Archives for December 2011

Stock Market Is Not Physics: Part IV

The following series is excerpted from two classic issues of Robert Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist. Although originally published in 2004, the valuable series has been re-released in the Independent Investor eBook, along with over 100 pages of … [Read more...]

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Stock Market Is Not Physics Part III

The following series is excerpted from two classic issues of Robert Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist. Although originally published in 2004, the valuable series has been re-released in the Independent Investor eBook, along with over 100 pages of … [Read more...]

The Stock Market Is Not Physics: Part II

The following series is excerpted from two classic issues of Robert Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist. Although originally published in 2004, the valuable series has been re-released in the Independent Investor eBook, along with over 100 pages of … [Read more...]

Are You Tempted to Sell, or Eager to Buy?

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research It wasn't a fun week for gold. By the close on Friday, the metal was down 6.7% (based on London PM fix prices), the biggest weekly decline since September. It got downright irritating when the mainstream media … [Read more...]

The Stock Market Is Not Physics: Part I

The following series is excerpted from two classic issues of Robert Prechter's Elliott Wave Theorist. Although originally published in 2004, the valuable series has been re-released in the Independent Investor eBook, along with over 100 pages of … [Read more...]

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What Gold Supply Crunch?

By Louis James, Casey Research We have reported on changes in global gold demand, from booming investment demand in Asia to European and US debt concerns that have re-solidified gold's long tenure as the ultimate safe-haven asset for turbulent … [Read more...]

The ABCs of Re-hypothecation in Gold and Securities Markets: What You Need to Know

By Kevin Brekke, Casey Research A new polysyllabic term has entered the Wall Street lexicon and is sweeping through the investing world like a brush fire through a dry canyon: "hypothecation." With its connection to the MF Global bankruptcy and … [Read more...]

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European Union Agreement: Good or Bad for the Dow Industrials?

Did European Union leaders make the sovereign debt crisis "go away" last week? Not even close. What they did agree on is tougher budget rules: "...17 countries of the euro zone...agreed to run only minimal budget deficits in the future and … [Read more...]

Gold Stocks: Still a Bargain

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research We've been saying since September that gold producers are undervalued, and here are some data that show just how extreme the undervaluation is. The following chart measures the stock prices of major and … [Read more...]

Pullbacks in Perspective

By Jeff Clark, Casey Research If you're bullish about the long term for gold and silver, it's mouthwatering to watch them undergo a major correction after taking earlier profits that added to your deployable cash. For a little historical … [Read more...]