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Adam Brochert

Adam Brochert

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Markets and cycles are my new hobby. I've seen the writing on the wall for the U.S. and the global economy and I am seeking financial salvation for myself (and anyone else who cares to listen) while Rome burns around us.

  • Gold In the Hands of the Public

    Published 23 December 2009 | viewed 3,493 times

    According to Adolf Hitler: "Gold in the hands of the public is an enemy of the state." I wonder what he meant by this? Was…

  • The Dollar Is Going Up - Get Out of Gold!

    Published 21 December 2009 | viewed 4,931 times

    Certain old market adages just don't seem to go away and are perpetuated by novice investors who seek to find some meaning in markets and…

  • Paper Currencies - Trampoline Jumping

    Published 16 December 2009 | viewed 2,772 times

    Watching the national paper fiat currencies rising and falling relative to one another can be interesting, but it is misleading for many of those who…

  • Gold Is a Bubble

    Published 04 December 2009 | viewed 9,747 times

    The calls grow louder and louder each trading day if one listens to the financial news. And I am starting to realize they may be…

  • Global Gold Bull

    Published 02 December 2009 | viewed 2,871 times

    Does anyone remember how so called Gold experts (like Jon Nadler over at Kitco.com) were recently saying that the move in Gold wasn't meaningful because…

  • Gold Miners Making More Money?

    Published 30 November 2009 | viewed 2,431 times

    Mining is a tough business and profits are rarely easy to come by. I learned the concept of the "real" price of Gold from Bob…

  • Bearish Visions

    Published 28 November 2009 | viewed 5,787 times

    There are, in my opinion, some extremely strong warning signals being sent out by the markets right now. Every time we delay the inevitable by…

  • Gold Versus the State

    Published 26 November 2009 | viewed 3,443 times

    It really is a war of this proportion. It really is the Gold holder versus "The State" when there is a paper fiat currency system…

  • Perspective in a World Gone Economically Mad

    Published 24 November 2009 | viewed 4,736 times

    Since up is down and left is right in an anchorless fiat currency world, one must keep a perspective on things. As a Gold investor,…

  • Real Estate - Getting Worse

    Published 18 November 2009 | viewed 4,618 times

    Though I am sure the National Association of Realtors has some statistic indicating that higher real estate prices are "right around the corner" (as they…

  • Silver - About to Explode?

    Published 17 November 2009 | viewed 3,636 times

    Most Gold bulls are silver bulls. The 1970s is the reason why and because inflation that occurs when a secular commodity bull cycle is in…

  • It's About Gold, Not Inflation or Deflation

    Published 13 November 2009 | viewed 3,583 times

    Gold's getting ready to have a short-term correction if it didn't start today. Trying to game short-term corrections in a raging bull market is a…

  • GDXJ - Welcome to the Party!

    Published 11 November 2009 | viewed 3,742 times

    The Junior Gold Miner ETF (ticker: GDXJ) from Van Eck Global is now in business. Though I have a problem with putting larger silver miners…

  • Gold Stock Peak and the Dow to Gold Ratio

    Published 05 November 2009 | viewed 3,359 times

    I firmly believe in the concept of the Dow to Gold ratio to guide my longer term investment decisions. I also believe that for this…

  • Gold Miners Versus the SP - Gimme A Break!

    Published 03 November 2009 | viewed 2,585 times

    Ratio charts help keep things in perspective for me. Until my "great awakening" regarding long term investment cycles, I thought everyone just bought and held…

  • Gold: Cause For Alarm

    Published 30 October 2009 | viewed 4,190 times

    The paperbugs need to fear the future. It is coming. It is inevitable. It is not gloom and doom, it is not guns and food…

  • Junior Gold Mining Stock List

    Published 25 October 2009 | viewed 4,048 times

    I have created a junior Gold Miner stock list/index for my own use and thought I would share it for those who may be interested.…

  • Gold Against the Dow - The Forest

    Published 22 October 2009 | viewed 2,638 times

    Those who have read my rants are probably tired of hearing about the Dow to Gold ratio, yet my realization of the significance of this…

  • Paperbugs

    Published 20 October 2009 | viewed 16,420 times

    It is now time for the tables to turn once again. It is now time for the paperbugs to take their medicine. It is now…

  • Gold Technicals - Wow!

    Published 11 October 2009 | viewed 3,527 times

    If you're not into technical analysis, you're not into it. I understand. Drawing squiggles on a chart seems like reading tea leaves to many. I…