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Brady Willett

Brady Willett

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Katrina and the Waves

    Published 06 September 2005 | viewed 4,517 times

    The giant waves Hurricane Katrina has sent through the global financial markets - like roads less traveled - will make all the difference for the…

  • Gold Walks The Line

    Published 15 July 2005 | viewed 5,316 times

    Why focus on the fundamentals impacting a market when it is market movements that impact the fundamentals? August Gold reached $444.20 on June 23 and…

  • Commercial's Seek Hiding Dollar Bear

    Published 02 June 2005 | viewed 5,707 times

    "The US dollar is still doomed and the price of gold is still in an uptrend. However, ominous COT configurations and seasonal forces suggest that…

  • As Greenspan Bids Adieu, Say Hello to Uncertainty

    Published 18 May 2005 | viewed 5,626 times

    One phrase or word from the second most powerful man in America, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan, can send the global financial markets into…

  • Beware The Commercial Pounce

    Published 22 April 2005 | viewed 4,416 times

    Since the beginning of COT (March 1995), the commercials have only held a net short position as a percentage of open interest of more than…

  • Like A Lead Balloon

    Published 02 March 2005 | viewed 6,006 times

    What Is And What Should Never Be Contrary Investor recently published an excellent overview of the U.S. consumer price index (CPI). Not only does this…

  • Gold Proves Its Mettle

    Published 15 February 2005 | viewed 4,408 times

    "Although gold is clearly nearing another buy target (April gold closed today at $415.90 and gold's 200 DMA is around $412), it is only a…

  • Ritual Slaughter?

    Published 19 January 2005 | viewed 3,151 times

    The cost of saving the dollar is to sacrifice U.S. asset bubbles Peter Eliades, editor of the newsletter Stockmarket Cycles, noted in early 2005, "We…

  • The Brave Owners of Barrick

    Published 10 December 2004 | viewed 2,775 times

    Strange but true: ABX is up by nearly 50% over the last 7-quarters, but Barrick is earning less money today (per ounce) than it was…

  • The Yongding Factor

    Published 30 November 2004 | viewed 2,446 times

    Overnight Fears On Friday November 26, 2004 the Shanghai-based China Business News quoted monetary policy committee member, Yu Yongding, as saying that China had cut…

  • What Time Is It?

    Published 16 November 2004 | viewed 3,291 times

    The holiday delayed COT numbers were released yesterday. As anticipated, and reflecting the nearly $10 rally in gold for the week ended November 9, net…

  • Marveling At Mania Like Tendencies

    Published 08 November 2004 | viewed 2,921 times

    Last week Mary Meeker said that an internet boom is underway, Harry Dent received more coverage on his latest 'I am a superbull' book, Joe…

  • Dollar Daze Give Gold Commercials Sleepless Nights

    Published 22 October 2004 | viewed 2,763 times

    On Monday the U.S. Treasury Department reported that net foreign capital flows into the United States were $59 billion in August, down from $63 billion…

  • Bulls Beware: Coca-Cola's Stock Price Not Done Being Mauled

    Published 17 September 2004 | viewed 13,309 times

    When New Coke threatened to replace what is now called 'Coca-Cola Classic' people protested, holding up signs saying "Our Children Will Never Know Refreshment". Nearly…

  • Another Look At Intel

    Published 04 September 2004 | viewed 3,138 times

    In December 1997 you could have purchased Intel for 18 times unexpensed historical earnings. Today you can purchase Intel for 18 times unexpensed historical earnings.…

  • FASB's Ineptness "Exposed"

    Published 26 August 2004 | viewed 3,494 times

    How can the investor accurately diagnose financial health if part of a companies heart (i.e. the balance sheet) is concealed from view? By using off-balance-sheet…

  • Beware of $400 an Ounce

    Published 10 August 2004 | viewed 2,723 times

    Following the weaker than expected payrolls report the dollar was pummeled and gold and silver rallied. Given that the Fed may not be able to…

  • The Maestro Speaks

    Published 22 July 2004 | viewed 2,614 times

    If the Fed fails to acquire a lot more ammo before the US economy reaches recession and/or before an unexpected financial crisis arises, the Fed…

  • FASB May Crack. Sinclair already has

    Published 01 July 2004 | viewed 2,346 times

    More Time For What? On the topic of expensing, FASB Chairman Robert Herz says that, "We may need more time. We are hearing people say…

  • Is Hertz a Zero or a Hero?

    Published 17 June 2004 | viewed 2,624 times

    Used sensibly unexpensed stock options are a unique form of compensation that can attract talent. Used sensibly expensed stock options are also a unique form…