Elliott wave predits $32659 gold on 16 Jan 2015

Nick from Sharelynx with help from Geoff S has put together an Elliott Wave theory prediction using ‘The Golden Mean’ & ‘Fibonacci Sequences’ to arrive at the future price of gold. Click here for the chart.

It predicts the next peak as $3,559 in Jan 2013 with an eventual peak of $32,659 gold on . . . → Read More: Elliott wave predits $32659 gold on 16 Jan 2015

Energy Investing in Saskatchewan: Tom MacNeill

Tom MacNeill doesn’t have to go far to find the most unique early-stage energy companies to invest in. The President and CEO of Saskatchewan-based investment firm 49 North Resources, MacNeill is bullish on his own backyard, and says of the province’s resources, “You name it, we’ve got it.” In this exclusive interview with . . . → Read More: Energy Investing in Saskatchewan: Tom MacNeill

More On The Ethics of Receiving Government Benefits

From Think Markets:

In addition Mr. Krugman cites evidence suggesting large percentages of Social Security and Medicare beneficiaries are confused about their use of these government programs. They don’t seem to think they’re getting handouts.

Maybe that’s because they’re in fact not getting handouts. As they were reminded every time they looked at their . . . → Read More: More On The Ethics of Receiving Government Benefits

Economic Events on February 22, 2012

The Mortgage Bankers’ Association purchase index will be released at 7:00 AM Eastern time, providing an update on the quantity of new mortgages and refinancings closed in the last week.

At 7:45 AM Eastern time, the weekly ICSC-Goldman Store Sales report will be released, giving an update on the health of the consumer through . . . → Read More: Economic Events on February 22, 2012

Working Hard in the Garden

Thanks for the article from Laura Ryan

I worked in the garden all day yesterday. I was trying to clean out all of the winter nastiness because I heard that we were having an early spring. I raked and hauled off leaves, pulled vines, tended the soil, and picked up an trash that had . . . → Read More: Working Hard in the Garden