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David Chapman

David Chapman

Union Securities

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

David Chapman is a director of Bullion Management Services the manager of the Millennium BullionFund.

  • Forecast 2004

    Published 15 December 2003 | viewed 2,404 times

    T'is the season to be jolly and jolly this past year has been. As one pundit declared that if you didn't make money in 2003…

  • Precious Metals Have Been the Place To Be

    Published 01 December 2003 | viewed 3,682 times

    It sometimes feels like it has been a big secret that over the past three years the place to have been invested is in the…

  • Beginning of the End

    Published 25 November 2003 | viewed 3,267 times

    It was not a good week. I do suppose that some of us might find amusement in the fact that the target of the Bush…

  • Confessions of an Unrepentant Bear

    Published 14 November 2003 | viewed 3,143 times

    I confess to being bear. An unrepentant bear. But being a bear is only on the broader market. On gold I am a bull. And…

  • The China Colossus

    Published 03 November 2003 | viewed 4,408 times

    The world is in the process of a paradigm shift. China has 1.2 billion people and sometime in the next few decades they will undoubtedly…

  • Final Top

    Published 27 October 2003 | viewed 2,950 times

    From the lows in March 2003 to the highs in June 2003 the markets put on an impressive show. The S&P 500 gained 25.8%, the…

  • The End of the US Dollar?

    Published 18 October 2003 | viewed 3,585 times

    With the introduction of the new peach-toned $20 bills is the US signalling the end of the greenback? Well certainly the greenback, which has been…

  • The End of Oil

    Published 06 October 2003 | viewed 4,954 times

    What would a world without oil look like? While posing what seems to be a preposterous question it is one that we all may have…

  • Debt Illusion!

    Published 26 September 2003 | viewed 3,998 times

    We live in a world of illusion. With all due respect to magicians, illusionists and Hollywood techno wizardry our biggest illusion seems to be debt…

  • Lights out - part 2

    Published 15 September 2003 | viewed 3,145 times

    With the US Dollar once again beginning a breakdown, gold breaking out and the market continuing the roll over pattern we have been witnessing for…

  • The Market That Won't Die!

    Published 08 September 2003 | viewed 3,024 times

    The bull market that had its beginnings back in October 2002 keeps trudging higher. Indeed to the consternation of many bears it is becoming a…

  • Lights Out!

    Published 29 August 2003 | viewed 3,589 times

    Being on holidays for two weeks with only limited access to newspapers, cell phone and internet certainly allows one not only a holiday breather but…

  • Bond Massacre!

    Published 30 July 2003 | viewed 4,557 times

    Since topping on June 13, 2003 the US Treasury Bond market (and Canada's) has taken one of its swiftest drops ever. In barely seven weeks…

  • Gold Stocks - Buying Opportunity Ahead!

    Published 17 July 2003 | viewed 3,426 times

    For gold bugs the past year has been one of frustration. After enjoying a spectacular run in 2002 into May when the TSX Gold Index…

  • Whither Japan!

    Published 07 July 2003 | viewed 2,722 times

    Japan has broken out on the charts. Indeed it broke out about 7 weeks ago. So why are we so belated in telling everyone about…

  • Looming Mortgage Crisis!

    Published 25 June 2003 | viewed 3,262 times

    Freddie and Fannie have suddenly found themselves at the center of a quietly growing storm. Freddie of course is the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation…

  • Irrational Exuberance Revisited!

    Published 11 June 2003 | viewed 2,517 times

    "But how do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values, which then become subject to unexpected and prolonged contractions as they have…

  • Where Are We?

    Published 02 June 2003 | viewed 3,580 times

    Investors have been a pretty battered lot. Since the stock market topped in 2000 it has been extremely difficult for even the best money managers…

  • Slowly Unravelling!

    Published 27 May 2003 | viewed 2,721 times

    We can't help but notice that in our last few missives we have consistently talked about the unravelling of the US$. And numerous other pundits…

  • Dollar Woes!

    Published 15 May 2003 | viewed 3,337 times

    As a Canadian, the phrase "dollar woes" has, over the past decade, referred to the Canadian Dollar. And it has been justified. In November 1991…