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Bob Hoye

Bob Hoye

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • The Next Recession Has Started

    Published 20 May 2005 | viewed 17,295 times

    Synopsis: With the concept "Peak Oil" being such a fad these days, it was tempting to call this review "Peak Commodities And Earnings". This is…

  • Real Men Trade the Long Bond

    Published 16 May 2005 | viewed 7,391 times

    The U.S. Treasury intends to resume issuing long-dated treasuries. So far as managing the funded debt goes, this is a sound step. It will lock…

  • Gold: Contra-Cyclical Opportunity?

    Published 29 April 2005 | viewed 5,832 times

    According to thorough technical analysis, the gold sector seems to have reached a significant low. This is complete with measurable signs of capitulation selling and…

  • ChartWorks - Gold

    Published 21 April 2005 | viewed 10,679 times

    Below is a commentary originally posted by Institutional Advisors on 18th April 2005: Gold - Pattern Requirements for a Significant Low are in Place -…

  • Speculative Blowouts: Commodities Now

    Published 26 March 2005 | viewed 8,422 times

    The action in commodities has become an irresistible bubble. This enjoys similar convictions to those fully expressed in the tech mania that blew out in…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 20 March 2005 | viewed 7,782 times

    Originally published March 16,2005. Sign Of The Times: "Best of All Possible Worlds? Bond Buyers Crave Yield and Show No Fear" - New York Times,…

  • ChartWorks: Interest Rate Markets - A Profound Change

    Published 17 March 2005 | viewed 7,962 times

    Technical observations of RossClark@shaw.ca "The fiscal history of Latin America ... is replete with instances of governmental default. Borrowing and default follow each other with…

  • A Rally for the Buck?

    Published 04 January 2005 | viewed 4,429 times

    Barron's - Monday, December 20, 2004 These forecasters expect a dollar comeback, but they also see a flight to safety -- including gold - By…

  • Princely Finance and Taxation

    Published 11 December 2004 | viewed 3,582 times

    One would have hoped that financial rip-offs committed by medieval princes would have been permanently shelved when liberal enlightenment ended the divine right of kings.…

  • Interest Rates

    Published 11 December 2004 | viewed 3,576 times

    The Long Bond has been frustrating. On one hand, it has been a modest player with all of the hot speculations. But it couldn't accomplish…

  • Anyone for Armageddon?

    Published 30 November 2004 | viewed 3,624 times

    Of course, the shorter Oxford Dictionary defines "Armageddon" as "the site of the last decisive battle on the Day of Judgement; hence, a final contest…

  • Political and Monetary Reform

    Published 13 November 2004 | viewed 4,898 times

    The following is taken from an address to the Committee For Monetary Research & Education, Inc., October 28, 2004. Financial history and libraries are never…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 13 October 2004 | viewed 3,134 times

    Following is an excerpt from Pivotal Events published October 7, 2004 by Institutional Advisors. INTEREST RATES The Bond Future: The September 30 "Investors and traders…

  • Pivotal Events

    Published 02 October 2004 | viewed 15,654 times

    Following is an excerpt from Pivotal Events published September 23, 2004 by Institutional Advisors. "Too much prosperity makes men greedy and desires are never controlled…

  • How a Currency Can Fight the Fed

    Published 01 April 2004 | viewed 3,879 times

    At a time when the Fed has promised and threatened to depreciate the currency and when everyone knows that China is going to buy commodities…

  • Inflation, Disinflation and Deflation

    Published 23 June 2003 | viewed 4,352 times

    There are far too many inadequate impressions about deflation going around. A policy culture dedicated to "stimulation" through forced credit expansion with the attendant currency…