Diversification

Will geopolitical uncertainty contribute to volatility in the dollar and gold in 2014?

Reuters, by Clara Denina, March 31, 2014

Improving prospects for the U.S. economy? Fed's Janet Yellen on Monday strongly defended the central bank's policies of low interest rates and continued bond-buying . . .more...

Will gold and silver soon become more favorable as alternative investments?

Barron's, by Michael Kahn, March 3, 2014

Charts suggest move to trading paper assets for real assets is just getting started; in fact, commodities market as a whole broke out to the upside about a month ago . . .more...

Are securities over-inflated largely because of central government policies?

CNBC, by Lawrence Delevingne, December 3, 2013

Pimco's Bill Gross says investors are all playing the same dangerous game that depends on a near perpetual policy of cheap financing and artificially low interest rates . . .more...

Could we see quantitative stimulus until the U.S. Dollar implodes?

Forbes, by Kenneth Rapoza, October 22, 2013

We've got a way to go before QE gets tapered down; but will the Fed instead increase the asset purchases to, say, $150 billion, $200 billion, a trillion dollars a month? . . .more...

Is the bond and equities markets at risk?

Bloomberg, by Caroline Salas Gage, August 22, 2013

They want to get back to a neutral balance-sheet policy but that doesn’t mean they want rates to skyrocket here,” said McCarthy, a former Richmond Fed economist. “The market is hypersensitive,”more...

Are equities propped by stimulus versus an improved economy?

Barron's, by Randall W. Forsyth, August 17, 2013

That the equity market shudders on the prospect of a taper—as soon as the Sept. 17-18—isn't surprising.more...

Does Fed easing, and fear of ending QE warrant diversification?

Barron's, by Michael Aneiro, May 25, 2013

Investors on edge about what to expect from the central bank in the coming months as it decides how and when to dial back its $85 billion monthly bond-buying program . . .more...

Will the threat of a banking crisis favor gold as tangible money?

Barron's, by Randall W. Forsyth, March 25, 2013

Cyprus stunned its bank customers and the global financial markets because they violated a crucial principle going back to the 1930s: that bank deposits would be protected . . .more...

Are investors concerned over market uncertainty?

Financial Times, by Jamie Chisholm, December 21, 2012

Investors are worried that the fiscal cliff's $600bn of tax hikes and spending cuts will push the US into recession; sharp fall in the December UM consumer confidence index . . .more...

Will big government cause the stock market to fall?

Barron's, by Robert M. Sussman, December 17, 2012

If and when interest rates rise on deficit and national debt concerns, stocks will face more competition from fixed-income securities. Stock prices will have to fall . . .more...

Will massive stimulus by a few governments cause competitive currency devaluation?

The Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2012

Stimulus injections by world's largest central banks are creating a domino effect around the globe, prompting governments to keep easy money from driving up their currencies . . .more...

Is there any doubt we will continue on a path of stimulus, resulting in higher commodity prices?

The Wall Street Journal, by Jon Hilsenrath, July 24, 2012

Impatient Federal Reserve officials are moving closer to taking new steps to spur activity and hiring; could make moves at their meeting next week, July 31 and Aug. 1 . . .more...

What is the Big Picture with stock market prices?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, July 9, 2012

The yield on the Dow is now a minuscule 2.62% (indicative of a bull market top). The only way we will see high yields (6% or more) on the Dow is for the Dow to head down . . .more...

Is the stock market in decline?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, June 21, 2012

It's easy to lose track of the trend; the Dow is down over 1500 points from its high. It's one very subtle and deceptive bear market. Don't lose sight of the big picture . . .more...

Do European election results signal increased fiat currency risk?

Bloomberg, by Catarina Saraiva & Emma Charlton, May 7, 2012

Election outcomes in both France and Greece are decidedly negative for the euro; new risk that it will result in clashes between France and Germany going forward . . .more...

Will gold be perceived as the only AAA currency left standing?

Fox Business, by Reuters, December 21, 2011

Fitch changed U.S. credit rating outlook to negative from stable, citing failure of congressional committee to agree on at least $1.2 trillion in deficit-reduction measures . . .more...

Can a Euro-zone crisis be averted?

Barron's, by Murray Coleman, December 5, 2011

Serious contraction in euro-zone...Gold market this week will be shaped by the many political meetings due to take place, which are likely to focus on the sovereign debt crisis...more...

Is there widespread sovereign currency risk associated with the debt crisis?

Financial Times, by Stanley Pignal, November 25, 2011

Belgium the latest country to see its debt downgraded as a result of the eurozone crisis; leaders continue to scramble for a solution to the protracted debt crisis . . .more...

Will volatility in stocks and bonds subside or escalate?

Barron's, by Jim McTague, November 21, 2011

Supercommittee agreement in doubt. Brace your portfolio: The global debt crisis returns to U.S. this week. Prepare for added element of volatility in stocks and bonds . . .more...

Will the European debt crisis keep the world's financial markets uncertain and volatile?

Reuters, November 9, 2011

Gold prices have rallied about 4% this month as mounting doubts over the euro zone's ability to tackle its two-year-old debt crisis drove investors to safe-haven assets . . .more...

Are Fed actions as uncertain as the securities markets?

Barron's, by Jacqueline Doherty, August 27, 2011

Fed chairman Bernanke told the markets exactly what they wanted to hear Friday; the stock market believed him, but the bond and gold markets weren't quite convinced . . .more...

Is there uncertainty regarding the Fed's next round of quantitative easing?

The Wall Street Journal, by Steven Russolillo, August 26, 2011

Economy continues to slowly deteriorate, investors unclear about what the central bank may have in store; issues seem much bigger than what Bernanke can fix in his speech . . .more...

Will uncertainty in stocks and bonds lead to metals as an alternative asset class?

FoxBusiness, by Matt Egan, August 12, 2011

The frightening memories of markets crashing around the world and chaotic government rescues three years ago loom very large in investors’ minds today, influencing their decisionsmore...

Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

There is now only one "ultimate world reserve currency, and it's called gold.more...

Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

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Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

There is now only one "ultimate world reserve currency, and it's called gold.more...

Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

There is now only one "ultimate world reserve currency, and it's called gold.more...

Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

There is now only one "ultimate world reserve currency, and it's called gold.more...

Is it becoming evident that gold is the world's reserve currency?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 8, 2011

There is now only one "ultimate world reserve currency, and it's called goldmore...

Do Fed monetary policies and an erratic stock market suggest diversification?

Barron's, by Steven M. Sears, June 13, 2011

Only possible upshot worthy of high odds is that widely divergent interpretations of important macro-economic trends will roil markets; and investors will need a strategy . . .more...

Are the Greek and US debt problems reaching similar criticism and concern?

Barron's, by Randall W. Forsyth, May 16, 2011

Ongoing Greek debt tragedy, with budget deficit now projected at 9.5% of GDP; U.S. to reach its legal debt ceiling Monday, Fed's QE2 slated to wind down by the end of June . . .more...

Will a country having a spending and debt crisis still argue against fiscal austerity?

AP, by Derek Gatopoulos & Daniel Woolls, April 18, 2011

The renewed focus on Greece's debts has come after some suggestions that the country would be better off looking for a way to renegotiate its debts . . .more...

Is investor demand for hard assets and wealth protection growing?

Investor's Business Daily, January 3, 2011

Accelerating gains are notable for having broken a long-intact correlation with the dollar-- instead of falling as the dollar rebounded, commodities have scaled new highs . . .more...

Is gold a valid hedge against today's competitive currency devaluation?

Barron's, by Lawrence C. Strauss & Scott Minerd, Nov. 8, 2010

The Fed faces its ultimate crisis -- a change in the paradigm of money; it certainly makes the paper money that we are using today look like a fool's game in the end . . .more...

Would gold in the $2,000 price range slow its advances?

Barron's, by Gene Epstein, October 11, 2010

There no longer is a haven among the major currencies; a gold price of $2,000 an ounce or more, versus the current $1,345.90, looks quite plausible . . .more...

Have nations reached a 'Keynesian endpoint' with few options to bolster economic growth?

Bloomberg, by William Pesek, June 14, 2010

Many central banks are sitting on too many dollars for comfort and upping gold reserves may be the diversification move of choice; lost trust in the global financial system . . .more...

Why do governments hate gold . . . and why should wise investors own it?

Texas Straight Talk, by Congressman Ron Paul, June 7, 2010

Gold is not a typical investment -- it is a defense against the predictable behavior of governments to debase a fiat currency under its absolute control . . .more...

Are continuing euro-zone problems and geopolitical tensions strengthening the case for owning gold?

WSJ.com, by Allen Sykora, June 1, 2010

European situation has many investors wanting to hold tangible assets such as gold; further ''safety play'' support seen from North-South Korea and Israel political crises . . .more...

Are hard assets becoming recognized as a unique and important asset class?

Barron's, by Alan Abelson, May 17, 2010

Gold's status as a legitimate monetary asset is increasingly being accepted, as evidenced by the observation last week that global investors continued to flee risk assets . . .more...

How volatile can the markets get?

Barron's, by Alan Abelson, May 10, 2010

Thursday's stock market drop: It didn't take but five minutes -- literally -- for P&G's stock to shed 22 points to under 40 and help send the Dow screaming 998 points lower . . .more...

Are stocks and bonds overdone?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, April 26, 2010

The stock market is over-valued, over-loved and over-bought. I'm excited about the recent action of gold; the upside target is 1200 with the breakout target at 1226 . . .more...

When will Americans get on board having their own personal gold standard?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, April 5, 2010

The great bull market in gold is in its tenth year but ignored by the media and by the public; today, only a tiny fraction of Americans own so much as one single gold coin . . .more...

Does a large allocation of investment assets in bullion make sense?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, March 4, 2010

The big play that I see coming up is gold; to fully back our phony Federal Reserve notes with something tangible, the Treasury's gold would have to be priced at around $7000 . . .more...

Will worldwide monetary stimulus cause investors to shed currencies?

The Economist, January 7, 2010

Effect of free money: A year ago investors were panicking; today low interest rates have persuaded investors to take their money out of cash and to buy risky assets . . .more...

Will investors recognize that equity markets are inflated by central bank liquidity injections?

Financial Times, by Peter Garnham, December 14, 2009

The liquidity injection from central banks is unable -- and was never intended -- to solve the structural issues facing the global economy . . .more...

Are healthy banks at risk of being seized by regulators?

The Wall Street Journal, by Robin Side, November 3, 2009

FDIC's cross-guarantee authority prevents a bank-holding company from loading all the problem assets into one bank and letting that one go down at taxpayer expense . . .more...

Will bullion prices rise as investors diversify from the stock market?

Bloomberg, by Nicholas Larkin, September 4, 2009

Gold nears $1,000. There has been a flight out of risky assets like stocks into gold as a safe haven; concern is that a global recovery may be slower than expected . . .more...

Are many banks seeing their capital dissipate with alarming speed?

The Wall Street Journal, by Joe Bel Bruno, August 17, 2009

U.S. Banks that failed in the past two years were in far worse shape than those that collapsed during the industry's last crisis between 1989 and 1995 . . .more...

Is now a good time to diversify with gold?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, August 3, 2009

Nations are printing trillions in their own currencies to stimulate demand and keep their currencies "cheap" -- I think the future of fiat paper money is doomed . . .more...

Why are investment experts saying you need to own gold now?

Barron's, By Lauren R. Rublin and Fred Hickey, June 15, 2009

Ultimately, the dollar will collapse and we will be forced to defend it. Or, we will have horrific inflation. I'm twice as adamant now about the need to own gold . . .more...

Will the devaluation of currencies be erratic and inflation expectations climb?

Bloomberg, by Nicholas Larkin & Halia Pavliva, June 3, 2009

Longer-term, we still see the gold market as being supported by dollar weakness, with an advance above $1,000 an ounce possible over the next few weeks . . .more...

Will suffering commercial real estate investors want an alternative safe haven?

Barron's, by Andrew Bary, May 4, 2009

Not a pretty picture, and fraught with peril -- Since peaking in early 2007, the value of the nation's commercial property has fallen an estimated 30% to 40% . . .more...

Could the bond market be signaling it is backing off?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, April 13, 2009

As Fed Chief Bernanke goes wild in printing trillions, our creditors (like China and Germany) become increasingly worried about the dollar as a store of value . . .more...

Will fear of automaker bankruptcies cause a flight to safety?

Reuters, by Steven C. Johnson, March 30, 2009

Fears of bankruptcy for U.S. automakers prompted anxious investors to cut exposure to risk and seek safety in the U.S. and Japanese currencies . . .more...

Is the present rally in stocks a good opportunity to diversify into gold?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, March 24, 2009

Paying off as much debt as possible, while accumulating dollars and gold, has served us very well over the 18 months of this brutal bear market [in equities] . . .more...

Is the present rally in stocks a good opportunity to diversify into gold?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, March 24, 2009

Paying off as much debt as possible, while accumulating dollars and gold, has served us very well over the 18 months of this brutal bear market [in equities] . . .more...

Will Obama's agenda, with $3.2 Trillion national debt increase, cripple capitalism?

AP, by Andrew Taylor, March 20, 2009

The deficit, fueled by the Wall Street bailout, diving tax revenues and worsening recession, is four times the previous $459 billion record set just last year . . .more...

Will Obama's agenda, with $3.2 Trillion national debt increase, cripple capitalism?

AP, by Andrew Taylor, March 20, 2009

The deficit, fueled by the Wall Street bailout, diving tax revenues and worsening recession, is four times the previous $459 billion record set just last year . . .more...

Will wealth held in bonds seek gold as a safe haven to diversify?

Bloomberg, by Michael McDonald, February 20, 2009

The market’s meltdown, the result of the seizure in credit markets, initially left investors with bonds they couldn’t sell . . .more...

Will wealth held in bonds seek gold as a safe haven to diversify?

Bloomberg, by Michael McDonald, February 20, 2009

The market’s meltdown, the result of the seizure in credit markets, initially left investors with bonds they couldn’t sell . . .more...

Is there any chance the stimulus plan won't cause terrible inflation and great cost to taxpayers?

Reuters, by Kristina Cooke, February 18, 2009

Greenspan: Current global recession will "surely be the longest and deepest" since the 1930s and more rescue funds are needed to stabilize the U.S. financial system . . .more...

Why does the stock market's downside exposure make gold a safe haven?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, January 26, 2009

This current major bear market in stocks could last 6 to 8 years, or to 2013 to 2015; we can expect the Dow to decline to at least the low 5000s . . .more...

When will a gold position double in value?

Barron's, by Lauren R. Rublin & Felix Zulauf, January 19, 2009

Zulauf: My one recommendation for the longer term is physical gold, the only currency that won't get devalued; it will stay in a bull market, double in two or three years . . .more...

Are the world's leading banks at the brink of failure?

Financial Times, by Sundeep Tucker, January 16, 2009

Bank of America to receive additional $138bn bail-out and underscores the depth of the financial difficulties affecting the world’s leading banks . . .more...

Will 2009 present an opportune time to diversify from stocks to gold?

Barron's, by Lauren R. Rublin, January 10, 2009

Reality is going to set in that the economy is terrible; the dollar could get killed sometime this year, and the stock market will go down significantly . . .more...

Is the U.S. Dollar on the road to becoming worthless?

Barron's, by Thomas G. Donlan, December 22, 2008

The U.S. Treasury’s and Federal Reserve’s recent strategy of making our money worth less and less is a step on the road to making our money worthless . . .more...

Is a banking crisis at hand?

The Wall Street Journal, by David Enrich, November 24, 2008

After injecting nearly $300 billion into financial institutions, federal officials now appear willing to help shoulder bad assets from specific institutions . . .more...

Will stocks disfavor an all left-wing administration as it relates to gold diversification?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, November 4, 200

Today, one share of the Dow will buy only 12.8 ounces of gold. The ratio is saying, own gold, not the Dow. I expect in the future the ratio will again drop down to . . .more...

Why does gold offer an exceptional investment opportunity right now?

Barron's, by Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal, October 20, 2008

It is likely that the massive shakeout has set the stage for a dynamic advance; bulls think gold price could hit $7,000 an ounce eventually. How to play it . . .more...

Will $1.4 trillion Fed spending make the U.S. and the dollar look like a sinking ship?

Barron's, by Alan Abelson, September 22, 2008

Uncle Sam plans to spend like there's no tomorrow to cure what ails the markets. BABY, IT'S COLD OUT THERE. So let's toss another billion on the fire . . .more...

Should investors now consider a move to exchange their dollars for gold?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, September 19, 2008

Currently, dollars are flooding the world, and this suggests that there are just too many of these Federal Reserve Notes being produced . . .more...

Is investment diversification attractive because of widespread uncertainty?

Barron's, by Michael Santoli, September 1, 2008

It's important to remember that when economic and monetary trajectories are in doubt, almost every data input is a pretty big swing factor . . .more...

Does the current economic climate promote investment diversification?

Financial Times, by Anuj Gangahar, August 25, 2008

US stocks ended last week lower as investors continued to fret about the health of the financial sector, particularly mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac . . .more...

Who will ultimately pay the price for all the new government bailouts?

International Business Times, by David Morgan, July 18, 2008

Most people don’t have a clue that the full faith and credit of the United States means simply, the ability of the federal government to tax its citizens . . .more...

What could recent movement in the Dow/gold ratio suggest to investors?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, July 2, 2008

Since mid-July the ratio has been declining in favor of gold. In terms of gold, the Dow has lost almost three-quarters of its value over the last nine years . . .more...

Do rising commodities prices indicate a sea-change in investor sentiment and strategy?

Reuters, June 27, 2008

As traders abandon the stock market, there is a flood of cash from new investors buying up commodities to hedge against inflation and the weak U.S. dollar . . .more...

Will stocks fall as commodity prices rise?

The Wall Street Journal, by Peter A. McKay, June 16, 2008

New intraday oil price record and Saudi supply questions helped to keep fears of both inflation and weak consumer spending alive among stock investors . . .more...

Could other investment banks be on the brink of insolvency like Bear Stearns?

Barron's, by Steven M. Sears, June 3, 2008

The market is speaking loud and clear: The message from investors is that Lehman is in trouble. Again. New doubts about its operations and capital position . . .more...

Is diversification more important than ever as Dollar confidence vanishes?

Associated Press, May 21, 2008

There's a less certain outlook at the minute and ... enough reason to be buying commodities as a currency hedge again . . .more...

What would cause widespread asset inflation?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, April 7, 2008

The creation of new money is massive, with the Fed and world central banks running the printing presses overtime as they seek to ward off recession . . .more...

How did the Fed defend its empowerment to bail out Bear Sterns from collapse?

Financial Times, by Krishna Guha, April 3, 2008

Bernanke defended saving the investment bank saying damage caused by default could have been severe with fallout for the real economy as well as the financial system . . .more...

Will a stagflation epidemic push stocks into a bear market?

Barron's, by Kopin Tan, March 10, 2008

With economy in decline and lenders in recoil, stocks fell to their lowest level in more than 18 months and now stand on the brink of a bear market . . .more...

Why are market analysts in favor of gold and silver bullion?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, March 3, 2008

A distinct possibility is that we are now in the early phase of a full-blown secular bear market . . . moving into a condition which we call "stagflation" . . .more...

Are gold and silver appreciating in all currencies?

Financial Times, by Chris Flood, February 29, 2008

Commodity markets enjoyed an extra-ordinary week of price strength . . . commodity prices are going up in all currencies . . . record breaking gold eyes move to $1,000 . . .more...

What should investors own when the world wants a currency alternative?

Barron's, by Sandra Ward with Joseph McNay, February 4, 2008

Gold is probably the single most important investment that most of us can have . . .more...

Why should you not be surprised about a severe equities bear market?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, January 22, 2008

This bear market has wiped out five trillion dollars in world equity values . . .more...

Why should you have a big position in gold?

Barron's, by Lauren R. Rublin with Marc Faber and Fred Hickey, January 14, 2008

Measured in gold, markets have done horribly, economy in recession for a long time . . .more...

Is gold as diversification from stocks important facing a recession in 2008?

Financial Times, by Chris Bryant, January 4, 2008

Unemployment rose sharply, raising fears US economy is on the verge of . . .more...

How should investors hedge against today's falling currency values?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, December 28, 2007

Buy gold, load up on gold, ignore all the ignorant nonsense -- and hang on . . .more...

Are gold and silver up big for the year?

Bloomberg, by Pham-Duy Nguyen, December 21, 2007

Gold advanced 26 percent this year as the dollar fell 7.9 percent against the . . .more...

Is now a good time to diversify out of the stock market?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, November 21, 2007

Stock market and Dow Theory have spoken: Confirmed primary bear market . . .more...

Is now a good time to use gold to diversify a stock portfolio?

Dow Theory Letters, by Richard Russell, October 25, 2007

The stock market is poised at a critical juncture; can't predict which way . . .more...

Is the Fed rate cut indicating a crisis brewing?

Barron's, September 18, 2007

Bond prices slumped while gold continued to rally . . .more...

Is the credit crisis much more grave than what meets the eye?

JSMineSet, August 27, 2007

It is a more than $20 trillion mountain of unfunded, unregulated paper . . .more...

Will the subprime real estate crisis lead to uncertainty in other financial markets?

Reuters, August 3, 2007

U.S. subprime mortgage market is causing other markets to fray around the edges faster than . . .more...

Do current conditions suggest gold and silver as diversification for bond investments?

Reuters, June 7, 2007

U.S. government bond prices dived on Thursday as fears of tighter . . .more...

Considering currency volatility, what is cheap to invest in now?

Barron's, April 2, 2007

It is gold that is cheap, not stocks . . .more...

Will the collapse of the subprime lending market trigger an economic crisis?

Financial Times, March 13, 2007

Some economists also fear that the collapse in subprime loans could trigger wider . . .more...

Why should I use gold to diversify from "good" stocks?

Dow Theory Letters, January 30, 2007

Good stocks can go down along with the bad . . .more...

Why do growing Asian foreign reserves present a crisis for the Dollar?

Financial Times, November 16, 2006

Analysts say the issue has even surpassed worries over the US current account deficit as the . . .more...

Why should investors seek to diversify from stocks and bonds?

Bloomberg, October 31, 2006

A weak U.S. dollar might boost the appeal of gold as an alternative investment . . .more...

How explosive is the Trade Gap crisis?

AP, October 12, 2006

The trade deficit is on track to set a record for a fifth consecutive year . . .more...

How should silver appreciate as gold advances?

Financial Times, September 9, 2006

While silver has greater potential, it is more volatile than gold . . .more...

What explains the present hard asset investment boom?

Financial Times, September 4, 2006

What they have been telling the so-far uninterested public is that the Federal Reserve has been . .more...

Will more investors be inclined to consider alternative investments this year?

Bloomberg, August 28, 2006

Investor optimism about the outlook for the U.S. financial markets fell in August to the lowest . .more...

What should investors do as central banks reduce dollar reserves?

Dow Theory Letters, August 18, 2006

The trick is to diversify, and increasingly, that's what they're doing . . .more...

Why does the debt crisis mean more inflation, and why hold gold and silver now?

Dow Theory Letters, August 2, 2006

Russell advice -- Hold on to your gold and silver . . .more...

Will equities be stable as economic health and the US Dollar drift downwards?

The Economist, May 17, 2006

On Wednesday, after new data on consumer and producer-price inflation came in higher than . . .more...

Is it still a good time to diversify out of stocks into bullion?

Dow Theory Letters, May 12, 2006

Gold is now in one of the most powerful bull markets that I've ever seen . . .more...

Does Bolivia's nationalization of raw materials suggest a more aggressive stance in bullion?

Dow Theory Letters, May 2, 2006

My advice now is to put new money into the actual metals . . .more...

Why shift more wealth out of equities and into gold?

Dow Theory Letters, January 23, 2006

The investment world is having increasing doubts about the value and sustainability of all . . .more...

Why do the current geopolitical conditions present potentially explosive gold prices?

Jim Sinclair's MineSet, January 23, 2006

It should be kept firmly in mind that the gold-starved Muslin central banks are devoid of the . . .more...

Will the Iran nuclear crisis inflate oil prices and prove negative for equities?

Financial Times, January 17, 2006

Iran has made threats to withhold supplies from the world market if there was international . . .more...

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