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Feb 19 Silver Market Update Clive Maund
Silver is completely “off the radar” for most investors right now which is just the way we like it when we are buying, however, as we will see, there are good reasons to believe that this will not be the case for much longer. On its latest 8-year chart we can see why silver has zero appeal for momentum traders now – it ain’t goin’ nowhere, or so it would seem, if you project past performance into the future, but as we have repeatedly observed in recent months, it is marking out a giant Head-and-Shoulders bottom, which is quite heavily disguised compared to the concurrent flat topped H&S bottom forming in gold, because it is downsloping. A key bullish point to observe on this chart is the steady volume buildup over the past 2 years, which is a sign that it is building up to a major bullmarket...

Feb 19 Gold Market Update Clive Maund
There has been much grumbling and muttering within the gold community about how “The Cartel” and the Comex etc are holding the gold price in restraint by means of naked short selling, and hitting the market with supply when trading is thin during public holidays and overnight and so on, but the fact of the matter is that the reason why the Precious Metals sector has taken a back seat for years now is that there have been hotter games in town, like Biotech, Bitcoin, Cannabis, the FANGS, Tech generally etc and endless quantities of cheap money to bid them up into the stratosphere. So that is where the action has been. However, to everything its season and all that is coming to an end now...

Feb 19 Market Volatility and Precious Metals Bounce Chris Vermeulen/Korelin Report
Volatility continues in the US markets with the S&P up over 4% this week. It was not a smooth ride however. The base metals have rebounded nicely and precious metals, after a potentially scary breakdown last Friday, rebounded nicely this week back to the higher part of their range. We discuss all those topics this week plus a special look at the downfalls in resource estimates and an extra long segment with Novo’s Quinton Hennigh answering all of our questions. Chris Vermuelen kicks of the show with comments on the recent volatility in the US markets and his thoughts on how far the PM stocks can run...

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Feb 19 The Fed Targets Stock Prices – Here’s Why Dave Kranzler
The week before the Dow/SPX quickly plunged 10%, the Fed had reduced its SOMA account (the SOMA account is its “QE” account) by $21 billion. Just as quickly as the stock market dropped, it has sharply recovered more than half of its losses from the previous week. As it turns out, the Fed added $11 billion back to its SOMA account. That’s an $11 billion injection of cash directly into the banking system. Clearly the Fed’s actions were a large factor in the 10% plunge and the subsequent bounce. The Federal Reserve is targeting stock prices with it’s monetary policy because, if it did not, the financial system would collapse led by collapsing pension funds and the housing market. The pension collapse alone would run into the trillions of dollars...

Feb 19 Our Approaching Winter of Discontent Charles Hugh Smith
 We're assured "that can't happen here," but history tells us that eventually it always "happens here." Ten years ago, few middle-class Venezuelans would have believed their national currency could sink to the point that a 100,000 bolivar bill was worth a mere 41 cents in US dollars. The chart reveals the dynamic: the currency can be debauched for years with little apparent consequence, and then the buffers suddenly collapse and the currency is essentially worthless. The collapse of the purchasing power of a currency can be slow or fast. Ten years of 10% annual inflation in an economy of near-zero wage inflation will do the trick, or a sudden crisis of faith creates a bidless market for the currency: nobody wants to part with anything of value for the currency...

Feb 19 Gold Stocks Rally: Key Upside Targets Morris Hubbartt
Here are today's videos and charts (double click to enlarge): SFS Key Charts & Video Update; SF60 Key Charts & Video Update; SF Juniors Key Charts & Video Analysis; SF Trader Time Key Charts & Video Analysis...

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Feb 16 No Manipulation, After All? Theodore Butler
In the never-ending search to either verify or rebut one’s own findings, I’d like you to consider something different today. I’m going to ask you to set aside my highly specific allegations of wrong-doing in the silver and gold markets, mostly centering on JPMorgan, and focus instead on whether if what I allege is really wrong or even matters much. Even though my allegations are based upon data published by the CFTC and CME Group, I would ask you to put that aside and consider that I may have been making a mountain out of a molehill about silver (and gold) price manipulation. The best way of determining whether there is anything wrong in silver is to..

Feb 16 Thursday Report 2/15/2018 GoldPredict
Gold is at a major inflection point and the next few trading days will be critical. Prices are at $1356, and it would take little effort to punch through the January $1365.40 high. The next level to overcome resides at $1,377.50 (the 2016 high). That too is within striking distance. A high volume move above these levels would register a breakout and confrim a new bull market in gold. Two factors could facilitate a breakout in the coming days. A weaker dollar. The dollars cycle peaked just 5-days ago. Prices should continue to weaken, and that should...

 

Feb 16 Why Even Pretend There’s A Debt Ceiling Limit? Dave Kranzler
The question, then, is why even bother with the debt ceiling? What’s the point of pretending? The debt ceiling was meant to act as a “brake” on the Government’s fiscal recklessness. But now it’s so easy to suspend the ceiling it makes no sense to waste time going through the formality of suspending it. The U.S. is on debt-driven suicide path anyway. Money that is borrowed behaves exactly like money created (printed) until the borrowed money is repaid and the debt is extinguished. But the Federal Government, for all intents and purposes has not repaid a dime of the amount borrowed for many decades...

Feb 16 Is The Fed Back To “Quantitative Easing?” Dave Kranzler
The Fed added $11 billion to its SOMA account for the week ending yesterday. It purchased $11 billion in mortgage securities directly from banks. This injects $11 billion into the banking system. Cash is “high powered” money, meaning it can be leveraged 10x (banks need to hold 10% in reserves against “high powered” money. $11 billion is $110 billion of leverage for the banks to use for activities such as propping up the stock market. This certainly explains why there appears to be another “V” recovery in the stock market after a near-10% drawdown in the Dow and the SPX. This is very similar to the 10% market plunges in August 2015 and January 2016, both of which were followed with highly unusual “V” recoveries...

Feb 15 Things Only a True Friend Would Say About Gold  Przemysław Radomski
Feb 15 Chris Martenson: Real Gold, Real Silver, Real Wealth Rory Hall
Feb 15 How Long Until Markets Settle Down? Chris Vermeulen
Feb 14 Something Is Definitely “Changing” But What Is It? Bill Holter

Feb 14 What Changed On September 8, 2017? Craig Hemke
Feb 14 U.S. Public Debt Surges By $175 Billion In One Day SRSrocco
Feb 14 Trading Technical Analysis Made Easy Chris Vermeulen
Feb 14 Gold Stocks: V Bottom Blastoff Stewart Thomson
Feb 13 Math Behind Last Weeks Crash – PART 2 Chris Vermeulen
Feb 13 Huge Market Correction Update & Silver Price Trend SRSrocco
Feb 13 Reminder that the Dollar has Broken Down... Clive Maund
Feb 13 Do Financial Markets Still Exist? Paul Craig Roberts, Dave Kranzler, Michael Hudson
Feb 13 GOP Adopts Democrat Big Deficit Spending SARTRE
Feb 12 Math Behind Last Weeks Crash – PART 1 Chris Vermeulen
Feb 12 The Stock Market – Dow And SPX – Could Easily Drop 50% Dave Kranzler
Feb 12 DJ Index Correction & Crash Levels: A Chart All Investors Must See SRSrocco
Feb 12 Buy or Sell? This Insight May Help You Decide EWI
Feb 12 February 2018 Market Crisis – What Next? Chris Vermeulen
Feb 12 Gold Stocks Decline: Key Tactics Morris Hubbartt

 

 

 

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