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By: GE Christenson The year 2013 was a great year for the S&P and a terrible year for silver and gold investors. There are many indications that it is time for a reversal. If a market moves too far (up or down), too fast, or for too long, expect a reversal.
By: Vin Maru, TDV Golden Trader As everyone rings in the New Year with a toast and a cheer for a prosperous 2014, Wall Street started celebrating many months ago and is ringing in the New Year with a glass of Dom Pérignon.
By: GE Christenson Ryan Jordan, Ph.D., is a professional historian, author, and college professor. He is the author of Silver – The People’s
U.S. Mint Runs Out of Silver Bullion Coins – Gold and Silver Coin Sales Hit Record Levels in November
Long term proponents of sound money cannot seem to get enough of U.S. Mint produced gold and silver bullion coins. Ever since the financial crash of 2008 many Americans remain profoundly skeptical of the paper dollar
By: GE Christenson A mid 60s woman was chatting with two friends at a Starbucks. I overheard the conversation. It went something like this… “When my husband and I retired, our financial advisor said we had enough
By: GE Christenson The BIG Perspective: Examine the following “Point & Figure” chart from Ron Rosen. This type of chart plots price on the “y” axis while the “x” axis shows time but without uniform distance between years. The long term trend has been up since 1970 and 2001, while the
As discussed in a previous post, sales of the American Eagle silver bullion
The American public's love affair with the U.S. Mint American Eagle silver bullion coin continues unabated. Ever since the financial meltdown of 2008 there has been an explosion in demand for the silver coins. Average yearly sales of the silver bullion coins have increased by almost 500% since
By: GE Christenson THE SETUP A century ago bankers created the plan for a U.S. central bank, bought enough votes to get it passed into law, encouraged deficit
The bear case for gold and silver stocks is well known and investors have reacted by dumping mining stocks indiscriminately. The staggering decline in gold and silver stocks over the past two years now exceeds the decline that occurred during the crash of 2008 when the financial system was at the brink