Thursday, June 11, 2009

Gerald Celente on Coasttocoastam

Long Term Trend of CRB Index

Trading Silver With Fibonacci

It´s time again to update my technical perspective on silver.

Last week the strong rally in Silver ended exactly at the 61.8% retracement from the bear market since the summer 2008 from the $21.44 low to the november low $8.40. I still find id amazing how precise markets can be at times. (more)

The Mystery behind the Parabolic Yield Curve

Everything depends upon proper judgment. Of ten people who examine the same chart, or listen to the same speech, each person may well understand it differently - perhaps only one of them will understand it correctly. How then should traders interpret the shape of the US Treasury yield curve, which has gone parabolic in recent weeks, steepening to its highest level since 2004? Similarly, in Australia, the Treasury yield curve is at its steepest in history. (more)

Obama Tells American Businesses to Drop Dead

June 8 (Bloomberg) -- I’ve finally figured out the Obama economic strategy. President Barack Obama and his team have been having so much fun wielding dictatorial power while rescuing “failed” firms, that they have developed a scheme to gain the same power over every business. The plan is to enact policies that are so anticompetitive that every firm needs a bailout.

Once that happens, their new pay czar Kenneth Feinberg can set the wage for everybody and Rahm Emanuel can stack the boards of all of our companies with his political cronies. (more)

Oil Going To $250?

The price of oil burst through the $71 a barrel mark today amid revelations that proven reserves had fallen for the first time in 10 years and predictions that the price could eventually hit $250.

The latest high – from lows of $30 only four months ago – came on the New York Mercantile Exchange, where the cost of July deliveries rose by $1.35 to $71.36.

This comes on top of a $2 rise the day before as investors rushed into the market on the back of lower stockpile figures, higher demand estimates and speculation against further falls in the dollar. (more)