Saturday, March 1, 2014


saudi gold / Jim / FEBRUARY 28, 2014
Betrayals occur in high places, even the highest offices of the land. Furthermore, betrayals occur with some of the most important allies for the nation. See the official German gold account thefts, called euphemistically the repatriation demand. See the shredding of the Constitution, by virtue of the Patriot Act which could easily pass for a comprehensive Fascist Manifesto. See the renege on the Chinese gold lease, on the back end of the Most Favored Nation status granted in 1999. See the permitted security agency narcotics centered in Afghanistan, with its vertically integrated business operation, the clearing house function in Iraq, and money laundering among New York banks, whose product fills American streets. See the numerous deals for stolen Defense weapons, in particular those conducted by the favored US ally, accounted for by means of scrap metal costs associated with entire systems, the details promised the day before 911 but never to have arrived.
Please share this article

Don Coxe: The End of Financial Heroin

Why the “barbarous relic” will soon have its day in the sun again
by Dan Steinhart, Managing Editor, The Casey Report
Casey Research

Today’s missive is by one of our favorite thinkers, prolific investment strategist Don Coxe.
As an advisor to several publicly traded funds, part of Don’s job is to identify sectors that will make money for his clients. So it’s telling that he’s recently turned his attention to probably the most hated investment of the last two years: gold and gold stocks. (If you need a good reason why you should invest in them now, watch our recent all-star video event Upturn Millionaires with eight top resource and investment experts, including Doug Casey, Frank Giustra, and Ross Beaty.)
Regular readers of this column will recognize Don for both his unmatched historical knowledge of the investment markets and for his knack for explaining difficult concepts with fun analogies.
Continue Reading at…
Please share this article

An Historical Look at Some Precious Metals Stocks

In this Weekend Report would like to show you some very long term charts for some of the precious metals stocks that shows us where we’re at in the big picture. For me it’s important to know where a stock has been so I can have and idea if it’s close to a previous low or high or is it just trading in the middle of no mans land. It just provides perspective that one can use as they can then start to reduce the time lines down to the daily and even hourly charts to help make a decision on where to buy or sell a stock.
When you view these precious metals stocks you will see a lot of potential looking double bottoms that have formed from the June and December lows of last year. Keep in mind in order for these possible double bottoms to complete the price action has to trade above their double bottom humps to complete their bottom reversal patterns. Also look at the RSI at the top of the charts for a positive divergence in many cases. At the bottom of the charts you will see the MACD and the Histogram along with the slow stochastic. Again, on many of the precious metals stocks you will see the MACD getting ready to crossover which will give a buy signal with the blue Histogram, which is approaching the zero line, also helping confirm the buy signal.  (more)

Please share this article

Which Stocks Will Make A Fortune For Investors This Year?

from King World News
Today a man who has lived in 18 countries around the world spoke with KWN about an unloved sector of stocks that will make a fortune for investors this year. The sector he talks about will surprise KWN readers. Keith Barron, who consults with major companies around the world and is responsible for one of the largest gold discoveries in the last quarter century, also gave out the names of three of these stocks.
Barron: “A lot of people are focused on what’s going on in Ukraine right now. Things seem to be changing from hour to hour in the Ukraine. The parliament in the Crimea has been occupied by rebel forces. The country is split in two, with one wanting to join Russia, and the other wanting to join the EU….
Continue Reading at…
Please share this article

Is Now The Time To Go Long Sugar?

Sticking with our commodities theme for 2014, I think Sugar is setting up in a really interesting way. Over the past few months I’ve been focused on the price action in Coffee, Corn, Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Precious Metals and the overall equal-weight commodities index (feel free to click on those links to see what I was thinking at the time). But today I want to focus our attention on the price of Sugar, because the setup is right up my alley. Let me tell you why….
Here is a weekly chart of Sugar futures going back to the 2010 rally. We can see a nice falling wedge well-defined by these two converging downtrend lines:
2-25-14 sb
The next chart shows weekly bars briefly breaking down below the July lows followed by a quick reversal to the upside. Also notice prices breaking out above the 40-week moving average this week:  (more)
Please share this article

Is This Time Bomb Going To Implode The Economy? / February 28, 2014
Today KWN is pleased to share an important piece from 50-year veteran Art Cashin, who is Director of Floor Operations at UBS ($650 billion under management).  Cashin covers market action and discusses the ticking time bomb that threatens the economy.  His piece includes an outstanding commentary from Richard Yamarone.
By Art Cashin Director of Floor Operations at UBS 
February 28 (King World News) – “On this day in (+1) 1944, in the pre-dawn chill, a freight train pulled out of Balvano, Italy.  Now this was not a particularly good year if you lived in Balvano…or anywhere in Italy.  As you history majors will recall, 1944 was a very active year in something called World War II.  The Allies had landed in Anzio and were busy killing Italians to get them to surrender.  Meanwhile, the Nazis were busy killing Italians to prevent them from surrendering.  Thus the over/under on being a current Italian citizen was not quite a chalk bet.
That brings us back to Balvano and this day.  As that freight train pulled out, several hundred of the local folks, hoping to find a place better or safer, scrambled aboard the freight as it slowed on its first upgrade.
Please share this article

Gerald Celente On Strategies For Protecting Your Wealth In 2014 And Beyond Webinar With GoldCore 201

Please share this article