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NIA: Proof Gold Stocks Most Undervalued in History
Jan01

NIA: Proof Gold Stocks Most Undervalued in History

On Sunday when NIA suggested January 2015 GDX $25 call options, we showed you a chart of the HUI/Gold ratio. The HUI index for the most part tracks the same exact stocks owned by GDX. The HUI/Gold ratio shows how undervalued gold stocks are vs. the price of gold. The HUI/Gold ratio has a 17 year average of 0.37 and currently is down to 0.164, the lowest it has been since 2001, at the very beginning of gold’s secular bull market....

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NIA: Gold’s Previous Bottoms vs. Today
Dec27

NIA: Gold’s Previous Bottoms vs. Today

Please disregard our email from Sunday evening, which stated that gold’s high of $850 per oz in 1980 is the equivalent of $5,301.24 per oz today after adjusting for growth in real U.S. money supply and above ground gold stocks. Gold’s 1980 high of $850 per oz is actually the equivalent of $7,944.83 per oz in today’s economy. Furthermore, gold’s 1976 low of $103.50 per oz is the equivalent of $1,096.12 per oz in...

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Philip Judge on Phase Transition in 2014
Dec25

Philip Judge on Phase Transition in 2014

The town of Lugano lies on Lake Lugano nestled in the Swiss Alps in Italian-speaking southern Switzerland, arguably one of the most beautiful old towns in all of Europe. Dinning in Lugano one evening last month with Alex Stanczyk and Jim Rickards, the conversation turned to ‘Complexity Theory.’ Jim spends several pages describing details of the Theory in Chapter 10 of his excellent bestselling book Currency Wars: The Making of the...

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Keiser Report Talks Silver – Jim Rickards – Dollar Collapse – E525
Dec25

Keiser Report Talks Silver – Jim Rickards – Dollar Collapse – E525

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the melt down in the art market as the filthy rich scramble for safe havens from the taxpayers angry at the billions in free money they’ve been given. They also discuss financial irrigation, amputated gold and a special mince meat pie and Jamie stew for Christmas. In the second half, Max interviews Jim Rickards, author of Currency Wars, about central bank...

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More Nails In The U.S. Dollar’s Coffin – Mike Maloney
Dec24

More Nails In The U.S. Dollar’s Coffin – Mike Maloney

Government shutdown? Inefficient politicians? These things are nothing new, and pale in comparison to the real story developing quietly behind the noise and hoopla we receive from the press. The death of the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency is the elephant in the room that nobody wants to acknowledge. It’s only been a short while since Michael Maloney delivered his keynote speech ‘Death Of The Dollar...

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Peter Schiff Says Beware of Bitcoin!
Nov22

Peter Schiff Says Beware of Bitcoin!

In his latest video, Peter Schiff shares his thoughts on the bitcoin mania that is sweeping the world. After rising from less than $20 to more than $600 in one year, many investors are wondering if bitcoin might be worth the risk. Early adopters pitch bitcoin as “gold 2.0″ – a digital currency that cannot be manipulated like fiat money. Bitcoins are even “mined,” similar to physical gold and silver. However, Peter explains why...

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The Single Biggest Reason Most Investors LOSE Money
Nov18

The Single Biggest Reason Most Investors LOSE Money

It’s almost never openly admitted in public, but the reality is that few if any investors actually beat the market in the long-term. The reason for this is that most of the investment strategies employed by investors (professional or amateur) simply do not make money. I know this runs counter to the claims of the entire financial services industry. But it is factually correct. In 2012, the S&P 500 roared up 16% including...

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The adverse effects of monetary stimulation
Nov08

The adverse effects of monetary stimulation

By Alasdair Macleod There are two indisputable economic facts to bear in mind. The first is that GDP is simply a money-total of economic transactions, and a central bank fosters an increase in GDP by making available more money and therefore bank credit to inflate this number. This is not the same as genuine economic progress, which is what consumers desire and entrepreneurs provide in an unfettered market with reliable money. The...

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Simon Black – This one chart shows you who’s really in control
Nov08

Simon Black – This one chart shows you who’s really in control

November 7, 2013 Bangkok, Thailand Check out this chart below. It’s a graph of total US tax revenue as a percentage of the money supply, since 1900. For example, in 1928, at the peak of the Roaring 20s, US money supply (M2) was $ 46.4 billion. That same year, the US government took in $ 3.9 billion in tax revenue. So in 1928, tax revenue was 8.4% of the money supply. In contrast, at the height of World War II in 1944, US tax...

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Anglo Far East – Flying by Sight Versus Instruments
Oct22

Anglo Far East – Flying by Sight Versus Instruments

Flying by Sight Versus Instruments “VFR”Visual Flight rules “IFR” Instrument Flight Rules As sponsor of a GATA presentation in Auckland by the chairman- Chris Powell over the weekend, I had the pleasure of spending time and picking his brain on many subjects. High on the list was the current correction in gold and its seeming long and sustained period of flat or lower prices. There are many measures to gauge the market but one of the...

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