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Sorry – No Conflict of Interest

The people preaching the nonsense about gold far too often have a self-interest. That is no different than expecting trading with a New York Bank that they have [...]

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Gold & Timing

Bull markets I have stated many times are 7, 11, 13 or 21. Gold has three very interesting bottoms. The 1999 is the intraday low. 2000 is the lowest yearly closing. [...]

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China Bubble or Breakout?

QUESTION:    I’m a reader from China and one of the big fans of you in our country. I want to ask you a question and would be very happy to get your reply. [...]

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British Pound & Reversals

QUESTION: I watched the Yearly Bullish Reversal in the pound for years at 201.00 you gave back in 1985. It reached that level in 2007 but never closed above it. [...]

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British Questions

  Bank of England QUESTIONS: What is behind the forecast concerning the pound? ANSWER: We are still investigating. Much is not public information. Internal [...]

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The British Pound

QUESTION: I remember your forecast that the pound would fall to par back in 1983. I thought you were mad, whilst something inside me captured my attention. When our [...]

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The Dow & Week of 05/20

The Dow this week reached 15408.00 with our projected technical resistance standing at 15438.92 followed by 15693.27. Next wee we see 15477.63 and 15731.98 as [...]

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Global Market Watch

This is just about ready. We are setting up the delivery service this summer in Switzerland. This should be ready shortly. We are also finishing the reports [...]

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Metals Report

Part I has been Revised with the Spot numbers. That will go out Monday. Part III with Platinum, Palladium & Copper will be out by Wed. next week [...]

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Why Markets Decline

Well that post has brought tons of emails from those in the engineering world. Glad the light has gone off. We need to turn it on in government. One comment wrote: [...]

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