There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
 See also Among the Crickets, Gold Bears Roam a Barren Landscape, posted on 11.23.18. All through the bear market hopeful rationalizations were served up
We have not strolled down big picture lane for a while and some of what I see is pretty interesting. Some of it makes sense,
 Also see this post on inflation/deflation excerpted from NFTRH 525, hot off the presses. Crude Oil and Industrial Metals continue downward. This is significant
The Fed did nothing that was not expected, yet the US dollar regained its vigor as if market players actually had doubts about whether or
It’s an over obsessed upon commodity, previously hyped for its (Hubbert’s) “peak” status by “experts” like T Boone Pickens and a whole clown show of
In this post Steve Saville shows the long-term correlation between the 30yr bond and the Gold/Commodities ratio. Revisiting the Age-Old Relationship Between Interest Rates and Prices
With a full slate of broad market ‘internals’ indicators and gold stock charting in NFTRH 519, there was no time left for a gold sector
It’s not so much an overbought chart (it can certainly move higher, mind you). It’s that I am not an inflation bull; not yet and
To celebrate NFTRH’s 10 year anniversary (Friday, Sept. 28) I’d like to present one segment from this week’s report, NFTRH 518 each day until Friday.
A rising Silver/Gold ratio (SGR) would be positive for the global equity ‘anti-USD’/inflation trades, including several US sectors, commodities and the precious metals. For the
 With the intensity of this week’s move I’ve already taken a couple quick profits in items that could be considered part of the ‘anti-USD’
In NFTRH 516 we talked about yields, the yield curve, silver, silver vs. gold and the possibility of an inflationary situation cropping up. Please review