Yield View on Track; Uncle Buck to Follow?

Two ongoing themes in NFTRH of late have been for a rise in interest rates  and a significant bounce in USD (thus far). While I have had my challenges with this policy-stoked market just like anyone else, the Treasury bond market has been like child’s play for the last year. That is because bonds have reliably done what contrarian analysis said they should do. Herd … Continue reading Yield View on Track; Uncle Buck to Follow?

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Guest: Gold and Confidence by Steve Saville

Gold and Confidence By Steve Saville A point I’ve made many times in TSI commentaries over the years is that the major trends in gold’s relative value have nothing to do with what most people think of as “inflation” (a rising CPI). They are, instead, driven by shifts in how the financial establishment (the central bank plus the commercial banks) is perceived and by shifts … Continue reading Guest: Gold and Confidence by Steve Saville

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Guest: Gold-Silver Ratio by Monetary Metals

By Monetary Metals Gold-Silver Ratio Breakout The gold to silver ratio moved up very sharply this week, +4.2%. How did this happen? It was not because of a move in the price of gold, which barely budged this week. It was due entirely to silver being repriced 66 cents lower. This ratio is now 83.2. It takes 83.2 ounces of silver to buy an ounce … Continue reading Guest: Gold-Silver Ratio by Monetary Metals