Category Archives: Market Commentaries

Gold And Silver – Nothing Is Ever As It Seems And No Respite For PMs.

Saturday  20 December 2014 An eminent collapse of the US fiat petrodollar?  China and Russia, with their enormous build-up of physical gold over the last several years, waiting in the wings to lead a new gold-backed currency?  The growing BRICS … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Wall Street, aka United States, Pulls Off Another Destructive Coup

Saturday  13 December 2014 The clichéd definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. There is no room for sanity in the United States, anymore, and the public is sleepwalking through it all.  … Continue reading

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Gold And Silver – Gold-Backed Currency? Not Any Time Soon, But Be Prepared.

Saturday  6 December 2014 Last year, many in 2013 were calling for the price of gold and silver to double, and more! Then came 2014 and those dashed hopes were pushed back to the second half of 2014. Earlier, in the … Continue reading

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Cotton

Friday  5 December 2014 Stopped out of the half-position in Mar cotton at price, 60.15 26 Nov – Buy 59.74 05 Dec – Sell 60.15 Gain = 41 tics, $205 less $15 commission per contract Ease of downward movement erased … Continue reading

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November Trading Comments

Tuesday  2 December 2014 There were 4 trades in November, mostly minor in risk/reward consideration, and it is reflective of the lack of quality set-ups in futures, these days.  There is a heavy-handed intervention in the markets by the central … Continue reading

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