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February Record Sales of Gold from Funds

The Exchange Traded Funds were dumping gold significantly with the largest outflow to date. This is good for reducing the long-positions opens the door to future [...]

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The Human Cost of Fiscal Mismanagement of Government

During the Great Depression, there were countless suicides. People jumping out of buildings because they lost everything and could not face a future that was [...]

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Gold Backwardation – The Real Story

The Gold backwardation has been distorted as all sorts of reasons for everything. Normally, this is the market condition wherein the price of a forward or futures [...]

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Indirect v Direct Taxation – a Lesson From China

The SHANGHAI Daily has reported one of the greatest problems with taxation. China has been trying to curb real estate speculation. In Singapore, the passed [...]

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The Dow High Nobody Believes

The Dow Jones Industrials has rallied in the face of incredible skepticism with a litany of reasons why it shouldn’t be happening, that are of course all [...]

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Understanding Correlations

Understanding correlations is important. EVERYTHING fluctuates! There is absolutely nothing that remains constant. You MUST understand that correlations are NOT one [...]

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Dow Makes New Highs?

The Dow makes new highs. Sorry: This is an international market NOT simply domestic. The key to REAL forecasting is global NEVER in isolation. You simply cannot [...]

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Portugal Civil Unrest

Civil Unrest in Portugal continuing to rise. The big rally to get rid of the government on March 2nd appears to be just the beginning. “Grandola”, the [...]

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Beware the Dollar Rally

The entire world is falling apart. Europe is held together with string and bubble gum. Southern Europe will crack. There is no doubt about that and with austerity [...]

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The French Have a Long History of Seizing Assets

French Assignats were paper money issued by the National Assembly in France from 1789 to 1796, during the French Revolution. Like Germany during the 1920s, this was [...]

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