Friday , 21 January 2022

Investing

Gold & Silver Volatility & Diversification Myths Debunked

The commercial investment industry [- from Wall Street to your personal financial advisor/planner -] is more interested in milking its clients for fees and spreading lies, deception and propaganda than in actually acting to preserve and build their clients’ wealth. In my opinion, “safe diversification” and “less volatile” strategies are nothing but pure absolute rubbish invented by and regurgitated from the mouths of such consultants. [Let me explain and show you some graphs to make my case.] Words: 1680

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The CPI, TIPS and Protecting Yourself From Inflation: What You Need to Know

Many investors are worried about inflation and, as a result, are considering buying inflation indexed bonds and other inflation protected investment vehicles. They may be setting themselves up for significant losses, however, because of the way the government is now calculating the CPI, and the further changes being proposed. In the opinion of this writer, the CPI calculation appears to be inaccurate and, as a result, such investments may not be appropriate inflation hedges. [Let me explain.] Words: 1533

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Sprott: Shocking Shenanigans in Paper vs. Physical Silver Market (+2K Views)

The recent bear raid on silver - a 30% drop over only four days - has left many concerned about the sustainability of its historic run...with [many] commentators... making the bubble call. Silver bubble 2.0? Hardly. Anyone who has been fortunate to have been invested in silver over the past few years would unfortunately be used to such blatant takedowns. The Chinese don’t call it the "Devil’s Metal" for no good reason. With so much talk these days about the risks of investing in silver, we think that perhaps it may be timely for us to weigh in on the matter. The silver market is riskier than ever - but for reasons the vast majority of pedestrian commentators have failed to grasp. [Let us explain.] Words: 1517

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Gold to Repeat? (+2K Views)

I believe that sooner or later Dr. Bernanke and the Feds will have to resort to another round of quantitative easing which will cause investors to run back to the safe haven of precious metals but, until that happens, I conclude that gold will continue to weaken... [Here's why.] Words: 461

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Gold’s Recent Price Action Suggests Ultimate Top of $5,000/ozt.

The correlation between the gold price from 1968 until 1979 and from early 2000 until today is an amazing 89.65%! More specifically, the correlation from 1975 until April 1979 and from January 2008 until today is an astonishing 97.83% suggesting that gold will reach an ultimate top of $5,000 per troy ounce before the bubble bursts. Words: 330

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Think You Know All About Silver? Take This Quiz and Find Out (+2K Views)

CPM Group's recently released its 2011 Silver Yearbook...[which] presents some interesting facts that paint a decidedly bullish picture for the metal going forward. If you’re a silver investor, and/or are concerned about the recent selloff, you may find the following data very compelling. It provides an inside track on the market and will certainly make you a more knowledgeable investors.[Read on!] Words: 1280

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It's Not Time to Buy the Gold Miners – Yet

The GDX has declined over 10% on a closing basis [since the end of May and] late last week broke the major support zone when it closed below 52.50. That is not good news for the gold mining bulls, but given the current dynamics of price and volume action in GDX, a bounce is due. [Let me show you why.] Words: 850

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Gold Mining Stocks Are CHEAP Compared to Price of Gold

So far in 2011 gold prices have increased [approx. 8] percent.. while the stocks of gold [mining] companies in the HUI have... declined 13%...[As such,] this year’s carnage has created a substantial opportunity to buy healthy gold mining companies at their second-cheapest level in nearly 30 years compared to gold bullion. [Let me explain.] Words: 1265

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