Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Martin Armstrong – Sovereign Debt Collapse Coming Later In 2015

from Financial Survival Network
We connected with Martin Armstrong today. The movie made about him, The Forecaster, is quickly becoming a European blockbuster. He’s hoping that it will become available in the States before too long. With the Swiss ending the Franc-Euro peg and the coming sovereign debt collapse, it’s all starting to move very quickly. The potential for the world to become a very unpleasant place is increasing by the day. The politicians seem to be more concerned about the next election than the long term well-being of the country. Start planning your defensive strategy now. Forget that pension you were promised, it’s probably not going to happen. There’s lots more in this timely interview.
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Babcock & Wilcox Co (NYSE: BWC)

The Babcock & Wilcox Company operates as a specialty constructor of nuclear components for customers in the power and other steam-using industries. The company’s Power Generation segment designs, engineers, manufactures, supplies, constructs, and services utility and industrial power generation systems, including boilers used to generate steam in electric power plants, pulp and paper making, chemical and process applications, and other industrial uses. Its Nuclear Operations segment manufactures naval nuclear reactors for the U.S. Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration’s Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, which in turn supplies them to the U.S. Navy for use in submarines and aircraft carriers. The company’s Technical Services segment provides services to the U.S. Government comprising uranium processing, environmental site restoration services, and management and operating services for various U.S. Government-owned facilities. Its Nuclear Energy segment fabricates pressure vessels, reactors, steam generators, heat exchangers, and other auxiliary equipment.
Take a look at the 1-year chart of Babcock (NYSE: BWC) with the added notations:
1-year chart of Babcock (NYSE: BWC)
BWC has been trading mostly sideways since August of last year. In addition, the stock has found support at $27.50 (red) whenever that level has been approached. Now that the stock appears to be have broken that support, lower prices should follow.

The Tale of the Tape: BWC broke a key level of support at $27.50. A trader could enter a short position on any rallies up to or near $27.50 with a stop placed above the level. If the stock were to break back above the $27.50 level, a long position could be entered instead.
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Franco-Nevada (NYSE: FNV), Still My No. 1 Gold Play

With the majority of the commodity markets suffering from a metaphorical case of seasonal depression, it’s important to look for the bright spots.
Surprisingly, gold is gaining momentum in the face of a stronger dollar and the threat of higher interest rates in the United States.
In fact, gold is one of the best-performing asset classes so far in 2015. It’s outperformed every major stock index and most international indexes! (more)

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Eric Coffin: Is Market Sentiment Shifting to Gold?

by Kevin Michael Grace
The Gold Report

Equities past their peak? Bond market dead? So where do investors go looking for returns? Eric Coffin suggests gold, both bullion and stocks. In this interview with The Gold Report, the publisher of Hard Rock Analyst explains how changes in the currency and energy markets have reignited interest in the sector, and suggests five gold explorers, plus one each in copper and uranium, poised to profit from the new economic realities.
The Gold Report: Quite a few analysts believe 2015 will be a year of great economic volatility, as foreshadowed by what happened with oil in 2014. Do you agree?
Eric Coffin: I do think 2015 will be pretty volatile, with the potential for nasty financial surprises. We’ve already seen bond yields go negative in Germany, France and elsewhere, and we could see big moves in and out of different asset classes.
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David Smith – Avoiding Precious Metal Hype

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