Category Archives: Market Commentaries

Gold And Silver – Probability for A Lower Low Has Increased

Saturday  31 January 2015 Mention is often made that one should wait for confirmation of a particular move in futures before making a commitment, either way.  Last week, it appeared evidence was mounting that November could be a possible low … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Around The FX World In Charts

Monday 26 January 2015 There has been some discussion about how the Swiss National Bank breakaway from the 1.20 peg to the Euro was a shot to the upside for gold.  It appeared to us that the rally may have been … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Timing Is Most Important Element

Saturday  24 January 2015 “Excuse me, sir, do you have the time?” In a Clinton-esque response:  “It depends on what the definition of “time” is.” Throughout much of 2013 and all of 2014, there were numerous stories/reports out on what … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Swiss National Bank Rally. Enough For A Change?

Saturday  17 January 2015 It would seem that last week’s rally in gold was Swiss National Bank-driven, plain and simple.  It is difficult to get a handle on the ramifications of what just happened with the Swiss “unpegging” from the … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Very Strong Indirect Reasons To Buy PMs.

Saturday  10 January 2014 Got gold?  Got silver?  If not, you may not survive very well under the current and future regime[s] established in this country.  Does price matter?  Sure, everyone wants to buy reasonably near the lows, and there … Continue reading

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