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Sep 15 Armstrong Logic? Bill Holter
As a reminder of past fallacy, Mr. Armstrong wrote back in September 2015 "… ”You are doomed if you cling to the idea that gold will rise simply because stocks decline. Gold was DEVALUED in 1934 since gold was MONEY. What it could purchase for $20.67 then cost $35. (this line has since been deleted from his original article) The government confiscated gold and moved to a TWO-TIER monetary system with gold used exclusively for international settlements, not domestic.” - Martin Armstrong. The fact is, gold was REVALUED 70% higher versus the dollar (and much more versus other assets) as what previously required $20.67 to purchase one ounce of gold moved to $35. I said at the time, what he wrote could not have been a typo or a mistake, his logic was in reverse and he was trying to rewrite history...

Sep 15 The Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency Bubble Dave Kranzler
I actively traded the internet stocks during the late stages of the internet/tech stock bubble in 1999 – from the short side. I will admit that I did take a few long-side day trade rides on a few internet stocks. I remember one Chinese internet stock that I bought in the morning at $10 after its IPO free’d up to trade and sold it about 2 hours later at $45. To this day I have no idea what the company’s concept was all about – I think it was one of those incubators. I doubt that company was in existence after 2001. As such, the crypto-currency craze reminds me of the internet stock bubble. The cryptos certainly are a heated debate. The volume from the Bitcoin defenders is deafening, the degree to which I’ve only seen near the peak of bubbles...

Sep 15 An Economic Lesson for China and Russia Paul Craig Roberts
Is there anyone in Trump’s government who is not an imbecile? After years of endless military threats against Russia—remember CIA deputy director Mike Morell saying on TV (Charlie Rose show) that the US should start killing Russians to give them a message, and Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley threatening “We’ll beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before”—now the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin threatens China. If China doesn’t abide by Washington’s new sanctions on North Korea, Mnuchin said the US “will put additional sanctions on them [China] and prevent them from accessing the US and international dollar system." Here is the broke US government $20 trillion in public debt, having to print money with which to buy its own bonds, threatening the second largest economy in the world, an economy on purchasing power parity terms that is larger than the US economy...

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Sep 14 Rob Kirby - Silver The Most Underpriced Asset on the Planet Greg Hunter
Forensic macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says people should be looking to buy gold and silver for protection because it’s still relatively cheap compared to the exploding value of some crypto currencies. Kirby explains, “When you look at the price differential between silver and gold, you see an ounce of silver selling for around $18, and you see an ounce of gold going for $1,340, and that means you would need to sell 75 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. The ratio in nature suggests you should be able to sell eight ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. This tells me one of those two prices is very wrong. Either silver is too cheap or gold is too expensive. I don’t think gold is too expensive because I think it’s undervalued too...

Sep 14 Enforcer Gold: High-Grade Veins, Tonnes of Upside in the Abitibi Rick Mills
Canada's Abitibi Greenstone Belt is one of the most important gold mining regions in the world. On par with the Carlin Trend in Nevada and the Witwatersrand Basin of South Africa, the Abitibi, which straddles Ontario and Quebec, has yielded over 180 million ounces since the first mining camps were established there in the early 1900s. It may seem surprising that after over a century of mining and exploration, there is still room for new discoveries there. To make the assumption that the Abitibi is mined out would be a serious mistake, however, as the story of Enforcer Gold Corp. (TSX.V:VEIN) and its aptly-named stock symbol demonstrates...

Sep 14 More dangers now than 2007 Mike Kosares
White, as hinted in the Economist profile, has consistently warned that the global economy stands at a precipice – that essentially the 2007 crisis was not an end but a beginning. If that stance sounds familiar, it should.  It falls in line with the fourth turning analysis covered here in previous posts.  Neil Howe, the author of The Fourth Turning, calls the 2007 crisis the catalyst for the protracted fourth turning now in progress and scheduled to end, by his estimate, sometime in the 2030s. (Please see “Historical inevitability and gold and silver ownership“) White renews that warning in a Bloomberg interview on Monday (fittingly September 11) under the banner OECD warns “More dangers now than in 2007.” In that six minute interview, White keenly and concisely outlines the...

 

Sep 13 Massive Debt Increase Impact On Interest Expense & The Silver ETF SRSrocco
So, why does the U.S. Treasury continue to increase its overall debt and interest payments? Because it’s in the best interest of the U.S. Treasury to prop up the 99% of Americans who are invested in the markets. Also, the U.S. local, state and federal governments receive taxes on salaries, real estate, businesses, investments, etc. If the markets crashed, so would U.S. government tax revenues. Thus, the U.S. Government would collapse along with the markets as asset prices imploded. Lastly, the precious metals are one of the best safe havens to be in when the Fed and Central Banks lose control of propping up the markets. Unfortunately, 99% of Americans will find about gold and silver a day late and a dollar short...

Sep 13 On Guard Against The Banks Craig Hemke
Let's start with Comex Digital Gold. It has been in an UPtrend since July 10 and this rally has carried it $150 or about 12.5%. In doing so, The Commercials on the CoT have increased their NET short position by 182,000 contracts and, specifically, the 24 Banks of the Bank Participation Report have doubled their NET short position, going from 104,748 contracts NET short in July to 213,746 NET short last week. This places the CoT in its "worst" position since last September and this BPR reveals the largest NET short position on record. Therefore, you KNOW that The Banks will do just about anything at this point to reverse the trend and begin flushing The Specs back out of paper gold. Though they are clearly capable of pulling this off, it may take them a while to do it. Why, you ask?...

Sep 13 Overvalued Stocks are Ruining the Economy Rory Hall
From our perspective the the corporate stock buybacks have been doing a major of damage to corporate America. If these companies were not buying their own stock for the past three years their “price” would be half or less than it is today. Who in the right mind believes Amazon’s stock is worth upwards of $1,000 per share? What is this based on? The damage corporate stock buybacks has done to the economy we can not over emphasis. If the “C” level executives are simply “recycling” company stock and driving the price higher they are unable to reinvest in the company. This means no new equipment, no new hires, no R&D and the list continues. This is destructive to the economy. Nothing progresses...

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Sep 12 Let's Get Practical: Is the S&P 500 Over or Under Valued? EWI

Sep 12 Reverse Head-and-Shoulders Pattern in Gold Przemyslaw Radomski
So far, the things that should confirm the reverse head and shoulders pattern in gold, suggest otherwise. Having said that, let’s move on to the key issue. Even if the above confirmations did indeed confirm the pattern instead of invalidating it, there would be no bullish implications for gold at this time. Why? Because there is no pattern to speak of – yet. In case of the neck level based on the daily closing prices and the recent closes, there was no breakout above the neck level of the pattern. The whole point of a pattern is that it has implications once it is completed and that’s not the case with the discussed reverse head and shoulders pattern in gold...

Sep 12 In the Dark James Howard Kunstler
Rational people would also suspect that at some point, something might have to give. For instance, the value of the dollars that the debt is issued in. If the value of dollars goes down, then the real value of the bonds issued in dollars goes down, and as that happens the many various holders of bonds already issued — individuals, pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds of foreign countries — will have a strong incentive to dump the bonds as fast as possible. Especially if backstage magic by the Fed and its handmaidens, the “primary dealer” banks, keeps working to suppress the interest rates of these bonds at all costs...

Sep 12 The United States of Hubris Antonius Aquinas
Fortunately, for the future of global peace, US hegemony is coming to an end. The nation is hopelessly broke while its welfare/warfare economy is beyond reform and faltering badly which means that when the inevitable collapse does happen, it will mean the end or a serious pull back of the Empire. A similar situation took place in Great Britain in 1945 after it took part in another senseless global conflict which liquidated the British Empire once and for all. Any sober thinking realist would recognize the deteriorating societal and economic conditions at home, yet because of the collective hubris embedded in the political class, American bellicosity continues...

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Sep 11 Gold Market Update Clive Maund
Gold continues to build towards its breakout from a massive 4-year long base pattern. This is likely to occur when the dollar breaks down from its topping pattern, and is expected to lead to a bullmarket that will dwarf the last one from 2001 through 2011, and may be given a tailwind when the cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme implodes. In some quarters gold is being described as having broken out already, as are gold stocks, but they haven’t yet, as we will see, and we will also look at evidence that points to the probability of a short to medium-term dollar bounce and a pullback in the Precious Metals sector before the big breakout occurs...

Sep 11 Silver Market Update Clive Maund
On its long-term 10-year chart silver superficially looks like it may still be in a bearmarket, but on more careful inspection we can see that a large Head-and-Shoulders bottom pattern is completing, which is tilted compared to the similar pattern that is completing in gold, because silver tends to underperform gold at the end of bearmarkets and the beginning of bullmarkets. As we can see, unlike gold, it is still some way from breaking out of this base pattern, but should do so not long after the dollar breaks down from its Broadening Top, that we look at in the parallel Gold Market update. Volume indicators are most auspicious, with the On-balance Volume line in particular looking very bullish indeed, since it is already at new highs, which is remarkable given...

Sep 11 The Situation In The Markets Is Much Worse Than You Realize SRSrocco
It’s about time that I share with you all a little secret. The situation in the markets is much worse than you realize. While that may sound like someone who has been crying “wolf” for the past several years, in all honesty, the public has no idea just how dire our present situation has become. The amount of debt, leverage, deceit, corruption, and fraud in the economic markets, financial system, and in the energy industry are off the charts. Unfortunately, the present condition is even much worse when we consider “INSIDER INFORMATION.”...

Sep 11 Eight Crooks Against The World Theodore Butler
Sep 11 The Meaning of 911 Fifteen Years After SARTRE
Sep 11 US Petro Dollar Breakdown Continues: Big Moves In Gold & Silver Ahead SRSrocco
Sep 11 This Indicators' 30-Year Track Record is Flashing Red for Stocks EWI
Sep 11 Gold's Power Uptrend: Key Tactics Morris Hubbartt
 

 

 

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