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How far down the rabbit hole will the world go? It seems that just like in Alice in Wonderland, things are getting more strange by the day. If it continues at this speed, the rabbit hole will soon become a black hole without a bottom. Bonds cost money to hold, cu
Last week's trading witnessed gold forming both its high and low for the week in Tuesday's session, here doing so with the tag of the 1546.10 figure first - before spiking down to a low of 1488.90. From there, an sideways-to-up consolidation was seen to end the week
Maecenas was a well-known benefactor in Rome for Horace and others. His name has come to mean benefactor, in many languages called a mecenate. The loss of a benefactor can be very serious for anyone on the receiving end of his alimonies. For a century, the world
Last week's trading saw gold forming its low early in the week, here doing so in Monday's session with the tag of the 1448.80 figure. From there, a straight short higher was seen into Wednesday, with the metal running all the way up to a peak of 1522.70 - before con
History is full of mad leaders from the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar, the Roman Emperor Caligula to many English and French kings as well as modern examples. But the question is if we have ever had such a mad world as today. Globally, ethical and moral values have van
Last week's trading saw gold holding weaker into Thursday's session, with the metal dropping all the way down to a low of 1412.10 (December, 2019 contract). From there, however, a sharp rally was seen into Friday, here running all the way up to a peak of 1461.90 - b
It is not difficult to understand Cassandra’s enormous frustration. She was given the gift of accurately predicting important events and her curse was that no one would believe her. Some of us are certain that we can now see the biggest bubbles in economic history c
Last week’s trading saw gold holding weaker into Wednesday's session, here dropping down to a low of 1401.30 (August, 2019 contract). From there, a slingshot back to new highs for the larger swing was seen into Friday's session, with the metal running all the way up
Both Gold and the Dow Index have in recent times made significant bull market signals. The Dow in 2016 when it broke out of a rising resistance line: The breakout was 17 years after the Dow/Gold Ratio peak, just like it did in 1982. Also, the breakout came a f
The gold market held in a sideways consolidation pattern last week, with the metal forming its low in Tuesday's session with the tag of the 1387.50 figure (August, 2019 contract). From there, higher prices were seen into Thursday, here spiking all the way up to a hi

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