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The Gold Bull Market Story In 10 Charts / by Nick Laird / January 16, 2014 This is a guest post by Nick Laird, who is the founder of, the largest source of precious metals related data on the world. Sharelynx is recommended for both the professional investor but also the precious metals enthusiast.  In this article, Nick Laird shows the gold market as it is […]

Guest Post: Stealth Precious Metal Base Building / July 26, 2013 (by DenaliGuide): This is a time where your senses tell you to sit up and pay attention.  Bulls burned on the last 2 year down from 2011 are generally unlikely to jump in both feet at a rally.  However if we look at  the Summer rally that starts every year about […]

The Gold Bull is Dead. Long Live the Gold Bull! / By Greg Canavan / June 21, 2013 Sheesh. What was that? Markets are cracking all over the place. Confidence in the Federal Reserve to make it all better is evaporating faster than a proverbial snowflake in summer. Confidence in the Bank of Japan to make it much worse is growing by the day. And confidence […]

THE WESTERN GOLD BULL MARKET IS DEAD. LONG LIVE THE ASIAN GOLD BULL ERA! / By The Doc / June 19, 2013 April 12, 2013 was the beginning of a two day “super-crash” in the gold market. In my professional opinion, the gold bull market ended on that day. The world changed on April 12, 2013, because the Western gold bull market ended, and the Asian gold bull era […]

General Public now Net Short in Gold / By Dan Norcini / Friday, May 3, 2013 For the first time since the gold bull market began back in 2001, the general public, the small specs, are now NET SHORT in the gold futures market. It would seem as if they are now intent on chasing equities higher expecting to get better returns on […]

Long-term Trading Cycles in the Gold Market and Their Implications for Future Price Moves / By Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA / February 15, 2013 This week price moves in the gold market could certainly give investors the creeps. The yellow metal opened at around $1,668 on Monday, closed $1,634 on Thursday and is currently (at the moment of writing these words) at $1,606. We have stressed it many times […]

When The Gold Bull Becomes Frustrating And You’re Ready To Give Up—Review This Important 1990 Bottom / By Tekoa Da Silva / February 11, 2013 The following in an excerpt from gold trader Gary Savage’s,“SmartMoneyTracker“ daily market commentary: “It’s easy in hindsight to rationalize the correct trade…[but] tough to do in real time. …I’m going to show you a market progression. Imagine you are experiencing this in real time. In August of 1990 the […]

Truth Seeking: Is The Gold Bull Market Ending? / By Taki Tsaklanos / February 5, 2013 A couple of days ago, Credit Suisse published their latest gold market analysis. The report “Gold: The Beginning Of The End Of An Era” called the end of the 12 year bull run. Bloomberg wrote: ”Bullion will average $1,740 an ounce this year and $1,720 in 2014, before dropping to […]

Don Coxe – A Gold Bull, Bond Bear & Commodity Supercycle / November 1, 2012 Today 40-year veteran Don Coxe told King World News, “… when that bond bear market comes under way, it will be the next phase of the commodity supercycle.”  Coxe, who is Global Strategy Advisor to BMO ($538 billion in assets), also added, “What’s fascinating to me is we’ve had this […]

Gold Bulls React to FOMC Statement after Overnight Reflections / by Dan Norcini / June 21, 2012 What a difference one day can apparently make in the minds of traders! Yesterday, following an initial sharp downside knee jerk reaction to the lack of an imminent QE3, Gold (and Silver) both rebounded well off their lows as traders became convinced that the Fed had […]