...with [many] commentators... making the bubble call. Silver bubble 2.0? Hardly. Anyone who has been fortunate to have been invested in silver over the past few years would unfortunately be used to such blatant takedowns. The Chinese don’t call it the "Devil’s Metal" for no good reason. With so much talk these days about the risks of investing in silver, we think that perhaps it may be timely for us to weigh in on the matter. The silver market is riskier than ever - but for reasons the vast majority of pedestrian commentators have failed to grasp. [Let us explain.] Words: 1517

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