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Market Comments from Jerry Williams – Mar. 14, 2014

What a difference a month makes! Market sentiment on gold has moved from 100% negative to 60% negative among investment advisors. For technicians, a breakout to the upside has occurred with closing prices over $1,330, which now becomes a support level. The next area of upside resistance is now $1,460. … Readmore

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Market Comments from Jerry Williams – Feb. 13, 2014

IF SOMETHING CAN’T LAST FOREVER, IT WON’T  While the rest of the world is focused on the latest jobs report or unemployment numbers, our view from an investment perspective is that none of that matters. A far more serious issue, affecting our dollar and our government’s credibility, is the status … Readmore

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Market Comments from Jerry Williams – Jan. 3, 2014

It’s time to assess the metals markets after a brutal performance last year with losses on gold from $1,674 to $1,202.30 and silver from $30 to $19.37, the worst performance in 30 years and the first losing year for gold in 13 years. Every rally held hope for a price … Readmore

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WHITHER GOLD by Anthony Humpage, Rich Dad Education

CAUTION DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this commentary is investment advice.  If I knew with certainty what any financial market was going to do tomorrow, next week or next year, I would no doubt be sitting in some idyllic spot, enjoying a drink with fruit and a small umbrella in it. Sadly, … Readmore

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WHITHER GOLD by Anthony Humpage, Rich Dad Education

CAUTION DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this commentary is investment advice.  If I knew with certainty what any financial market was going to do tomorrow, next week or next year, I would no doubt be sitting in some idyllic spot, enjoying a drink with fruit and a small umbrella in it. Sadly, … Readmore

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Market Comments from Jerry Williams – 09/19/13

The Fed has decided not to taper their quantitative easing policy.  The reasoning was because their goals have not been achieved, so we can look forward to more stimulus until the unemployment rate reaches 6.5%. This news was not well received by foreign dollar holders, but the stock market reacted … Readmore

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The Demise of Money and Credit

This is an excerpt from an article by Lewis E. Lehrman we wanted to share. “Central banks worldwide, led by the U.S. Federal Reserve, mint new money ceaselessly to bail out insolvent governments, insolvent banks, and insolvent but politically powerful corporations and labor unions.  This new money goes first to … Readmore

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