Sell in May and Go Away? Not this Year: Frank Holmes

Frank Holmes, CEO and chief investment officer of U.S. Global Investors and a keynote speaker at the New York Hard Assets Conference May 14–15, explains why he believes the old expression “sell in May and go away” is not the advice to follow this year. He counsels investors to look to global stock . . . → Read More: Sell in May and Go Away? Not this Year: Frank Holmes

An Oil and Gas Play-by-Play: Chen Lin

Chen Lin isn’t one for doom-and-gloom prophecies, nor is he particularly interested in energy-related political squabbles. As the title suggests, the publisher of What Is Chen Buying/Selling? is first and foremost a trader, and he’s booked the profits to prove it. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, the ever practical Lin . . . → Read More: An Oil and Gas Play-by-Play: Chen Lin

Indicators Predict Gold Trend to Continue: John LaForge

Many forces influence the gold markets today, sometimes producing confusing indicators of what may lie ahead. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, John LaForge, commodity strategist at Ned Davis Research Inc., talks about the numerous and sometimes not-so-obvious factors that he considers in his research and how they influence the gold . . . → Read More: Indicators Predict Gold Trend to Continue: John LaForge

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

Gold, Silver Heading Up: Roger Wiegand

Roger Wiegand, editor of Trader Tracks, says cycles will bring gold and silver higher in the first half of 2012: gold up to $2,050/oz and silver up to $44/oz or even $50/oz. He sees plenty of opportunities for volatility given the political and economic situation in the U.S. and the EU. In this exclusive . . . → Read More: Gold, Silver Heading Up: Roger Wiegand

Solid BitCoin Consolidation Finally Bears A BitCoin Breakout

Few assets are as volatile as BitCoins have been. Over the past 365 days they have ranged from about $0.05 to over $30. After a solid consolidation BitCoins have now broken out and the next upleg appears to have appeared with a 35% rise in the past 10 days.

BitCoin makes this . . . → Read More: Solid BitCoin Consolidation Finally Bears A BitCoin Breakout

Ron Struthers: Timing the Gold Market

Every investor knows that it’s hard to time the market. But Ron Struthers, editor of Struthers’ Resource Stock Report and a 25-year investment veteran, has been able to weave his way in and out of the market with aplomb this year. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Struthers tells what he’s . . . → Read More: Ron Struthers: Timing the Gold Market

Matt Badiali: The Case for Gold Price Manipulation

As a geologist by training, it’s no surprise that S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali takes a data-driven approach to investing. In this exclusive Gold Report interview, he shares calculations for trailing stops and strategies to take profits with prospect generators and points to the signs of gold price manipulation.

The Gold . . . → Read More: Matt Badiali: The Case for Gold Price Manipulation

Brien Lundin: Look to History to Profit from Gold

Gold in the Carolinas? “Absolutely,” says Jefferson Financial President and CEO Brien Lundin, who also publishes the Gold Newsletter. It’s just one region where historic discoveries, ignored when gold prices were low, are now being re-examined with modern exploration techniques. The results, he says, are promising. Learn more about his take on the . . . → Read More: Brien Lundin: Look to History to Profit from Gold

Who is Voting for a Correction Then?

The signs are clear; risk is overloved, overbought and overextended but does this necessarily spell the inevitable correction?

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Since Augsut 2010 the SPY has barely touched its 50 day moving average. Indeed, it has stayed well clear of it. Those, like yours truly, who . . . → Read More: Who is Voting for a Correction Then?