Tag: gold

Something Bullish Developing in Gold

Today’s article comes to you from Brad McFadden, the head trader at Capitalist Exploits Insider and the co-founder of Glenorchy Capital. Something bullish appears to be developing in gold, and we believe that it is indicative of the beginning of a breakdown in the confidence of government bond markets. Given

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Global Trends
Chris MacIntosh

Let’s Play Make-Believe

Today’s article comes from our head trader, Brad. If you missed his last article on South Africa go check it out here. Actually, on that note, Brad and I have something special to share with subscribers in the next few days. To learn more, put down your beer and sign up

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The Next Big Score…?

To want to own gold can be a strange and terrible affliction. What incites such an urge in the otherwise sensible and rational investor? Why do we listen as the would be “gold guru” in his poorly fitting suit, hair slicked back in a twirl of pomade, climbs to the

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Financial Markets
Chris MacIntosh

Where To For Gold?

Regular readers know I’m a big fan of discrimination. As such, I choose my friends wisely. I chat regularly with a select group of friends and colleagues whose particular areas of expertise and intellect I value deeply. Sometimes we agree… and sometimes we don’t but always the thought process is extremely

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Bonds and Gold
World Out Of Whack
Chris MacIntosh

World Out Of Whack: When Bonds Trade Like THIS Asset?

Market dislocations occur when financial markets, operating under stressful conditions, experience large widespread asset mispricing. Welcome to this week’s edition of “World Out Of Whack” where every Wednesday we take time out of our day to laugh, poke fun at and present to you absurdity in global financial markets in all it’s glorious insanity.

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Gold Bars
Financial Markets
Chris MacIntosh

Gold, Terrorists, And Investing Legends

I apologise in advance today. I don’t have any humour in me, or anything much positive to say – mostly just sadness and a reflection on much of what we’ve been discussing on this blog. Raoul Pal quite correctly mentions that in recessions bad things happen. I don’t think he meant

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