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Bob Hoye

Bob Hoye

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • The Last Hike (or your worst nightmare)

    Published 31 May 2006 | viewed 8,462 times

    Despite the long history of interest rates soaring so long as a boom is on and then plunging with the consequent contraction, the street used…

  • So What's New?

    Published 30 May 2006 | viewed 4,393 times

    Bull markets generate new issues and great bull markets inspire new investment tools. As this one blossoms, it is generating new descriptions as well as…

  • Perspective on Gold and Silver

    Published 26 May 2006 | viewed 7,478 times

    No matter how shocking, violent, bloody, embarrassing, or expensive a major reversal is, within two weeks there is no one who didn't make the call.…

  • Energy Manias

    Published 18 May 2006 | viewed 6,469 times

    Concerns about the looming oil shortage are intense. It seems that most people from Wall Street to Main Street to those in government are worried…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 16 May 2006 | viewed 6,898 times

    The following in an excerpt from a www.institutionaladvisors.com May 11 report to subscribers. Signs Of The Times: "At 44% the percentage of "distressed" junk bonds…

  • Silver Exchange Fund (SLV) on AMEX

    Published 02 May 2006 | viewed 6,682 times

    Trading Opportunity Long SLV : Short Silver Producers Technical observations of RossClark@shaw.ca. Now that the Silver ETF is trading, we can look forward to more…

  • Why Bull Markets Go Up Forever

    Published 13 April 2006 | viewed 6,540 times

    The following piece documents the remarkably similar reasons why the bull markets of 1929 and 2000 were unique and should run forever. Despite this reasoning…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 11 March 2006 | viewed 9,382 times

    The following article is extracted from Pivotal Events, published for subscribers on March 9th. Signs Of The Times: "If long-only fund returns begin to diminish,…

  • Real Men Trade the Long Bond

    Published 09 February 2006 | viewed 5,942 times

    Thursday's auction will mark the resumption of issuance of longer-dated treasuries. It is worth a general comment, particularly as the coupon is expected to be…

  • Greenspan's Retirement (Updated)

    Published 03 February 2006 | viewed 7,289 times

    "If the bubbles collapse, we can always take it down." The accolades have become, well, rather inflated. Have they been deserved and, if not, what…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 21 January 2006 | viewed 7,949 times

    The following Pivotal Events was available to subscribers of Institutional Advisors on January 18, 2006. Signs Of The Times: "Selling Stampede Shuts Tokyo Stock Exchange"…

  • Princely Finance and Taxation

    Published 20 December 2005 | viewed 4,761 times

    Annual Christmas Editorial (This includes a Christmas incident and is dedicated to all "false moneyers".) One would have hoped that financial rip-offs committed by medieval…

  • Gold Exploration: The Contra-Cyclical Bull Market is Starting

    Published 14 November 2005 | viewed 6,071 times

    "Bell, book and candle shall not drive me back, when gold and silver becks me to come on." - William Shakespeare The action over the…

  • ChartWorks - Stock Market

    Published 20 October 2005 | viewed 6,483 times

    Below is a commentary extracted from ChartWorks on 17th October 2005. • Thursday's edition of Pivotal Events concluded that the stock market decline could take…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 18 October 2005 | viewed 6,942 times

    Signs Of The Times: "Europe Catches Deal Fever" "Value of M&A Activity in 2005 is Likely to Exceed $1 Trillion" "Racing to Levels Close to…

  • Globalization?

    Published 13 October 2005 | viewed 5,140 times

    Following is a speech to the Committe for Monetary Research & Education at the CMRE Fall Dinner Meeting, Thursday, October 6, 2005 in New York…

  • Euphoria! Sudden Loss of Liquidity?

    Published 27 August 2005 | viewed 7,270 times

    Great rushes of market euphoria have inevitably been followed by sudden loss of bids, overall liquidity, as well as the discovery that financial concerns have…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 05 August 2005 | viewed 7,154 times

    Stock Market Overview Some would think that the real driver for the stock market is the discovery that the economy is in the perfection of…

  • Peak Credit?

    Published 14 July 2005 | viewed 11,110 times

    Credit forces always trump great speculative visions and the world is fast running out of speculative credit. "Measured by the increase in asset values over…

  • Gold: The Contra-Cyclical Bull Market is Starting

    Published 16 June 2005 | viewed 8,340 times

    "Bell, book and candle shall not drive me back, when gold and silver becks me to come on." - William Shakespeare The action over the…