June 27, 2019
Gold is Precious

Gold Breaks Critical Resistance, What’s Next?

What Happened to Gold? The price of gold recently broke hard above $1350 and reach the mid $1400’s. The price as we write this now is […]
June 25, 2019
Consumer Spending Bills

As Consumer Participation Weakens, Debt Market Risk Rises

I am going to take a look at how well US consumers are doing using some common retail measures. I will also look at how much […]
June 8, 2019
Climb Mountain Stairs

Gold’s Multi-Decade Bull Market Has Steeper Climbs Ahead

Gold vs. World Currencies In a previous article I had written about gold’s cheap price in currencies around the world. That is not to say that […]
May 25, 2019
Yield Sign

The Treasury Yield Curve Inverts; What It Means For You

What is a treasury yield curve, and why are the financial media suddenly talking a lot about it? What is a Yield Curve A yield curve […]
May 23, 2019
Golden Phoenix

Data Shows Gold Is Undervalued In Many Currencies Since 2011

Gold is undervalued, since 2011, because currency in circulation has risen much more than the gold price. The US dollar has failed to properly value gold […]
May 16, 2019
China Belt & Road

Sentiment May Be Bullish, But Weakening Fundamentals Mark The Turn

The divergence between the stock market and the underlying economy has gotten ridiculous. While most of the productive economic indicators are falling, the stock market keeps […]
May 1, 2019
Gold Bull Market

Gold Technicals Indicate The Next Leg Up Is Finally Here

Gold Technicals Indicate The Next Leg Up Is Finally Here Gold is an interesting market. Just when you think the world has completely forgotten the history […]
April 13, 2019
Ann Bridges

Mineral And Technology Dependencies Threaten US Sovereignty

Summary Author and consultant Ann Bridges joins me for a discussion on mineral and technology independence issues within the US. Several key minerals that the US […]