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Oct 16 Entire Federal Budget Now National Security Secret Greg Hunter
Michigan State Economics Professor Mark Skidmore made a stunning discovery late last year. Using publicly available government accounting reports, he revealed there was $21 trillion in what he calls “missing money” from the Department of Defense (DOD) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The data he used has been scrubbed, all accounting records are heavily redacted and now the federal government has declared its accounting falls under “national security.” Dr. Skidmore can no longer get the government to respond. Dr. Skidmore explains, “At this point, they are no longer responding to any of my inquiries. They are just not answering, and that is very astounding...

Oct 16 Gold Going Higher – Mining Stocks Are Historically Cheap Dave Kranzler
It’s important to keep in mind that the mining stocks have been sold to levels well-below their intrinsic value – in the case of larger-cap producing miners. Or their “optionality” value – in the case of junior mining companies with projects that have a good chance eventually of converting their deposits into mines. “Optionality” value is based on the idea that junior exploration companies with projects that have strong mineralization or a compliant resource have an implied value based on the varying degrees of probability that their projects will eventually be developed into a producing mine. In relation to the price of gold and silver, the mining stocks generically (i.e. the various mining stock indices like the HUI or GDX) have rarely traded at cheaper levels than where they are trading now...

 
 

Oct 15 Keep A Proper Perspective About This Recent Move Chris Vermeulen
Capital is shifting (again) as the US Technology and high return sectors come under pressure. What happens, typically, in this type of environment is that capital moves away from risk (into cash or other suitable investments) as these sectors continue to weaken. Capital will return to these sectors once the risk factor diminishes or abates. Once the S&P fell below the 2915 level, a number of Sell Programs generated extensive downside pressure on the markets – in a way, creating a “wash-out low” price rotation fairly early in this move. Investors and capital will return into these sectors over time as they find support and wash out the extended volatility that is currently at play in the markets...

Oct 15 Gold Market Update - the 7-year bearmarket phase is over... Clive Maund
In recent weeks we have been wary that, despite highly favorable COTs and Hedgers charts and rotten sentiment indicators etc, a general asset liquidation might drag the PM sector even further down, but Thursday’s extraordinarily positive action by the sector serves to allay those fears. Of course, it’s not hard to see why the PM sector might do the opposite to what it did back in 2008 when the market crashed, and it nosedived too. There are two very big differences this time. One is that, before the 2008 crash, the PM sector was actually quite elevated. That is in marked contrast to now where it is beaten into the ground with sentiment in the basement – basically it is so unloved and neglected that the only way is up...

Oct 15 Silver Market Update Clive Maund
Unlike gold and Precious Metals stocks, silver did not break out strongly on Thursday – although it rose, it did not break out at all, nor was volume exceptional, as we can see on its latest 6-month chart below. However, this is not a cause for concern, because in the early stages of sector bullmarkets gold leads, so we can expect silver to “follow suit” shortly. This is worth knowing, because it means that it is still possible to pick up a lot of silver stocks (and ETFs) at knock down silly prices before it really starts to move...

 
 

Oct 15 Fascism Perfect Antidote: The Gold Standard Jim Willie
Gold is the perfect antidote for the fascist state and its pervasive penetrating corruption laced with bellicose global actions. Gold eliminates (or rather vastly reduces) the potential for pilferage and theft in the financial management offices. Gold eliminates the potential (or vastly reduces) the potential for endless war with the vast slush funds for the military industrial complex. Gold eliminates (or vastly reduces) the corruption like a grand parasite with extensive tentacles across the several critical business sectors. The fascist state is not a well-known concept to the Western observers, even though they endured World War II. Most people have a poor comprehension of the fascist state by its basic nature, and prefer to hold onto examples of its form, its many manifestations...

Oct 15 Stocks’ Last Cheap Sector Adam Hamilton
The lofty stock markets suffered a sharp selloff this week that may prove a major inflection point. There was one lone sector that bucked the heavy selling to surge in the carnage, the gold miners’ stocks. They are the last cheap sector in these bubble-valued stock markets, long overlooked and neglected. Wildly undervalued today, the gold stocks have great potential to soar dramatically even if stock markets keep weakening. Just several weeks ago, the US stock markets hit new all-time record highs stoking universal euphoria. The flagship S&P 500 broad-market stock index (SPX) closed at 2930.8 in late September, extending its monstrous bull to 333.2% over 9.5 years. That made for the 2nd-largest and 1st-longest in US stock-market history!...

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Oct 15 Stock Market & Gold Stock Trading Tactics Morris Hubbartt
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Oct 15 Tentative Signs of Life in Gold David Brady
Gold has finally caught a bid this week and is up to its highest level since July 31. The fact that the U.S. and China appear to have agreed on a meeting between Trump and Xi on trade issues at the next G20, coupled with the U.S. treasury’s decision not to label China a currency manipulator, was likely the biggest factor in Gold’s rise yesterday. It may be seeing some safe haven flows due to the precipitous decline in stocks the past couple of days. There is also the possibility that Gold is anticipating a reversal in the Fed’s tightening policies and a weaker dollar due to a potential crash in stocks. If so, then the bottom is likely in place and a historic rally in Gold has begun. But I wouldn’t break out the champagne just yet...

Oct 12 US Transportation Index Suggests Bottom May Be Forming Chris Vermeulen
Oct 12 Some Rothschild Reps in the Pilgrims Society Charles Savoie
Oct 12 As The Markets Sell-off The Precious Metals Rebound SRSrocco
Oct 12 The Credit Cycle Is On The Turn Alasdair Macleod
Oct 11 Dollar Engulfing Bearish Pattern Warns Of Dollar Weakness Chris Vermeulen
Oct 11 FANG Freefall Sparks Longest Losing Streak Of Trump Era Tyler Durden
Oct 11 If This Doesn't Scare You, Nothing Will Clive Maund
Oct 11 The Cracks in the Market’s Floor Grow Wider Dave Kranzler
Oct 10 Transportation Breakdown Hinting to Global Economic Weakness? Chris Vermeulen
Oct 10 The Banks Are NOT On Your Side Craig Hemke
Oct 10 A Bottom in Gold but not THE Bottom Jordan Roy Byrne
Oct 10 Soaring Yields Terrify Stock Market Investors Stewart Thomson
Oct 9 The Housing Market Goes Down the Drain Dave Kranzler
Oct 9 Gold: Ready, Set, Go! Were You Really Ready? Przemyslaw Radomski
Oct 9 Inflation is Starting to Heat Up Gary Savage
Oct 8 Will Oil Follow Historical Patterns? Chris Vermeulen
Oct 8 Silver Rates to Crash to Gumball Prices. Slump to Lasts 20 Years Charles Savoie
Oct 8 Weekend Newsletter 10/06/2018 GoldPredict
Oct 8 Fed's Rising Interest Rates are a Ticking Time-bomb for U.S. Economy SRSrocco
Oct 8 How Commodities Will Perform in the Impending Massive Credit Crunch Clive Maund
Oct 8 Gold Stocks Recovering 2 Adam Hamilton

 
 
 

 

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