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Boris Sobolev

Boris Sobolev

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Systemic Financial Crisis and Its Implications for Gold

    Published 06 April 2008 | viewed 2,882 times

    The cyclical bear market in equities, which is around 6 months old, is still far from being over. Problems caused by the real estate bubble,…

  • What is Behind This Sharp Correction in Gold

    Published 23 March 2008 | viewed 3,961 times

    This is an excerpt from the Resource Stock Guide Newsletter posted on March 22, 2008. What caused such a vicious correction in commodities which took…

  • A Bailout Model

    Published 16 March 2008 | viewed 2,873 times

    This is an excerpt from a Resource Stock Guide Newsletter posted on March 16, 2008. There was a lot of volatility in the markets last…

  • Crowds Still Not Rushing Into Gold

    Published 02 March 2008 | viewed 4,026 times

    In any bull market, it is important to continuously reassess the situation, recheck assumptions, and track investors' sentiment. With the gold bull market now in…

  • Why Juniors are Underperforming

    Published 18 February 2008 | viewed 2,912 times

    Risk aversion is now the prevailing sentiment for investors in the stock and credit markets. Credit spreads are growing across the board. As just one…

  • IMF Sales Don't Change Anything

    Published 10 February 2008 | viewed 3,282 times

    Today, weak banks with damaged balance sheets pose the greatest threat to economic expansion. In response to the evolving financial system crisis, the Federal Reserve…

  • 3rd Phase of Gold Bull Market

    Published 23 January 2008 | viewed 4,642 times

    With the financial system crisis looming around the world, the gold bull market is starting to enter into its third phase. On the chart below,…

  • When Will the Juniors Finally Begin to Rally?

    Published 14 January 2008 | viewed 3,723 times

    The Large Cap Party With gold knocking on $900 per ounce, most gold stock indices are making large advances despite an overly bearish sentiment on…

  • Where is the Best Place to Be Invested Now?

    Published 09 January 2008 | viewed 4,248 times

    Major Changes Apparent in Investors' Behavior 1. Gold - The Strongest Currency Gold is making new highs in practically every currency in the world. A…

  • Optimistic Outlook after Two Years of Failing Rallies

    Published 17 December 2007 | viewed 4,385 times

    Gold/silver stock indices experienced another severe correction (averaging 17%) from the top set in early November. As a result, there is the threat of returning…

  • Junior Mining Company Credibility in Question

    Published 02 December 2007 | viewed 3,278 times

    Many resource investors had expected they would be able to retire when gold reaches its all-time high of $850. It appears that few, if any,…

  • It Was Short and Shallow

    Published 20 November 2007 | viewed 4,633 times

    We believe that the correction in the precious metals related stocks in now close to an end, which is apparent on the chart below. It…

  • This Time Its Different!

    Published 12 November 2007 | viewed 6,527 times

    Last week's large decline in equities was largely attributed to new evidence of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) losses faced by major banks. The size of…

  • Is There Danger in this Gold Run?

    Published 05 November 2007 | viewed 4,715 times

    While many market observers are waiting for a correction, gold is pushing relentlessly higher. After it powered through $700/oz, pullbacks on gold became short and…

  • How to Find Value in Gold Stocks

    Published 24 October 2007 | viewed 3,504 times

    Mining companies go through a series of stages from listing on a stock exchange to becoming a producer. A chart of a successful mining stock…

  • Where's Gold Headed Next?

    Published 16 October 2007 | viewed 3,674 times

    Gold has been showing exceptional strength in the last couple of weeks despite a number of factors that could have caused a significant pullback. For…

  • A Group of Gold Stocks Poised to Shine Again

    Published 07 October 2007 | viewed 3,558 times

    At a time when a dramatic August correction on gold stocks has almost been forgotten, the junior mining and exploration companies continue to lag behind.…

  • Shorter Term Outlook for Gold Stocks

    Published 16 September 2007 | viewed 3,686 times

    The general market and gold stocks have been behaving very well in anticipation of the next week's Fed cut. We expect that after the coming…

  • Deflation Anxiety and Gold

    Published 09 September 2007 | viewed 3,615 times

    The stock market did not have time to come back to its senses before the "R" word started to dominate the discussions (see What the…

  • What the "R" Word Brings to Gold

    Published 27 August 2007 | viewed 6,542 times

    Market Talk What are the major concerns on the Street today? Market analysts are starting to pronounce "recession," that nasty "R" word once again. But…