Sunday, January 18, 2015

Mid-Term Outlook: January, 2015

Have the equity markets finally peaked? In our view, they should have never carried on as they have - but with psychopaths at the helm of the financial sphere, you just never know what the future will bring. 

It’s been a long, long time since financial markets have actually reflected what’s taking place in mainstream economies, and as such, it’s been a similarly long time since we've even bothered to try and correlate the two.
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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Silver: Short-Term Trend Turns Upward

For now, on a short-term basis, the dollar-price of silver has reversed to the upside. 

With higher highs and higher lows quantifying the base definition of an upward trend, silvers price action from its recent print low at $14.10 certainly fits the bill.

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Friday, January 16, 2015

CAT to Follow Crude to $40.00?

Is it reasonable to assume that so goes Crude Oil, so goes Caterpillar? Perhaps it is, or perhaps not, but the price charts of these two economic giants do show a fair degree of correlation. 

Some Motley Fools I know think there may be some fundamental correlations as well.
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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Cash Flow is King

Continuing from part 1, Why the Paper-Price of Gold and Silver Matters, as promised, we’ll start with a chart of the dollar and discuss the various heights to which this dirtiest of all shirts can elevate itself. 

Since basing at 78.91 back in May of 2014, the fed-injected steroids really kicked in. The dollar value has surged more than 16% in nine months - and is now trading north of the 90-handle.

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Why the Paper-Price of Gold & Silver Matters

Part 1: If you are at all inclined to agree with the largely defensive and reflexive concept that paper-prices (i.e. dollar-values) for all products, commodities, and services are virtually meaningless, you’re going to want to read this.

If you are especially quick in holding to the notion that the paper-price valuations of gold and silver simply don’t matter, read on – we’re going to share some opinions as to why all of these paper-prices do matter.
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