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This report briefly examines the performance of gold and other major asset classes during the second quarter of 2019, alongside YTD performances. We also highlight the specific conditions that could impact the gold market going forward.Read More
When CNN starts flashing a gold chart on the screen every ten minutes, you know the breakout in the gold price has reached the mainstream.Read More
On any given day, you can find numerous articles about the hazards posed by our federal debt, municipal debt, consumer debt, and so on. The list is long and plenty scary. But there is surprisingly little talk about one of the most dangerous situations of all: the trouble in America’s recently booming oil patch.Read More
Virtually anyone looking at the markets today can sense that something is a bit amiss, that there is a disconnect with reality. The hard part of making use of such a sense is quantifying just how out of whack things are, and when the inevitable reality reconnect will occur. Especially when dealing with cycles that can last much longer than the typical stock market whipsaw each decade. Perspective is important, as is watching the long term indicators — more and more of which are showing overheated markets.
We started our ‘Nowhere to Run’ series with looks at the wildly overvalued stock market, and a bubbly housing market. Today we tackle the world’s biggest market: bonds, and their unsustainable valuation.Read More
Warren Buffett is the undisputed king of value investors. And his very own indicator is flashing “sell” today. If you need more evidence that recent market action may be more than short-term gyrations, read this…Read More
We’ve forgotten the lessons of just ten years ago, when speculative buying fed a massive bubble. It's an unsustainable trend. It must end, and will end badly for those left holding the bag. When the new housing market bubble pops, the prudent investor is going to want to be holding the only investment sector not currently in the midst of extraordinary overvaluation: hard assets.Read More
Guest Contributor and GoldSilver Senior Precious Metals Analyst Jeff Clark has discovered an incredible statistic: using the original CPI inflation equation (circa 1980, before it was changed, and changed, and changed again to suit politicians' agendas), both gold and silver are at 50-year inflation-adjusted price lows.Read More
Virtually anyone looking at the markets today can sense that something is a bit amiss, a disconnect with reality. The hard part with such sense is often quantifying just how out of whack things have gotten, and when it might reverse. More and more we are seeing reliable indicators that show not just one but nearly all markets are overheating, leaving almost nowhere to run.
As part of an ongoing series, today we'll show how Federal Reserve and other governmental policy has resulted in an unprecedented situation: bubbles that span across all risk-assets, leaving investors with few options to invest their money other than in those very bubbles… with one notable exception: precious metals.
Right now precious metals are currently at historical — and even multi-generational — lows vs. stocks, bonds, and real estate. Unsustainable debt issuances have underpinned the longest uninterrupted asset-price inflationary cycle ever: federal debt, global debt, student debt, auto debt, and more. The result: rarely have gold or silver looked so compelling relative to other assets.Read More
Growing up in Europe, I have always been fascinated by its history and how it manifests everywhere you look. Every building, be it an ordinary house or a glorious monument, wears the marks of historic events, which remind us about past successes and failures.
I feel the world would be a much better place if we all were better students of history and learned from the mistakes our elders made. Unfortunately, as generations change, we tend to forget the horrors of the past, allowing the forces that be to repeat the same mistakes.
In my youth, I was lucky enough to hear countless stories from elders about life during World War I and World War II. As much as I like to read about history, nothing compares to accounts from people who experienced it firsthand. This is one of the reasons I started this series of articles featuring our customers’ stories and what they learned from their experiences.
Today, Peter W. from South Africa is sharing his early childhood lessons about money with us.Read More
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