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In a blog post a week ago I discussed why silver’s Commitments of Traders (COT) situation was nowhere near as bullish as it had been portrayed in numerous articles over the preceding two months....
During March and April a number of articles appeared at precious-metals-focused web sites describing the silver market’s Commitments of Traders (COT) situation as extremely bullish. However,...
The US economic expansion that began in mid-2009 has been much weaker than average, but, as indicated by the chart displayed below, it is also much longer than average. In fact, it is simultaneously...
I update gold’s true fundamentals* every week in commentaries and charts at the TSI web site, but my most recent post on the topic was on 20th March. At that time the fundamental backdrop was...
[Here is an excerpt from a commentary posted at TSI about a week ago] In February of this year, the year-over-year rate of growth in the US True Money Supply, a.k.a. the US monetary inflation rate,...
In previous blog posts I explained the limitations of sentiment as a market timing tool. Since the public is invariably wrong at price extremes, it certainly can be helpful to track the public’s...
Among the list of stock selection and trading ideas maintained at the TSI web site there was, until the week before last, a Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) put option position. The position was exited — and...
The year-over-year rate of growth in the US True Money Supply (TMS) was around 11.5% in October of 2016 (the month before the US Presidential election) and is now only 2.4%, which is near a 20-year...
The major long-term driver of the gold price is confidence in the official money and in the institutions (governments, central banks and private banks) that create/promote/sponsor the official money....
The rising interest rate trend in the US isn’t new and isn’t related to the Fed’s so-called “policy normalisation” program. However, it has only just started to...