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We have crossed the Rubicon

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On June 16, 2016
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Today’s breakout above 1307 signals that gold has further to go. Even printing unlimited amounts of money isn’t helping. This implies instability ahead. Watch for the real breakout in silver. PGM’s will probably remained subdued unless events spiral out of control in SA
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Marking time for the next leg up

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On June 6, 2016
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Friday’s shocking NFP report has highlighted the Fed’s predicament & lack of options. The debt bomb keeps ticking and the only way to defuse it will be devaluation of some kind, either outright dollar devaluation a sharp rise in interest rates that will cripple the world economy. Gold and silver will be safe havens. The […]
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Crunch time: Can the metals advance from here?

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On May 3, 2016
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So far all systems are go for the great rally of 2016. Silver outperforming gold, dollar weakness and mean regression. The rally is sustainable on dollar weakness, however the weak link is tepid industrial demand. Even with healthy auto sales platinum, palladium and rhodium are far from robust. On the other hand, the producers somehow manage […]
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SILVER: DEVIL’S METAL OR THE KEY TO THE COMPLEX

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On April 11, 2016
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Silver, sometimes known as the devil’s metal now probably holds the key to the new potential emerging bull market in precious metals. As gold becomes pricey investors will turn to silver because of the leverage its relatively low nominal price affords. Look for the following: Narrowing of the gold/silver ratio Narrowing of the gold/pt spread […]
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Make or break time for gold

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On March 17, 2016
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Clive Maund a prognosticator of dubious accuracy, recently penned an article “get 30,000 coffins ready” for the dead bodies about to litter the field of the gold market. He based his assessment on the COT levels which were indeed heavily short by the  Commercial traders, usually in the right. Indeed, the market looked as if […]
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The fix is in: Gold no upper limit

  • Posted by Allan Lederman
  • On March 10, 2016
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The market action after the ECB rate decision reinforces the trend of gold rising in the wake of negative real interest rates. The central bankers are in a box, helpless in the face of weak demand. They are in an all out currency war, complete with unlimited printing and stealing demand from countries with stronger […]
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