Saturday , 15 June 2024's Most Read Articles Week-ending November 26th, 2011


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Gold and Silver

1. Update of Alf Field’s Elliott Wave Theory Based Analysis of the Future Price of Gold

gold bars and coins
The Elliott Wave Theory (EW) gives superb results in predicting the gold price. [While] it is a complicated system with many difficult rules [which] I explain in simple terms in this article, [I have determined that] once this present correction in gold has been completed it should [undergo] the largest and strongest wave in the entire gold bull market. The target for this wave should be around $4,500 with only two 13% corrections on the way. [Let me explain how I came to that conclusion.] Words: 1924


I have come out of retirement for this one off, once only, speech to warn that the good ship “Life As We Know It” is sinking. You have the choice of getting into a life boat now or going down with the ship. The life boats consist of precious metals and other assets that will survive the coming currency destruction. [Let me explain.] Words: 1400

3. The Case for $1,390 Gold Soon – and $1,000 Gold Later


The chief economist at HSBC Bank, Robin Bew, suggests that the price of gold will correct down to $1,390/ozt by the end of 2012 and to $1,000 per troy ounce by 2013. [Let’s examine Bew’s views more closely.] Words: 731

4. Back Up the Truck: It’s Time to Buy Gold With Both Hands! Here’s Why


Since the fundamentals still point to gold’s long-term viability… why [are] investors responding by selling gold…? I was always told not to look a gift horse in the mouth… [so] take advantage of the dip. Words: 880

5. Gold Going to $1,300? “Three-Peaks and a Domed House” Pattern Suggests That’s Possible


The price of gold is still in the “Plunge” phase of the “Three-Peaks and a Domed House” pattern [and is projected to drop to the lowest price of the enitire pattern which is $1,300 per troy ounce. Yes, $1,300! Words: 868

6. Will Silver “Bump-and-Run” Down to $22/ozt? Time Will Tell But it Doesn’t Look Good

10 Ounce Silver Bullion Bars

The silver index is still in the “Run” phase of the “Bump-and-Run Reversal Top” pattern which will drive prices gradually lower. [How much lower? Read on!] Words: 990

7. Relax! Gold, Silver and HUI Index to Bounce Back to Major Highs in Early 2012


With the present major correction in gold, silver and the mining sector it is important to look at the big picture and see what the charts are saying from a technical fractal relationship with what happened back in 1979 when the last truely major bull run occurred. To date the situation is, frankly, no different than it was back then unfolding just as it should. As a result we can expect MAJOR upward price action in physical gold and silver and in their mining (producers, developers, explorers and royalty streamers alike) in the next few months on their way to their respective parabolic peaks in the years ahead. Read on. Words: 1265


Economic Overview

1. Where Is This Unprecedented Global Financial Crisis Headed? A Retrospective from Alf Field


Everyone must be wondering where this “unprecedented global financial crisis”, (the World Bank’s words), is heading. What follows, for what they are worth, are my cogitations on this crisis. Words: 1641


Debts and Deficits

1. Alf Field’s 7 “D’s” of the Developing Disaster Revisited


When the supply of something is increased sharply relative to demand, the value of that commodity will decline. If the supply continues to increase rapidly and indefinitely, then that item will become worth less and less, with the potential to finally become nearly worthless. This is the Developing Disaster facing the US Dollar and the world. This is the factor that could become the single most important criterion in investment allocation decisions and possibly even for individual financial survival…[Let me explain this further by reviewing the 7 major problems facing the U.S. (and thus the world) and how they all will lead to problem #7 – devolution.] Words: 1520

2. Alf Field: America’s Current Account Deficit Causing World’s Financial Crisis! Here’s Why


The onset of the world’s worst financial crisis in many decades is one of the most important factors (if not the most important factor) currently influencing investment decisions. The crisis has created chaos and confusion. Not many people understand how the world has arrived at this unfortunate situation. This report endeavours to identify the underlying causes of the crisis and explains why the USA current account deficit has been the main destabilising force in world finance. Words: 3806

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