Category Archives: Economics

315 Day Gold Cycle

315 days (45 weeks) is a dominant frequency in a number of other markets, namely the S&P500, so it was natural to assume gold traded in relative lockstep: both markets being heavily influenced by dollar flows. The origin of the … Continue reading

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Silver Overnight – February 22, 2011

Silver saw a modest overnight correction, given up slightly more than $1.10 as of 5:40am Eastern Time. I have received a number of emails from those concerned this may be foreboding of a substantial correction. On the contrary, I believe this … Continue reading

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The Outlook for Gold

  Gold? Yellow, glittering, precious gold? This yellow slave Will knit and break religions, bless th’ accursed, Make the hoar leprosy adored, place thieves, And give them title, knee and approbation With senators on the bench. — William Shakespeare, Timon … Continue reading

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Backwardation and its Implications

More on this soon.

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The Analls of Time

The analls of time provide an individual with the only true insurance against insurrection. Neither political stability nor wealth, though they both may be contemporaneously present, provides the other a guarantee of preservation. Wisdom, whose upkeep is free, works to preserve both. “Commerce … Continue reading

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